No team won in an opponents’ home stadium this past Sunday, but there are five road favorites in Week 10 of the 2019 NFL season. The upcoming schedule features three double-digit point spreads and five betting lines of a field goal or less.

Below are picks against the spread for every game in Week 10, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Los Angeles Chargers (-1) at Oakland Raiders

Oakland has one of the NFL’s best offenses, ranking third in yards per play. The Raiders have scored at least 24 points in four of their last five games. Derek Carr has only been sacked twice and thrown one interception during that span. The only time the Chargers scored more than 26 points in regulation was when they visited the lowly Dolphins.

Prediction ATS: Oakland

Detroit Lions (+2.5) at Chicago Bears

It’s hard to pick Chicago as a favorite against a team that’s not completely awful. The Bears are on a four-game losing streak with arguably the NFL’s worst starting quarterback. Chicago is last in the NFC in yards per play and 29th overall in total offense. The defense has allowed an average of 24.8 points during the losing streak. The Lions can move the ball, ranking seventh in yards per play with Matthew Stafford owning the fifth-best passer rating.

Prediction ATS: Detroit

Atlanta Falcons (+13) at New Orleans Saints

The Saints have been unstoppable and oddsmakers can’t seem to make the betting lines for their games high enough. New Orleans has won six straight games straight up and against the spread, looking like the best team in the NFC. Atlanta might be the conference’s worst team. The Saints covered a 13-point spread at home against the Falcons last year when Atlanta was much better than they are in 2019.

Prediction ATS: New Orleans

Drew Brees New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints reacts after a touchdown during the NFC Divisional Playoff at the Mercedes Benz Superdome on January 13, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Kansas City Chiefs (-4) at Tennessee Titans

There’s a good chance Patrick Mahomes will return, improving an offense that’s continued to play well with backup Matt Moore under center. Kansas City is 4-0 against teams that aren’t above .500, winning each game by no fewer than four points. Three of those victories came by at least two touchdowns.

Prediction ATS: Kansas City

Baltimore Ravens (-10) at Cincinnati Bengals

Maybe the Bengals will get a bit of a jolt with Ryan Finley replacing Andy Dalton as the starting quarterback. Baltimore is 24th in opponents’ yards per play. Cincinnati has actually avoided blowouts against multiple good teams, staying competitive with Buffalo and Seattle. The Bengals backdoored the Ravens in Baltimore a few weeks ago and nearly did the same to the Rams in London.

Prediction ATS: Cincinnati

Buffalo Bills (+3) at Cleveland Browns

In what world are the 2-6 Browns just as good as the 6-2 Bills? Maybe Cleveland has close to the same amount of talent, but poor coaching and lack of discipline hurt them every week. The Browns lead the NFL in penalties and Baker Mayfield is tied for first with 12 interceptions. Buffalo is third in opponents’ yards per play. Cleveland isn’t a top-15 offensive or defensive team. The Browns are 1-5 against the spread in their last six games.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

New York Giants (-2.5) at New York Jets

Both New York teams are a disaster. The Jets have a seemingly flukey two-point win in between seven losses. The Giants are on a five-game losing streak. Sam Darnold might be regressing. Daniel Jones can’t stop committing turnovers. Both defenses are bad. Take the points, but don’t bet on either team.

Prediction ATS: New York Jets

Arizona Cardinals (+4.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Cardinals are 3-0-1 against the worst defensive teams on their schedule. Tampa Bay really doesn’t have a much better defense than teams like the Lions or Giants. Arizona just scored 25 points against San Francisco’s No.1 ranked defense. Kyler Murray has thrown no interceptions in his last five games compared to eight picks for Jameis Winston during that span. The Bucs are 1-5 against the spread in their last six games.

Prediction ATS: Arizona

Miami Dolphins (+10.5) at Indianapolis Colts

The Dolphins have been feisty over the last month, covering the spread in four straight games, including a straight-up win over the Jets. The Colts could have trouble moving the ball if Jacoby Brissett’s knee injury keeps him sidelined. T.Y. Hilton is expected to sit. Miami can keep this game within 10 points.

Prediction ATS: Miami

Carolina Panthers (+5) at Green Bay Packers

This could be a relatively high-scoring game that’s decided late in the fourth quarter. Christian McCaffrey should put up big numbers against a bad run defense. Green Bay’s pass rush hasn’t been nearly as effective in recent weeks. Aaron Rodgers will find success against a Panthers’ team that’s allowed an average of 31 points in the last four weeks. The betting line should probably be closer to a field goal.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Christian McCaffrey Carolina Panthers
Christian McCaffrey scores a touchdown at Bank of America Stadium on Oct. 7, 2018, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh has put together a three-game winning streak against two bad teams and a team that lost its starting quarterback. Turnovers and defensive touchdowns have made up for the fact that the Steelers are 27th in yards per play. Mason Rudolph is near the bottom of the league with 181.3 passing yards per game. James Conner is still hurt. The Rams are still above average on both sides of the ball.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

Minnesota Vikings (+3) at Dallas Cowboys

The Vikings continue to be inconsistent on the road, where they’ve gone 5-7-1 in their last 13 regular-season games. The Cowboys lead the NFL in yards per play and total offense. Dallas has rebounded from their losing streak last month now that the team is mostly healthy. Playing behind an elite offensive line, Dak Prescott gives the Cowboys the edge at quarterback over Kirk Cousins, who still has something to prove on the road in primetime.

Prediction ATS: Dallas

Seattle Seahawks (+6) at San Francisco 49ers

This is too many points to lay against the MVP frontrunner. Russell Wilson continues to be the league’s best player in 2019 with an NFL-leading 118.2 passer rating, 22 touchdowns and just one interception. San Francisco does have an outstanding defense, but the 49ers have yet to face an elite quarterback. The Seahawks are averaging 28.5 points on the road.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Season Record: 62-72-1