With the champions of the American and National Conference suffering untold and with only one undefeated in the entire NFLLittle by little, the best teams are shaping up for the playoffs, with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs as the top favorites for the Super Bowl. Here we bring you the forecasts of the week 6.
1.- Washington Commanders (-105) vs. Chicago Bears (-115): In Thursday Night duel, Washington appears after losing for the fourth time in a row after losing to the Titans, while the Bears hope to improve their running defense and not lose in the last offensive series as happened against the Vikings. Forecast: Bears 20-17.
2.- Buffalo Bills (-145) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (+120): Great game!… The Bills and Chiefs will define who is the true candidate for the SBLVII, in a reissue of last season’s AFC Divisional Game and between two of the favorites to reach and win the Super Bowl. Despite their loss to the Dolphins, the Bills are still favorites because of their great offense, against a Patrick Mahomes who doesn’t ask them for anything. Although his defense isn’t as good as the Bills’, his offense has nothing to envy Josh Allen and company. Prediction: Chiefs 31-27.
3.- New England Patriots (+135) vs. Cleveland Browns (-164): Vital game for both teams, after the Patriots blanked the Lions 29-0 thanks to a great defense and the Browns fell 28-30 to the Chargers. Chicago’s offense is one of the best in the championship and will face a defense that is among the worst in the league. Forecast: Patriots 23-16.
4.- Arizona Cardinals (-149) vs. Seattle Seahawks (+125): The Cardinals suffered their third loss after missing a field goal in the final minutes against the Eagles, with Kyler Murray leaving a lot to be desired by throwing for 250 yards or less, while the Seahawks have Geno Smith one of the best offenses. Forecast: Cardinals 31-27.
5.- New York Jets (+260) vs. Green Bay Packers (-345): The Jets won and have playoff dreams, while the Packers lost the lead in the NFC North Division. Zack Wilson has given NY two wins in a row after his return, just one game behind the Bills, so this could be his chance to aspire to the postseason when facing a Packers that are down, but that of all modes come out as favourites. Forecast: Packers 27-19.
6.- San Francisco 49ers (-250) vs. Atlanta Falcons (+200): The 49ers lead the NFC West with Jimmy Garoppolo at the controls, who is expected to have a party against the Falcons thanks to a defense with fewer points allowed. Atlanta is coming off losing a very important game against the Buccaneers and they need to win at home to stay close to the playoff spots. Forecast: 49ers 34-17.
7.- Minnesota Vikings (-154) vs. Miami Dolphins (+130): With winning records, both teams arrive at different times with the Vikings leading the NFC North and the Dolphins increasingly deflating after the concussion loss of Tua Tagovailoa. Kirk Cousins and company won for the third week in a row, while Miami also lost Teddy Bridgewater to a concussion. Prediction: Vikings 24-20.
8.- Cincinnati Bengals (-130) vs. New Orleans Saints (+110): The AFC champions must win or win, with a Joe Burrow and company that for the second time in 2022 scored less than 20 points. The Saints beat the Seahawks 39-32, with Andy Dalton at the controls and Taysom Hill making mischief. Forecast: Bengals 31-21.
9.- Jacksonville Jaguars (+110) vs. Indianapolis Colts (-135): In their second duel this season, the Jaguars arrive as one of the teams with the greatest progress, against a Colts that beat the Broncos, but that have left many doubts. Matt Ryan still hasn’t made a growth spurt with Indianapolis, but they still aren’t expected to be shut out 0-21 like they were in Week 2. Forecast: Colts 23-20.
10.- Baltimore Ravens (-227) vs. New York Giants (+180): Great game between both teams, with the Ravens with their running attack as the key and the Giants with a defense that is the ninth that has received the fewest this year. Prediction: Ravens 20-17.
11.- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-345) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (+275): One of the most uneven games of this Week 6, with the Bucs as the NFC South leader because after two consecutive losses Tom Brady led them to victory, with their defense allowing 15 points or less for the fourth time and less than 265 yards for the second time totals. The Steelers are going from bad to worse, losing for the fourth time in a row and with an offense that for the fourth time failed to score more than 20 points. Forecast: Bucs 27-17.
12.- Carolina Panthers (+375) vs. Los Angeles Rams (-500): With a team turned into a hospital, the NFC champions have a chance to get back on track after two straight losses. Without Baker Mayfield, the Panthers will have a difficult duel with a defense that allowed more than 26 points for the third time. The Rams fell short of 10 points for the third time this season, so it’s urgent that Matthew Stafford respond. Prediction: Rams 24-14.
13.- Dallas Cowboys (+200) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-250): Another great game on Sunday Night between the best team in the league and a Cowboys with Cooper Rush in good shape and a defense that has not missed its star quarterback Dak Prescott. The NFC East-leading Eagles haven’t scored fewer than 20 points in any of their first five games and their defense is co-leader in yards allowed through the air and interceptions with 4.6 and 11, respectively. Forecast: Eagles 24-17.
14.- Denver Broncos (+200) vs Los Angeles Chargers (-250): On Monday Night, both teams will try not to lose ground, with the Broncos waiting for Russell Wilson to finally assume his role as leader and the Chargers who aspire to not detach themselves from the Chiefs and take advantage of a possible defeat by them to match them at the top of their division. Prediction: Chargers 27-20.
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Predictions for week 6 of the NFL 2022