2018 Week 6 NFL Odds, Schedules & Predictions for All Games

Week 6 NFL Odds, Schedules & Predictions

Week 5 brought some surprises, like the Vikings’ upset win over the reigning Super Bowl champions, Philadelphia Eagles. But, what are the NFL latest lines show in Week 6? Let’s dig in and find out.

2018 Week 6 NFL Odds Schedules & Predictions for All Games

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Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants (+2.5)

The Eagles were upset by the Vikings on Sunday 23-21 at home. Nevertheless, they might not need a winning record to win the NFC East the way teams are playing in that division. If you recall, the Eagles lost just three games last year; but, this season they’re already 2-3 early on in the season. I expect the Giants to win this game even if they’re equally not playing well so far.

Tampa Bay Bucs at Atlanta Falcons (-4)

Don’t expect to see either of these teams hold off each other’s offense. Both defenses suck. Tampa Bay is coming off their bye with Jameis Winston set to return at the quarterback position. But, Atlanta will look to get back in the saddle after being crushed by Pittsburgh, 41-17 on Sunday for which I’m taking the home team.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals (-3)

The Bengals are in the driver’s spot in the AFC North after their 27-17 comeback win over Miami on Sunday. Michael Johnson evened out the score with a returned interception while Sam Hubbard ran for 19 yards off of a fumble to clinch the win. It’s a hard call, but I’m siding with the home team.

LA Chargers at Cleveland Browns (+1.5)

The Browns are 3rd in the AFC North after defeating the Ravens on Sunday. This is a marked improvement from last year’s results even if they’ve only won two games so far. The Chargers meanwhile did away with Oakland 26-10. I believe the Browns can hold strong so I’m taking Cleveland ATS.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders (+2.5)

The NFL is crossing the Atlantic with this game which will be played in London. Oakland is in a slump after losing to the Chargers on Sunday while the Seahawks covered against the Rams though losing 33-31 at home. I’m going with Oakland on this one to cover.

Chicago Bears at Miami Dolphins (pick’em)

The Bears are having a good run this season with standout players such as Khalil Mack playing at an MVP level. Chicago is also coming off of a bye week and they’ll be rested to face this Dolphins who are probably reeling after losing to Cincinnati last Sunday. I’m going with the Bears.

Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings (-10)

The Cardinals finally broke through their losing streak and won their first game this season. The Vikings, meanwhile, defeated the Eagles and picked up steam which should carry them forward to a win in this game. Take the Vikings.

Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets (-3)

Sam Darnold probably had the best game of his career so far when he led the Jets past the Broncos last week. The Colts didn’t play on Sunday and had a few days rest time, but I’m going with the Jets.

Carolina Panthers at Washington Redskins (-2.5)

The NFL latest line could change by game time depending on how things go for the Redskins on Monday Night Football in New Orleans. The Panthers just barely got away with a win over the Giants on Sunday. Kicker Graham Gano hit a 63-yard field goal with a second left on the clock. I’m going with the Panthers.

Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans (-8.5)

The Bills handed the Tennessee Titans with an upset 13-12 win on Sunday. With little time left on the clock, Stephen Hauschka hit a 46-yard field goal to seal the deal. I’m going with the home team though, so it’s Houston for me.

LA Rams at Denver Broncos (+6.5)

The Rams are one of only two teams that remain undefeated this season after a crazy game in Seattle on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Broncos sucked in losing to a Jets team that wasn’t all too good, either. I think the Rams will win, but the Broncos will cover, though.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Dallas Cowboys (+1.5)

Though the Jags mounted an offensive drive that gained over 5000 yards, it turned the ball over more than five times which led to the Chiefs winning the game. Even if Blake Bortles is an up-and-down QB and you never know when he’ll play well, I’m going with the Jags, nevertheless.

Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans (+1.5)

The Titans have gotten away with some close wins that got them to a 3-2 record. They lost to Buffalo on Sunday as did the Ravens, but I’m siding with Baltimore to win this game.

Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (-3.5)

This is an important game if only for the fact the Chiefs look to stay undefeated in the AFC. The Patriots are on a two-game win streak and will hand the Chiefs their first loss. Take the Pats.

San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers (-7.5)

The Packers took a loss in Detroit last weekend. Kicker Mason Crosby missed four field goals while Aaron Rodgers fumbled the ball twice, so you could say things weren’t going Green Bay’s way. The Niners lost to the previously winless Cardinals and seem shaky without Garoppolo. I’m going with Green Bay.