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Straight-up Record: 55-21-1
ATS Record: 42-33-2
Week 6 Byes: Las Vegas Raiders, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Chargers, Seattle Seahawks
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans (-3.5)
Titans 27, Texans 20
The Titans will roll to 5-0 with a big win over the Texans.
Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts (-7.5)
Colts 23, Bengals 16
Joe Burrow and the Bengals will cover, but the Colts will come out with the victory.
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings (-4)
Vikings 31, Falcons 24
Even without Dalvin Cook, the Vikings will have a strong offensive showing and knock off the Falcons. The Falcons will not get a momentum boost from firing Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff.
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots (-8)
Patriots 31, Broncos 13
Washington Football Team at New York Giants (-2.5)
Giants 20, Football Team 17
The Giants have the superior quarterback, and they will win their first game of the season on a last-second field goal from Graham Gano.
Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles (+9.5)
Ravens 26, Eagles 16
The offense has sputtered, but the Ravens have had one of the best defenses all season. The defense will force several turnovers.
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5)
Steelers 31, Browns 21
The Browns will fail to win in Pittsburgh for yet another year as they fail to move the ball for most of the game. A less than 100 percent healthy Baker Mayfield will throw three interceptions.
Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers (-1)
Bears 26, Panthers 20 F/OT
Nick Foles and the Bears will win in Charlotte, ending Carolina’s three-game winning streak.
Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars (+3)
Lions 34, Jaguars 24
Matthew Stafford and the Lions will deliver a season-saving win on Sunday. Jacksonville will lose their fifth-straight.
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins (-9.5)
Dolphins 35, Jets 9
In the blowout of the week, the Dolphins will keep New York scoreless for three quarters Ryan Fitzpatrick will flirt with a perfect passer rating.
Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1)
Buccaneers 24, Packers 21
The Buccaneers will knock the Packers from the rank of the unbeaten and re-gain the lead in the NFC South.
Sunday Night Football:
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers (+2.5)
Rams 27, 49ers 18
The Rams will win their first game against a non-NFC East team, defeating the 49ers.
Monday Night Football Game 1:
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills (+5)
Chiefs 34, Bills 27
With something to prove after their loss to the Raiders, the Chiefs will come out and defeat the Bills in Buffalo.
Monday Night Football Game 2:
Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys (+1)
Cardinals 20, Cowboys 17 F/OT
In a surprisingly low scoring game, the Cardinals will win with an overtime field goal. Andy Dalton will perform reasonably well in his Dallas starting debut.
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