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2019 NFL Week 6 Betting
Five weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Week 5 saw the Houston Texans vent some frustration upon the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos log their first win of the season, the Indianapolis Colts avenge their playoff defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers let it be known that they’re for real after taking the Cleveland Browns out behind the woodshed and serving up a good ‘ol fashioned beating on Monday Night Football. Week 6 has four teams on bye which includes the Oakland Raiders who sprung a pretty surprising upset in London over the Chicago Bears. All of the 28 other teams will be in live action so let’s dig into the prime time games and see what they offer up!
New York vs. New England (-17, 42)
Carolina vs. Tampa Bay (+2.5, 47.5)
Cincinnati vs. Baltimore (-12, 48)
Seattle vs. Cleveland (+2, 46.5)
Houston vs. Kansas City (-4, 55.5)
New Orleans vs. Jacksonville (-1, 43.5)
Philadelphia vs. Minnesota (-3, 44)
Washington vs. Miami (+3, 41)
San Francisco vs. Los Angeles (-3, 50.5)
Atlanta vs. Arizona (+2.5, 51.5)
Dallas vs. New York (+7, 44.5)
Tennessee vs. Denver (-2, 40.5)
Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles (-6.5, 41)
Detroit vs. Green Bay (-4, 47)
Week 6 kicks off in Foxborough where the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots will attempt to remain one of two undefeated teams against the New York Giants in this week’s installment of Thursday Night Football. The last few Thursday nighters have been very entertaining with the Eagles going into Lambeau Field and defeating the Packers and the Seahawks squeaking out a win against the division rival Rams. This week’s matchup doesn’t look like it will follow suit with the Patriots lined the biggest favorites of the Week 6 slate. If nothing else, it will be interesting to see how rookie quarterback Daniel Jones fares against one of the most menacing defenses in the league.
These teams last run up against one another back in 2015 when the Patriots escaped MetLife Stadium with a 27-26 win that saw them grossly fail to cover the closing 7-point spread. The ATS defeat was New England’s fifth straight against the G-Men who famously ruined their perfect season in Super Bowl XLII.
The Steelers squaring off against the Chargers looked great on paper heading into the regular season. Little did NBC know that Ben Roethlisberger wouldn’t be under center for Pittsburgh and that the Steelers would be down to their third stringer after backup QB Mason Rudolph was concussed the week prior. On top of that, the Chargers have suffered a myriad of injuries that has the team a shell of its former self as it looks to bounce back from an ugly home defeat to the then winless Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football. Pittsburgh’s defense has been playing out of its mind of late, so it will likely be up to that unit to keep this game competitive considering the Bolts are laying a touchdown after getting 3-points in their visit to Heinz Field last season.
These teams have crossed paths three times dating back to 2012, and it’s the Chargers that’ve come out the pointspread victor in two of those matchups with the over cashing in twice. Philip Rivers and company staged a dramatic comeback to log the outright win last season when they scored 18 fourth quarter points which included 10 in the final four minutes to secure the shocking 33-30 triumph.
A battle for first place in the NFC North is set to go down on the “Frozen Tundra” on Monday Night Football when Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions square off against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. The Cheeseheads will be out to exact a bit of revenge after Detroit swept the season rivalry from them last year to move to 4-0 SU and ATS in the last four overall meetings. Green Bay bounced back nicely from its defeat at home to the Philadelphia Eagles by taking it to the Cowboys in Big D last week. Last we saw the Lions in live action, they dropped a heartbreaker at home to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs but still managed to cover the closing NFL odds to move to 3-1 ATS for the season.
Matt Patricia’s troops enter the Monday nighter off a bye which has been a moneymaking trend for Lions backers with the team going 6-1 SU and ATS the last seven times. Green Bay has been held to 0 and 17 points the last two times it hosted the Lions, but both matchups were played without No. 12 in the mix. That won’t be the case this time around…
NFL Week 6 Betting Schedule - October 10-14
BYE WEEK: Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, Oakland Raiders
NFL Regular Season Schedule
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