NFL Round-Up: Week 6

NFL Round-Up: Week 6

Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants

A huge NFC East contest kicks off this week’s NFL action, as the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles face the New York Giants. The Giants have had a difficult start to the season, currently having a 1-4 record after losing a tight game to the Carolina Panthers 33-31 last week. Meanwhile, the Eagles are finding out how tough it is to repeat, beginning 2-3 after losing their third game of the season against the Minnesota Vikings. The Eagles are the favourites here at 8/13 with BetVictor, while the Giants can be backed at 7/5 with William Hill to cause an upset.

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Arizona Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings will be looking to secure a +.500 record this weekend as they face the lowly Arizona Cardinals at the U.S. Bank Stadium. A solid showing from Kirk Cousins saw the Vikings overcome the reigning Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles 23-21, taking their record for the season to 2-2-1. While the Vikings have playoff ambitions, the Cardinals look to be in a rebuilding phase. However, they picked up their first win of the season against divisional rivals San Francisco 49ers, taking their record to 1-4 following two rushing touchdowns from David Johnson. The Vikings are overwhelming favourites at 1/4 with Betfair, while the Cardinals can be backed at 15/4 with Ladbrokes.

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Carolina Panthers @ Washington Redskins

Two teams to have made positive starts to their respective NFL seasons meet in the capital city, as the Washington Redskins take on the Carolina Panthers. The Redskins top what has been a poor NFC East in the first quarter of the season, having a 2-2 record, though they were demolished 43-19 after a masterclass from Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. The Panthers are 3-1 after beating the Giants 33-31, as Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes. The Redskins are slight favourites at 5/6 with Ladbrokes, while the Panthers can be backed at 1/1 with Bet365.

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Chicago Bears @ Miami Dolphins

Plenty of people are high on the Chicago Bears at this moment in time, with the team leading the NFC North after starting the season 3-1. The Bears have a bye week last time out, which should leave them fresh coming into this game, having also defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-10 in their last match a fortnight ago. Meanwhile, the Dolphins are in contention in the AFC East, joining the New England Patriots on a 3-2 record at the top of the division. However, they have lost two in a row, after going down 27-17 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Dolphins are the outsiders at 6/4 with Betfair, with the Bears favoured at 20/33 with Bet365.

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Indianapolis Colts @ New York Jets

Two teams below .500 meet in the Big Apple this Sunday, with Sam Darnold’s New York Jets taking on Andrew Luck’s Indianapolis Colts. The Jets have had a mixed bag of results so far this season, but got back to winning ways against the Denver Broncos, winning 34-16. Meanwhile, the Colts lost 24-38 against the New England Patriots, seeing them go to 1-4 for the season, with Luck’s four-touchdown effort coming in vein. The Jets are favoured at 5/7 with Bet365, with the Colts being the underdogs at 23/20 with BetVictor.

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Los Angeles Chargers @ Cleveland Browns

An evenly-keeled contest here sees the Cleveland Browns take on the Los Angeles Chargers, with both team’s seasons still possible of going either way. The Browns look invigorated now that Baker Mayfield is running operations from the quarterback slot, with Cleveland winning their second game of the season against the Ravens last Sunday, coming out on top 12-9 in an OT victory. As for the Chargers, they will be looking to add to a 26-10 win they picked up over the Raiders last weekend. The Browns are best-priced at 1/1 with Paddy Power and BetVictor, with the Chargers at 5/6 with Ladbrokes.

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Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals will be looking to pick up from where they left off last weekend after beating the Miami Dolphins 27-17, making them 4-1 for the season. They are top of the AFC North and could really strengthen their grip on top spot with a win over their divisional rivals. However, the Steelers will be feeling confident after beating the Atlanta Falcons 41-17 last weekend, improving their record to 2-2-1. The Bengals are favoured at 3/4 with Betfair and BetVictor, with the Steelers outsiders at 23/20 with Bet365.

