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NFL Week 6 Picks & Predictions:
Updated: November 2021

NFL WEEK 6 PREDICTIONS

 

 

 

TB-PHI
Just when you thought Tampa Bay might have a letdown, they crush Miami by 28. Philadelphia is inconsistent, if anything. They took full advantage of Christian McCaffrey not playing last week but still only managed to beat the Panthers 21-18. The Eagles will be clearly outmatched in this one. Plus, they haven’t beaten a Tampa Bay team since 2013… TAMPA BAY 36, PHILADELPHIA 20

 

MIA-JAX
What happened to Miami? The Dolphins are just 1-4 and part of the reason is playing without starting QB Tua Tagovailoa. Another part of it is defense. Miami has lost three straight giving up 35, 31, 27, and 45 points in the process. The good thing about this week’s game is Jacksonville is simply awful. The Jags give up over 408 yards and 30 points per game. You can’t win a lot doing that. Plus, there’s the whole Urban Meyer issue… MIAMI 19, JACKSONVILLE 17

 

LAR-NYG
The Giants. Saquon Barkley, out. Daniel Jones, likely out. The Giants are a walking wounded, which will not help against a very talented Los Angeles Rams team. The Rams are 4-1 and have one of the best offenses in the league with new QB Matthew Stafford running the show. The defense is starting to come around too and should have no problem shutting down a Giants team that could be missing some key offensive pieces… LA RAMS 28, NY GIANTS 10

 

KC-WAS
The Chiefs will be looking for a bounce-back win over Washington. The Football Team will be looking for the same as they let some opportunities get away in a loss to the Saints last week. Kansas City is now 2-3 and can’t afford many more losses. It’s hard to believe, but the Chiefs are in last place in the AFC West. This is a game KC should win and they have to come through in those types of games. The vaunted Washington defense is giving up 31 points a game. That ranks 31st in the NFL. Patrick Mahomes will eat that up… KANSAS CITY 33, WASHINGTON 29

 

MIN-CAR
Minnesota heads to Carolina on the heels of an unimpressive 19-17 last-second field goal win over Detroit. The Vikings offense has scored 26 points in its last two games. The Panthers defense has given up the fewest points (87) in the league so far. Defense wins games, which it will have to for Carolina in the absence of star RB Christian McCaffrey… CAROLINA 24, MINNESOTA 17

 

LAC-BAL
The Chargers Justin Herbert is the frontrunner in the race for the NFL MVP. In last week’s win over Cleveland, Herbert threw for 398 yards and four touchdowns. The Chargers are a complete team too, excelling on defense as well. LA runs into Baltimore at home where the Ravens are tough. Baltimore was 3-1 before facing Indy on Monday night. This could be the week’s best game. Chargers in a close one… LA CHARGERS 29, BALTIMORE 27

 

ARI-CLE
The Browns just can’t seem to buy a win. They gained 500 yards of offense and scored 42 points last week and still lost. The loss leaves them 3-2. Still, there is the potential for an upset looming here. The Cardinals (5-0) are due for a letdown. It didn’t come last week as Arizona beat San Francisco. With the Browns at home, the upset is bound to happen… CLEVELAND 31, ARIZONA 30

 

LV-DEN
The Raiders won both games against Denver last year scoring 32 points or more in both games. The Broncos defense is better this year, but the Broncos proved they still have a long way to go when Pittsburgh beat them last Sunday. The Raiders edged the Broncos 32-31 in Denver last year. With the whole Jon Gruden email thing, the Broncos might have a shot at a win… DENVER 28, LAS VEGAS 24

 

DAL-NE
A few years ago, this would have been the marquee game of the day. Not now, however Dallas appears to be one of the best teams in the NFC after beating the Giants 44-20 last week. The offense is outstanding. Dallas is first in the NFL in total offense (439.6 ypg) and second in scoring (34.0 ppg). The Patriots have a rookie quarterback – Mac Jones – and will not be able to keep pace with the high-powered Dallas offense… DALLAS 34, NEW ENGLAND 24

 

SEA-PIT
The Steelers got a much-needed win last week beating Denver at home. Pittsburgh found a way to run the ball as rookie Najee Harris ran for 122 yards against the Broncos. Now, the Steelers will face a Seahawks team that lost QB Russell Wilson to a finger injury. He’ll be out roughly four to eight weeks. Geno Smith will take over, but the Seahawks will struggle, especially against a very good Pittsburgh defense… PITTSBURGH 29, SEATTLE 22

