For the second week in a row, 10 underdogs covered the spread. Seven of them won straight-up in Week 9, including two double-digit dogs.
Here’s an ATS rankings breakdown for all 32 teams heading into Week 10:
Jordan Love’s performance against the Chiefs showed us just how valuable Aaron Rodgers is to this team. They’ll get a shot in the arm when Rodgers returns.
Week 10: (-3.5) vs. Seattle Seahawks
All good things must come to an end. Denver held Dak Prescott to a 48.7% completion rate and upset the Cowboys 30-16 to tarnish Dallas’ perfect record against the spread.
Week 10: (-8.5) vs. Atlanta Falcons
Kliff Kingsbury is the new odds-on favorite for coach of the year after beating the Niners without Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins.
Week 10: (-10) vs. Carolina Panthers
Defensive end Jeffery Simmons leads the NFL with 42 QB pressures and was in Matthew Stafford’s face long enough on Sunday night to conduct a “60 Minutes” interview.
Week 10: (-3) vs. New Orleans Saints
Indy ran for 260 yards against the Jets. That’s 42% of New York’s rushing total for the entire season.
Week 10: (-10.5) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Their loss to the Jaguars was the ugliest 6-9 you’ll ever see.
Week 10: (-13) at New York Jets
Russell Wilson is back under center after missing just three games with a ruptured tendon in his finger.
Week 10: (+3.5) at Green Bay Packers
Justin Herbert broke out of his two-game slump to throw for 356 yards and two touchdowns against the Eagles. He’ll get to face a Vikings defense sans Harrison Smith.
Week 10: (-2.5) vs. Minnesota Vikings
The Pats are rolling but their top two running backs are in concussion protocol.
Week 10: (-1.5) vs. Cleveland Browns
Javonte Williams had the first 100-plus yard rushing game of his career on Sunday and has forced 35 missed tackles on 95 carries.
Week 10: (-2.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Four Browns players have tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
Week 10: (+1.5) at New England Patriots
New York ran the ball 31 times and threw just…