NFL Football Picks
How will the Dallas Cowboys perform without Dak Prescott? Can The Red Rocket (Andy Dalton) lead the troops to victory in Week 6 at home against the Arizona Cardinals? It’s not likely, because the Pokes defense is somewhere in between a pile of hot garbage and roadkill. Get Loot’s Az/Dal pick here!
The Rams were playing even football with Washington last week until Alex Smith came in due to an injury to Kyle Allen. That should be noted. Smith came in and was absolutely horrible and couldn’t move the ball at all. Washington made the Rams look better than they are. This may not matter though, because the 49ers were putrid themselves, getting blown out at home vs. a hungry Dolphins team. So what will happen in Week Six when these teams go at it in Santa Clara? If there were ever a game to pass on, it’d be this one!
Outside of a few bad throws by a banged-up Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens played perfect football against the Bengals. They’ll travel to Philly in Week 6 to play the hapless Eagles, who looked pretty weak against the Steelers last weekend. The -7.5 line tells us the book thinks that Baltimore is going to cover as they’re attempting to bait NFL bettors in with a hook that likely won’t come into play. Get Loot’s Ravens vs. Eagles pick here!
Slippery point spreads usually result in slippery results! The Bears coming into Carolina as +2.5 underdogs doesn’t seem right after watching the Panthers kill the Falcons last week. But it’s the right side! Check out Loot’s take on this Week 6 NFL tilt here!
Has Loot lost his mind? The Cleveland Browns are 0-15 in their last fifteen games at Heniz Field. He’s betting the Cleveland Browns! Get his full take on the game here!
The Detroit Lions vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Week 6 football game falls under that “we’re not really sure” who’s going to win or cover. Both teams have been inconsistent as heck. The Lions are coming off a bye week, which means they’re not only rested, they’ve had two weeks to prepare for the Jags. On the flip side, Matt Patricia has looked like a buffoon at times as an NFL Head Coach. Zman breaks it down for ya and takes his best shot against the spread!
The Cincinnati Bengals appear to have taken a step backwards after last week’s trouncing at the hands of the Ravens. They looked absolutely horrible. It’s tough to fathom how they could head back out on the road again and compete with a team playing as well as the Colts. Check out Keith’s Week 6 Bengals vs. Colts pick here!
Tuesday night football? We’ll take it! The on-off-on again Bills vs. Titans game is sure to receive overreaction due to Covid, providing us with a nice wagering opportunity! When it comes to the NFL, things are never as good as they seem, or in this case, as bad as they seem. There’s some loot to be made here! Get Keith’s Buf/Ten pick here!
Minnesota appears to be turning the corner after a respectable pair of road games where they waxed the Texans and were “in it” vs. the Seahawks until Dalvin Cook went down. The game turned instantly after Cook’s groin injury. The Vikes made a valiant comeback in the end but ended up losing on one of the last plays of the game. Alexander Mattison (a Cook clone) will start and there won’t be much of a drop-off. Atlanta has changed coaches but that doesn’t fix their defense which resembles a wet paper bag. We’ve got BEST BET action Sunday!
Washington looked woeful at home last week after QB Kyle Allen went down. Alex Smith looked quirky at best and couldn’t move the ball at all. The Giants looked decent vs. the Cowboys, but the Pokes defense is so horrible that their performance doesn’t get a checkmark for quality. In all candidness, this game probably isn’t worth betting but Keith gives you his opinion/analysis on the game should you choose to gamble on it!
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