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NFL pick ‘em: Week 10 predictions


Tonight kicks off Week 10 of the NFL regular season, with a game between the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins on the NFL Network, which means it is time to roll out our latest set of picks and predictions.

Entering the week, Bryan Rose has a one-game lead over Patrick Allen in the standings, while Mike Dyce and I attempt to close the gap. Here is how we currently stand:

Bryan Rose: 87-45
Patrick Allen: 86-46
Mike Dyce: 82-50
Josh Sanchez: 77-55

This week’s picks have split the panel more than any other time this season, so we could see a few mix ups in the standings as we gear up for the final stretch of the season.

How will the FanSided editorial team fair in Week 10? Here are our predictions for this week’s games:

NOTE: Panel includes VP of content Patrick Allen, Editor-in-Chief Josh Sanchez, Editor Mike Dyce and Assistant Editor Bryan Rose

Game

Patrick

Dyce

Rosa

Sanchez

WAS @ MIN

vikings

redskins

vikings

redskins

JAX @ TEN

titans

titans

titans

titans

BUF @ PIT

steelers

steelers

steelers

steelers

OAK @ NYG

giants

giants

giants

giants

STL @ IND

colts

colts

colts

colts

SEA @ ATL

seahawks

seahawks

falcons

seahawks

CIN @ BAL

bengals

bengals

bengals

bengals

DET @ CHI

lions

lions

lions

bears

CAR @ SF

49ers

panthers

49ers

panthers

HOU @ ARI

texans

texans

texans

texans

DEN @ SD

broncos

broncos

broncos

broncos

DAL @ NO

saints

cowboys

saints

saints

MIA @ TB

dolphins

dolphins

bucs

bucs

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