Week 10 NFL Injury Report With Betting Advice
Sunday has arrived again, which means plenty of chances to win big via betting on NFL games. Of course, things are in constant limbo due to player injuries and roles, so we need to stay on top of the moving pieces more than ever.
Let’s keep tabs on all of the latest news so we can make the best calls possible when finalizing our week 10 NFL bets:
Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers – OUT
Big Ben is out after hurting his foot last week. He’ll aim to return after Pittsburgh’s week 11 bye. Landry Jones gets the start and definitely restricts the Steelers’ upside on offense but they should still get the win at home over the Browns.
Josh McCown, QB, Cleveland Browns – OUT
McCown missed last week and is expected to sit out again in week 10, giving Johnny Manziel his second straight start and third of the year. Manziel has looked just OK as the starter and his presence probably gives the Steelers the edge this week at home.
Matt Forte, RB, Chicago Bears – OUT
Forte missed last week with a sprained knee and it sounds like he will be out for the second game in a row. Rookie rusher Jeremy Langford was excellent in his stay last week and he figures to put up a strong game again in a huge road clash with the Rams.
Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seattle Seahawks – Questionable
Beast Mode is said to be “50/50” for tonight’s showdown with the Arizona Cardinals. This is a massive NFC West battle, so it’s tough to see Lynch sitting this one out. He’s not 100% though, and that could give way to a big role for Thomas Rawls. Seattle obviously takes a big hit if Lynch sits out.
Latavius Murray, RB, Oakland Raiders – Probable
Murray has made it through concussion protocal and figures to suit up today against the Vikings in Minnesota. Oakland is going to need him to be able to establish balance. This game is hard to call, but having Murray at full strength certainly helps the Raiders.
Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit Lions – Probable
Megatron has said he won’t miss this week’s game against the Packers, but he may be playing at less than 100%. Green Bay is the heavy favorite with or without a healthy Johnson on the field.
Vincent Jackson, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OUT
Jackson will sit out yet again with a knee sprain. That makes Mike Evans Jameis Winston’s top option in the passing game and definitely restricts Tampa Bay’s passing game a bit.
John Brown, WR, Arizona Cardinals – Probable
Brown is a little nicked up and has been for weeks, but he had the bye last week to get closer to full strength. He has a brutal matchup with the Seahawks in Seattle tonight, but he should be good to go.
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Denver Broncos – Questionable
Sanders has an ankle injury he’s dealing with and is supposedly in a good amount of pain. It sounds like he still has a good chance of suiting up against the Chiefs, but he could be limited and/or ineffective if he does. Denver hasn’t been overly relying on the passing game in 2015, so Sanders or no Sanders, they’re probably still going to find a way to beat Kansas City at home.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Doubtful
ASJ crushed it week one and we haven’t heard from him since due to a shoulder injury that knocked him out of week two. Tampa Bay could use him but they’ve been getting by without him. He’s doubtful to play against Dallas today, but his absence doesn’t really hurt the Bucs’ chances of getting the win. That game is a toss up, no matter which way you look at it.
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