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We’ve reached double digits on this NFL season, as William Hill has odds up for 12 Week 10 games (Washington vs. Lions and Bengals vs. Steelers are off the board).
A battle between first-round rookie quarterbacks and three showdowns between teams with winning records are just a few of the intriguing matchups on this week’s slate.
Of the 12 games available right now, six of them have a spread of a field goal or shorter. One of those contests is between the Chargers and Dolphins, headlined by the first-ever face-off between No. 5 pick Tua Tagovailoa and No. 6 pick Justin Herbert.
The Dolphins are currently 2.5-point home favorites over the Chargers at William Hill. Miami has won four in a row to move to 5-3 on the season. While Los Angeles is 2-6, those six defeats have come by a combined 24 points.
“Tua vs. Herbert should be a fun one,” said Nick Bogdanovich, Director of Trading for William Hill US. “That was a big draft prop for us, who would go first. Now they’re going at each other. Tua’s 2-0 as a starter, you can’t knock him for that. With Herbert, obviously everyone in the world would want him to start a team with.”
“The Dolphins started playing well in the last five, six games last season. They didn’t quit after the fire sale. [Head coach Brian] Flores has done a miraculous job down there. They’ve definitely got a bright future if Tua can play at that level, which remains to be seen. But he was awful good in high school and college, so no reason to think he can’t be here.”
Three other games with tight lines are Colts vs. Titans (-2) on Thursday night, Bills vs. Cardinals (-1.5) and Seahawks vs. Rams (-1.5). The Colts and Rams are each just one game behind their respective division leaders in the Titans and Seahawks, and each has a chance to put its mark on the league standings this week.
“We opened the Rams at -1, they’re up to -1.5,” Bogdanovich said. “Seattle has drawn so much money this year, they still may here. But this is a phenomenal spot for the Rams. Seattle has had so many close games recently all over the place and they’re beat up. The Rams are well-rested since they’re coming off a bye. You’ve got a physical team going up against a team that’s been pretty soft this year. So there’s no question this spot is good for the Rams, but you still have to beat Russell Wilson.”
Meanwhile, no Week 10 total has moved more from its original number than Bills vs. Cardinals. After opening at 53.5, it has already jumped up by 3 points to 56.5, the highest of any Week 10 game. The biggest spread move thus far comes in an NFC South affair, as the Panthers have gone from 6.5-point home underdogs to +5 against the Buccaneers.
Check out William Hill’s latest available NFL Week 10 odds below.