With an overall record of 68-67, including 9-4 last week, TSN football analyst Chris Schultz is back with his Week 10 selections in the NFL in Risky Business. Cleveland at Cincinnati, Bengals by 6.5 Whoever would have thought that going into Week 10 that every AFC North team would have a winning record? Pittsburgh is 6-3, Baltimore 5-4, Cincinnati is 5-2-1 and the Cleveland Browns are 5-3 . In the last three games, Cleveland has lost to Jacksonville and beaten the Raiders and Bucs. Not great competition. The Bengals are about the same; losing to the Colts 27-0 but then beating the Ravens and Jaguars. The play of Jeremy Hill at running back is a Bengal advantage because with Bernard they now have quality depth at that position. Logic says take the improved Browns to keep it close, but Thursday night football favours the home team and the Bengals have won 12 straight at home. Bengals cover. Kansas City at Buffalo, KC by 2 The Chiefs have won five of the last six and the Bills have won three of the last four -- two good teams. For the Bills to win, they must play excellent run defense. The Chiefs average 136 yards running the football and the Bills only allow 92. In the odd reality fact of the week, the Chiefs have no touchdown passes to any of their wide receivers - not one - and they are the only team not to have at least one. The other secrets of success for the Bills is that of kicker Dan Carpenter, who is 17-19, and tight end Scott Chandler is a third down to first down reception master. Coming off the bye, I pick the Bills. Miami at Detroit, Detroit by 2.5 Both teams have won three in a row but the Lions are coming off the bye week. For the Dolphins, it has been 11 years since they were 5-3 and the reason is they are No. 4 out of 32 teams in scoring defense, allowing only 18 points per game. With the Lions, they are in first place in the NFC North at 6-2 but just one of their wins out of the six were against a team with a winning record and that was Green Bay in Week 3. Having a healthy Calvin Johnson means everything to the Lions. With his presence, the Lions do have one-on-one deep ball advantage if they pass block the edges effectively. Lions at home, off the bye and healthy again … Detroit. Dallas at Jacksonville, No Line In the last two games - the Washington loss and last weeks Arizona loss - the Dallas Cowboys lost time of possession and lost the game. Against a Jacksonville Jaguar team that is the youngest team in the NFL (25 year average age), how do they handle and react to all the commitments that London asks? Jacksonville is a good pass rushing team but Dallas has a polished offensive line. Romo will probably be a game-day decision but after two losses I look for a dominant Dallas win. Dallas covers. San Francisco at New Orleans, New Orleans by 4.5 The Saints are coming off of two convincing wins over Green Bay and Carolina Thursday past, while the 49ers are coming off two losses at Denver and St Louis at home. Pass protection is a problem for the 49ers. Whether it was Colin Kaepernick, the blocking , route running , adjusting, or blitz pick up, Kaepernick was sacked eight times and hit another eight times against the Rams. Similar happened a week earlier against the Broncos. And now playing in Mercedes-Benz Superdome becomes a major challenge. If the Saints beat the 49ers, it will be 21 straight home game victories for the New Orleans Saints. The Saints will have great energy and confidence after winning two games in five days - the first time that happened since 2003 with the Miami Dolphins. Red zone defense is a weakness for the 49ers and strength on offense for the Saints. Saints cover. Tennessee at Baltimore, Baltimore by 9.5 Coming off the bye week, the Titans will have time to regroup and will probably start Zach Mettenberger at quarterback but are playing a 5-4 Raven team with back-to-back losses. If the Ravens were winning and leading the division this could be close, but even off the bye the talent level alone favours Baltimore big. After two road losses, I look for a dominant home win. Ravens cover. Pittsburgh at Jets, Pittsburgh by 4.5 I thought this one would be more than a 4.5 point spread. The difference in quarterback play is staggering - eight touchdowns and 11 interception for the combo of Smith/Vick , 22 touchdowns and three interceptions for Ben Roethlisberger and completing 68 per cent of his passes to 56 with the Jets. This is a trap game for Pittsburgh coming off a big win against the Colts, a big win against the Ravens -, a playoff team and division team - and now the 1-8 Jets, and the only win for the Jets was Week 1 over the Raiders 19-14 with a rookie quarterback in Derek Carr! Percy Harvin is a concern but so is Antonio Brown and his 71 receptions. Pittsburgh. Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Falcons by 1 Major disappointing season for Atlanta and a major rebuild for Tampa Bay. I remember Week 3 , 56-14 Tampa Bay in Atlanta, as the Bucs were massively injured and beat up and the Falcons took extreme advantage. Since then, the Falcons have lost five in a row and the Bucs have won only one over Pittsburgh, but two of the Bucs losses have been overtime. The Falcons are coming off the bye and in November football that can make a difference. I am surprised the Bucs have only one win but even more surprised the Falcons have only two. Matt Ryan over Mike Glennon makes sense to me. Atlanta. Denver at Oakland, Denver by 11.5 What a bad time for the Raiders to be playing the Broncos, with the high profile loss to the Patriots and a quote by Payton Manning saying he did not play well. The Raiders did make a game of it in Seattle last week after trailing 24-3 at halftime, only to lose 30-24 . Derek Carr is establishing himself as the present and the future but it has been a painful process. When your second leading rusher is your quarterback, as Carr is with Oakland, you know you have problems. I expect Denver to be focused and Oakland to play catch up football all game long. Denver. St. Louis at Arizona, Arizona by 7 Not sure which team is going to show up; the one that on the road lost to KC 34-7 or the one that on the road beat San Francisco 13-10. But this will be the third road game in a row for the Rams. I do know the Cardinals will show up. At 7-1, they are in control of the NFC West with the only loss in Denver when they were down to a third quarterback. The Cardinals will watch the video of the extreme pass rush possibilities of St. Louis and be prepared. I also think Arizona can make the Rams one dimensional by taking away the running game - all game. With five NFC West opponents still to go, Arizona must keep its two game lead in the division. Giants at Seattle, Seattle by 9 The Giants looked terrible in the 40-24 loss at home to the Colts. Dropped passes, pass protection problems, Colts tight ends open all the time. I cant help but think this will be a very difficult week to be a New York Giant. Seattle is not dominating teams. There most dominating win of the year was Week 1, 36-16 over Green Bay. If David Carr, with eight games under his belt, can keep it within six, why cant Eli Manning and 150-plus games of experience? The Giants cant be that bad and the Seahawks are not as good as last year. Giants on points. Chicago at Green Bay, Packers by 7.5 The season is on the line for the Bears. They have eight games to go and at 3-5 would have to win seven of the last eight to hit 10 wins and a possible playoffs game. Coming off the bye they have a chance. For the Packers, they too are coming off the bye and beat the Bears 38-17 in Week 4 and made it look easy. Key reality point here is that Jay Cutler is 1-9 against Green Bay with five more interceptions than touchdowns, 13-19. Even when Matt Forte had 171 total yards in the first game, Bears still lost by three touchdowns. Green Bay won so easily the first time around, they should have no trouble doing it again. Packers by 10 to cover. Carolina at Philadelphia, Eagles by 5.5 No Nick Foles and no DeMeco Ryans for Philadelphia. Your quarterback and best linebacker out for this game makes a big difference. A better quarterback play for Carolina would make a big difference for the Panthers. Cam Newton is completing only 48 per cent of his passes. Mark Sanchez has a lot to work with in Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper, Darren Sproles and LeSean McCoy and that is why he seemed so effective last game in Houston. Really, all Newton has is Kelvin Benjamin and maybe Greg Olsen. Is Mark Sanchez able to duplicate another good game come Monday night? With the talent level around him, I dont see why not. First home game for the Eagles in two weeks and that helps too. Eagles by 7 and cover. Austin Carr Jersey . The Asheville, N.C. native, who signed as a free agent with the CFL club last May, didnt see any action with Edmonton this season after opening the year on the injured list. Willie Roaf Jersey .C. United have acquired midfielder Alex Caskey from the Seattle Sounders for a third-round pick in the 2016 MLS draft. http://www.officialneworleanssaintsfootb...t-jersey-womens. Neither player was available Saturday for the Knicks 107-98 loss in Atlanta. 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