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5 Tool Sports Podcast: We Combine Week 11 NFL Review With Our Week 12 Preview and Best Bets

5 Tool Sports Podcast: We Combine Week 11 NFL Review With Our Week 12 Preview and Best Bets

5 Tool Sports Podcast Host Woody Massie, 5 Tool Sports Podcast Analyst CJ McLaughlin and Football Scout 365 Analyst Brandon Lundberg come together for their weekly game preview and picks show. Check Out The Football Scout 365 Best Bets Dashboard SPREAD O/U AND FINAL SCORE REPORT 5 TOOL SPORTS POD WEEKLY PICKS ATS WEEKLY IMPLIED GAME TOTALS NFL WEEKLY INJURY REPORT Opening Lines Bye: Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions (+3.5, 42.5) Las Vegas Raiders @ Dallas Cowboys (-7, 50.5) Buffalo Bills @ New Orleans Saints (+4.5, 46.5) SUNDAY 1 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Indianapolis Colts (+2.5, 51.5) New York Jets @ Houston Texans (-2.5, 44.5) Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants (+3.5, 46.5) Carolina Panthers @ Miami Dolphins (+1, 43) Tennessee Titans @ New England Patriots (-5.5, 44.5) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals (-4.5, 45.5) Atlanta Falcons @ Jacksonville Jaguars (+1, 46.5) SUNDAY 4 PM ET Los Angeles Chargers @ Denver Broncos (+1.5, 49) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers (-1.5, 50) Minnesota Vikings @ San Francisco 49ers (-3, 48.5) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens (-4.5, 46.5) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Seattle Seahawks @ Washington Football Team (+2.5, 46) *All odds are procured via the DKSB App. Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram

Quick Look at The Early Week 12 NFL Odds

Quick Look at The Early Week 12 NFL Odds

It is Thanksgiving week, some notable opening lines are the Raiders at the Cowboys, with the Cowboys opening at -7 which is the highest opening line differential as of today. We have seen multiple double-digit opening lines in recent weeks. That trend has ended. The Titans travel to Foxboro to face the Patriots who open as 5.5 point favorites. Tampa Bay will head up to Indy where they face a red hot Colts team. The Bucs enter the week favored by 2.5. Check back on Friday for the 5 Tool Sports Podcast weekly NFL preview and game picks podcast. Click here to learn more about our featured best bets weekly content. Opening Lines Bye: Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions (+3.5, 42.5) Las Vegas Raiders @ Dallas Cowboys (-7, 50.5) Buffalo Bills @ New Orleans Saints (+4.5, 46.5) SUNDAY 1 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Indianapolis Colts (+2.5, 51.5) New York Jets @ Houston Texans (-2.5, 44.5) Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants (+3.5, 46.5) Carolina Panthers @ Miami Dolphins (+1, 43) Tennessee Titans @ New England Patriots (-5.5, 44.5) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals (-4.5, 45.5) Atlanta Falcons @ Jacksonville Jaguars (+1, 46.5) SUNDAY 4 PM ET Los Angeles Chargers @ Denver Broncos (+1.5, 49) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers (-1.5, 50) Minnesota Vikings @ San Francisco 49ers (-3, 48.5) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens (-4.5, 46.5) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Seattle Seahawks @ Washington Football Team (+2.5, 46) *All odds are procured via the DKSB App. Check back weekly for more great content and be sure to follow us on our Instagram accounts. Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram

