PRINCETON, NJ – Week 9 of the #NFL season offered up some upsets that even a shady Hedge Fund Manager would never bet on. Week 10 continues that pattern as the Miami Dolphins baffled Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. Personally, I stayed away from a few of the games, such as Denver bullying Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. Anyway, start with with my picks for NFL Week 10.
New Orleans at Tennessee: Trevor Siemian gets the start despite Taysom Hill’s return to game action. The Saints will undoubtedly be pulling out a bunch of tricks from Sean Payton’s bag to compete with the Titans. The defenses for both teams will a key factor in this one. Mike Vrabel is one tough dude and his team plays as hard as anyone. Look for the Titans to grind out a win in a close game. Titans 21 Saints 17
When the Browns take on the New England Patriots, Bill Belichick will have his game plan ready to go. I think the Browns will struggle as The Covid stick hits them sending Nick Chubb to the quarantine box . Mac Jones will be running from Myles Garrett, Clooney and company. This leads us to Baker Mayfield up against Dr. Evil’s sinister tricks. Against all common sense, I’m going with the Browns. Browns 28 Patriots 24
Dak Prescott was horrible last week. The Cowboys obviously looked past the Broncos and got stomped. Here comes Matt Ryan and his new best friend Cordarrelle Patterson looking to continue their good fortune against a very beatable Cowboys team. Dallas needs to get back on track and dominate the time of possession to win this one. And they will. Cowboys 35 Atlanta 30
The Philadelphia Eagles suck this year. The Broncos are psyched after the upset in Big D. If the Denver Defense can play half as well as they did last week, the Eagles will continue their season to remember. Broncos 24 Eagles 21
And in a few other games…
Bills 38 Jets 17
Colts 24 Jaguars 21
Tampa Bay 30 Washington Football 17
Cardinals 21 Panthers 10
Packers 27 Seahawks 21
After reading yesterday’s offering, I will indeed explain why the USA Men’s Soccer players celebrated with the #ShushingSign.You see, Mexico leads CONCACAF in smack talk. Historically, they have owned the US squad on the pitch however, this year they are now 0-3 versus the American men. Prior to the game, the Mexicans were yapping about the USA team therefore, when goals were scored it was game on. There are thousands of Mexico fans at these games, so they are invited to shut their mouth as well… Rivalry!
Chime in with your smack talk and by all means stop back tomorrow for a former Rochester Rhino’s top prospect, Junoir Blaber.