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NFL Week 6 odds: A case for each favorite

Looking at the NFL Week 6 odds, we examine how each favorite can not only win their respective game but cover the spread.

Washington Commanders at Chicago Bears (-1)

The Bears are usually at a stark disadvantage in terms of the quarterback. This week, that’s not the case.

San Francisco 49ers (-5.5) at Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta has been frisky, but the 49ers are one of the best teams in the league with a great defense. Expect San Francisco to force turnovers and run away.

New England Patriots at Cleveland Browns (-3)

The Patriots have been fun with Bailey Zappe under center, but the Browns are the better team with a quality defense, and they’re at home.


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New York Jets at Green Bay Packers (-7)

If the Packers aren’t incredibly motivated for this one, they should give it up.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts (-2)

The Colts have a mini bye leading into this game, and they’re at home with the potential of Jonathan Taylor returning to the backfield.

Minnesota Vikings (-3) at Miami Dolphins

Minnesota is catching the Dolphins at the right time with Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater both unfortunately in concussion protocols.

Cincinnati Bengals (-1.5) at New Orleans Saints

The Bengals should be able to get right offensively against the Saints, who haven’t lived up to their defensive talent thus far in 2022.

Baltimore Ravens (-4.5) at New York Giants

This will be fun with Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale facing his old team, but the Ravens are clearly more talented in all three phases.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-8) at Pittsburgh Steelers

No game features a bigger gulf between the rosters. Tampa Bay should run and hide from Pittsburgh by halftime.


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Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles Rams (-11)

P.J. Walker is starting for the Panthers, who currently don’t have a permanent head coach. If the Rams can’t blow them out, at home, they should give it up.

Arizona Cardinals (-3) at Seattle Seahawks

Arizona is favored largely because people believe in Kyler Murray. At some point, he has to showcase his talents, but the Cards are the more talented team.

Buffalo Bills (-2) at Kansas City Chiefs

Huge respect for the Bills, who are the first team to be favored on the road against Patrick Mahomes. They have the more explosive team and ample motivation after 13 Seconds.

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (-5)

The Eagles have the better quarterback and the better coach. They’ll also have an insanely excited home crowd.

Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers (-5.5)

Have you seen Russell Wilson?

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