NFL Draft: Updated Player Grade Scale and Critical Position Factors

NFL Draft: Updated Player Grade Scale and Critical Position Factors

Grade Scale The revised player grade scale we use to determine our final overall player grades. (Instant Impact Potential) (9.0-7.0) High-End Starter (High Upside Potential) (6.9-6.7) Solid Starter Level (Developmental Potential) (6.6-6.5) Low-Level Starter (6.4) Starter Level Potential (6.3) Limited Opportunity/Displays Starter Level Traits When Given the Opportunity (Role Player Potential) (6.2) Situational Starter/System Dependent/Role Player (6.1-6.0) High-Level Backup/Developmental Starter Traits (5.9) Career Backup Level (5.8) Potential Backup Level/Needs Development To Become a #2 (5.7) Depth Player/#3 Level Depth Player (Practice Squad Potential) (5.6-5.5) Depth Player/#4 Level Depth Player/Practice Squad (5.4) Priority Free Agent (Lacks NFL Potential) (2.5) Injured/Need More Info (2) Need More Info (1) Non-NFL Caliber Prospect Position Specific Critical Factor Grade Scale Player grade scale used to determine position-specific player traits (9) Elite The player performs this particular factor with rare ease and consistency every time. Prospect shows absolutely no weakness. The player can be expected to do the seemingly impossible on occasion, and it shows against all levels of competition (8) Near Elite The prospect performs this particular factor with ease and consistency a high percentage of the time. The player displays no weakness. The prospect makes difficult plays look routine, and it shows against all levels of competition. The player can do the unusual. (7) Very Good The player performs this particular factor effectively a high percentage of the time and can flash brilliance. The prospect cannot make all the great plays but will make some of them, and it shows against all levels of competition. (6) Good The player effectively performs this particular factor most of the time or has a level of inconsistency. The prospect gives a solid performance and will contribute to a winning effort. The player can hold his own against the top competition. A 6 is a player who is going to win his share of battles against NFL competition. (5) Sufficient The player performs this particular factor in an adequate/sufficient manner but may have trouble against top competition. (4) Mediocre The player adequately performs this particular factor sometimes, but the prospect will have trouble against top competition. The player shows inconsistent performance. The inconsistency KEEPS the prospect at a 4. (3) Below Average The player does not perform this particular factor at an adequate level. The prospect is inconsistent and will probably hurt the team. If the player does perform at an acceptable level, it is usually against weaker competition. (2) Poor The player has a significant deficiency in this particular factor. (1) Not NFL Material No redeemable qualities

2022 NFL Draft Profile: Michigan Edge Rusher Aidan Hutchinson

2022 NFL Draft Profile: Michigan Edge Rusher Aidan Hutchinson

Click here to learn more about our updated player grade scale and critical position factors Name: Aidan Hutchinson School: Michigan Position: Edge Rusher Height: 6051 Weight: 265 Year: SR/2022 Jersey Number: 97 Games Reviewed: 2021 Washington, 2021 Michigan State, 2021 Nebraska, 2021 Penn State, 2019 Iowa, 2019 Penn State, 2019 Ohio State Position Specific Critical Factors Pass Rush: (8) Near Elite Ability to generate pressure and production on the QB as a rusher. He must have a combination of the following skills: burst to close, strength/power, elusiveness, and flexibility. Keeping in mind: his array of moves and general rush style. 1st Step/Explosiveness: (7) Very Good Get off explosive quickness/power. Initial quickness, quick to close cushion, ability to penetrate with reaction to 1st movement and anticipation quickness. Edge Setter/POA: (7) Very Good Ability to negate his opponent's strength with forces or stoutness (stack & neutralize blockers), maintain leverage vs. outside plays with his play strength, hand use, aggression, toughness and instincts. What is his ability level to anchor the edge or run lane to his outside gap responsibility? Key Strengths High Motor Power/Strength Awareness Key Weaknesses Improve Counter Moves Over Pursuit Angles Pass Game Summary Aidan Hutchinson is a dominant pass rusher who uses a combination of speed and power to win at the point of attack. He plays with a high motor making his presence felt on nearly every snap opening up opportunities for others to make plays when opposing offenses make it a priority to block him. Hutchinson is an every-down player who can play with his hand in the dirt or standing up. He is not a player who will drop into pass coverage by necessity but shows enough athleticism to settle into a curl or flat area as a changeup. Run Game Summary Hutchinson is a strong-run defender who can set the edge. He possesses good run pursuit and tackling ability. He does an excellent job of tracking the football from inside out, using his power and low pad level to outmaneuver his blocker(s). In 2021, Hutchinson is playing the edge standing up in a 3-4 scheme under new Defensive Coordinator Mike Macdonald. Hutchinson has experience lining up inside (4i or 3T) under his former Defensive Coordinator, Don Brown, further adding to his versatility as an every-down and situational defender. Final Analysis Aidan Hutchinson's dominance in 2021 has elevated his draft stock. His ability as a High Impact Player has also elevated Michigan's defense from one of the worst in CFB in 2020 under former defensive coordinator Don Brown to a top 10 level in 2021 under new Defensive Coordinator Mike Macdonald. In the new Mike Macdonald Baltimore Ravens 3-4 base scheme, Michigan plays a lot of one high man and cover three that rely on consistent pressure, especially from the edge of the defense. Aidan Hutchinson has been the critical ingredient to Michigan's successful pass rush in 2021 under Mike Macdonald. His high motor as a pass rusher and his ability to take on double teams with consistent ease has opened up opportunities for other players on the defense to flourish. Hutchinson shows high-level NFL traits comparable to the Bosa brothers or T.J. Watt. An area where Hutchinson can differentiate himself is with overall athleticism. According to Michigan football strength and conditioning coach Ben Herbert, Hutchinson posted a 4.64sec forty-yard dash, 36in vertical, 6.54sec 3 cone, and 4.07sec shuttle. All of these numbers are better than both of the Bosa's, and nearly all of T.J. Watts posted NFL Combine results, with the exception of T.J. Watt’s 37in vertical. Final Grade Analysis Final Grade: (7.0) (Instant Impact Potential) (9.0-7.0) High-End Starter Ceiling Grade: (8.0) (Instant Impact Potential) (9.0-7.0) High-End Starter Floor Grade: (7.0) (Instant Impact Potential) (9.0-7.0) High-End Starter

