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NFL Week 6 Picks & Predictions:
Updated: October 2017


San Francisco @ Buffalo
Head coach Rex Ryan fired his offensive coordinator and, all of a sudden, the Bills are turning their season around. LeSean McCoy leads a powerful ground game which makes things much easier for QB Tyrod Taylor. The 49ers are in desperate need of a quarterback that can run Chip Kelly’s offense or they need to figure out how to stop teams on defense. Don’t expect either to happen too soon… Buffalo 34, San Francisco 17.

Cleveland @ Tennessee
The Browns will win a game this season. It just won’t be this week. Unfortunately, Cleveland had to face Tom Brady in his first game back with the Patriots after his suspension. The results were not good as New England won 33-13. Tennessee beat Miami as RB DeMarco Murray ran for 121 yards. The Dolphins aren’t very good on offense and neither is Cleveland… Tennessee 30, Cleveland 17.

Baltimore @ NY Giants
The Ravens have dropped two in a row and look to be losing a grip on what looked to be a much improved season. Now, they face the tough task of facing the Giants and then the AFC North leading Steelers in two weeks. The Giants have now dropped three straight after winning the first two games of the season. They are much better defensively this year and it is hard picturing them dropping a fourth in a row, especially at home… NY Giants 16, Baltimore 13.

Carolina @ New Orleans
The Saints may catch Carolina at just the right time. QB Cam Newton should be back after missing last week’s Monday night game. New Orleans had last week off giving them another week to prepare for their division foe. Head coach Sean Payton and company are in desperate need of a win or the 2016 will be lost with just too much ground to recover. QB Drew Brees and the offense are pretty good. The problem is that the defense isn’t… Carolina 34, New Orleans 31.

Jacksonville @ Chicago
The Bears are just not very good. Chicago actually led 23-19 with just over seven minutes left in last week’s game with Indianapolis. The Bears defense gave up 10 fourth quarter points and dropped to 1-4 on the season. The Jags actually beat the Colts two weeks ago to pick up their first win of the season. With an extra week to prepare, head coach Gus Bradley and his squad will be well rested… Jacksonville 35, Chicago 27.

Los Angeles @ Detroit
Can the Lions do it two weeks in a row? Detroit knocked the Eagles from the ranks of the unbeaten taking advantage of a few late mistakes in a 24-23 victory. After winning three in a row, the Rams turned the ball over three times and were beaten by Buffalo last week. The Rams defense gave up an uncharacteristic 193 yards on the ground. Don’t look for that to happen again, especially against a Lions team that is down to Theo Riddick and Zach Zenner in the backfield… Los Angeles 17, Detroit 14.

Pittsburgh @ Miami
Pittsburgh needs to be careful when it travels to Miami. The Dolphins are just 1-4 under new head coach Adam Gase. The Steelers are one of the NFL’s best. They took care of the Jets last week and did so rather easily. While Antonio Brown had nine catches, it was Sammie Coates who was the day’s star. He caught six Ben Roethlisberger passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. The Steelers have a ton of weapons. Still, this is one of those games they could lose… Pittsburgh 33, Miami 30.

Cincinnati @ New England
Looks like Tom Brady gets to exact more revenge against another Ohio opponent. A week after throwing for 406 yards and three TDs against the Browns, Brady and company welcome the Bengals into Gillette Stadium. The Bengals (2-3) were manhandled by Dallas as they watched rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott rush for 134 yards and two TDs. Hard to believe that Cincinnati would be 2-4 after six games, but they will be… New England 42, Cincinnati 27.

Kansas City @ Oakland
It’s another traditional AFC West showdown. The Chiefs had a week off while the Raiders took advantage a huge late blunder by the Chargers to chalk up their fourth win of the season. The last time the Raiders were 4-1 they went to the Super Bowl. Oakland can score points (27 per game), but if they don’t start shoring up their defense they might not get very far in the postseason. They gave up 31 to the Chargers last week. At home, they should rise to the occasion… Oakland 31, Kansas City 27.

Atlanta @ Seattle

The hottest team in the NFL travels to one of the most difficult places to play in the league. Seattle will reap the benefit of having had an extra week to rest and to prepare for the NFL’s best offense. Head coach Pete Carroll and his defense will take a great deal of pride in shutting down QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones, and RB Devonta Freeman. Russell Wilson will have had time to recover from his aches and pains. The 12th man will be a huge advantage… Seattle 13, Atlanta 12.

Dallas @ Green Bay
The surprising Cowboys are 4-1 and led by a rookie quarterback. Running back Ezekiel Elliott is something special after recording a third straight 100-yard game last week in a 28-14 win over Cincinnati. This week will be much more difficult though as Dallas heads to Green Bay. The Packers are fresh off of a win over another NFC East foe, the New York Giants. QB Aaron Rodgers threw two TDs and Eddie Lacy had 81 yards rushing in the win. Look for more of the same against the Cowboys… Green Bay 28, Dallas 21.

