PlayUSA NFL Bets Navigator Week 10: Can LA Rams Bounce Back Against San Francisco?

Written By Nicholaus Garcia on November 12, 2021 - Last Updated on November 30, 2021

Welcome back to the PlayUSA Bets Navigator!

Talk about an upset week.

First, the Denver Broncos beat the Dallas Cowboys 30-16. Sure, Denver fans knew this game was a lock from the moment the game was scheduled. But Dallas fans, and the rest of the US, thought otherwise. Then the 3-4 Atlanta Falcons beat New Orleans, the 2-6 Giants upset the Las Vegas Raiders, the 1-6 Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Buffalo Bills, and finally, Tennessee completely dismembered the Rams 28-16.

For those that enjoy chaos, last week was a blessing. 

For those needing a refresher, each week, PlayUSA will gather three bets we are watching throughout the NFL betting season.

You should know, were are not professional oddsmakers in any way, shape, or form. Although we follow the legal US betting market and NFL odds, this content is strictly from a personal perspective. In short, we want to have a little fun with it.

Now, let’s dive into NFL Week 10.

Bets we are watching: NFL Week 10

Our NFL Week 9 picks did not land – ouch. There was a brief glimmer of hope that Chicago would steal a win from Pittsburg, but a 62-yard game-winning field goal is unheard of for a reason. 

This week’s bets come by way of DraftKings Sportsbook. More odds below:

Season record: 4-8

LA Rams at San Francisco 49ers

  • Point Spread: Rams -3.5

After a 28-16 dismantling at the hands of the Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles will be looking to find its rhythm against division foe San Francisco. 

This may be a trap game for the Rams, which enter with a 7-2 record. However, they face a 3-5 Niners team that was dismantled by Arizona 31-17 last week. 

The availability of Matt Stafford’s new weapon, Odell Beckham Jr., is still up in the air, but regardless, the Rams should have enough firepower to inch out a four-point victory. 

Remember, this is a point spread bet. The Rams need to win by 4 points to win the bet.

LV Raiders over Kansas City Chiefs

  • Moneyline: +125 (Raiders)

We are still trying to figure out who wants to win the AFC West.

Vegas and Los Angeles, both 5-3, are tied for first in the division. Then you have Kansas City and Denver creeping around each 5-4.

What we do know is, teams are starting to figure out Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes. Las Vegas ranks 11th in sacks this season, so if they can force Mahomes into making one or two bad decisions, they could steal one at home.

This is a classic moneyline bet. Thus, the Raiders have to win the game to win the bet.

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 Stefan Diggs + CeeDee Lamb + Tim Patrick all to score (anytime)

  • 3-Leg Parlay: +1422

With no risk comes no reward!

I could have played it safe this week but instead, I’m shooting for the moon. Diggs and the Buffalo Bills will try and reignite their offense against the New York Jets, while Lamb will attempt to bounce back from a 2 catch, 23 yard game against Denver. 

Patrick, on the other hand, will try to keep his moment going against Philadelphia. Last week, the Denver wideout recorded four catches for 85 yards and 1 touchdown. 

Since this is a parlay bet, all three players listed above need to score a TD (anytime) in order for the bet to win.

If you enjoyed the above selections, be sure and follow the PlayUSA Picks Navigator each week for more exciting content. Be sure to also check out how I’m tracking futures odds for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

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Nick has had stints in Chicago and Washington, D.C., writing about politics, financial markets, and sports betting. He graduated from Texas Tech University and completed his master's degree in journalism at Columbia College Chicago.

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