Blazing 5: Colin Cowherd Gives His 5 Best NFL Picks For Week 10 (Nov. 15)


Blazing 5: Colin Cowherd Gives His 5 Best NFL Picks For Week 10 (Nov. 15)

Blazing 5: Colin Cowherd Gives His 5 Best NFL Picks For Week 10 (Nov. 15)

Blazin' 5: Colin Cowherd Gives His Five Best NFL Bets For Week 10 (November 15th)

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Last Week's Blazin' 5 record: 1-4

2020 Blazin' 5 record: 20-24-1

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Bucs at Panthers (SPREAD: TB -6)

“Pretty easy one here, folks. Tampa -6, I’m all over it. Great teams or good teams with good players that get humiliated on national TV are almost always good the next week. Tampa was humiliated and is going to be totally focused. By the way, Tom Brady is 0-2 against the Saints, but he’s 6-1 against everybody else this year. In his career, 20 times after ‘bad games’ he’s not only won, but covered the spread in 15 of them. The Bucs defense still forces the most turnovers in the league, and are tied for the most interceptions. The Panthers are a fun story but there’s a reason why they’ve lost four straight games. They’re not that good, and Christian McCaffrey is not going to play. Tampa Bay will bounce back after being rolled, Bucs win and cover, 33-23.”

Colin's pick: Tampa Bay -6

Eagles at Giants (SPREAD: PHI -3.5)

“This is one of my favorite picks of the week. Like it? I LOVE IT. Giants +3.5, I think they’re going to win straight up. I’d bet money line, and maybe I already have. ‘But it’s after a bye for the Eagles!’ Doug Pederson has had 4 with the Eagles and he’s 1-3. He’s not one of those coaches who is great off byes. Carson Wentz is the most hit and sacked quarterback in the NFL, and has the most giveaways. He does get a little healthier this week with some guys coming back, but the Giants are 5-1 against the spread in their last 6 games, the best in the NFL. The bettors haven’t caught onto them. They’re a good football team, not great, but they’re good. The Giants over Washington last week was their best performance of the year. Their defense has forced 15 turnovers this year, only Tampa Bay’s has got more. The Giants this morning are a better team than Philadelphia. They win straight up, but I’ll take the points too, 23-21, Giants.”

Colin's pick: New York +3.5

Chargers at Dolphins (SPREAD: MIA -2.5)

“What happens when something is random and then it becomes a trend? I like Miami -2.5 points. What’s happened to the Chargers is now a trend. They are not well-coached at the end of games. They are 1-6 in one possession games this year, and they were bad in one possession games last year. Their two wins have come over the Bengals and Jags, who are a combined 3-12-1. Tua looked really good last week, and that’s the thing about this team. We know the Dolphins defense is good, they have one or more takeaways in 14 straight games, second longest stream in the league. But do you know their offense this year is top 10 averaging 28 points? We don’t realize that this is not just about their defense, which we acknowledge. Brian Flores’ defenses are good, but they are scoring 28 points a weekend too. I don’t trust the Chargers late in games, and there’s a big coaching edge to the team that is at home, Miami. Dolphins win it 26-20. I think it’s going to be a wildly entertaining game, but I’m betting on the better defense, the home team with better momentum, and a big coaching edge to the Dolphins.”

Colin's pick: Miami -2.5

Seahawks at Rams (SPREAD: LAR -2.5)

“A lot of people like Seattle, but I like the Rams -2.5 and here’s why. Jared Goff is 24-5 in his career when you sack him once or less. Seattle has no pass rush. Translation? Jared Goff will be comfortable. Translation? He WINS when he’s comfortable. The Rams defense is actually the story. The Rams are second in the NFL in points allowed and yards allowed, and are second in yards per play allowed. It’s a real defense and Aaron Donald has given Seattle fits. He’s got 12 sacks in 12 games against Russell Wilson, his most sacks against any offense. He has sacked Russell Wilson more than any other quarterback and Russell Wilson is hard to get. Why? Aaron Donald dominates Seattle’s interior offensive line. Sean McVay, a coach who is good off byes, gets extra prep, the Rams are healthier, and oh by the way, they’ve won 4 of their last 5 games against Seattle. I like the healthy, rested Rams, 32-26.”
Colin's pick: Los Angeles -2.5

49ers at Saints (SPREAD: NO -9.5)

“This is my favorite pick of the week, I LOVE the Niners +9.5, and it’s up to 10 in some spots. First of all, do you think THAT’S the Saints? The Saints hadn’t played that well in 2.5 to 3 years. They’re NOT going to look like that coming off a huge divisional win against Tom Brady. The Saints will come back down to earth. The 49ers still have a lot of good players, and after getting humiliated by Green Bay on Thursday Night Football with a little extra time with Kyle Shanahan? I like them. Here’s a little stat for you; the Niners are 5-1 against the spread the last two years when they had a rest advantage. Translation – Kyle Shanahan with extra prep is excellent. You can say ‘What about Nick Mullens??’ He has a 91 passer rating. In Vegas, they think Nick Mullens is about a point and a half less than Jimmy Garoppolo, and Garoppolo wasn’t playing well, and wasn’t effective. This is also the 49ers' season this week. I like the Saints to win close, but I love 9.5 or 10 if you can get it, 28-23, Saints.”

Colin's pick: San Francisco +9.5

***All point spreads are provided by Fox Bet, and Colin locks in his bets with the current spread at that very time on Friday at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT