Week Six Predictions

20141007upnext600 (1)Last week was a very good one for my predictions as I did well both straight up and against the spread. Five weeks through the season, we are starting to get a very good idea of what teams are going to look like the rest of the year. Of course, the beauty is that everything in the NFL can change within a week. With 14 games this weekend, it should once again be another very exciting slate of games.

Last week: 12-3, Season: 47-29

Last week against the spread: 10-5, Season: 36-40

Game of the weak: Jaguars vs Titans: After an offseason with raised expectations, the Jaguars have really struggled in their first five games. The Titans have also struggled after a surprising week one win against the Chiefs. Most recently, they just blew a 28-3 home lead against the Browns. At this point, it looks like both teams will be selecting in the top seven picks of the 2015 draft. Jaguars 17 Titans (-5.5) 21

Game of the week: Cowboys vs Seahawks: Up to this point, the Cowboys are one of if not the biggest surprises around the league. While they’re 4-1, it’s not like these wins have really come against top tier competition. A victory on the road in Seattle would completely change that. The Seahawks offense was firing on all cylinders coming off their bye and this is also a true test for a Cowboys defense that many felt would be the worst unit in the league. At this time, Russell Wilson and company are still the team to beat, but the Cowboys can really show what they’re capable of in this one. Cowboys 20 Seahawks (-8.5) 30

Lions 17 Vikings (+1.5) 23

Ravens 24 Buccaneers (+3.5) 20

Broncos 34 Jets (+9.5) 16

Patriots 26 Bills (+3.5) 21

Panthers 17 Bengals (-7.5) 23

Steelers 27 Browns (-1.5) 23

Packers 28 Dolphins (+3.5) 21

Chargers 30 Raiders (+7.5) 17

Bears 26 Falcons (-3.5) 30

Redskins 16 Cardinals (-3.5) 23

Giants 26 Eagles (-3.5) 30

49ers 27 Rams (+3.5) 17

 

 

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