NFL Week 10 Opening Lines
Most of the point spreads for Week 10 in the NFL have hit the board. Here's a look at the most intriguing matchups.
Broncos @ Saints, 1:00PM ET
Led by Drew Brees and the No. 2 scoring offense in the NFL, the Saints are one of the hottest teams in the league. Following their 41-23 win over the 49ers as a 5-point favorite, New Orleans has rattled off five-straight wins and will now get to test itself versus what should be an angry Denver team on Sunday. According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Saints opened as 1-point favorites but the line has already moved up to 1.5. As for the total, the number opened at 48 and has been bet up to 48.5.
Falcons @ Eagles, 1:00PM ET, Sunday
At 6-3 the Falcons are in sole possession of first place in the NFC South but the Saints and even the Panthers are still on their heels. A win on Sunday in Philadelphia would go a long ways to helping Atlanta avoid a second half collapse like it suffered last season under Dan Quinn. The Falcons, who are also looking to pick up one more win more heading into their bye week, are currently 1-point road underdogs versus the struggling Eagles, who have dropped four of their last five.
Chiefs @ Panthers, 1:00PM ET, Sunday
Kansas City is quietly having another excellent season under Andy Reid despite injuries mounting again on both sides of the ball. The Chiefs will find themselves as an underdog against the Panthers this Sunday, as they're currently listed at +3. Carolina might be getting ready for a second-half surge after beating Arizona and Los Angeles in back-to-back weeks. The Panthers put themselves in a hole to start the season but they could quickly climb out of it if they can get on a hot streak.
Seahawks @ Patriots, 8:30PM ET, Sunday
The Sunday Night Football matchup is outstanding, with Tom Brady and the Patriots hosting Richard Sherman and the Seahawks in a rematch of the 2015 Super Bowl. New England opened as a 6.5-point favorite but the line has already been moved up to either 7 or 7.5 depending on which sports book you view. As of this writing, the Seahawks have yet to play their Monday night game versus the Bills, so the line could move again after tonight.