NFL week 6 is here, with all updated SU and ATS records, significant injuries, recent trends, opening NFL odds, and as always, some early NFL picks for the readers.
Let's focus our attention on what the NFL odds makers are hanging for Week 6 of the NFL season & get out in front it early to pick off the best lines before it is too late.
Week 5 of the NFL Season is almost in the books and all of the Spreads & Totals are coming out for Week 6, let’s take a look at the fresh NFL Power Rankings & some early NFL picks.
Join as we work our way through the serving of NFL matchups in week 6, analysing the early NFL odds and their value towards your NFL picks.
Much has been revealed since the start of the 2015 NFL Season, now is the time time to try to separate the contenders from the pretenders as Conference & Divisional races shape up in Week 6.
The Atlanta Falcons are on top of the NFC South, and they're the popular football pick for Thursday night's divisional tilt with the struggling New Orleans Saints.
NFL experts pegged the Vikings & Chiefs as playoff teams in 2015. Maybe that can still happen for the Vikes, but not KC. Minnesota is a 3.5-point home favorite on the NFL odds board.
We’re going to take an early look at Sunday’s NFL contest between Miami and Tennessee. Go inside to read our highly informative betting preview article which culminates with a point spread pick.
The Redskins haven't been able to string together consecutive wins yet this season, they get the Jets in Week 6. How are the NFL odds shaping up, and who are we backing to cover ATS?
This football handicapper is looking over the betting odds from sportsbooks does not see a great deal of values plays, however, was certainly able to identify three that make a lot of sense.
If the Internet is right – and it always is – public bettors aren't nearly as interested in putting the New England Patriots in their NFL picks as you might believe.
The unbeaten Atlanta Falcons head to Louisiana to face Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints in a Thursday night primetime NFC South affair. Who should we back with our NFL picks?
Is it time to worry about the two-time defending NFC champion Seahawks? They are 2-3 and facing a tough game vs. unbeaten Carolina on Sunday in Seattle.
The Steelers and RB Le’Veon Bell welcome the Cardinals and QB Carson Palmer to Heinz Field on Sunday afternoon for this Week 6 inter-conference meeting. Who should we back with our NFL picks?
The New England Patriots are everyone's favorite NFL pick right now. They're even beating up the popular Indianapolis Colts in early betting for Sunday Night Football.
Some places have the Green Bay Packers atop their NFL odds list for Super Bowl 50. Other locations prefer the New England Patriots as their Super Bowl favorites.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings are two of the most run-happy teams in the NFL, but are the Chiefs a viable NFL pick this Sunday without Jamaal Charles?
The Green Bay Packers get the bye in Week 7 – which makes them a good NFL pick for Week 6 against the San Diego Chargers, if you believe in the power of betting trends.
The Over is 7-2-1 in the last 10 New England Patriots-Indianapolis Colts games, so how should we place our NFL picks on Sunday night, with Andrew Luck's status still uncertain?
Still undefeated, the Bengals head to Buffalo to do battle with Tyrod Taylor and the Bills. We're going to break down the NFL odds and see where the edge with a potential ATS play may be.
Somebody has to win the NFC East. For now, the New York Giants are on top, but they'll have to beat the Philadelphia Eagles and the NFL odds this Monday night.
We move ahead to the Week 6 NFL releases from the sportsbooks and I will have a very distinctive flavor this week for sports picks with the way the numbers have seen to fallen.
Bye weeks allow teams to lick their wounds, which also gives them ample time to prep for their next opponents. Let’s examine teams on a bye Week 6 to see if they are primed to cash in our NFL picks.
The Ravens are reeling with their first 1-4 mark in franchise history while the Niners showed life last week in a loss to the Giants. Let’s review what the NFL odds makers are offering.
Everyone loves the New England Patriots. The reigning Super Bowl champions are the preferred sharp NFL pick for Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Andy Dalton has been steadily improving his game each season since his rookie campaign and its time to take notice. Can he lead the Bengals to an AFC Championship in 2015?
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