NFL Week 10 picks: Are Rams just what 49ers need to win at Levi’s Stadium since last visit?

Long story short, this NFL season is so unpredictable (audience: “How unpredictable is it?”) that we won’t charge you extra for these Week 10 picks:

Rams 31, 49ers 21: Monday night’s showcase features long-time rivals and the same old, sorry … story of a 49ers’ home loss this season. The Levi’s Stadium curse remains, with the 49ers last winning there when the Rams last visited in October 2020. Since then, Matthew Stafford and Von Miller got traded to Hollywood. Line: Rams -3 1/2

Ravens 31, Dolphins 20: Lamar Jackson is on his way, if not already there, in becoming the best rushing quarterback in NFL history, after just 3 ½ seasons. Line: Ravens -7 1/2

Cowboys 40, Falcons 21: Atlanta’s World Series bump got the Falcons three wins in their previous four. No more. Dallas puts up 40 points on them for a second straight season. Line: Cowboys -9 1/2

Colts 26, Jaguars 21: Could the Jaguars have the same 3-6 record as the 49ers when they meet in Week 11? Nah, Trent Baalke isn’t afforded that joy. Line: Jaguars +10 1/2

Patriots 21, Browns 18: Bill Belichick became a NFL head coach 30 years ago with the Browns. He went 36-44 in five seasons. Kevin Stefanski ultimately will have a better mark than that. Line: Patriots -2

Bills 27, Jets 10: While 49ers fans cringed at DeMeco Ryans’ defense last Sunday, Robert Saleh was coaching a Jets team that yielded 45 points. Line: Bills -12

Steelers 31, Lions 16: Mike Tomlin has never lost to Detroit (4-0 after this), nor has any coach this season against the Lions. Line: Steelers -8 1/2

Saints 26, Titans 24: Sure would have been nice to see Derrick Henry vs. Alvin Kamara. Line: Saints +3

Bucs 33, Washington 16: Tom Brady and the Bucs already were honored in Washington four months ago, at the White House for their Super Bowl title. Same time next summer? Line: Bucs -9 1/2

Cardinals 37, Panthers 17: Could it be P.J. Walker vs. Colt McCoy? Arizona clinches its first winning season since a 2015 run to the NFC finals. Line: Cardinals -10

Chargers 26, Vikings 21: Does Minnesota play Dalvin Cook after an ex-girlfriend’s civil suit this week accuses him of assault and battery? Line: Chargers -3

Broncos 23, Eagles 21: Denver thanks the scheduling czar and beats a NFC East opponent for a third straight week. Line: Eagles +2 1/2

Seahawks 26, Packers 25: Will Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers make their returns? That is, will they return to these respective teams in 2022? Line: Seahawks +3 1/2

Chiefs 38, Raiders 26: Only about five months until the Raiders’ next wave of fabulous draft picks. Line: Chiefs -2 1/2

Last week: 5-9 straight up, 6-8 against the spread

Season: 78-58 straight up, 61-74-1 against the spread

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