NFL Midseason Review: MVP, DPOY, OROY, DROY Through 10 Weeks

NFL Midseason Review: MVP, DPOY, OROY, DROY Through 10 Weeks

NFL MVP Will Come Out OF NFC? At this point, the NFL MVP comes down to Tom Brady and Dak Prescott. Brady is 1000 years old and going to throw for over 5k at this pace, while Dak is honestly similar to Brady in terms of playstyle, except he is faster than Brady's 6.5 forty. Dak has the comeback player of the year appeal on his side, so maybe that will outweigh Brady's AARP status. NFL Defensive MVP A darkhorse to consider and someone I believe can win the award if things bounce a particular way is Las Vegas Raiders Edge Maxx Crosby. The real front runners according to Vegas odds are Cleveland Browns Edge Myles Garrett, LA Rams DL Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh Steelers Edge T.J. Watt, and another sort of sleeper in Tennessee Titans DB Kevin Byard. Why Las Vegas Raiders Edge Maxx Crosby Maxx Crosby has been a force to be reckoned with this season for the Raiders. He has amassed 7 sacks and an NFL leading 42 total pressures. Even with the Browns Myles Garrett collecting 15 sacks through only half the season, the Browns are likely going to miss the playoffs, which leaves us with Maxx Crosby on a team that has a shot at making the playoffs and largely due to his play on the defensive side of the football. We have to wait and see how serious the T.J. Watt injury is, in addition, Rams DT Aaron Donald, safety Kevin Byard, and Cowboys DB Trevon Diggs are also high-level candidates to win the award. Offensive Rookie of The Year New England Patriots Rookie Mac Jones, followed by Cincinnati Bengals WR Ja'Marr Chase, Pittsburgh Steelers RB Najee Harris, and LA Chargers OT Rashaawn Slater Why Mac Jones For starters, we rated Mac Jones as a Potential High Upside Player, what that means for a guy like Mac Jones as compared to a Trey Lance who I had rated similarly is that Jones could enter the NFL at his ceiling with some slight upside down the road, while Trey Lance shows higher-level developmental traits and a higher ceiling overall. During the NFL Draft scouting process, Lance lacked the short and intermediate accuracy and the touch that a Mac Jones already had entering the league, making Mac Jones the more NFL-ready guy. Jones has already surpassed all of my expectations as a QB, he is beyond his projected ceiling by my standards and still has some room to grow. He was always a guy who could be a Matt Ryan style player, and if that's what we get from him, you could not ask for more. Mac Jones was graded out as the best QB in week 10, according to PFF. No rookie since 2006 has graded out higher than Mac Jones through the first ten weeks; he is also the 5th highest graded QB this season. Hats off to Josh McDaniel for his ability to put Jones in the best possible position to be successful. Defensive Rookie Of The Year Dallas Cowboys LB Micah Parsons, Baltimore Ravens Edge Odafe Oweh Why LB Micah Parsons Parsons, who we graded during the NFL draft as the top LB prospect and an Instant Impact Player at the NFL level, has lived up to the billing so far. He has a top 15 PFF defensive grade through ten weeks; he has 7 total sacks and leads the NFL in QB hurries.

