By the time we get to Week 10 of the NFL season every year we mostly know which directions teams are heading… and if the public knows, you better believe that the best offshore sportsbooks accepting American players also know and set their lines accordingly. Throughout 2019 we’ve seen tons of mismatches popup on the schedule and there seems to be a wider divide this year between the “very good” and the “very bad” with not as many teams floating around the middle of the standings.
Case in point, the Saints look to be ready to make a deep run into the playoffs while division rival Atlanta is limping towards the offseason with only one win under their belts thus far. It’s no surprise then this matchup has the largest spread on the board with the Falcons getting two touchdowns at +14, but if you like New Orleans to cover bet at Intertops since they have a smaller number posted of 13½. Everywhere has a moneyline of +535 for the Falcons and the Over / Under set at 51 so there’s no value to be found for those particular items.
The second-biggest Underdog for Week 10 is of course the Miami Dolphins, fresh off of their win against the hated Jets. The line is firmly set at 11½ points at all of the top betting websites, which is a fairly large number considering we won’t know if Jacoby Brissett is playing until a few minutes before kickoff. Sure Miami is terrible but getting 11½ against a Brian Hoyer led squad seems a little outrageous. Getting down on the visiting Dog here might be worth a look.
Now we get to the best NFL value bet for the weekend courtesy of the division tilt between Baltimore and Cincinnati. Most places have the Bengals listed at +10 but you can get them at +11 at the MyBookie Sportsbook, making it a ridiculously amazing wager. As we always like to point out, getting an extra full point when gambling on football spreads is something the “experts” always do and over time, this type of action yields profits. Entire novels have been written about it but we’ll save you the time and just say: go grab Cincy +11 and thank us later.
The only other value on the board is also at the aforementioned MyBookie as they have Green Bay at -5 as they host Carolina instead of the -5½ all of their competitors have decided on. A half point obviously isn’t as good as a full point but we’ll take it all the same. So after a couple of dry weeks we finally have some juice to squeeze out of our football wagers in the hopes of making the holiday season a little merrier.
In closing, we’d like to say a special “Thank You” to all of the men and women of the Armed Forces who make the world a safer place for all. We are forever grateful for your service.
Good luck to all and may the “Double Doinks” bounce your way…