Hot Soup Week 10

It has been a grinding NFL season for everyone.  Injuries are piling on for all teams and it is getting tougher and tougher to make picks.  Take a look at the latest standing and this week Hot Soup Picks




Cincinnati (-1.5) @ Baltimore

Road division games are always tough but Cincy needs a bounce back week after last Thursdays’ OT loss.  Luckily Ray Rice doesn’t exist anymore so the Ravens must rely on Flacco, advantage Bengals.  They have extra rest and it almost a pick em so I’ll take them.

Philadelphia (+9.5) @ Green Bay

A-A-Ron going down is devastating for the Pack.  This game will be close, Nick Foles will not have a repeat preformace of last week.  The Eagles will get a heavy dose of Eddie Lacy.  I expect a low scoring game and the points are look right at me so Philly gets them.

New York Giants (-7.5) vs Oakland

Oakland can not defend the deep ball and it is time for Eli to start throwing it deep again.  He might throw a pick but he needs to take those shots.  Oakland was embarrassed at home but traveling East has never been kind.  Hoping for another blowout here.

Denver (-7.5) @ San Diego

Peyton off a bye to prepare for a divison rival. Hmm guessing he will find the endzone multiple times.  Von Miller has had time to fit right back in on the D.  Broncos are good people, real good.  Sorry Philip, no more happy time. 


Houston (+2.5) @ Arizona

Hey thanks Andre Johnson for making me lose a big fantasy game.  Now do it again!



Houston (+2.5) @ Arizona
Houston has a really good defense.  Arizona won’t score much Sunday.

St Louis (+9.5) vs Indianapolis
St Louis has a good defense and I’ve constantly picked against Indy this year.  I just don’t buy the hype.

Oakland (+7.5) @ New York Giants
I don’t see how a team with two wins can be favored by more than a TD.  Go Giants! (by less than 7.5)

Atlanta (+5.5) vs Seattle
Atlanta is home and Seattle hasn’t impressed on the road.

Jacksonville (+12.5) @ Tennesee
The Titans aren’t good enough to give ANYONE 12.5 points.



San Francisco (-6)
Houston (+2.5)
Denver (-7.5)
Tampa Bay (+2.5)
New Orleans (-6.5)


San Francisco (-6)
Houston (+2.5)
San Diego (+7.5)
Miami (-2.5)
New Orleans (-6.5)

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