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NFL Betting 2022: Week 10 spread picks to bet before lines move

East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) reacts after dropping a pass during the first half against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

• Bet the Philadelphia Eagles‘ first-half spread (up to -8): While this didn't hit last week, the Eagles are still a dominant first-half team by most metrics.

• Take the Dallas Cowboys (-4.5): The Packers are riding a five-game losing streak and lost a handful of key players to injuries this past week.

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Editor's Note: Betting lines are accurate as of post-Sunday Night Football.


Philadelphia Eagles 1H (line not out, playable up to -8) vs. Washington Commanders

Why to bet:

The Eagles may not have covered their first-half spread in Week 9 against the Houston Texans, but we are going back to the well with them this week against the Commanders. The Eagles still field the No. 1 offense and No. 1 defense in expected points added per play in the first half of games this season. Meanwhile, the Commanders rank 30th and 12th, respectively.

A strong defensive line spearheads the Commanders' defense, but even that unit might not have the edge against the Eagles' offensive line, widely considered a top group. Where Washington does struggle is in the secondary, and Philadelphia's pass-catching trio of Dallas Goedert, Devonta Smith and A.J. Brown are perfectly suited to take advantage of that. The Vikings' top three pass-catchers combined for 252 yards against the Commanders in Week 9, and we could see a similar result for the Eagles.

Philadelphia will be also coming off a mini bye week, which will give them the rest advantage in this game. Being at home in a divisional matchup atmosphere should also help them early in this game.

Why to be wary:

The Eagles' run defense looked fairly poor against the Texans in Week 9 (without standout rookie Jordan Davis), and the defense now ranks 29th overall this season in that facet. However, the Commanders are not a team likely to take advantage, as they rank in the bottom six in various rushing metrics on offense.


Teaser: Seattle Seahawks (+7.5) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Denver Broncos (+8.5) @ Tennessee Titans

Why to bet:

Quarterback Geno Smith and the Seahawks have a better offense than quarterback Tom Brady and the Bucs. Just let that sink in for a hot second. In a game being played in Germany, we believe Seattle head coach Pete Carroll will provide the sage preparation needed to have his side ready to go compared to Tampa Bay, which has shown poor decision-making from a coaching perspective all season.

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