NFL Midseason Review: The NFC Division

NFL Midseason Review: The NFC Division

The Contenders NFC Dallas Cowboys Arizona Cardinals Tampa Bay Buccaneers LA Rams MVP Caliber High-Level Starting QB's Like the top 4 AFC teams listed above, we have four teams on the NFC side who boast NFL MVP caliber talent at QB, starting with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay, Dak Prescott in Dallas, Matthew Stafford for the Rams, and Kyler Murray for Arizona. The odd team out, and yes, I am being subjective, is the Green Bay Packers, who could very well be in the conversation down the stretch as the best team in the NFC. Their QB is none other than Aaron Rodgers. (Yes, the Packers are now in a position to replace the Rams as my 4th best NFC team, wrote this before the Monday Night game between the Rams and 49ers). Offensive Line Rankings According To PFF The Cowboys OL According to PFF, the Cowboys have the NFL's top OL. They boast the best run block grade and 4th highest pass block grade. You add in all of the other surrounding variables, and you have a legit Super Bowl contending offense. The Bucs OL The Buccaneers have the 3rd best OL according to PFF through the first half of the season. They carry the 3rd highest pass-blocking grade, along with the 13th best run block grade. The Rams OL The Rams have seemingly always had a good to great OL in recent years, but this year's version is superb. They are 5th according to PFF, with the top pass-blocking grade and the 11th highest run-blocking grade. The Cardinals OL The Cardinals have the 10th rated OL; they grade 11th in pass-blocking grade and a not-so-awesome 27th in run blocking grade. If the Cardinals were healthy at the skill positions, they would probably still be unbeaten. Running The Ball Down The Stretch Cowboys Run Offense All four contenders I have listed can run the football, and they have the offensive line play to back that up. As explosive as the Cowboy's passing game is, they run the football consistently to the tune of 140 yards per game, ranking 4th in the NFL. In the last three games, the Cowboys have not run the ball at a high level as compared to their season average, with average yards per game dropping to 90 yards, but they have a strong tandem in Pollard and Elliott that they can lean on at any time. Rams Run Offense The Rams currently run the ball 25 times per game, averaging 103 yards, vs. 2020 when they ran it 30 times per contest averaging 127 yards. The difference is a better balance with Matthew Stafford, who is less reliant on play-action and moving the launch point. When the Rams struggled a few weeks back against the Titans, McVay showed he can always revert to the play-action and or the rollout game, which adds to this team's versatility. All in all, the Rams are in a great position as long as Henderson stays healthy. The Combo of Henderson and Michel will be vital down the stretch. Bucs and Cardinals Run Offenses The Bucs have a solid run game with a revitalized Leonard Fournette leading the way and Ronald Jones to back him up. The Cardinals use a lot of different people to carry the ball at any given moment, and the short pass game is an extension of their run game. With Edmonds out, the Cardinals are in good hands with James Conner, a scoring machine this season, especially in the red zone. He is also a good receiver out of the backfield. If I were to rank backfields among my listed contenders, I would go Cowboys, Rams, Bucs, and Cardinals. The NFC has a massive advantage among Super Bowl Contending teams in the run game. The NFC Contender Defenses Rams Defense The Rams top the PFF grades for the top defense. They are one of the more stingy defenses allowing the league's 5th lowest yards per play total. The Rams have the 2nd best run grade, the 10th best pass cover grade, 2nd in pass-rush grade, and the 2nd highest tackling grade. They are a true championship-caliber defense (Minus what the 49ers just did to them on Monday night). Cardinals Defense The Cardinal's defense is tied with the Rams in yards per play defense, but they rank 20th in PFF defensive grade. The lower grade is primarily driven by their lower graded run defense, which allows the same yards per rush attempt as the Chargers, who are last in overall run defense in the NFL. Their LB play has been inconsistent at best. The Cardinals are one of the league's worst at tackling. These are areas that need to improve for the Cardinals to become genuine contenders. They do have a top 10 pass-rush grade and are ranked 3rd in the NFL in takeaways. Cowboys Defense The Cowboys defense grades out at 21st according to PFF, but don't let the grade fool you; this defense has improved mightily year over year. They graded 28th a season ago; they were near the bottom of the NFL in pass coverage grades and run defense. Their 2021 grades show that the Cowboys are similar in run defense grade year over year but improved in pass coverage, ranking 13th. Ironically they grade worse in tackling year over year. Their pass rush is top 10 and is helping them create turnovers where they are tied for 5th in the league. Like the Cardinals, consistent improvement down the stretch will be vital. The NFC Darkhorse I don't have an NFC darkhorse contender. If one of the top four I have listed falters, the next team-up is the Green Bay Packers.

