5 Best NFL Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6


5 Best NFL Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6

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5 Best NFL Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6


What 5 NFL games appear to be the best bets and the best picks against the spread going into Week 6? Here you go. Enjoy.

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Diving into the NFL world, the five lines that appear to be a wee bit favorable are …

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5. Kansas City at Buffalo

LINE: Kansas City -5
ATS PICK: Buffalo
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Buffalo had a bad night against Tennessee.

Somehow, the Titans got through their funky week with a razor-sharp performance with everything going the right way. Give them credit for making their own breaks, but that 42-16 score was an aberration. The game got away from the Bills, but they actually did a whole lot of things well.

They moved the ball, they continue to be great on third downs, and they weren’t that bad against the run. The three turnovers, though, were a killer. Again, though, that just seemed like a bad day against a team that seemed to have it at home on a weird Tuesday night game.

Kansas City has been off for a few weeks.

The Chiefs lose – probably – to New England had Cam Newton been able to play a few weeks ago, and Las Vegas rolled into town and trucked the defending Super Bowl champs 40-32. All of a sudden, the KC running game doesn’t seem to work, the defense hasn’t been anything great, and the turnovers have been a bit of an issue.

Buffalo is getting five at home on Monday night. Of course the Chiefs could pivot back to the team that destroyed Baltimore on the road in late September, but on the third Monday night game in four, KC will struggle.

At the very least, again, you’re getting points.

Week 6 Expert Picks & Predictions: NFL

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