Week 10 of the NFL season signals that we've passed the halfway point and if last week was any indication, there is still much to be determined before the playoffs arrive.
Week 10 could potentially clear a few things up, starting in the AFC South where Indianapolis and Tennessee kick things off on "Thursday Night Football." A win by the Titans would increase their lead in the division while a victory by the Colts would tighten things up.
On Sunday, Tampa Bay will try and rebound from Sunday night's embarrassing home loss to New Orleans on the road against Carolina. The Panthers showed last week they are a scrappy bunch as they gave the Chiefs all they could handle before eventually succumbing. Other early games find Cincinnati trying to hand Pittsburgh its first loss of the season while Philadelphia can get back to .500 and increase its lead in the NFC East with a road win over the Giants.
A busy late-afternoon slate is highlighted by the Seahawks and Rams meeting in Los Angeles with first place in the NFC West on the line, while Buffalo will match up against Arizona. The aforementioned Saints also look to extend their winning streak to six in a row when they host the battered 49ers.
Then on "Sunday Night Football," Lamar Jackson and Baltimore head to Gillette Stadium to face Cam Newton and New England. The Patriots snapped their four-game losing streak by coming from behind to beat the Jets on Monday night and a win against the Ravens would be a big boost to their playoff hopes. Week 10 concludes with a classic NFC North rivalry as Minnesota and Chicago face off in the Windy City on "Monday Night Football."
So which teams will come out on top in every NFL game in Week 10? Athlon's own Rob Doster (@AthlonDoster) and Ben Weinrib (@benweinrib), along with AthlonSports.com contributor Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer), predict the winners for every game this week:
NFL Week 10 Predictions
Teams on bye: Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City, New York Jets
Houston at Cleveland
Washington Football Team at Detroit
Jacksonville at Green Bay
Buffalo at Arizona
Denver at Las Vegas
Los Angeles Chargers at Miami
^Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia in Week 3 ended in a tie.