The 2017 online NFL betting season continues this weekend with a flurry of matchups that are bound to play a hand in determining the playoff landscape. But it’s only Week 10 which means that the postseason is still several weeks away. In the meantime, NFL bettors will be looking for the best spread betting options on this weekend’s action in order to best make use of the remaining pro football action. Let’s take a look at the odds MyBookie.ag has available on this weekend’s lineup. MyBookie.ag has plenty of great sign up bonuses to convince fans to make the hops and features one of the easiest interfaces on the web. Feel free to check out our sportsbook review on MyBookie.ag.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts
The 3-6 Indianapolis Colts look to host the 6-2 Pittsburgh Steelers in a vain attempt to pick up an AFC win. The Colts, who are severely missing franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, are pegged at -500 on the money line and there’s no one who actually believes the hopeless Colts can beat a team made up of Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, and Antonio Brown. The spread is set at 10 points, a figure Pittsburgh’s offense won’t have a hard time covering. Betting the spread allows US online sportsbook players to cash in on -110 while still backing Pittsburgh. The Steelers are 5-3 against the spread on the year while the Colts are 5-4 ATS themselves. Furthermore, Pittsburgh’s offense is picking up speed as the season progresses as their stars become more and more comfortable with their communication. Ultimately, the Steelers should have no problem covering that spread come Sunday.
Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions
The still winless Cleveland Browns will vie to finally crack the W column this weekend when they travel to the Motor City to take on the 4-4 Detroit Lions. Matt Stafford is the highest paid player in the NFL but Stafford hasn’t been able to lead his team to a divisional title in recent years, let alone postseason success. Now with Rodgers out of the window, Stafford might finally be able to get the job done. There’s no question that he’ll lead his team to a win over the 0-8 Browns, the only question is whether he’ll cover the 11 point spread. The Lions are averaging 25.75 points on the year to Cleveland’s 14.88 mark. Detroit might be 4-4 against the spread so far this season but their opponent is 0-3 ATS on the road. With those figures in mind, players should definitely place a sportsbook bet on the Lions covering the spread and cash in on that -110 payout.
Houston Texans vs. Los Angeles Rams
The 3-5 Texans will make the trip out to the West Coast to take on the leaders of the NFC West. Los Angeles has found an unprecedented amount of success this season as their offense is both efficient and consistent and their defense has a knack for forcing turnovers. This Sunday, they’ll be going up against a team that has been ravaged on both sides of the ball by injuries. Houston lost JJ Watt to injury earlier this season and they just lost Deshaun Watson as well. With those two out of the lineup, Los Angeles should have no problem plowing through Houston and covering the 10 ½ point spread.