 

BUF-TEN
The Bills will play a second consecutive primetime game. They avenged last year’s two losses to the Chiefs with a 38-20 win last Sunday night. KC would like to avenge last year’s 42-16 loss to the Titans. Tennessee is 3-2 after a win over Jacksonville, but the Titans defense is suspect and allows 26 points per game. Buffalo has scored 35 or more points in each of its past four games. Those were, of course, all wins… BUFFALO 35, TENNESSEE 17

 

 

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New York Giants @ New England Patriots
Tom Brady kept the Patriots unbeaten with three touchdown passes last week against listless Washington. Now, it’s on to the next NFC East notch in the belt – the New York Giants. The Daniel Jones magic ran out as the rookie quarterback lost his first game. The Giants managed just 211 yards of offense against Minnesota and the New England defense is even better. It won’t be a fun trip to Foxborough this week… New England 37, NY Giants 17

 

Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Bucs
Kyle Allen has now won four straight starts (including last season’s finale) and the Panthers are 3-2 after beating Jacksonville last week. RB Christian McCaffrey is a man on a mission after becoming the first player since Jim Brown to total 175 or more yards in four a season’s first five games. He’ll face a Bucs defense that was leading the league against the run heading into Week 5. With the Bucs at home, it might be time for an upset… Tampa Bay 28, Carolina 27

 

Seattle Seahawks @ Cleveland Browns
The Seahawks kicked off Week 5 with a thrilling come-from-behind win over the Rams last Thursday. Russell Wilson has been on fire. The Browns were 2-2 before a Monday night game with the 49ers. Their offense is flying high, but the defense is suspect. Cleveland has yet to win a game at home. That streak will continue… Seattle 27, Cleveland 23

 

Houston Texans @ Kansas City Chiefs
Wow! The Texans offense exploded last week putting up 592 total yards and 53 points in a win over Atlanta. Ironically, the NFL’s most explosive offense, the Chiefs, was held to just 13 points last week in a loss to Indianapolis. The 13 points were the fewest since QB Patrick Mahomes became the Chiefs starter. Sunday’s game could be a shootout at Arrowhead Stadium. Look for the Chiefs to bounce back… Kansas City 44, Houston 38

 

Washington Redskins @ Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins had a week off to rest up for the NFL’s ultimate pillow fight of the week. Barring a tie, at least one team will walk away with a victory on Sunday. The Redskins were picked apart by Tom Brady and the Patriots last week. The offense struggled, but they go up against a defense that has surrendered 30 or more points in each of its first four games. This is a toss-up, so give the advantage to the rested team playing at home… Miami 17, Washington 13

 

San Francisco 49ers @Los Angeles Rams
For the first time all season, the 49ers will face an opponent with a winning record. Sure, the Niners are playing well defensively – they are third in the league in rush and total defense – but consider the teams they have played. The Steelers, for example, average just 67 yards a game on the ground. Facing the Rams will be a whole different ordeal for San Francisco. The Rams have won three of the last four in the series including both games last year… LA Rams 42, San Francisco 33

 

Atlanta Falcons @ Arizona Cardinals
Is there anything worse than a defense that gives up 592 yards of offense? Surprisingly, the Falcons, who got torched by Houston last week, give up fewer yards per game than their Week 6 opponent Arizona. The Cardinals, which got their first win last week against Cincinnati, give up 411.8 yards a game to Atlanta’s 378.2. The Falcons might not fix everything, but the experience of QB Matt Ryan will prevail over the youth of Arizona QB Kyler Murray on Sunday… Atlanta 28, Arizona 21

 

Tennessee Titans @ Denver Broncos
Denver picked up its first win of the season last week when the Broncos surprised the Chargers. Philip Lindsay rushed for 114 of Denver’s 191 yards to lead the way. The Broncos will need more of that on Sunday against Tennessee. The Titans ran into Buffalo last week and found out the Bills defense is for real. Tennessee should be able to give Denver a heavy dose of RB Derrick Henry which will open up the passing game for QB Marcus Mariota… Tennessee 20, Denver 17

 