NFL Midseason Review: The AFC Division

NFL Midseason Review: The AFC Division

The Contenders AFC Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo Bills Tennessee Titans Baltimore Ravens MVP Caliber High-Level Starting QB's All four division-leading teams are my front runners to make it to the Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs reclaimed the top spot of my AFC power rankings for a few reasons. They have an MVP-level QB in Patrick Mahomes, as do the Ravens (Lamar Jackson) and the Bills (Josh Allen). Offensive Line Rankings According To PFF The teams boasting the best offensive line play among my contenders include Kansas City (2nd), New England (11th), Baltimore (11th), and Tennessee (17th). The Bills OL According to PFF, the Buffalo Bills have the 18th rated pass-blocking offensive line, with the 24th rated run blocking OL. The Bills OL has been inconsistent in 2021, it is an area they must improve down the stretch if they are going to remain a legit contender. The Patriots OL The Patriots, who have the 3rd highest graded pass offense, have the 19th rated pass-blocking grade and the 8th highest run-blocking grade. The Patriots are using the quick throw game with great success while also blocking at a high level in the run game. The Ravens OL The Ravens are similar to that of the Patriots; they grade out at 14th pass pro and 6th in run blocking. We know the key to the run game is on the shoulders of Lamar Jackson, but as we just witnessed vs the Dolphins who ran a lot of cover 0 and came after Jackson, there is a way to stifle him. I found a great analysis about the Dolphin's use of cover 0 and pressure looks against the Ravens. It is a copycat league, so I expect to see more teams challenging the Ravens at the LOS and coming after Lamar until he can show he can make them pay for leaving the back end of their defense open. The Titans OL The Titans are 29th in pass-blocking grade and 12th in run blocking. Running The Ball Down The Stretch The Ravens Run Offense The key for all of these teams as we come down the stretch will be their ability to run the football, the Ravens have the best offense for that, but they cannot just rely on Lamar to make plays on the ground in playoff games. The Patriots Run Offense The top RB among my contenders is Damien Harris, who is in a Patriots offense dedicated to a committee approach; they also proved they could be dominant on the ground without Harris as Rhamondre Stevenson surpassed 100 rush yards with Harris out in week 10. Chiefs Run Offense The Kansas City Chiefs should get RB Clyde Edwards Helaire back in week 11; if so, he would move the needle slightly for the Chiefs in their ability to move the football on the ground. The Bills and Titans Run Offenses Are Similar After Derrick Henry Injury The Bills and Titans, to me, are in a weird place at the RB position. The Titans lost Derrick Henry to a season-ending injury but have done well with their makeshift committee backfield. The Bills have three backs of their own, but I have a hard time ranking them ahead of the Titan's current backfield. I still give the Bills a slight edge; Singletary and Moss are a decent tandem; the wildcard is how much the Bills can get out of Matt Breida after his two TD performances in week 10? The AFC Contender Defenses Bills, Titans, And Patriots Top The List The Bills top the list, followed by the Titans and the Patriots. The Ravens have done a great job after Losing Marcus Peters, and now they are without safety Deshon Elliott. The Patriots have been solid with Matt Judon leading the way, and the Titans, who started rough, have now looked all world led by Jeff Simmons upfront, who has 7.5 sacks, Harrold Landry, who has 10 sacks, and in the secondary Kevin Byard has been very good with 5 INT's. The Titans are surging on defense, and I mentioned all of that and still feel like I am not giving them enough credit. The AFC Darkhorse New England Patriots I mentioned the Patriot's offensive line and their ability to run the football, as you can see above. But it has been the development of rookie QB Mac Jones that has separated the Patriots within a division where many had them finishing third; they are now legitimate contenders in the AFC East. Mac Jones was graded out as the best QB in week 10, according to PFF. No rookie since 2006 has graded out higher than Mac Jones through the first ten weeks; he is also the 5th highest graded QB this season. Hats off to Josh McDaniel for his ability to put Jones in the best possible position to be successful.

