NFL tips: Our 11/2 four-fold for Week 10
Three NFC South teams feature in Jack Green's NFL tips for Sunday night's action, with odds boosted to 11/2.
If you had put £10 on all of Jack Green's boosted NFL tips this season, you would be £170 in profit by now. Here are his picks for Week 10.
New Orleans Saints to beat Cincinnati Bengals
The Saints handed the Los Angeles Rams their first loss of the season last week, meaning New Orleans’ seven-game winning streak is now the longest active run in the NFL.
Drew Brees and the Saints’ offense put up 45 points in that victory, taking their 2018 average to 34.9 points per game, while their defence has stepped up over the last few weeks by holding four of their last five opponents to under 25.
The best all-round team in the league should add another win to their record against the Bengals, who have lost two of their last three games and are struggling with injuries.
Atlanta Falcons to beat Cleveland Browns
Firing head coach Hue Jackson made little difference for the Browns last week, as they lost 37-21 to the Kansas City Chiefs under interim head coach Gregg Williams.
Cleveland lost four on the spin, and they now face a Falcons team on a three-game winning streak.
Atlanta are one of the best offensive teams in the NFL, and they should rack up the points on Sunday given that the Browns have conceded 33.5 per game over their last four.
Indianapolis Colts to beat Jacksonville Jaguars
Expect the Colts to come out on top in this meeting of divisional rivals coming off a bye week.
Indianapolis have won their last two games 37-5 and 42-28, with quarterback Andrew Luck in sensational form after his comeback from a shoulder injury that forced him to miss all of last season.
He’ll surely outscore the Jaguars, who have averaged 11.5 points over their last four games, all of which they lost.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to beat Washington Redskins
The Buccaneers kept it close against a really good Carolina Panthers team last week, and they should earn their first win in three weeks against the Redskins on Sunday.
Washington started the season well, but they’ve been hit hard by injuries in the last couple of weeks and lost to the Falcons last weekend.
With three of their starters on the offensive line certain to miss this week’s game and another limited in practice, it’s hard to see Washington keeping pace with a dynamic Tampa Bay offense.
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