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Bet on 2019 NFL Week 6
Off to London, we go for another NFL game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the continuation of the International Series. Is the league getting Londoners prepped for their own NFL team by playing four games throughout the season across the pond? There are plenty of mouth-watering matchups here in the States with two Super Bowl rematch games, a few division matchups and numerous interconference tilts to spice up the betting week. It is the lightest week on the schedule to date with the Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts and Oakland Raiders all taking it off.
The New England Patriots have appeared in the most Super Bowls and won the most title games, but they failed to beat the New York Giants twice when meeting in the final game of a season. That probably means little now, but the two quarterbacks from those games following the 2007 and 2011 seasons are still kicking. The teams kick off the betting week from Foxboro on Thursday Night Football.
The Giants and Pats have met once since their last Super Bowl encounter with Tom Brady getting a small measure of revenge against Eli Manning with a 27-26 win in 2015. However, nothing will take the sting of coming oh so close to a perfect season away from the Patriots. There aren’t many left from that 2007 squad that entered Super Bowl XLII with an 18-0 record.
The Giants posted one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history winning 17-14 as a 12-point dog, and David Tyree secured a spot in New York sports history with his ‘helmet catch’ on the game-winning drive. Recent years haven’t been so kind to Manning and the Giants, though. The G-Men have just one playoff appearance and zero wins since beating the Pats, 21-17, in Super Bowl XLVI.
Now that we’ve taken a stroll down memory lane, let’s get back to the action. And there’s plenty of it in Week 6. Since the league started the International Series in 2007, all but two teams have been a part of it. That number will be sliced in half when the Carolina Panthers take part for the first time playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fans are treated to a full Sunday of football with that game starting at 9:30 a.m. ET.
The 1972 Miami Dolphins are the only team to finish a perfect season and they knocked off the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII to accomplish the feat. Guess what? Those teams meet in the early Sunday window from South Beach. We also have a rematch of the NFC Championship Game from two years ago only this time the Eagles and Vikings meet in Minnesota. The teams did play last season with the Vikings squeezing out a 23-21 win.
We have one divisional matchup in the late afternoon window with the San Francisco 49ers making their final appearance to the LA Memorial Coliseum for a showdown with the Rams. The LA teams are expected to move into their gazillion dollar stadium in time for the 2020 campaign leaving plenty of memories behind on the Coliseum turf.
Two teams that can score are featured on Sunday night when the Chargers take on the Steelers. Pittsburgh’s offense has a different look this season, but it still has Big Ben launching aerials, and it doesn’t matter that Antonio Brown isn’t on the receiving end. Philip Rivers is still slinging it for LA and the two have put up some enormous point totals cashing the over in four of the last five meetings.
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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