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NFL Week 10 totals: 5 games destined to go over

Looking at the NFL Week 10 totals for Sunday’s tilts, there are some looking ripe to go over. Here are five good picks to choose from.

5. Buffalo Bills at New York Jets (47.5)

The Bills are coming off a six-point effort against the Jacksonville Jaguars, so expect the offense to bounce back in a major way. Buffalo has scored 30 points a litany of times including against the Kansas City Chiefs, Washington Football Team, Miami Dolphins and Houston Texans. The Bills are capable of doing so this week, and with the Jets getting some garbage-time points, this should be an over.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts (47.5)

Indianapolis had its best offensive showing of the year last week, beating the Jets with a 45-point explosion. While the Jaguars are capable of getting some pressure on the quarterback, this is still one of the worst defenses in the league. Carson Wentz should shred the secondary in what is a must-win game for Indy. Meanwhile, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is going to see a banged-up defense trying to stop what will likely be a catch-up passing attack. Something like 31-21 feels right.

3. Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Chargers (53.5)

This has a case for being the top choice, but it lands No. 3 on the list. Minnesota has an offense that should thrive against the Chargers, with Dalvin Cook’s rushing prowess and a pair of quality receivers in Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen against a hurting corner group. Conversely, Justin Herbert is an elite quarterback facing a middling pass rush with bad corners behind it. We might see this total exceed 60.

2. Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers (49.5)

The line has to contend with Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson, both of whom are facing bad defenses. Seattle has one of the league’s worst secondaries both in talent and results, and Green Bay is healthy with Rodgers at the controls, and the trio of Allen Lazard, Marques Valdez-Scantling and Davante Adams as targets. For the Seahawks, it’s Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf going against a secondary without Jaire Alexander. Another game which should threaten 60.

1. Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders (52)

The Chiefs have actually been playing much better defense over the past month, with nobody eclipsing 30 points and only once hitting 20. However, the Raiders lit this unit up last year, with 71 total points in two games. Meanwhile, Kansas City also averaged a robust 33.5 points per game against the Raiders. Sunday night as the potential to be a shootout.

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