Best NFL Survivor Picks for Week 10

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Believe it or not, we've now passed the halfway point of the 2019 NFL season. If you've made it this far in your survivor pool, things could get pretty tough in Week 10, as six teams will be on bye.

If you need help with your Week 10 survivor picks, here are three of the best picks for this weekend's slate of games.

1. Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, 1 p.m. EST

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The Baltimore Ravens boast one of the most dynamic rushing attacks in the NFL, leading the league with an average of 5.5 yards per carry and 204.9 rushing yards per game. That's could be a disaster for a Cincinnati Bengals team that has allowed opponents to rush for league highs in rushing yards per game (177.6) and yards per carry (5.1). And with Lamar Jackson playing like a legitimate MVP candidate, Baltimore looks poised to dominate in Week 10.

2. Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints, Sunday, 1 p.m. EST

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The Atlanta Falcons have gotten off to a 1-7 start to the season, and things won't get any easier in the Superdome against the 7-1 New Orleans Saints. The Falcons' defense has suffered from an ineffective pass rush that has posted a league-low sack percentage (2.7 percent). The lack of a pass rush is likely going to be a problem against Drew Brees, who is 19-4 when he's been sacked once or less since 2017. Considering the Saints are also 17-3 in New Orleans since the 2017 season, the Falcons could have a tough time in Week 10.

3. Miami Dolphins vs. Indianapolis Colts, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EST

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The Miami Dolphins may be coming off their first win of the season, but they could struggle to repeat that performance in Week 10, even with Jacoby Brissett's status up in the air. Regardless of who is under center for the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday though, Indianapolis should be able to exploit Miami's run defense. The Dolphins are allowing 150.8 rushing yards per game (No. 31 in the NFL), and the Colts should look to pound the ball with Marlon Mack, who is the NFL's eighth-leading rusher (679 yards). If Indianapolis can dominate the time of possession, the Colts should be able to take down the Dolphins at home.

Honorable Mentions:
- Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans, Sunday, 1 p.m. EST
- Buffalo Bills vs. Cleveland Browns, Sunday, 1 p.m. EST

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