Okay NFL football bettors, by now, you likely know that the odds for every NFL game through 16 weeks of the upcoming 2016 schedule have been released, giving you the opportunity to cash in right now on a ton of NFL betting picks.
Thanks to the fun-filled betting analysis you’re about to get on a whopping dozen Week 6 matchups, you’re going to have a great chance to get your 2016 wagering campaign off to a positive start. Now, let’s get started.
Winning NFL Betting Picks for Week 6
Sunday, October 16, 2016
San Francisco at Buffalo (-3)
Could Chip Kelly’s offensive genius overcome Rex Ryan’s aggressive defense? I don’t know, but Buffalo’s perfect 4-0 SU and ATS marks in their last four home games tells me they’ll cover…narrowly!
The Pick: Buffalo 31 San Francisco 27
Philadelphia at Washington (-3)
The Skins have won three of their last four home meetings against NFC East division rival Philadelphia, while covering the spread in each win, including last season’s 23-20 win over the Birds as a 3-point home dog.
The Pick: Washington 31 Philadelphia 27
Cleveland at Tennessee (-3.5)
I know the Titans are playing at home, but they’ve also gone 1-9 SU over their last 10 home games and a winless 0-3-1 ATS over their last four in Tennessee. I like what new head coach Hue Jackson brings to the table and I believe that if anyone can ‘fix’ RG3 it’s Jackson. The Browns win outright!
The Pick: Cleveland 28 Tennesse27
Carolina (-4.5) at New Orleans
Cam Newton and the Panthers have won two straight and three of their last four road games against New Orleans and have compiled a blistering 7-3 ATS mark over their last 10 road dates against their NFC South division rivals.
The Pick: Carolina 35 New Orleans 31
Los Angeles at Detroit (-1.5)
The Rams have a really solid defense, but a mediocre offense and an even more average head coach in Jeff Fisher. The Lions can be downright explosive offensively and are playing at home and facing a favorable spread. Matthew Stafford and company are 3-1 SU and ATS in their last four in the Motor City.
The Pick: Detroit 27 Los Angeles 21
Pittsburgh (-3.5) at Miami
I’m going to get right to the point with my Week 6 pick on this all-AFC clash by saying that Ryan Tannehill and the Fins won’t be able to keep pace with Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers high-octane offense. With Miami going 1-4 ATS in their last five home games, I say the Steelers win and cover!
The Pick: Pittsburgh 31 Miami 20
Cincinnati at New England (-4)
Not many teams are capable of beating Tom Brady and the Patriots at home, but Andy Dalton and the Bengals are! With Cincy going a perfect 8-0 ATS in their last eight road games, I like the Bengals to cover.
The Pick: New England 24 Cincinnati 23
Kansas City at Oakland (Pk)
The Raiders have alternated SU and ATS wins and losses at home over their last half-dozen home dates against longtime AFC West rival Kansas City. After losing to the Chiefs 34-20 on their home turf last season, I say Oakland gets the home win this time around.
The Pick: Oakland 28 Kansas City 24
Atlanta at Seattle (-10)
The Seahawks could very well represent the NFC in Super Bowl 51 this coming season and I believe they’ll get the home win against Matt Ryan and the visiting Falcons in this Week 6 throw-down, but I don’t see them beating the Falcons by 11 points to cover the spread.
The Pick: Seattle 27 Atlanta 21
Dallas at Green Bay (-6)
The Packers have won four straight a home over the Cowboys while posting an unblemished 4-0 ATS mark along the way. Aaron Rodgers can company will keep that streak alive by taking down Tony Romo ad the ‘Boys – again.
The Pick: Green Bay 28 Dallas 21
Indianapolis at Houston (-1.5)
While I’m expecting Indianapolis to improve after an injury-riddled 8-8 season in 2015, I feel the same way about Houston after the offseason transactions they made. The Texans have lost three straight at home against the Colts, but I say that trend comes to an abrupt end in this contest.
The Pick: Houston 28 Indianapolis 27
NY Jets at Arizona (-4)
There’s a whole lot to like about the way the Jets played in winning 10 games in Todd Bowles’ first season a year ago, but the Arizona Cardinals are a Super Bowl title contender that has gone 5-1 SU in their last six home games. Despite an underwhelming 1-6 ATS mark in their last seven home games, I like Carson Palmer and the Cards to cover a manageable 4-point spread and close out my Week 6 NFL betting picks.
The Pick: Arizona 24 NY Jets 17