Week 10 NFL picks: Broncos-Chiefs and all others

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Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (-13)

This will be an absolute killing. Detroit (1-7) can’t get out of this season and a bunch of bad contracts fast enough. Green Bay (6-2) is coming off two consecutive losses and is going to want to crown the Lions. This will be over by halftime.

Pick: Green Bay 41, Detroit 10

Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles (-7)

Look for Philadelphia (4-4) to come in and play like total garbage. On the flip side, Miami (3-5) is all but guaranteed to play like complete trash for the better part of four quarters. I don’t trust either one of these teams to do anything.

Pick: Philadelphia 26, Miami 21

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4.5)

I’m rolling with the upset here. Cleveland (2-7) is not a good team but Pittsburgh (5-4) is likely without Ben Roethlisberger and certainly down Le’Veon Bell. The Steelers are not going to score many points without Roethlisberger running the show. If Josh McCown plays, the Browns win.

Pick: Cleveland 24, Pittsburgh 16

Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams (-9)

St. Louis (4-4) had a chance to get firmly entrenched in the playoff picture with a win over the Vikings, but couldn’t seal the deal. The Rams should rebound at home against a feisty Chicago (3-5) team, mostly because of a great defensive front.

Pick: St. Louis 19, Chicago 13

Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1)

Dallas (2-6) is starting Matt Cassel. Tampa Bay (3-5) is not. Also, Jerry Jones is a creep and a clown. Really? Still paying Greg Hardy? He should be kicked out of the league for being an idiot.

Pick: Tampa Bay 27, Dallas 17

Carolina Panthers (-4.5) at Tennessee Titans

Carolina (8-0) is absolutely for real. I still don’t think Cam Newton is a good quarterback, but Ron Rivera is a good head coach and the defense is great. On the other hand, Tennessee (2-6) is not good.

Pick: Carolina 23, Tennessee 10

New Orleans Saints at Washington Redskins (EVEN)

New Orleans (4-4) sustained a brutal loss at home last week to the previously one-win Titans. It stands to reason that Drew Brees is going to shred Washington (3-5) who can’t defend too much talent.

Pick: New Orleans 31, Washington 23