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NFL Week 10 schedule: 5 best games this weekend

The NFL Week 10 slate is here, and these five games are the ones you need to make sure you clear the schedule for.

5. Denver Broncos at Tennessee Titans (-2.5)

The Broncos are trying to get something going out of their bye week. Before getting its break, Denver beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Now, another AFC South opponent and a beat-up one at that with a litany of Tennessee star defenders listed out. The Titans are the better team, but their health is bad enough — no Jeffery Simmons, Amari Hooker, Zach Cunningham and others — that Denver could make a push. This is a huge, huge game for the Broncos.


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4. Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins (-3.5)

Really interesting game here. The Dolphins are the better team and they’re at home, but the Browns can run the ball and keep Miami’s high-octane offense off the field. Cleveland isn’t going to shut down the Dolphins’ attack with Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle capable of breaking the game open at any point, but the trick will be Miami’s struggling defense stepping up and making some plays.

3. Dallas Cowboys (-4.5) at Green Bay Packers

The Packers are to their breaking point. Green Bay has to find a way to break through and end its five-game losing streak, or it’s time to start breaking out draft talk at Lambeau Field. Conversely, the Cowboys are 6-2 and trying to keep pace with the unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles, who have a two-game lead in the NFC East. On Sunday, it’s time to find out whether the Packers are worth talking about going forward.


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2. Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers (-7)

Sunday night should be a good one with two California teams getting together. The big question here is whether the Chargers can stop the run at all. If they can’t, look for the Niners to hand off repeatedly to Christian McCaffrey while sprinkling in Deebo Samuel on an assortment of carries. For Los Angeles, quarterback Justin Herbert will need to beat one of the league’s best defenses without his top two receivers in Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.

1. Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills (-3)

Is Josh Allen playing? That’s been the question around the Bills and this contest all week, after Allen was injured in the fourth quarter against the New York Jets last weekend. However, there’s more than just Allen on Buffalo’s injury report including edge rusher Greg Rousseau, safety Jordan Poyer, corner Kaiir Elam and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. Can Minnesota run its winning streak to seven games?

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