We can officially upgrade the Armchair writers’ “warm streak” to full blown hot streak. Once again, eight of the 10 writers finished with a record above .500 against the spread. However this week was more impressive than the previous winning weeks as some writers put up ridiculous numbers.

Week 9’s high watermarks for records were Ben Barclay, who went 11-2 ATS, while both Austin Nelson and Rob Paul finished at 10-3. However the man of the hour, and past few weeks, has been Andrew Cabatingan. In Week 9, he ended up with a season-high record of 12-1 against the spread. That’s right, only one loss in all NFL games against the spread. And in case you have forgotten, that record adds on to his already incredible streak of picking games.

Over the past five weeks, Cabatingan has a ridiculous 47-19-3 record. That means AC is picking over 68% of games correctly. If you want to shadow anyone’s picks in this group, this guy would be a good call. For the rest of the Armchair writers’ Week 10 selections, check out the entire NFL Pick’em below.

*all lines via mybookie on specified date*

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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans, watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker, and will never forget that Super Bowl 39 collapse. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philadelphia sports, but I’ve always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating the Eagles Super Bowl victory. WORLD CHAMPIONS!
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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans, watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker, and will never forget that Super Bowl 39 collapse. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philadelphia sports, but I’ve always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating the Eagles Super Bowl victory. WORLD CHAMPIONS!

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