For the sixth straight week, the Arizona Cardinals will play a National Football League game as the underdog. This time, the Cardinals have a road game against a divisional rival – Los Angeles Rams.
Let’s take a look at that game and a few of the best for the National Football League Week 6 action.
Arizona Cardinals +7 at Los Angeles Rams, 48.5
The Los Angeles Rams got Cooper Kupp back last weekend, and it was beneficial in the first half, but the second half saw them nearly nothing.
The Rams are at home here, a place they have yet to win this season. Those first two home games were the 49ers and Eagles. So, the Rams have been battle-tested.
The narrative on the Cardinals has been they are able to keep games competitive, but the loss to the Bengals by 14 was not all that close. Arizona just could not contain Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase.
Now, they take on Kupp, who is out to prove better things are coming for the Los Angeles offense. Not sure the Cardinals have what it takes to stick in this one.
Baltimore Ravens -4 vs. Tennessee Titans; 41.5
Week 6 of the National Football League once again graces London’s presence, marking the third consecutive week of games in the city. Jacksonville claimed victory in both of the initial two matches. This time, the spotlight is on the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans.
Both teams are in dire need of wins, as they are locked in fierce battles within their respective divisions. The Ravens are coming off a loss against Pittsburgh, while the Titans, following their Week 5 defeat to the Colts, sit at 2-3.
This upcoming matchup promises excitement, with Derrick Henry spearheading the Tennessee offense on the ground and Baltimore showcasing their dynamic quarterback, Lamar Jackson. Baltimore likes keeping games close; probably worth taking the points.
San Francisco 49ers -10 at Cleveland Browns; 35.5
As we approach Week 6, both the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles remain undefeated. The 49ers face a stern test on the road against the Cleveland Browns. Fresh off a resounding victory over Dallas on Sunday Night Football, the 49ers anticipate a formidable challenge in Cleveland, known for their strong defense.
The Browns, at 2-2, aspire to reinvigorate their season with a Week 6 triumph over San Francisco. No DeShaun Watson for the Browns is a big problem. Cleveland will remain seeking answers on how to move the ball effectively.
Philadelphia Eagles -7 at New York Jets; 40.5
Meanwhile, the Eagles hit the road as well, heading to Meadowlands to take on the New York Jets. Zach Wilson and the Jets, coming off a win over Denver, are eager to reach a .500 record for the season.
While the Jets have played better as of late, and Wilson is starting to settle in as a serviceable NFL quarterback, this is not one to overthink. The Eagles win this game on the road at the Jets.
Detroit Lions -3.5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 42.5
Both the Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter Week 6 with just one loss each, leading their respective divisions. The Lions continue to impress, securing a victory over the Carolina Panthers in their last outing. David Montgomery’s ground game has proven challenging to contain for Detroit’s opponents.
On the other hand, Baker Mayfield has steered the Buccaneers to three wins in their first four games. Although the Buccaneers have already had their bye week, they are determined to maintain their momentum, especially in front of their home crowd. Detroit gets a ton of love, but the Buccaneers are playing great football. Take them at home here!
New York Giants +14.5 at Buffalo Bills; 44.5
The Sunday Night Football game doesn’t seem to promise one of the more closely contested matchups of the season. The Buffalo Bills host the New York Giants, and while both teams are coming off losses, their outlooks couldn’t be more different. The Bills maintain their belief in their contender status at the top of the AFC, while the Giants are grappling with numerous challenges.
The availability of key players like Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, and Darren Waller remains uncertain. The Giants have consistently found themselves playing catch-up this season, which could prove especially difficult in this Sunday Night matchup. This is a no-contest type game. Josh Allen and the Bills run away with a win here.
Dallas Cowboys -2.5 at Los Angeles Chargers; 50.5
SoFi Stadium takes center stage for Monday Night Football in Week 6 as the Dallas Cowboys face the Los Angeles Chargers. These two teams have shown flashes of brilliance but also inconsistency.
The Chargers are set to welcome back Austin Ekeler, a significant boost to their offense. At 2-2, they were beginning to find their stride before their Week 5 bye.
In contrast, Dallas is coming off a demoralizing loss to San Francisco, where both Dak Prescott and the offense struggled, not to mention the alarming 42 points conceded. A second consecutive primetime defeat would undoubtedly raise concerns among Dallas fans.
Look for the Chargers to get the job done, and Big D will be up for grabs Tuesday morning.
There are some of the best games in Week 6. We hope you enjoy the games, and best of luck!