NFL Week Six Predictions: New England Patriots Get Another Win

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Oct 6, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll (L) talks to Seahawks cornerback

Richard Sherman

(25) on the sidelines against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Packers 38 Dolphins 17

Aaron Rodgers‘ offense is going to have a fun time down in Florida. Green Bay is rolling on that side of the ball right now, and as long as they keep Rodgers semi-protected, they will have no problem moving the ball against Miami. Eddie Lacy has come alive as of late, and to keep Cameron Wake off of Rodgers’ back, look for the Packers to give Lacy a good workout early.

Chargers 31 Raiders 10

San Diego is playing excellent football right now, and a quick trip to Oakland is not going to derail them in any way. Phillip Rivers and company will tear about a weak Raiders’ secondary, and their defense, who have been playing at an unbelievable level, will dominate Oakland’s pathetic excuse of an offense.

Falcons 37 Bears 34

This is one of the most underrated contests of the week, as this has shootout written all over it. Jay Cutler and Matt Ryan are two of the best gunslingers in the league, and they will both have huge games tomorrow afternoon. The Bears have a  big advantage with their receivers (no pun intended), but a late Cutler interception will ultimately do in the Bears.

Seahawks 20 Cowboys 17

If this game turns into an offensive shootout, Dallas is winning. But, up in Seattle, there is absolutely no way the Seahawks let that happen. Pete Carroll’s group will look to stop DeMarco Murray, and force Romo to throw, which works in Seattle’s favor. When the game is slow and choppy, Romo tries too hard to make up for his mediocre supporting cast, and he will make a few mistakes.

Cardinals 17 Redskins 13

Arizona’s quarterback situation is scary, but their defense, despite giving up over 500 yards last week, is legit, and they will dominate Kirk Cousins. Look for the Cards to blitz Cousins early and often, and force a few big turnovers. Larry Fitzgerald scores both Cardinals touchdowns in the second half.

Eagles 31 Giants 28

Eli Manning has the Giants’ offense humming, but Nick Foles and company will get the last possession on Sunday night, and break the hearts of the millions of cocky Giants fans out there. There won’t be much defense played in this one, but Philly will get two interceptions off the turnover master himself, which will be the main reason New York takes the loss.

49ers 34 Rams 13

Colin Kaepernick hasn’t been playing very well, but he turns that around in primetime, totaling four total touchdowns, as the Niners put this one away early. St. Louis has a decent defense, but their offense will turn the ball over five times, constantly setting up Kaepernick’s group in good field position.