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Here at Cappers Info, we are taking a weekly look at the teams that could be ripe to pull off some major upsets! Check out the potentially ugly dogs that could come up and bite you in the butt in you aren’t careful for the Week 10 of NFL betting action!
Year To Date Record: 29-29 ATS
Upset Record: 10-16, -$520
Underdog Pick #1: Detroit Lions (+130 at Wager Web Sportsbook) @ Chicago Bears, Sunday, 1:00 ET: Let’s get a dose of reality here for a second. The Lions really do still seem like a superior team right now to the Bears, as they have played some brutal competition and have really dominated for the most part along the way. A two game slide against the Falcons and 49ers doesn’t seem so bad at this point, especially after coming back on the road and destroying Denver. Chicago has beaten Tampa Bay and Philly on the road in back to back weeks, and though road wins are always impressive, it’s a wonder whether either of those teams are going to finish .500 or not. The Eagles have no pass rush whatsoever, which is why it was so predictable to see QB Jay Cutler staying upright over the course of MNF last week. It’s a short week for the Bears, against a significantly better Detroit team off of its bye week. We just think that the wrong team is getting the nod from the oddsmakers on Sunday.
Underdog Pick #2: Cincinnati Bengals (+170 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday 1:00 ET: Every time that we think the Steelers have it figured out, they turn around and lose a game that they probably shouldn’t. There is still only one win of the six that have come against a playoff team for the men in black and gold, and we still don’t think that this is a team that is as good as it is cracked up to be. Perhaps even that win against New England might not turn out to be as good as it seems by season’s end. The Bengals have won five games in a row, and though none of the games have been fantastic, all of a sudden, a two point loss in Denver and a five point loss at home against San Fran don’t look all that bad. If Cincy is going to stick around in the playoff picture this year, it has to find a way to win at least one of these four games against the Steelers and Ravens. Don’t be so sure that this isn’t the first of what could be more than one upset, though.