NFL picks Week 10: Giants vs. Bengals

Nick Laham

Eli Manning and the Giants were dealt a tough loss last week against the Steelers, snapping a four-game winning streak. For the most part, experts like them to get back on track this week against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The New York Giants visit CIncinnati this Sunday to face the Bengals in a game both teams would love to have. Despite both teams desperately seeking s win, experts seem to like the Giants to pull it out on the road.

New York is coming off a tough loss last week to the Steelers, while CIncinnati has lost four straight games to fall to 3-5 on the year.

All the experts at ESPN agree that New York will rebound from that tough four-point defeat to Pittsburgh with a victory over the Bengals. The Giants have won three out of four road games so far this season, including one over the San Francisco 49ers, who currently sit in first place in the NFC West.

Jason Cole and Les Carpenter at Yahoo! seem to disagree on this one. Like the guys at ESPN, Cole is going with the Giants, but Carpenter thinks the Bengals will snap their skid with the win.

During the Bengals' current losing streak, they have not scored more than 24 points in a game.

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