NFL Week 10 has arrived and we’ve got the most up to date props on the market.
The week starts with the Seahawks looking to make up for an embarrassing Week 9 fumble (they blew the lead in the final seconds) against the Redskins, as they hit the road to take on the Arizona Cardinals. Things get even more interesting as the downright pathetic 0-9 49ers opened as favorites against the also dismal (but not winless) New York Giants while the also laughable 0-8 Cleveland Browns also seek their first win of the season against the Detroit Lions.
But it’s not all about repairing reputations in Week 10, with solid betting match-ups that include the Saints (6-2) who will be visiting the undefeated-at-home Bills (5-3), the Vikings (6-2) who are on the road to meet the Redskins (4-4), the Cowboys (5-3) meeting the Falcons (4-4), and Tom Brady and the Patriots against the Denver Broncos with one of the bigger spreads (7.5-points at press) in the week. All games above (and the rest) will have a full slate of lucrative props to get in on.
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Most Up to Date NFL Week 10 Prop Bets for the 2017-18 Season
Will Kirk Cousins Record 2 or More Passing Touchdowns?
Will LeVeon Bell Record a Touchdown in 1st or 2nd Quarter?
WIll Antonio Brown Record 100 or More Receiving Yards?
Will Marcus Mariota Pass for Over 225 Yards?
Will DeMarco Murray or Derrick Henry Record a Touchdown in 1st or 2nd Quarter?
Will Mark Ingram Record a Touchdown?
Will The Cleveland Browns Throw a 1st or 2nd Quarter Touchdown Pass?
Will Kirk Cousins Pass for Over 260 Yards?
Will DeAndre Hopkins or Will Fuller Record a Touchdown?
Will Dak Prescott Pass for Over 250 Yards?
Will Matt Ryan Pass for Over 275 Yards?
Will Tom Brady Throw an Interception?
EXPIRED (from Thursday Nov 9/2017)
Will Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor or Shaquill Griffin Record an Interception?
Yes (+350) / No (-500)
Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman each dropped easy interceptions and rookie cornerback Shaquille Griffin was pretty vocal about letting his team down in Seattle’s unexpected loss to the Redskins last week. The trio will be firing on all cylinders in Week 10 to make up for their lackluster performances.
Will Russell Wilson Record 2 or More Passing Touchdowns?
Yes (-160) / No (+130)
Wilson threw two TDs, including one in the final two-minutes, in his team’s loss to the Redskins last week. Against one of the worst defenses (Arizona Cardinals) in the NFL this season, he should not have a problem putting this prop in the “yes” column here in Week 10.
Will Russell Wilson Record 25 or more Completions?
Yes (+130) / No (-150)
With Russell Wilson and the Seahawks out to take the top spot in the NFC West against a dismal defense you can expect them to make an example out of the Arizona Cardinals.
Will Russell Wilson Throw an Interception?
Yes (-150) / No (+120)
Wilson’s Week 9 second-quarter interception against Washington looked eerily similar to the pick he threw to Patriots CB Malcolm Butler at the end of Super Bowl XLIX. While it doesn’t sting quite as much, he won’t be making that mistake again in Week 10, will he?
Will Paul Richardson Record More than 50 Receiving Yards?
Yes (+110) / No (-140)
Paul Richardson put up career-high receiving numbers (105 yards) in the Seahawks’ Week 8 win over the Houston Texans. Richardson also caught all three of his targets (but for just 41 yards) in Seattle’s 17-14 loss to the Redskins. He’ll likely land somewhere between the yardage accumulated over the last two games, so 50+ looks like a good bet.
Will Drew Stanton Pass for Over 225 Yards?
Yes (+160) / No (-200)
The backup QB had his first start in more than a year against the 0-9 San Francisco 49ers in Week 9, were he threw 15 of 30 for 201 yards and two touchdowns. Make no mistake, he is looking to make the best of his time in place of Carson Palmer and will be looking to chip his way to a starting position, especially if Palmer doesn’t return (one day) 100% to form.
Will Adrian Peterson Record 75 or More Rushing Yards?
Yes (+220) / No (-300)
Peterson also made the best of his time against the laughing stock 49ers in Week 9. The Cardinals running back eclipsed 12,000 rushing yards during Sunday’s game against San Francisco, going down in history as one of only four players in NFL history to have reached the milestone in as many games (130). He wants more.
Will Larry Fitzgerald Record a Touchdown?
Yes (+250) / No (-330)
Cardinals running back Larry Fitzgerald has 99 career rushing touchdowns and will move into seventh place all time with one more. He’ll be on the hunt and his team will feed him where viable. Bet on history folks!
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