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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 6)

Oct 11, 2019

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Sunday, Early Games

Panthers at Buccaneers (+2.5) – 9:30 AM EST Kickoff
ATS – 52% Panthers

Nobody knows what the Bucs will get from Jameis Winston, and their pass-happy offense (and improved defense) is getting harder to figure out, too. The Panthers are the more known quantity on a neutral field, and that’s where the trust should lie. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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Redskins at Dolphins (+3.5)
ATS – 60% Dolphins

Normally, I’d lean toward the team that just fired its head coach. But the Redskins are turning to Bill Callahan — not some young upstart — and moving on from Jay Gruden might only compound Washington’s problems. ~ Ricky Dolye (NESN)
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Saints at Jaguars (-1.5)
ATS – 68% Saints

The Saints have Pro Football Focus’ No. 2 pass-blocking grade and No. 8 pass-rushing grade. That travels. It also feels like Sean Payton should be able to replicate some of Christian McCaffrey’s success versus Jacksonville (233 total yards) with Alvin Kamara this week. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Bengals at Ravens (-10.5)
ATS – 56% Bengals

The Ravens are historically known for being a great defensive team, but this year’s squad is allowing 6.7 yards per pass attempt — the second-worst mark in the league. They’re also near the bottom of the league in terms of takeaways and sacks. The Bengals stink, but they should be able to make some big plays and keep this one within the number. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Seahawks at Browns (+2)
ATS – 75% Seahawks

I would bet my mortgage on this game. Why are the Seahawks (4-1), who are coming off 10 days rest, only laying two points to the Browns (2-3)? Cleveland has been awful, is dealing with a short week, and has a quarterback with four touchdown passes and eight interceptions? Easy play. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Eagles at Vikings (-3.5)
ATS – 59% Eagles

There may not be a single team in the NFC the Eagles deserve to be this big of an underdog against, certainly not the up-and-down Vikings. Philadelphia has one of the most complete rosters in the NFL, one that’s gotten a bit healthier over the last two weeks, even though the market continues to price it otherwise. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)
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Texans at Chiefs (-4)
ATS – 65% Chiefs

After scoring 10 points and managing just 264 yards offense against Carolina a week earlier, the Texans produced 53 points and 592 yards against the Falcons. They will need some of that against the Chiefs, who aren’t going to lose two in a row at home. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Sunday, Late Games

Falcons at Cardinals (+2.5)
ATS – 65% Falcons

Sometimes, you just need to break down a game in its simplest form: A falcon would tear a cardinal to shreds if the two birds ever crossed paths in a hostile environment. ~ Ricky Dolye (NESN)
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49ers at Rams (-3.5)
ATS – 50% Rams

The Rams are probably still the best team in the NFC West, despite the 49ers’ perfect start. San Francisco’s defense will finally be tested when they take on a team that hasn’t scored fewer than 23 points in a meaningful home game in two years. Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers’ offense might not be up to the task. Los Angeles is 4-1 against the spread this season. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Titans at Broncos (-2)
ATS – 58% Titans

Marcus Mariota hasn’t thrown a pick all year and although he’s taken more sacks than any other quarterback, the Broncos are dead last in sacks. The Titans have committed one turnover all season and that trend should continue against a Broncos team that has just two interceptions all year. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Cowboys at Jets (+7)
ATS – 61% Cowboys

The Cowboys come into this one off two straight losses. They haven’t looked crisp the past two weeks, but that will change here. The Jets are a mess, even with Sam Darnold back. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Sunday Night

Steelers at Chargers (-6.5)
ATS – 62% Chargers

Maybe I’m a simpleton, but I can’t justify taking “Duck” Hodges, an undrafted product out of SMU, to keep it close on the road in his first career NFL start. Also got this from Odds Shark: L.A. is 11-2-1 against the spread after an ATS loss. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Monday Night

Lions at Packers (-4.5)
ATS – 53% Lions

Even in the midst of a 4-1 start, Green Bay’s offense still has room to improve. The Packers took advantage of three Dak Prescott interceptions in Week 5 as Dallas outgained them by more than 200 yards. The Lions have been impressive against tough competition, beating the Chargers and Eagles and barely losing by four points to the Chiefs. Detroit is 4-1 against the spread and straight up in their last five meetings with Green Bay. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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