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Week 10: Pick this week's NFL games for a chance at a dining gift certificate

J.J. Watt and the Texans play the Bengals on Monday night.

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J.J. Watt and the Texans play the Bengals on Monday night.

Who do you think will win this week's NFL games?

We're inviting tampabay.com readers to chime in with their picks each week through the season. We'll publish the list of games on Tuesdays at tampabay.com/bucs and run the crowd's consensus in the Sunday Tampa Bay Times.

The process is simple: Register your name and email for a chance to win a random drawing for a $20 dining gift certificate and then make your picks.

We look forward to watching the wisdom of the community work its magic.

Here's how you did this past week:

Panthers 37, Packers 29: 53.8 percent of readers picked Packers

Bengals 31, Browns 10: 93.9 percent picked Bengals

Giants 32, Bucs 18: 54.8 percent picked Giants

Patriots 27, Redskins 10: 97.4 percent picked Patriots

Steelers 38, Raiders 35: 64.1 percent picked Steelers

Bills 33, Dolphins 17: 59 percent picked Bills

Titans 34, Saints 28: 97.4 percent picked Saints

Jets 28, Jaguars 23: 89.7 percent picked Jets

Vikings 21, Rams 18: Vikings: 64.1 percent picked Vikings

49ers 17, Falcons 16: 84.6 percent picked Falcons

Colts 27, Broncos 24: 92.3 percent picked Broncos

Eagles 33, Cowboys 27: 64.1 percent picked Eagles

Bears 22, Chargers 19: 82.1 percent picked Chargers

Consensus' Week 9 record: 8-5

Consensus' overall record: 85-44

Week 10: Pick this week's NFL games for a chance at a dining gift certificate 11/10/15 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 1:50pm]
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