Top NFL Week 6 Betting Picks: Teams to Most Likely Lose their Match

Top NFL Week 6 Betting Picks: Teams to Most Likely Lose their Match

Week Six is almost here, and we’ll examine a few games in more detail today and determine which teams you should support this weekend and which ones you shouldn’t. Let’s get started so you don’t miss your opportunity to wager against the NFL Odds.

Who Are the Sure Losers in Week 6 of NFL Action?

New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns (-2.5)

The Cleveland Browns kicked off this week off as the team primed to be a Week Six loser. Nine Of the Browns’ last 13 games have seen them lose against the spread. Additionally, since October 31 of the previous campaign, they have failed to cover in all but one of their games as favorites.

The Browns’ defense has been dreadful as of late, giving up 465 yards to the Chargers and 202 rushing yards to the Falcons’ backup running backs the week before. On the other side of the ball, Jacoby Brisset is proving he’s just a backup in this league, throwing interceptions in back-to-back games and failing to crack over 235 yards passing for the fifth straight game. 

The Patriots are coming off a shutout of Detroit and have some serious momentum. They’ve covered their last two games and are averaging 26.5 points over that span. I’m not sure how Cleveland is even favored in this matchup, considering they’re 1-3 ATS in non-division games. 

Denver Broncos (+6.5) vs Los Angeles Chargers

Many people in Broncos Country are probably asking whether the team committed a $245 million mistake after Denver’s disastrous performance on Thursday night. The Broncos’ 2-3 record is not the issue; rather, it is how they got there. 

The Broncos offense is utterly ineffective. Wilson has been imprecise, completing 59.4 percent of his passes, and the offense is averaging a second-worst 15 points per game. To make matters worse, Russell Wilson is playing with a torn lat, and the offense has only scored three touchdowns in the red zone, which is fewer than every other team, including the Panthers and Bears.

The bottom line is the Broncos are 0-3 ATS in conference games this year and 0-2 ATS on the road. They’ll travel to Los Angeles to play a Chargers team that is averaging almost 400 yards a game and 32 points over their two-game winning streak. Broncos Country is sure to be disappointed again in Week Six.

Minnesota Vikings vs Miami Dolphins (-1)

How on earth is Miami favored against Minnesota in Week Six? Miami is undoubtedly a solid team when healthy. Be that as it may, they are on their third and fourth-string quarterbacks after Teddy Bridgewater went down with an injury. They’ve lost back-to-back games and are coming off a loss to the Jets, where they conceded 40 points. 

On Sunday, the Dolphins defense allowed the Jets to gain 5.3 yards per carry and allowed five rushing touchdowns. The Vikings are coming off a game where they ran for 117 and three scores over the Bears. Miami’s defense has now given up 131 points to opponents through five games, which ranks fourth-worst in the NFL (26.2 per game).

Minnesota is a dangerous offensive NFL team. They rank among the Top-10 in total offense (361 yards per game), passing yards (259.2) and are just outside the Top-10 in points per game (23). Miami has failed to cover their last two games, while Minnesota comes into this matchup in first place in the NFC North with a 4-1 record. 

 
 

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