Here are Jack Green's NFL predictions for the 10th Sunday of the season, which make up an 8/1 four-fold.


Cleveland Browns to beat Houston Texans

Cleveland are in with a chance of making the postseason this year thanks to their 5-3 record, and they can strengthen their chances with a win over the disappointing Texans.

Houston have had a poor season and are 2-6, with both of their wins coming against the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Browns are coming off a bye week, and the extra time off should mean that star running back Nick Chubb returns just in time to face a Texans defence that has allowed the league’s second-most rushing yards.

Philadelphia Eagles to beat New York Giants

The Eagles should also benefit from having last week off, with star running back Miles Sanders set to return to the line-up for this game against the Giants.

After a poor start, the Eagles have won their last two games to take control of the NFC East, with one of those victories coming over the Giants in week 7.

New York are 2-7 – with both wins coming against the 2-6 Washington Football Team – and their offense has scored the league’s second-fewest points per game.

Miami Dolphins to beat Los Angeles Chargers

The Dolphins have been the surprise of the season so far, with a four-game winning streak pushing their record to 5-3.

Miami beat the Cardinals 34-31 last week, with rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa looking excellent in his second NFL start, and they now rank inside the top 10 in both points scored and points allowed this season.

The Chargers were beaten by the Raiders 31-26 last Sunday meaning they’re now 2-6 for the season, and their habit of losing close games means they can’t be trusted against a Dolphins team on the rise.

Seattle Seahawks to beat Los Angeles Rams

The Seahawks were beaten 44-34 by the Bills last week and have now lost two of their last three games, but they are still 6-2 for the season and are worth backing to bounce back against the Rams this week.

Los Angeles are coming off a 28-17 defeat to the Dolphins in which quarterback Jared Goff struggled badly, and they have now lost two of their last three.

The Rams have benefitted from a kind schedule so far this season, and the Seahawks – who have a huge advantage at quarterback with Russell Wilson playing at an MVP level – may be the best team they’ve played to date.


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