NFL WEEK 10 PICKS: HAMMERIN’ HANK GOLDBERG FEATURING RAMS IN HIS BEST BETS
Legendary NFL handicapper Hank Goldberg is on a 36-21 run with his best bets. Here are his top three plays for NFL Week 10 picks.
Legendary handicapper Hammerin’ Hank Goldberg enters NFL Week 10 on an impressive run: Over the final 10 weeks of last season and through nine weeks this season, he is a strong 36-21 on his NFL best bets!
This is the same handicapper who enjoyed 15 winning seasons in his 17-year ESPN run. In 2017, Hammer competed against 10 top handicappers in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s NFL Challenge and beat them all, finishing 50-29-6 in against-the-spread picks. Anyone who has followed him is WAY up.
Now, Hammer has locked in three confident best bets for Week 10. If you parlay his picks, you could be looking at a 6-1 payout!
We can tell you Hammer loves the Rams (-1.5) as slight home favorites versus NFC West rival Seattle. “The Seahawks give up an NFL-worst 455.8 yards per game,” Hammer told SportsLine. “L.A. is 8-1 against the spread in its last nine games following a loss, and the Rams had an extra week to stew over their defeat in Miami. Sean McVay will have his team ready for this one.”
Hammer, who has inside sources throughout the league, also jumped on two bigtime matchups: Bills vs. Cardinals and Ravens vs. Patriots, the Sunday Night Football showdown. In one of those games, Hammer says, there is a complete mismatch, creating a spread that’s WAY OFF! You NEED to see his picks before getting down on NFL Week 10.
Here are Hammer’s picks, posted Tuesday night:
BALTIMORE @ NEW ENGLAND | 11/15 | 8:20 PM EST
I don’t care that the Patriots beat the Jets — Baltimore’s defense is another story entirely. The Ravens have gotten a takeaway in 21 straight games. They totally shut down Indy in the second half last week. If Joe Flacco can almost beat the Patriots, Lamar Jackson certainly will. Take Baltimore to cover.
L.A. RAMS -1.5
SEATTLE @ L.A. RAMS | 11/15 | 4:25 PM EST
I love the Rams this week. Seattle gives up an NFL-worst 455.8 yards per game. L.A. is 8-1 ATS in its last nine games following a loss, and the Rams had an extra week to stew over their defeat in Miami. Sean McVay will have his team ready for this one.
BUFFALO @ ARIZONA | 11/15 | 4:05 PM EST
This is a great QB matchup. Arizona could have tied the game last week if not for a missed field goal. The Bills aren’t going to travel well in this spot. They’re not going to sack Kyler Murray the way they did Russell Wilson. Back the Cardinals.