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NFL Week 6 odds: Making the case for each favorite

Looking at the NFL Week 6 odds, there are a legion of intriguing reasons to betting on the favorites this weekend.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-7) at Philadelphia Eagles

The Buccaneers are banged up, but the Eagles have given up 40 points to good offenses in the Cowboys and Chiefs. Expect it to happen again.

Miami Dolphins (-3.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars are 0-5 and are basically without a coach. Tough to see Jacksonville winning against a desperate Miami team.

Cincinnati Bengals (-3) at Detroit Lions

Another winless host in Detroit. The Bengals are coming off a brutal loss to the Packers and should be motivated to handle business.

Green Bay Packers (-4.5) at Chicago Bears

Justin Fields hasn’t played well through three games. Aaron Rodgers knows this is a perfect moment to take control of there NFC North.

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (-10)

Houston is helpless, and the Colts are rolling towards getting back into the playoff mix after an 0-3 start.


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Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5) at Washington Football Team

The Chiefs are beyond desperate after losing three of their first five games. Washington has also been terribly defensively, making for a big day with Patrick Mahomes.

Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens (-3)

The Ravens are trying to keep pace in the ultra-competitive AFC North, and although the Chargers are a challenge, Baltimore is also a quality group.

Los Angeles Rams (-10.5) at New York Giants

It’s a great time for a talented Rams squad to catch the Giants, who are injured all over their offense.

Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers (-1.5)

After losing two straight, the Panthers are reeling. A loss to the lesser Vikings and Carolina is free-falling out the playoff chase.

Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns (-2.5)

Cleveland is at home and should be laser-focused to take on the 5-0 Cardinals after a gut-wrenching loss to the Chargers. The Dawg Pound should be rocking.


Read: NFL Week 6 Odds – Making A Case For Each Underdog


Dallas Cowboys (-4) at New England Patriots

The Patriots almost lost to the Cowboys and have no ability to score quickly. Dallas should have no problem getting ahead and staying there.

Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos (-3.5)

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Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4.5)

The Steelers catch the Seahawks without quarterback Russell Wilson, who is out 4-8 weeks with a finger injury. Pittsburgh has a great chance to get to 3-3.

Buffalo Bills (-5.5) at Tennessee Titans

Buffalo has the league’s best offense and defense, and the Bills get to go against the Titans, who haven’t been able to stop anybody decent.

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