5 Tool Sports Podcast: WK 10 (SPECIAL) Mid Season Team Assessment Show W/NFL WK 10 Review

5 Tool Sports Podcast: WK 10 (SPECIAL) Mid Season Team Assessment Show W/NFL WK 10 Review

5 Tool Sports Podcast Host Woody Massie, 5 Tool Sports Podcast Analyst CJ McLaughlin and Football Scout 365 Analyst Brandon Lundberg provide an NFL midseason assessment that includes our favorite Super Bowl Contenders, our favorites for NFL MVP, and more. We also review the prior week's top NFL matchups. Check Out The Football Scout 365 Best Bets Dashboard SPREAD O/U AND FINAL SCORE REPORT 5 TOOL SPORTS POD WEEKLY PICKS ATS WEEKLY IMPLIED GAME TOTALS NFL WEEKLY INJURY REPORT Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram

Deep Connections: Top NFL QB deep Completion Percentage (20+ Yds) Through Wk 10

Deep Connections: Top NFL QB deep Completion Percentage (20+ Yds) Through Wk 10

We have updated the weekly NFL advanced stats. You can learn more about Football Scout 365's NFL, NFL Draft, CFB, NFL Best Bets, and Fantasy Football Tools by clicking the link below. Click Here To Learn More This week, we examine the top five NFL QB's deep-ball completion percentages (20+ Yards). *Min 100 Pass attempts Top Five Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray (61%) NY Jets Zach Wilson (52%) Buffalo Bills Josh Allen (51%) Minnesota Vikings Kirk Cousins (50%) Miami Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa (50%)

Quick Look at The Early Week 11 NFL Odds

Quick Look at The Early Week 11 NFL Odds

We have a few intriguing games to watch this week and some interesting early lines for week 11 NFL. The early view provides you with a quick look at the early lines ahead of our weekly betting show. The games that stand out, Cowboys @ Chiefs, Colts @ Bills, Cardinals @ Seahawks, are the three notable games. A few games are listed as (pick 'em); keep an eye on these games as we move ahead. The Chiefs vs. Cowboys matchup is a potential Super Bowl preview. Mahomes had his best game of the season this past Sunday against the Raiders, and the Chief's defense also played well. The Cowboys destroyed the Falcons, and the Cowboy's defense also played great. The Bengals @ the Raiders is also a pick'em. Bengals are coming off of a bye week. After watching Patrick Mahomes take advantage of the Raiders, who run a one high middle-of-the-field closed style of defense that decided not to deploy a two high middle-of-the-field open defense, other teams have used to slow down Mahomes. I have optimism the Bengals can have similar success. Check back on Friday for the 5 Tool Sports Podcast weekly NFL preview and game picks podcast. Click here to learn more about our featured best bets weekly content. Opening Lines Bye: Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Rams THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL New England Patriots @ Atlanta Falcons (+5.5, 46.5) SUNDAY 1PM ET New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles (-1.5, 43.5) Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets (+3.5, 45.5) Washington Football Team @ Carolina Panthers (-2.5, 43.5) Indianapolis Colts @ Buffalo Bills (-7, 49.5) Detroit Lions @ Cleveland Browns (-10.5, 46) San Francisco 49ers @ Jacksonville Jaguars (+5.5, 46.5) Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans (-10.5, 45.5) Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings (+2.5, 49.5) Baltimore Ravens @ Chicago Bears (+6, 45) SUNDAY 4PM ET Cincinnati Bengals @ Las Vegas Raiders (Pick'em) Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks (+2, 50.5) Dallas Cowboys @ Kansas City Chiefs (Pick'em) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Chargers (-3.5, 48) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL New York Giants @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-11.5, 50.5) *All odds are procured via the DKSB App. Check back weekly for more great content and be sure to follow us on our Instagram accounts. Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram

