NFL Luck Rankings: Week 10 Picks According to Expert Projections for Packers, Texans, More
Our Action Network Luck Rankings are in for Week 10.
Overall, the unlucky team from the Action Network Luck Rankings are 57-45-2 (55.8%) against the spread (ATS) overall. That improves to 31-22 (58.5%) when teams differ by at least 10 places and 16-9 (64.0%) when the difference is 16 or more since we started tracking in Week 3.
Here are the matchups we’re targeting for Week 10.
NFL Luck Rankings – Week 10 Notable Games
Each team’s luck ranking is in parenthesis.
Meanwhile, Miami is coming off an underwhelming win against the Bears, with the Bears covering in a three-point loss.
I love how this matchup plays out for the Browns. Nick Chubb has been a monster on the ground, racking up at least 4.4 yards per carry in every game to go along with 87 yards or more in all but one.
In other words, the ground game has been solid all year, so Miami’s seventh ranked rushing defense by DVOA doesn’t worry me.
What really helps is the Dolphins struggle agains the pass, coming in 31st in defensive pass DVOA. That should help Cleveland’s passing attack more than their rushing game will be harmed.
Grab this at +3.5, as the most likely outcome is Miami by a field goal.
Sean Koerner: The Jags were written off by many people after their five game losing streak from Weeks 4 to 8, but all five of those losses were by one score.
In fact, all six of their losses have come by one score this year. That makes +9.5 a very enticing number.
Travis Etienne has looked like one of the more dynamic runners in the league, and should the Jaguars fall behind, Trevor Lawrence is more than capable of getting a backdoor cover.
The 54.8% Luck Gap also represents the biggest gap since Week 7.
The public is down on Green Bay after five straight losses. However, three of those were by one score, with one coming by less than a field goal.
On the flip side, perception of Dallas is quite strong, especially since Dak Prescott’s return from injury, after the Cowboys scored two blowout wins against NFC North opponents.
This results oriented thinking needs to be reframed with some context.
My expected score metric shows that during Green Bay’s five game losing streak, they were expected to score 99.3 points to their opponent’s 100.7 based off their on-field performance. That’s much closer to a 50/50 team than an 0-5 team during that stretch.
Instead, they only scored 79 points while allowing 119.
In case you needed any extra reason to back the Packers, Green Bay is lighting up all five signals in our PRO Report.