Houston Texans vs. New York Giants picks, predictions: Who wins NFL Week 10 game?

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic

The Houston Texans and New York Giants play on Sunday in a game on the NFL Week 10 schedule.

Which team will get the victory?

Check out these NFL Week 10 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 11 a.m. MST on CBS.

The Giants are a 5-point favorite in the game.

NFL Week 10 picks, predictions:

The Arizona Republic: Giants 20, Texans 13

Jeremy Cluff writes: "It hasn't been pretty, but the Giants are having a special season. It isn't over yet, either." Bet the over in Texans vs. Giants game

Bill Speros writes: "We're watching the total here. We're going with the over here - as long as the number stays at 38.5. These teams have averaged 39.75 PPG combined this season."

NFL Week 10 odds:

Will Saquon Barkley and the New York Giants beat the Houston Texans in NFL Week 10?

ESPN: Giants have a 69.6% chance to win the Week 10 game

The site gives the Texans a 30.1% chance to get the victory.

Draft Kings: Take the Giants to cover vs. Texans

It writes: "The Giants should be better offensively after the bye week and the Texans have no answer for Saquon Barkley. Houston’s offense has been largely amiss this season and there’s no reason to believe the Texans are going to keep this game close."

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Sports Betting Dime: Giants 18.4, Texans 10

The site's formula predicts that the Giants will win the Week 10 NFL game.

Fan Duel: Go with the Giants to cover vs. Texans

Isaiah De Los Santos writes: "The Texans have struggled to be competitive in 2022. Houston has lost by 7 or more points in five of its six losses this season as this team simply lacks the weapons on offense to pose a major threat.  That makes this an appetizing matchup for a Giants defense holding opponents to the eighth-fewest points per game this season."

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