Dallas Cowboys @ New York Jets
The Cowboys will be looking to get back on track after losing two straight to New Orleans and Green Bay just last week. The Jets, unfortunately, will take the brunt of the punishment on Sunday. New York, which has been playing without starting quarterback Sam Darnold, who is out with mononucleosis, is dead last in the NFL in total offense. The Jets average a measly 179.5 yards per game and are now 0-4. Only the Dolphins have scored fewer points… Dallas 34, NY Jets 10

 

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Chargers
The Steelers are in trouble. With QB Ben Roethlisberger out for the season, Mason Rudolph was supposed to be the starter the rest of the season. Last Sunday, he left Pittsburgh’s game with Baltimore after taking a vicious hit from Earl Thomas. Devlin Hodges, an undrafted rookie from Samford, is now the only quarterback on Pittsburgh’s roster. The Chargers are teetering on the brink as well. After a loss to Denver last week, the Chargers are now 2-3. But, they are playing at home and have a veteran quarterback in Philip Rivers… LA Chargers 24, Pittsburgh 20

 

Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers
If someone would have said an early-season Monday night NFC North clash between the Lions and Packers would be for the division lead back in August, the response would have been a collective “yeah right.” But, that is exactly the case. The Packers are 4-1 after a big win over Dallas last week. The Lions (2-1-1) had an extra week to prepare for Green Bay, a team they have now beaten four times in a row. Detroit won both games last season and both in 2017. It’s an impressive streak considering the Lions had won just four of the previous 23 games in the series. Can the Lions make it five straight? Not likely…
Green Bay 31, Detroit 27

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Philadelphia @ NY Giants
Can it get any worse for the Giants? After battling to take a late 31-30 lead over Carolina last Sunday, they watched as Panthers K Graham Gano hit a 63-yard field goal with one second to play. It dropped the Giants to 1-4. Now, they face the Eagles who have lost two straight. The Giants have beaten the Eagles just once in the last eight tries. Make it nine… Philadelphia 27, NY Giants 24.

 

Tampa Bay @ Atlanta
After starting the season with two wins and some Fitz-Magic, the Bucs got a much needed extra week to prepare for Atlanta. The Falcons are a surprising 1-4 after getting drilled by Pittsburgh last week. In Atlanta, the Falcons will be tough to beat. They have beaten Tampa Bay in three straight. That is likely to become four in a row… Atlanta 31, Tampa Bay 28.

 

Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati
The Bengals sit at the top of the AFC North at 4-1. Pittsburgh needed a big 41-17 win over Atlanta last week to even its record at 2-2-1. As is customary in a Steelers-Bengals matchup, there will be plenty of violence. One thing is for sure. Sunday’s game will be physical. Cincinnati is somehow fourth in the NFL in scoring averaging 30.6 points per game. They are also unbeaten at home this season. Pittsburgh has won the last six straight against the Bengals. Something has to give… Pittsburgh 27, Cincinnati 24.

 

LA Chargers @ Cleveland
After disposing of Oakland last week, the Chargers get another shot at a win when they travel to Cleveland. These aren’t the same Browns though. QB Baker Mayfield threw for 342 yards last week and led the Browns to a 12-9 overtime win over Baltimore. The Browns and Chargers have played in each of the past three seasons. L.A. is 2-1. Could the Browns really win two in a row? Nah… LA Chargers 27, Cleveland 20.

 

Seattle @ Oakland
The Seahawks lost a tough one to the Rams last week giving up nine fourth quarter points in a 33-31 defeat. At 2-3, Seattle is still very much alive in the playoff race in the NFC. The Raiders are 1-4 after a brutal 26-10 loss to the Chargers. Oakland can’t run the ball – 95.2 yards per game, 24th in the NFL – and the defense is porous (29.8 points per game, 29th). Even playing at home will not be enough… Seattle 28, Oakland 14.

 

Chicago @ Miami
After a 3-0 start, Miami has dropped two straight to fall to 3-2. The Dolphins’ offense averages just 19.8 points a game. The Bears defense is the best Miami has seen so far this season. Chicago gives up 16.3 points a game, third in the NFL. The Bears and Dolphins have played just times in the 2000s. Miami is 3-1. Chicago’s only win came in 2010 in Miami. Khalil Mack and company will be too much… Chicago 21, Miami 18.

 

Arizona @ Minnesota
The Vikings pulled themselves right back into the thick of the NFC North race with a 23-21 win over Philadelphia last week. They face Arizona, which scored its first win of the season last week a 28-18 victory over San Francisco. The Cardinals will continue to play with rookie quarterback Josh Rosen. The Vikings defense will be too much for the young QB to overcome… Minnesota 33, Arizona 20.

