Daily Archives: October 15, 2010

“NFL Week 6 Predictions”

 

Steeler's star quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger (pictured above), will make his season debut this Sunday against the Browns. Will it be the same old Ben we are used to watching?

We are entering the 6th week of NFL play.  How many of you would actually have expected the 1st place teams in the NFC to be the Redskins, Bears, Falcons, and Cardinals?  And how many of you would have actually expected the 49ers to be 0 and 5, the Super Bowl Favorite Vikings to be 1 and 3, and the always dangerous Dallas Cowboys to be 1 and 3?  The NFC has been extremely unpredictable and fun.  The AFC on the other hand has been parity driven, but less shocked filled than the NFC.

So the pick’em scoreboard heading into this week’s game play reads:

TheSportsKraze:   44                               CV3:  44

Due to popular request, I will no longer provide analysis on why I am making my picks.  People feel the NFL Prediction posts have been going too long so I will just provide my picks.  Then if you want reasoning for my predictions, please place a comment and I will be sure to respond to your requests.

TheSportsKraze Picks:

Seahawks at Bears (by 3)

Dolphins at Packers (by 3)

Chargers (by 6) at Rams

Ravens (by 3) at Patriots

Saints at Buccaneers (by 6)

Lions at Giants (by 3)

Falcons (by 7) at Eagles

Browns at Steelers (by 3)

Chiefs at Texans (by 10)

Raiders at 49ers (by 6)

Jets (by 10) at Broncos

Cowboys (by 1) at Vikings

Colts (by 10) at Redskins

Titans (by 7) at Jaguars

Week 6 should be a great one.  A couple of games to keep an eye on. 

Cowboys vs the Vikings.  Both of these preseason “Super Bowl Contenders” are thirsting that 2nd win. It will be a battle to the bitter end.

Chiefs vs the Texans.  Two teams that have made a lot of noise early on.  Who is phony and who is fake?

Browns vs the Steelers.  The return of Big Ben will get fans super excited at Heinz Field.  Can Roethlisberger pick up where he left off last season?  Or will the long hiatus affect his play to the point where he no longer is one of the NFL’s top quarterbacks?

Other items to note.  Can the Brownies shock the Steelers again?  Will the 49ers finally win a game, considering their management is still giving a near guarantee of a playoff spot?  Will the Lions offense keep rolling against a tough Giant’s defensive line?

CV3 Picks:

Bears over Seahawks by 14

Packers over Dolphins by 6

Chargers over Rams by 17

Pats over Ravens by 3

Giants over Lions by 14

Falcons over Eagles by 3

Steelers over Browns by 7

Saints over Bucs by 5

Texans over Chiefs by 6

Jets over Broncos by 10

Raiders over 49ers by 4

Vikings over Boys by 3

Colts over Skins by 10

Jags over Titans by 6
Not many surprises this week. It is time for division leaders to improve their leads.

Week 6 will be fun.  Enjoy the games and please post your picks on the comments with questions.

Stay tuned for the next edition of TheSportsKraze.

-TheSportsKraze

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