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Seattle Seahawks @ Oakland Raiders

Another two below .500 teams meet in Oakland this weekend, with the Seattle Seahawks making the trip to face the Raiders. The Seahawks are 2-3 at the start of this season, having lost a close game 33-31 against the Los Angeles Rams after three rushing TDs from Todd Gurley. Meanwhile, the Raiders lost 26-10 against the Chargers, leaving them at the bottom of the AFC West at 1-4 after five games. The Seahawks are favourites at 4/6 with William Hill, while the home team are 23/17 with Unibet.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons

After a bye week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be hoping to bounce back after having two weeks to reflect on their 48-10 loss to the Chicago Bears. Ryan Fitzpatrick has led the team to a 2-2 start, as they now look to inflict further misery on their division rival 1-4 Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons were defeated 41-10 by the Pittsburgh Steelers, with Ben Roethlisberger throwing three touchdown passes. The Falcons are still favourites at 8/15 with BetVictor, with the Bucs available at 31/20 with Bet365.

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Los Angeles Rams @ Denver Broncos

The 5-0 Los Angeles Rams will look to continue their 100% start to the new NFL season when they take on the Denver Broncos. The Broncos are 1-4 at the start of this campaign, having lost 34-16 to the New York Jets last weekend, having allowed Sam Darnold to throw three touchdown passes. In the eyes of many, the Rams are the best team in football right now, sitting top of the NFC West with a perfect record after five games. They beat the Seahawks 33-31 thanks to three rushing TD’s from Todd Gurley. The Rams are best-priced to win at 4/11 with Betfair, while the Broncos are available at 5/2 with Bet365.

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Baltimore Ravens @ Tennessee Titans

Two 3-2 teams meet in Tennessee this weekend, with the Titans playing host to the Baltimore Ravens. The Titans offense struggled once again last weekend, as they fell to a 13-12 loss against the Buffalo Bills in front of their home crowd. Meanwhile, the Ravens also struggled on offense as they became the second team to lose to the Cleveland Browns this season, losing 12-9 after Joe Flacco threw for 298 yards with no TD’s. The Ravens are favourites at 7/10 with Betfair in this contest, while the Titans are priced at 13/10 with Bet365.

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Jacksonville Jaguars @ Dallas Cowboys

An intriguing game this weekend comes from the AT&T Stadium, with the Dallas Cowboys facing the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jason Garrett came under huge scrutiny after their OT defeat to the Houston Texans, losing 16-19 after a tepid offensive display. As for the Jacksonville Jaguars, they became the latest team to stumble against the Kansas City Chiefs, losing 30-14 as Patrick Mahomes cut open the Jags’ defense. Jacksonville are the bookies’ favourites at 7/10 with Betfair, while the Dallas Cowboys are priced at 13/10 with Bet365.

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Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots

The standout game of the weekend sees the sensational Patrick Mahomes come up against arguably the greatest quarterback of all-time in Tom Brady, as the Kansas City Chiefs travel to the New England Patriots. The Patriots improved to 3-2 last weekend, as they defeated Andrew Luck’s Colts 38-24, now finding themselves sat at the top of the AFC East. The 5-0 Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-14 on the road as their perfect start continued. The Patriots are favourites at 4/7 with Betfair in this contest, while the Chiefs are available at 33/20 with Bet365.

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San Francisco 49ers @ Green Bay Packers

Bottom of the NFC West San Francisco 49ers face the Green Bay Packers, as Aaron Rodgers looks to drag his team into the playoffs after a stop-start season. The 49ers’ record dropped to 1-4 last weekend, after they lost 28-18 to divisional rivals Arizona Cardinals. As for the Packers, they dropped to 2-2-1 after going down 31-23 to the Detroit Lions, following a first-half which saw Green Bay go scoreless in the first half. Nevertheless, the Packers are heavy favourites at 1/4 with Bet365, while the 49ers are outsiders at 7/2 with Ladbrokes.

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