Predicting Bengals-Titans and all Week 10 games

Cincinnati Bengals beat writer Jay Morrison offers his predictions for Week 10 of NFL games.

Green Bay Packers (4-4) at Chicago Bears (3-5)

The Packers have won 12 of 14 vs. the Bears, but those were with Aaron Rodgers.

Pick: Bears 17, Packers 16

Cleveland Browns (0-8) at Detroit Lions (4-4)

This is the week … that looks like all other weeks.

Pick: Lions 34, Browns 10

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Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) at Indianapolis Colts (3-6)

A soft opening to a soft second-half schedule.

Pick: Steelers 35, Colts 17

Los Angeles Chargers (3-5) at Jacksonville Jaguars (5-3)

The Chargers will put up more of a fight than the Bengals, but….

Pick: Jaguars 28, Chargers 24

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New Orleans Saints (6-2) at Buffalo Bills (5-3)

Don’t know the exact data, but guessing dome teams don’t fare well in Buffalo in November.

Pick: Bills 21, Saints 17

New York Jets (4-5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6)

Jameis and Co. are forced to eat another ‘L’

Pick: Jets 20, Buccaneers 17

Minnesota Vikings (6-2) at Washington Redskins (4-4)

Branches from the Marvin Lewis coaching tree collide with Zim vs. Jay.

Pick: Redskins 27, Vikings 23

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Houston Texans (3-5) at Los Angeles Rams (6-2)

The surprising roll continues for the Rams

Pick: Rams 27, Texans 13

Dallas Cowboys (5-3) at Atlanta Falcons (4-4)

Gotta go with big ‘D’, as in “desperation” for the Falcons.

Pick: Falcons 28, Cowboys 21

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New York Giants (1-7) at San Francisco 49ers (0-9)

Who cares, really?

Pick: 49ers 7, Giants 6

New England Patriots (6-2) at Denver Broncos (3-5)

Denver is a tough place to play, except when Brock Osweiler is guiding the Broncos

Pick: Patriots 28, Broncos 10

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Miami Dolphins (4-4) at Carolina Panthers (6-3)

No iceberg yet for the Titanic Panthers

Pick: Panthers 31, Dolphins 21

Cincinnati Bengals (3-5) at Tennessee Titans (5-3)

Bengals haven’t beaten a team with a winning record on the road in more than two years.

Pick: Titans 23, Bengals 9

Last week: 6-6

This year: 78-46

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