NFL NFL Week 6 Matchup

Matchup Betting Tips for Week Six of the 2018 NFL Football Season

 

NFL Matchup Week 6
NFL Odds By Sports Interaction

CAR Panthers (+1) at WAS Redskins (-1)

CAR Panthers CAR Panthers 

Sunday 10/14 1:00pm EST

Bank of America Stadium

WASH_Redskins WAS Redskins 

CAR Panthers +1 | WAS Redskins  -1
 

 

Tip – The Redskins are coming off a crushing defeat at the hands of the Saints. Adrian Peterson left the game with a separated shoulder, and their running backs averaged an abysmal 1.9 ypc. Washington surrendered 43 points in that game, and very well could’ve given up more. Carolina is maybe the most underrated team in football, and since committing to Christian McCaffrey in the run game three weeks ago, the offense has gone to new heights. Expect an outright win for Carolina.

PIT Steelers (+2.5) at CIN Bengals (-2.5)

PIT_SteelersPIT Steelers  

 

Sunday 10/14 1:00pm EST

Paul Brown Stadium

CIN BengalsCIN Bengals 

PIT Steelers +2.5 | CIN Bengals -2.5
 

 

Tip – Steelers offense exploded a week ago to the tune of 41 points. Antonio Brown finally broke out, hauling in 2 TDs, and James Conner got back on track after a few down weeks. The Bengals have been extremely impressive this year, especially defensively. Still, the firepower of Pittsburgh will keep the Steelers in the game, and it will come down to the wire.

 

TB Buccaneers (+3.5) at ATL Falcons (-3.5) 

TB BuccaneersTB Buccaneers

 

Sunday 7/10 1:00 pm EST

M&T Bank Stadium

ATL Falcons ATL Falcons

TB Buccaneers -3.5 | ATL Falcons +3.5
 

 

Tip – Jameis Winston gets his first start of the year, and couldn’t ask for a better matchup. Atlanta has been dreadful on defense this season, giving up nearly 33 points a game. Winston will have his lapses, but the playmakers on the outside will help Tampa light up the scoreboard. Expect a high scoring game, and Tampa to possibly escape with a road victory.

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LA Rams (-7) at DEN Broncos (+7)

LA Rams LA Rams

 

Sunday 7/10 1.00pm EST

FedExField Stadium

DEN Broncos DEN Broncos

LA Rams -7 |  DEN Broncos +7
 

 

Tip – The Rams, while still undefeated, are coming off a somewhat disappointing game in Seattle, and may be down two of their top three receivers this week. Denver is a hard team to get a grip on. Though they were dominated at the hands of an underwhelming Jets team, they went head to head with a 5-0 Chiefs team the week prior. The Rams should win, but after giving up 31 points in back-to-back weeks, the Broncos should be able to keep it within 6.5 points, as they continue to play up to their competition.

 

BAL Ravens (-3) at TEN Titans (+3)

BAL_RavensBAL Ravens

 

Sunday 7/10 4:25 pm AEST

Ford Field

NFL TEN TitansTEN Titans 

BAL Ravens 3TEN Titans +3
 

 

Tip – This defensive oriented game should be a slugfest. Offensively, Tennessee lacks much, if any, firepower at all. Baltimore on the other hand has been extremely impressive offensively, besides last week’s blunder vs. Cleveland. Tennessee surrendered nearly 220 yards of receiving to Philadelphia’s top two receivers in week 4. John Brown, who is averaging an absurd 20.8 ypr. should be able to outrun the Titans coverage a handful of times come Sunday.

 

JAX Jaguars (-3) at DAL Cowboys (+3)

JAX JaguarsJAX Jaguars 

 

Monday 8/10 8:15 pm EST

Raymond James Stadium

Dallas Cowboys NFLDAL Cowboys 

JAX Jaguars -3 | DAL Cowboys +3
 

 

Tip – Jacksonville may be coming of a tough loss to Kansas City, and though they never really looked in the game from the get go, they are still shoulders above Dallas talent-wise. Dallas’ pass game is horrendous, and Dak Prescott is looking less and less like the franchise QB Dallas makes him out to be. Expect his struggles to continue against the best secondary in football. The Jags offense will be without Leonard Fournette once again, but TJ Yeldon, who has impressed in Fournette’s absence, will continue to spearhead the Jacksonville run game.

 


About the Author

Vincent Somma has been involved in the football world from a young age. He played football for sixteen years, and has been involved in fantasy football leagues for most of that time as well. Vincent began to dabble in sports writing towards the end of his high school career, and has been writing ever since. His strongest forte is draft analysis and NFL coverage.




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