NFL Picks Week 10 2021: Bet These Underdogs to Win

NFL Picks Week 10 2021: Bet These Underdogs to Win

Last week was a banner week for underdogs. There were major upsets all over the NFL schedule, leaving fans stunned. Big teams like the Cowboys and the Rams, both fell victim to the upset. Will that trend continue this week? Our NFL Picks Week 10 2021 have uncovered two underdogs that will win. We have a full list of great picks, underdogs that will win, and teams that will absolutely cover this week.

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The Philadelphia Eagles Will Win

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts is improving on a weekly basis. His bond with wide receiver Davonte Smith has carried over to the pros and Smith scored last week. Denver is at home and after upsetting the Cowboys, the sports betting public believes that this will be an easy win. So why are the Broncos only a small favorite? Broncos QB Teddy Bridgewater is great as an underdog but just 3-6 ATS as a favorite. In fact, the Broncos are just 4-10-1 ATS as a home favorite and that signals a play on the Eagles.

Eagles +1.5 and +105


The Minnesota Vikings Will Win

The Vikings do not get the credit that they deserve. Despite the drama around Dalvin Cook, this is a well-coached team that plays great football on a weekly basis. One can argue that the Vikings should be favored in this game. Minnesota has the better defense and the better special teams. The Chargers are the worst team in the NFL against the run and that will allow the Vikings to keep the ball away from QB Justin Herbert and the Chargers offense. The Vikings are an incredible 32-16-1 ATS after a loss under Mike Zimmer and 7-3 ATS in the last ten games as an underdog. The Chargers are 5-11-1 ATS as a home favorite and they don’t have the defense to defeat the Vikings.

Vikings +3 and +145


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