PFF Week 10 pick ’em with Cris Collinsworth

The PFF staff makes their predictions for every Week 10 NFL game and updates the picks leaderboard.

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PFF Week 10 pick ’em with Cris Collinsworth

Every week of the season, the PFF staff will be making picks for all NFL games. Here’s how the voting broke down for Week 10—we’ll update each week with who is in the lead.

The panel: Cris Collinsworth, Mike ClayJeff Dooley, Rick Drummond, Khaled Elsayed, Neil Hornsby, Nathan Jahnke, Gordon McGuinness, Sam Monson, Steve Palazzolo, and Ben Stockwell.

(Editor’s note: Cris Collinsworth won’t be making picks on the games which he is announcing. Page may be updated throughout day upon analyst submission.)


Buffalo Bills at New York Jets

Bills: 2 (Drummond, Stockwell)

Jets: 9 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo)


Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers

Lions: 0

Packers: 11


Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cowboys: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Stockwell)

Buccaneers: 1 (Palazzolo)


Carolina Panthers at Tennessee Titans

Panthers: 11

Titans: 0


Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams

Bears: 0

Rams: 11


New Orleans Saints at Washington Redskins

Saints: 8 (Collinsworth, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)

Redskins: 3 (Clay, Hornsby, Jahnke)


Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles

Dolphins: 0

Eagles: 11


Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

Browns: 1 (Monson)

Steelers: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, McGuinness, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens

Jaguars: 0

Ravens: 11


Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders

Vikings: 2 (Hornsby, Stockwell)

Raiders: 9 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo)


New England Patriots at New York Giants

Patriots: 11

Giants: 0


Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

Chiefs: 0

Broncos: 11


Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Cardinals: 2 (Clay, Drummond)

Seahawks: 8 (Dooley, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals

Texans: 0

Bengals: 11


Standings through Week 9:

1. Gordon McGuinness 94/132 71.2%
2. Neil Hornsby 89/132 67.4%
3. Sam Monson 88/132 66.7%
4. Khaled Elsayed 87/132 65.9%
5. Mike Clay 86/132 65.2%
6. Cris Collinsworth 85/132 64.4%
7. Steve Palazzolo 82/132 62.1%
T-8. Ben Stockwell 79/132 59.8%
T-8. Rick Drummond 79/132 59.8%
T-10. Jeff Dooley 78/132 59.1%
T-11. Nathan Jahnke 78/132 59.1%
  • crosseyedlemon

    A few surprises here. Now we all know the Jags are a poor team but it’s not like they are facing a juggernaut this week. Thought they deserved at least some respect. Gotta wonder just how many more key players the Steelers would have to be without for the Browns to be considered contenders here. And finally what’s with the Giants getting zero respect against the Patriots….I seem to recall them spoiling a perfect season for New England once before.

    • Tim Edell

      Are u picking the Giants to win??

      • crosseyedlemon

        We all know what happens when the expectations of the Giants beating New England are this low Tim so yes I’ll pick the G-men to remain a thorn in the side of Mr. Belichick.

        • Sincerly rude Brad

          well your wrong try next time man.

  • enai D

    9-2 for the Raiders instead of the Vikings… these guys are clueless

  • Joe Doe

    Most Vegas odds have the Buc favored by 1. These experts think differently. Maybe they are hoping as I am that Dallas makes the NFC East race interesting.

  • Tony

    Lol this was not a good week for game picks.

    There were FIVE games that were unanimously picked wrong. There were two ga,es that were picked wrong by 9 out of the 11 analysts.

    I guess that means the Texans will beat the Bengals.

    • Scott Kohler

      What do you know? You’re a true genius…

      • Tony

        Where did I say anything about knowing who would win?

        Learn to read before you embarrass yourself.

  • derek lundeen

    I don’t know why they had the Rams over the Bears. We have much to improves but the Rams Offence is pitiful. I also feel like the Rams have an alter ego… the good Rams and the bad rams you never know who will show up.