 

Indianapolis @ NY Jets
The Jets are streaky. Last week, Isaiah Crowell rushed for 219 yards and rookie QB Sam Darnold completed just 10 passes but three were for touchdowns in a 34-16 win over Denver. The Colts played well but lost to New England last week to drop to 1-4. The 10-day layoff between games might be exactly what the Colts need to get healthy. The last time the Jets faced Indianapolis at home? That was 2016 and the Colts scored a 41-10 win. Watch for it to happen again… Indianapolis 35, NY Jets 23.

 

Carolina @ Washington
Despite losing rookie Derrius Guice for the season, the Redskins have found a running game behind veteran Adrian Peterson. He is a big part of Washington’s early success in 2018. They will host 3-1 Carolina, a team the Redskins have not beaten since 2006, on Sunday. Washington has lost five straight to the Panthers. The last loss was in 2016, a 26-15 defeat also in Washington. Carolina has the No. 1 running game in the NFL. That will make a difference… Carolina 28, Washington 20.

 

Buffalo @ Houston
The Bills and Texans may be the two NFL teams that no one can figure out. After starting the season 0-2, the Bills dismantled Minnesota 27-6. After getting blanked by Green Bay, Buffalo beat Tennessee 13-12 last week. Houston started the season 0-3 and has won two straight following a 19-16 win over Dallas last Sunday night. The two teams have played just eight times and the series is locked at 4-4. Houston has won the last two in the series when playing at home. That could be the difference… Houston 23, Buffalo 17.

 

LA Rams @ Denver
The Rams are the best team in the NFC. At 5-0, the Rams have the best offense in the NFL and one of the best defenses. Denver fell to 2-3 after a surprising blowout loss to the New York Jets. The Broncos offense is scoring only 20 points per game and the defense is giving up points by the bunches (26.2 per game). Since 2000, the Rams are 4-1 against Denver with the only loss coming in 2002 in Denver. The Rams did win the last time they played in Denver (2010) and should overpower the Broncos again… LA Rams 34, Denver 28.

 

Jacksonville @ Dallas
The Jags took one on the chin from Kansas City in a game where QB Blake Bortles threw four interceptions. Jacksonville had 502 yards of offense but lost 30-14 dropping their record to 3-2. The Cowboys lost a close one (19-16) to Houston last week. The Dallas passing game is awful (172 yards per game, 30th in the NFL) leading to just 16.6 points per game (30th). The last time these two teams played was 2014. Dallas won 31-17 in Jacksonville. Look for the Jags to return the favor… Jacksonville 32, Dallas 18.

 

Baltimore @ Tennessee
Expect both the Ravens and Titans to be reeling after close unexpected losses last week. The Ravens fell to Cleveland 12-9 in overtime. Tennessee turned the ball over three times in a 13-12 loss to Buffalo. Both Baltimore and Tennessee play outstanding defense. The Ravens are second in scoring defense (15.4 points a game) and the Titans are fourth (17.2). The difference is on offense where Baltimore has the NFL’s eighth-best passing offense (305 yards per game) and averages 26.1 points a game compared to Tennessee’s 17.4… Baltimore 24, Tennessee 21.

 

Kansas City @ New England
Sunday night’s Chiefs-Patriots clash could be a preview of the AFC title game. The two teams met last in year in an epic battle won by Kansas City which scored three fourth quarter touchdowns in a 42-21 victory. The Chiefs are off to a 5-0 start. New England recovered from two September losses to move to 3-2 after beating Miami and Indianapolis in consecutive weeks. Kansas City won in Foxborough last year. It’s not happening again… New England 34, Kansas City 33.

 

San Francisco @ Green Bay
The 49ers are without starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo for the remainder of the season. C.J. Beathard has filled in, but his performance last week left much to be desired. Beathard did complete 34-of-54 passes for 349 yards against Arizona but his four turnovers (two interceptions, two fumbles) were the big reason why the 49ers lost to the Cardinals 28-18. Now, the Niners head to Green Bay to face the Packers. History is on San Francisco’s side. The 49ers won at Lambeau Field the last two times they played their (2012, 2014) and since 2010, San Francisco is 9-1 on Monday night. Don’t expect the streaks to last… Green Bay 27, San Francisco 20.


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