Pete Prisco’s NFL Week 6 picks: The Steelers cooled off rival Browns, Bills bounced back to Stuarts,

I can not lie. I’m on a bit of heater with my pix right now.

So I go every week just waiting for it to cool down. It has to happen, isn’t it? It will happen, right?

I sure hope not.

I went 8-5 against the spread last week – we didn’t pick up the Bill-Titans game – raising my record to 45-30-1. I was up-5 straight to go 51–27–1 in the season. My best bets on the Six Podcast were 4–2 ATS, receiving 20–9–1 on the year.

Yes, they are taking me to call Pandemic Pete on the podcast because it seems to be the year with my pick.

Let’s keep it that way.

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All odds are through the William Hill Sportsbook.

Houston Texans (-3) at Tennessee Titans

The Texans got their first win of the year last week against Jacksonville, but this is a major step forward. The Titans are playing on a short week, which is tough. But they were impressed against the buffalo and will influence here. The Titans take it.

Select: Titans 30, Texas 23

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Cleveland Browns (-3.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

This is the game of the week. But Brown has not won in Pittsburgh since 2003. Why would he change here? Cleveland is a run-heavy team that would like to control the clock, but it would not. Meanwhile, the Steelers will have success throwing it. The Steelers take it.

Select: Steelers 31, Brown 21

Baltimore Ravens (-7.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

Rance has not played well this season as well. But that would change against the Eagles. Look for Lamar Jackson to have a big day against the Eagles secondary. The Defense Defense will also receive the Best of the Philly offense. The Ravens give it a big win.

Select: Ravens 29, Eagles 20

Washington Football Team in New York (-2.5)

This is the Dog Game of the Week. The Giants have not won yet and Washington has one win. The Giants made some life appearances last week against the Cowboys, which would go on. The Giants will win their first game.

Select: Giants 23, Redskins 17

Atlanta Falcons (-3.5) at Minnesota Vikings

Rahm Morris took over as Falcons coach with the firing of Dan Quinn. Can he bring some life to this team? The defense is too short, and now he must face the Vikings offense that can run it, even without Dalvin Cook. The Vikings are home for the first time in two weeks and they will find a way to win it. It may be closer than expected.

Select: Vikings 27, Falcons 26

Detroit Lions (-3.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

Matthew Stafford is not putting up big numbers, but he will turn against Jacksonville. The Jaguars have major issues on defense and Stafford will lighten them up. The Jaguars will also be able to move the ball and score some points. It will be a high scoring game, but it is the Lions that will win it.

Select: Lions 36, Jaguars 28

Cincinnati Bengals in the Indianapolis Colts (-8)

This is another tough road test for the Bengals, who were defeated by the Ravens last week. The Colts lost to the Browns last week and Philip Rivers did not play well. He will be here For the bounce back see the Colts.

Select: Colts 24, Bengals 13

Chicago Bears in Carolina Panthers (-2.5)

It is surprisingly a big game between two good teams. The Panthers have impressed on both offense and defense and the young defenseman should be able to slow down Nick Foles and the gang. Teddy Bridgwater keeps winning.

Select: Panthers 27, Bears 17

News York Jets at Miami Dolphins (-9)

The game was moved from Week 9 to COVID scheduling changes. This is good news for Miami. The jets are messed up. The Dolphins performed well in the 49th match last week. It would continue here as the Dolphins defeated former coach Adam Gasey.

Select: Dolphins 28, Jets 14

Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-2)

This is Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady. It is no better than this – even in his advanced age. The Packers are coming by-by, while the Bucs played last Thursday. The Packers are really running on offense, which is why I think Rodgers will get this best. The Packers will remain undefeated.

Pick: Packers 34, Books 30

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

The 49ers are getting a lot of bang and they are playing poorly. He has quarterback issues, which is never a good thing. The Rams go 4–0 against the NFC East, but this is a bad division. They are playing well, which is why they will win this game. Jared Goff has a big game. The 49ers are a mess.

Select: Ramas 30, 49th 20

Denver Broncos (-9.5) at New England Patriots

The game was postponed because of Kovid, who could help the Patriots as they could have Cam Newton and Stephen Matthew Monto. The Broncos weren’t very good at defeating the Jets a few weeks ago, so check them out to contend here. New England wins, no matter who plays quarterback. If it is Newton, they win big.

Select: Patriots 31, Broncos 17

Kansas city chief on buffalo bill (+3.5)

The Bills looked poor against Tennessee, while the Chiefs did not play well in their loss against the Raiders. So who regroup here? I think if Bill has Travius ​​White they will win him, and I think he will play. Josh Allen will beat Patrick Mahomes in a gunfight battle.

Select: Bills 33, Chiefs 31

Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys (-2.5)

It will begin Andy Dalton for the Cowboys with Dac Prescott heading for the season. The Cardinals are playing their third consecutive road game, which is tough – and it is in prime time. But I think Kyle Murray and crime will look big here. It will be a shootout.

Select: Cardinals 34, Cowboys 30