NFL Week 6 Predictions

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The Eagles won their second straight with a 31-6 victory over the Jets in Week 5. DE Brandon Graham had three sacks and the Eagles held the Jets to just 128 yards of total offense. The Vikings ran for 211 yards – Dalvin Cook had 132 – in a win over the Giants. Minnesota’s defense was just as strong limiting New York to just 211 yards. Two good defenses will battle on Sunday. The winner will be the team that can run the football. That will be the Vikings… Minnesota 17, Philadelphia 16

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Teddy Bridgewater has guided New Orleans to three straight wins in the absence of Drew Brees. Last week, he threw for four touchdown passes in the Saints win over Tampa Bay. Bridgewater will face a better defense in Jacksonville, which is coming off a loss to Carolina. The Jags backup quarterback, Gardner Minshew, has also been impressive though he is just 2-2 as the starter. The Jags and Saints have only played each other six times and New Orleans has won four games, including the last three straight. Playing at home though the Jags could make life tough for Bridgewater. Call it a hunch… Jacksonville 28, New Orleans 27

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The AFC North is a mess. The Ravens (3-2) needed an overtime field goal to beat the 1-4 Pittsburgh Steelers. Next up is the 0-5 Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals are so bad they lost to the previously winless Cardinals at home last week. Cincinnati’s defense is just bad. The Bengals are 31st in rush defense (167.7 yards per game), 31st in total defense (411.8), and 27th in scoring defense (27.2 points per game). Enough said… Baltimore 35, Cincinnati 20

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