Indianapolis @ Houston
One of these two teams will win the AFC South and Sunday’s game will go a long way in determining the division champ. Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton had a big day last week with 10 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown in a win over Chicago. Hilton and QB Andrew Luck can put up a lot of points if the Texans aren’t prepared. Houston looked like it wasn’t in a 31-13 loss to Minnesota last week. Granted, the Vikings are the best defense in the NFL, but 17.3 points per game isn’t going to cut it if Houston thinks it’s a playoff team. Last year, the Texans lost at home to the Colts. Don’t expect it again… Houston 20, Indianapolis 17.

NY Jets @ Arizona
Two teams that were expected to be much better than they are right now will meet on Monday night. The Jets are just 1-4 while Arizona broke out of its slump and beat the struggling 49ers last Thursday night. With Carson Palmer out last week, Drew Stanton filled in and threw two touchdown passes and didn’t make many mistakes. RB David Johnson shouldered most of the load carrying 27 times for 157 yards and a pair of scores. The Jets just can’t seem to stop anyone and aren’t tearing it up on offense either (19.8 points per game). They won’t win away from home…
Arizona 34, NY Jets 23.

 

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Atlanta @ New Orleans
The Falcons are the hottest team in the NFL. They are third the league in scoring averaging 34.2 points a game with an offense led by quarterback Matt Ryan. Ryan has 1,202 yards passing and six touchdowns, four to Julio Jones who looks like the best receiver in the league. The Saints looked awful last week in a loss to Philadelphia. They may play better at home…but not that much better… Atlanta 29, New Orleans 18.

Arizona @ Pittsburgh
The Cardinals are 4-1 after pummeling Detroit 42-17 last Sunday. Quarterback Carson Palmer is enjoying a solid season with 1,155 yards passing and 10 TDs. Arizona is second in the league in scoring averaging 37 points a game. The Steelers will once again play without starting QB Ben Roethlisberger. The Cardinals will have a tough time on the Heinz Field turf. Pittsburgh pulls a slight upset… Pittsburgh 37, Arizona 31.

Cincinnati @ Buffalo

If Atlanta isn’t the hottest team in the NFL, then it must be Cincinnati. The Bengals moved to 5-0 with an impressive 27-24 win over Seattle. Andy Dalton is in command of the offense. Cincy has a powerful running game with Gio Bernard and Jeremy Hill. A.J. Green has had a few career days this season and the defense is doing just enough. Head coach Marvin Lewis and the Bengals will have to travel to Buffalo to take on a 3-2 Bills team that can be dangerous. Cincinnati may run out of luck in this one… Buffalo 20, Cincinnati 17.

Denver @ Cleveland
The Browns got a huge win over Baltimore last week as Josh McCown threw for 457 yards. Cleveland will be at home but will face the league’s best defense. The Broncos recorded another pick six last week when Some Guy intercepted and returned a Derek Carr pass for a touchdown. While Cleveland is excited, they won’t beat Denver… Denver 31, Cleveland 17.

Carolina @ Seattle
Surprisingly, the Carolina Panthers are 4-0 as they head to Seattle to face the Seahawks. Head coach Pete Carroll’s club blew a 24-7 lead last week in an overtime loss to Cincinnati. But, Seattle always plays well at home and the crowd could be a problem for Carolina QB Cam Newton. The Panthers are built much like Seattle with a running game that is fourth in the league and a defense that is third in scoring defense yielding just under 18 points a game. Give the edge to the home team… Seattle 24, Carolina 17.

San Diego @ Green Bay
Can anyone beat the Packers at Lambeau Field? Probably not San Diego. The Chargers have one of the league’s more prolific offenses, but the team’s defense is suspect. In their first four games, San Diego’s defense gave up at least 24 points in each. Still, the Chargers offense may be enough. On the other side of the ball, Aaron Rodgers is the league’s best QB. The Packers are efficient, play great defense, and get great effort from those that need to give. Another win at Lambeau… Green Bay 35, San Diego 20.

Baltimore @ San Francisco
A few years ago, this game was for a Super Bowl champion. In 2015, the two teams meet to try and get out of last place in their respective journey. Each team has just one win on the season. The 49ers offense has been pathetic. Going into last Sunday night’s game with the New York Giants, San Francisco had scored just 48 points in 4 games. The offense, under QB Colin Kaepernick, has struggled to say the least. The Ravens aren’t much better. They lost to division rival and patsy Cleveland last Sunday. It’s a long trip to the West Coast… San Francisco 17, Baltimore 13.

New England @ Indianapolis
This has been a marquee matchup that past two seasons. The Colts are still leading the AFC South, albeit with a 3-2 record. They did manage to beat Houston 27-20 last week. The task ahead is much tougher as the Patriots stand in the way. New England is clearly the NFL’s best team right now. At 4-0, quarterback Tom Brady is as good as ever. He has 1,112, good for fifth best in the NFL, yards through the air. At Indianapolis, the Colts have a shot, but the Pats are just too good… New England 27, Indianapolis 20.

NY Giants @ Philadelphia
It’s an NFC East classic on Monday night. The Giants and Eagles will battle next Monday from Philadelphia. The Eagles were able to pull off a somewhat impressive 39-17 victory over New Orleans. The Giants battled San Francisco last Sunday night. The winner still has a good shot a postseason berth. The loser will be hurting its chances at making the playoffs. At home, take a chance on an improving Philly team… Philadelphia 22, NY Giants 19.


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