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We’re over the halfway mark of the NFL season as Week 10 approaches. We now have a clear picture of what teams are, what their identities are, and what flaws they may or may not have.
This should help us create parlays, which we’ve done below.
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The Steelers' bye week couldn’t have come at a better time. They last played against the Philadelphia Eagles on the road and got blasted 35-13. This week, they’re back at home against a Saints team that’s coming off a loss at home against the Baltimore Ravens but scored 24 or more points in each of the three previous games.
Both teams have some trouble in the secondary. Still, the Saints have an excellent weapon in Chris Olave to take advantage of the Steelers and run back Alvin Kamara.
Olave is averaging six targets per game and likely draws a matchup with new cornerback William Jackson III, who the Steelers brought in at the trade deadline.
Jackson allows over 84% of his targets to be caught across four games.
The Steelers offense has looked inept. They’re 2-6 on the year and have scored more than 20 points since Week 2 against the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime.
Since that game, they’ve hit 20 points twice and are averaging 11.5 points in their last two games.
Again, the Saints have holes in their secondary. Still, it’s hard to bank on Kenny Pickett taking advantage of that, especially with almost no run game.
The story around the NFL this week revolves around Bills quarterback Josh Allen. In their loss to the New York Jets, Allen sprained his UCL, a ligament in his elbow.
He hasn’t practiced this week, so there’s a chance he could sit this one out. Of course, with that, you may need to adjust this bet, but against the Vikings and coming off a loss, you know the Bills will look to get Allen going.
Their defense is strong enough alone to help take on this Vikings offense. However, they do have several assets, including wide receiver Justin Jefferson.
The Vikings will put up points on offense, but their defense hasn’t helped them this year en route to their phenomenal record.
The defense is surrendering the sixth-most passing yards per game at 257 and over 111 rushing yards.
With Allen’s injury, this could be a great spot to get running back Nyheim Hines involved on wheel routes and screen passes. However, you know that wide receiver Stefon Diggs will want to put up some points against his former team.
Look for this spread to drop to three points with the injury news.
The Texans have performed quite well against the pass this year, allowing just 217.5 passing yards per game, but they’re the worst regarding the run. The Texans allowed a league-high 180.6 yards per game and going against the Giants that’s not a good stat to own.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones isn’t exactly breaking any passing records, with his highest passing total this year at just 217 yards. Over the past three weeks, he’s averaging well under 200 passing yards per game.
Expect the Giants to run Saquon Barkley early and often in this one at home and ride him to a victory.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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