5 Tool Sports Podcast: Wk10 Game By Game Preview, Picks, and Player Props

5 Tool Sports Podcast: Wk10 Game By Game Preview, Picks, and Player Props

5 Tool Sports Podcast Host Woody Massie, 5 Tool Sports Podcast Analyst CJ McLaughlin and Football Scout 365 Analyst Brandon Lundberg come together for their weekly game preview and picks show. Check Out The Football Scout 365 Best Bets Dashboard SPREAD O/U AND FINAL SCORE REPORT 5 TOOL SPORTS POD WEEKLY PICKS ATS WEEKLY IMPLIED GAME TOTALS NFL WEEKLY INJURY REPORT Opening Lines Bye: Bears, Bengals, Texans, Giants THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins (+7.5, 48) SUNDAY 1PM ET Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets (+13, 47.5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Washington Football Team (+9, 51.5) Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys (-9.5, 52) New Orleans Saints @ Tennessee Titans (-4.5) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts (-10.5, 47.5) Detroit Lions @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-9.5, 44) Cleveland Browns @ New England Patriots (-2.5, 44.5) SUNDAY 4PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers (-2.5, 51.5) Carolina Panthers @ Arizona Cardinals (-9.5, 45.5) Philadelphia Eagles @ Denver Broncos (-2.5, 44.5) Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers (-6, 49.5) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders (+2.5, 50.5) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers (+4) *All odds are procured via the DKSB App. Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram

5 Tool Sports Podcast: Wk10 Preview and Picks For Thursday Night NFL Dolphins vs. Ravens

5 Tool Sports Podcast: Wk10 Preview and Picks For Thursday Night NFL Dolphins vs. Ravens

5 Tool Sports Podcast Host Woody Massie, 5 Tool Sports Podcast Analyst CJ McLaughlin and Football Scout 365 Analyst Brandon Lundberg kick off the new NFL week with a quick analysis of this week's Thursday Night NFL action. Check Out The Football Scout 365 Best Bets Dashboard SPREAD O/U AND FINAL SCORE REPORT 5 TOOL SPORTS POD WEEKLY PICKS ATS WEEKLY IMPLIED GAME TOTALS NFL WEEKLY INJURY REPORT Opening Lines Bye: Bears, Bengals, Texans, Giants THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins (+7.5, 48) SUNDAY 1PM ET Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets (+13, 47.5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Washington Football Team (+9, 51.5) Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys (-9.5, 52) New Orleans Saints @ Tennessee Titans (-4.5) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts (-10.5, 47.5) Detroit Lions @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-9.5, 44) Cleveland Browns @ New England Patriots (-2.5, 44.5) SUNDAY 4PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers (-2.5, 51.5) Carolina Panthers @ Arizona Cardinals (-9.5, 45.5) Philadelphia Eagles @ Denver Broncos (-2.5, 44.5) Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers (-6, 49.5) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders (+2.5, 50.5) MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers (+4) *All odds are procured via the DKSB App. Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram Follow: 5 Tool Sports Podcast on Instagram Follow: Football Scout 365 on Instagram