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NFL Week 6 lines: 5 best bets on favorites

Taking a look at the NFL Week 6 lines, we see five favorites who should both win and cover their respective spreads.

5. Los Angeles Rams (-9) at New York Giants

The Rams are laying nine points on the road, which is an astronomical amount. Still, Los Angeles is significantly better than the Giants, especially with New York ravaged by injuries. With a slew of offensive injuries, it’ll be hard for quarterback Daniel Jones — who is also coming off a concussion but will play on Sunday after clearing the protocol — to find open receivers against the Rams’ terrific secondary. It’s a mismatch all over.


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4. Dallas Cowboys (-2.5) at New England Patriots

Dallas is coming into Foxboro with a four-game winning streak, while the Patriots needed a big comeback to take down Davis Mills and the Houston Texans on Sunday. While the Cowboys’ defense still has some rough points against the pass, Patriots quarterback Mac Jones has been checking down and not finding the deep balls for chunk yardage. If that continues, it’s hard to see Dak Prescott losing this game, even with New England throwing a multitude of looks at him.

3. Green Bay Packers (-6) at Chicago Bears

The Packers come into this NFC North clash knowing they have the division locked down with a win. It’s an odd thing to write with more than half the season remaining, but barring serious injuries, Green Bay would be rolling towards a home playoff game and perhaps more. The Bears would be two games back with a loss at home, while the Minnesota Vikings are, at best, also two games back. Expect Aaron Rodgers to throw early and often while mixing in Aaron Jones on the ground.


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2. Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Washington Football Team

For Kansas City, this is a must-win. The Chiefs are 2-3 after being blown out by the Buffalo Bills in primetime, and trailing the Los Angeles Chargers by two games in the AFC West. Coming to the nation’s capital, Kansas City draws a Washington team without a slew of players including right guard Brandon Scherff, tight end Logan Thomas, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and others. Look for Patrick Mahomes and Co. to bounce back.

1. Denver Broncos (-4) vs. Las Vegas Raiders

After all that’s gone on with the Raiders this week, this is a big ask. Playing at Denver is tough enough, and the Broncos are — like the Raiders — trying to snap a two-game losing streak. Denver is in a much better place, while Las Vegas is trying to survive the week after ample turmoil surrounding former head coach Jon Gruden.

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