Week 6 Free NFL Picks
Brett Favre, his struggling team and his struggling decision-making, seems to have it pretty toough, heading into a must-win Week 6 battle against the equally desperate Cowboys.
Dallas’ coach Wade Phillips would kill to be Brett Favre right now. While the Vikings’ quarterback is busy dealing with some issues in his personal life, to put it mildly, that’s nothing compared to what Phillips has to deal with.
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The Cowboys’ coach has angered Jerry Jones and I can think of no worse fate to befall anyone in the NFL. Starting 1-3, especially in a season where Jones demands to win the Super Bowl in his own house, simply won’t do. Phillips and Favre could both do with a win right now but only one of them will go home smiling after the Vikings play the Cowboys this weekend.
I like the Cowboys defense to torment Brett Favre all day. Dallas won’t get much done on the ground but Tony Romo should deliver enough in the passing game to secure a win on the road.
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The Ravens embarrassed New England last time these sides met, when Baltimore stomped the Patriots in the playoffs. Given the upheaval in the Patriots these past couple of weeks, it’s tough to see anything other than a repeat of that dominant Baltimore performance.
Tom Brady no longer has Randy Moss as a deep threat while the New England defense is prone to giving up big yardage.
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Donovan McNabb has worked a few miracles since joining the Redskins and if he pulls off another this Sunday we’ll have to start talking about Washington as playoff contenders. The Redskins welcome the Colts for Sunday Night Football. Indianapolis have stuttered this season but still own a 3-2 record.
The critical factor in this game is Washington’s pass defense, or rather its lack thereof. While the Colts failed to capitalize on a weak Texans’ secondary earlier in the year, you can be sure that Indianapolis will air it out on Sunday. The Redskins’ defense is giving up 298 passing yards per game. That will be Washington’s undoing on Sunday.
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Monday Night Football sees the Jaguars host the Titans in an AFC South battle. It’s tough to get a good read on either Tennessee or Jacksonville. The Titans enjoyed a big win over Dallas last week while the Jaguars have won two straight.
Statistically this is a tight match-up except in one key area that should prove decisive. The Jaguars defense has big trouble getting off the field, with opponents converting on 42.3 percent of third downs. Against playmakers like Vince Young and Chris Johnson that just won’t cut it.
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