NFL Week 10 Look-Ahead Lines: Cowboys Favored In Green Bay

Written By Mo Nuwwarah on November 4, 2022
NFL Week 10 look ahead lines

NFL Week 10 look-ahead lines are out. An age-old NFC rivalry highlights the slate, and it may surprise some to see the Cowboys favored on the road against the Packers.

Every week, usually on Friday, TheLines will post look-ahead lines from FanDuel Sportsbook and DraftKings Sportsbook. These look aheads give an early snapshot of the current market opinions of teams absent the week-to-week bias that can take hold following weekend results.

NFL Week 10 Look-Ahead Lines

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Game
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(EST)
Falcons At Panthers
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Falcons -1.5
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Falcons -1.5 (-112)
Seahawks at Buccaneers
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Buccaneers -2.5
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Buccaneers -2.5 (-115)
Texans at Giants
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Giants -6
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Giants -6
Browns at Dolpins
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Dolphins -5.5
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Dolphins -4.5
Lions at Bears
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Bears -1.5
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Bears -2.5 (-108)
Saints at Steelers
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Saints -2.5
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Saints -3 (-106)
Jaguars at Chiefs
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Chiefs -9.5 (-115)
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Chiefs -9.5 (-115)
Broncos at Titans
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Titans -2
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Titans -1.5
Vikings at Bills
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Bills -9.5
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Bills -9.5
Colts at Raiders
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Raiders -3.5
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Raiders -3.5
Cowboys at Packers
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Cowboys -3 (+100)
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Cowboys -2.5 (-115)
Cardinals at Rams
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Rams -3
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Rams -3
Chargers at 49ers
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49ers -4
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49ers -3.5 (-114)
Commanders at Eagles
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Eagles -10.5
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Eagles -10.5

Week 10 NFL Primetime Games

Thursday Night Football Odds

These two teams just met a couple of weeks back, with a wild finish that saw that Falcons squeak out a win after the Panthers hit a Hail Mary then missed a chip shot field goal in overtime. Both teams have difficult assignments for Week 9 with the Falcons hosting the Chargers (off a bye) and the Panthers heading to Cincinnati to play the Bengals. If the PJ Walker ascendancy continues against a tough (albeit injured) Cincy defense, one could easily see this line shifting to Panthers as short favorites. They’d likely have to win as sizable dogs, but Walker has been crushing the market so far with an outright win against the Buccaneers and nearly another as a shorter dog to the Falcons.

Sunday Night Football Odds

More than anything, the health of these two teams figures to drive the direction of this market, particularly with the 49ers off in Week 9. The Niners have numerous key players on ice including Nick Bosa and Deebo Samuel. Those are market movers for sure. The Chargers, meanwhile, continue to soldier on without their top two wide receivers in Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. Both look unlikely to play after failing to log a practice as of Thursday. Their returns would significantly boost this offense but hoping for an Allen return is like waiting for the Chiefs to lose the AFC West. Don’t hold your breath and you’ll be fine. Niners backers may as well wait in case this drops to -3.

Monday Night Football Odds

The Eagles didn’t have the most dominating effort on Thursday Night Football against the Texans. So, only a Commanders win at home against the Vikings seems likely to move this, and it would move closer to Eagles -10 in that case. That said, the Eagles thoroughly dominated the Commanders on the road back in Week 3, holding them to eight points. Taylor Heinicke does seem to bring a different approach at QB though. He’s been more willing to attack downfield and feed Terry McLaurin. Shockingly, good things have happened. The Washington defense also adds Chase Young to the mix when he’s ready, potentially as early as Week 9, and that may move the needle as well.

MORE POTENTIAL WEEK 9 IMPACT ON WEEK 10 LOOK-AHEAD LINES

Seahawks At Buccaneers

The Buccaneers draw a pretty good Week 9 spot, coming into the game against the Rams on extra rest while the Rams take a long trip across the country with a banged up squad. Even ironman Cooper Kupp looks to be operating at less than 100%. Should they put on a dominating performance, a move past -3 seems more than reasonable against a Seahawks team that has drawn market skepticism all year. Consider that even after outperforming the Cardinals all season including beating them soundly at home, the market has the two teams rated roughly equally heading to Week 9. Any poor performance on their part seems sure to move the market as well.

Cowboys At Packers

Market love for the Cowboys has seemed to hit a fever pitch. The team has reached 6-2 against the spread (ATS) with the past two covers coming by double digits against the Lions and Bears. Micah Parsons has dominated to the point he is favored over the field for Defensive Player of the Year. Such has market opinion swung on these teams that the Packers have gone from -4 in the preseason line to now home underdogs. The Cowboys are off this week, but the Packers have a matchup against the lowly Lions. If they can put together a dominating win, we could see Packers -1, but the Cowboys a more solid -3 favorite could also happen if the Packers continue to scuffle.

HOW TO USE NFL LOOK-AHEAD LINES

The look-ahead lines allow you a sneak peek at the projected lines for the following week’s games. This information from a leading online sportsbook will help provide lessons in understanding lines and projections before the current week’s games are played.

Many bettors tend to overreact to the previous week’s scores and results. The NFL Week 10 look-ahead lines provide a sense of stability from the oddsmaker. They sometimes offer a clear, unbiased snapshot of perceived team strength.

Bettors can also gain an edge or find value in the lines once the weekend results take hold. See if you can find any over- or under-reactions by the market.

Of course, always take note of key injuries, travel and scheduling situations, and NFL power rankings. Making adjustments is part of the process, along with accounting for teams’ strengths, weaknesses, against-the-spread angles and personnel matchups.

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Mo Nuwwarah got his start in gambling early, making his first sports bet on his beloved Fab Five against the UNC Tar Heels in the 1993 NCAA tournament. He lost $5 to his dad and got back into sports betting years later during a 15-year run in the poker industry. A 2011 journalism graduate from Nebraska-Omaha, he combines those skills with his love of sports and statistics to help bettors make more informed decisions with a focus on pro football, baseball and basketball.

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