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NFL Week 6 Schedule with Week 6 Betting Lines
Thursday, October 12
It was hard to forecast this at the start of the season, but you could argue that the Eagles and Panthers have the two best teams in the NFC a little over a quarter of the way into the campaign.
Sunday, October 15
With J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus both going down last week to injuries, the once-vaunted Texans defense looks like a shell of its old self. The best panacea for an ailing defense just happens to be coming to NRG Stadium, though.
The Patriots are not surprisingly the first double-digit road favorite of the season. What is surprising? These two teams are both tied with the same record at the top of the AFC East at 3-2. Imagine how crazy the New York Post would go if the Jets pulled off this upset!
Fresh off of their bye, the Falcons should have no problem with a Miami team that hasn't been able to get out of its
Two of the highest-octane offenses in the NFL are set to go against each other in Week 6. That said, both Matthew Stafford and Drew Brees are playing around teams that have no business contending for the Super Bowl, and both are just trying to will their substandard squads to the postseason.
The way Aaron Rodgers pull one out of the fire last week against Dallas was fantastic and could set the Packers up for a nice run here through the middle part of the schedule.
Baltimore might be the toughest team in the NFL to handicap nowadays. The Ravens have had far too many instances this year where they've looked unbeatable. Yet it's hard to forget that whooping Jacksonville put on them in London.
Jay Gruden has already beaten one of his offensive disciples this year in Sean McVay. He could handle another one on Sunday if he can take care of Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers.
The two most chic teams in the NFL are playing against each other in Week 6. This isn't the sexiest game of the week, but it might be the most well-balanced between Jacksonville's budding defense and L.A.'s budding offense.
It's a wonder how Arizona is favored against anyone with the way it has played since losing David Johnson to injury. The Bucs will inevitably trot a new kicker out when they go to the desert after Nick Folk cost them last week's game against New England.
The Chiefs have already avenged postseason losses of the past once this season at New England. They'd love to do it again versus a reeling Pittsburgh team that can nary afford a third loss so early in the season.
The E.J. Manuel experiment was a disaster for the Raiders last week against Baltimore. This game will stay off the board until we know for sure that Derek Carr is going to miss a second straight game.
The Giants lost four receivers to injuries last week against the Chargers. If none of Odell Beckham, Sterling Shepard or Brandon Marshall come back this week, you could be seeing a group of receivers with fewer than 50 career receptions going against two of the best corners in the NFL.
Monday, October 16
Andrew Luck could be back in the lineup any day now. Jacoby Brissett has handled the pressure of being a starting quarterback nicely, but this is a different challenge against an underrated Tennessee defense.
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