Week 6 NFL Picks

The season rolls along around the league and in Las Vegas this weekend with me feeling a lot like the Buffalo Bills.  Sure, I’m going to do my best to win, but what’s the point.  Yes, that is how bad the last couple of weeks have been.

Just like Todd Haley, I’m not interested in excuses.  So instead of harping on a horrific 5-9 week, it’s on to the week 6 games and a chance to get back up to .500 with a monster haul.

Once again, here is my best guess at this weekend’s games…  For the best return on your investment, choose the exact opposite of what I pick.


Last Week: 5-9
Season: 34-40-2

Seattle at Chicago (-7) – Bears

Miami at Green Bay (-3) – Packers

San Diego at St. Louis (+8.5) – Chargers

Baltimore at New England (-3) – Ravens

Detroit at NY Giants (-10) – Giants

Atlanta at Philadelphia (-3) – Eagles

Cleveland at Pittsburgh (-14) – Browns

New Orleans at Tampa Bay (+4.5) – Bucs

Kansas City at Houston (-4.5) – Chiefs

NY Jets at Denver (+3) – Jets

Oakland at San Francisco (-6.5) – Raiders

Dallas at Minnesota (-1.5) – Vikings

Indianapolis at Washington (+3) – Colts

Tennessee at Jacksonville (+3) – Titans

As of 3pm on Friday, Bodog had 6 games off the board, not a bad idea considering how nutty things have been going the past few weeks.

In response to the complete mixed bag we’ve seen lately, I’ve decided to just flip out.

Browns playing on the road against the Steelers in Big Ben’s return?  Sign me up!

The Bucs hosting the looking-to-rebound Super Bowl champs?  Sounds good to me!

Oakland winning a road game?  No doubt!

As for the Chiefs, I have very bad news for Todd Haley and Co.  I am feeling very confident about Kansas City’s chances this week, so much so that I have convinced half a dozen people today to pick them in their office pools.  Considering my recent history, the Chiefs could be in for a very, very long day in Houston on Sunday.  And I’m likely in for a longer one on Monday when my friends lose their pools by a game.

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