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NFL Week 6 Odds Shark Computer Picks - 2016

Kansas City marches into the Bay Area to take on the Raiders on Sunday afternoon looking to climb over the .500 mark for the third time this season. The OddsShark Super Computer is predicting that Andy Reid could be leaving an upset man as it has the Soul Patrol winning this game 25.5-20.7.

Not a single trend agrees with this prediction but the Raiders are 4-1 so far. They are a little lucky to have that record as they have won two games by just a point and have a winning margin of victory of only three. Derek Carr has been absolutely clinical in the red zone so far this year and has led his team to two fourth-quarter comeback wins, giving him seven for his career – a number that actually brings him even with his brother David in the all-time standings.

The Cleveland “insert joke here” Browns

Cleveland has seen a ton of success from its sports teams lately – just not from the Browns. Cleveland’s football team is now 0-5 and is coming off a 20-point loss that easily cashed Patriot spread bets. The computer thinks the Titans add insult to the Browns’ injury this week as it’s predicting Tennessee rolls to a 32.8-10.4 victory.

The sad-sack Browns have not won a road game in eight attempts and have covered the spread in just two of those. A man named Kevin Hogan is rumored to be starting at quarterback for Cleveland this week and if you’ve never heard that name before, you’re not alone.

The Browns’ traveling circus keeps on trucking as their carousel of quarterbacks continues to spin and, honestly, it’s starting to get sad.

For Home the bell Tolls

Home field has not been as massive an advantage this year as it usually is in the NFL as visitors have a 36-38-2 ATS record thus far. The computer expects that number to jump up significantly in favor of home squads after Week 6 as it's predicting teams playing at home go 14-0-1 against the spread this weekend.

The computer is also predicting that home teams clean up on the moneyline as it has projected a 12-2-1 straight-up record for squads playing in friendly territory. Ten of those teams are home favorites so it’s not an outrageous prediction on a slate of pretty brutal football games.

The four dogs the computer is on this week are the Chargers, Redskins, Saints and Dolphins. Of those, San Diego is the only team expected to win on the moneyline as the Chargers are projected to beat the division rival Denver Broncos 25.9-21.4 at home on Thursday Night Football.

Week 6 NFL Computer Picks
ThuDenver Broncos San Diego Chargers21.425.9
SunLos Angeles RamsDetroit Lions16.826.2
SunPittsburgh SteelersMiami Dolphins26.117.9
SunBaltimore RavensNew York Giants16.825.8
SunSan Francisco 49ersBuffalo Bills1725
SunJacksonville JaguarsChicago Bears14.928.1
SunCarolina PanthersNew Orleans Saints24.224.2
SunCincinnati BengalsNew England Patriots15.631.4
SunPhiladelphia EaglesWashington Redskins23.220.6
SunCleveland BrownsTennessee Titans10.432.8
SunKansas City ChiefsOakland Raiders20.725.5
SunDallas CowboysGreen Bay Packers19.425.4
SunAtlanta FalconsSeattle Seahawks19.926.9
SunIndianapolis ColtsHouston Texans1529.4
MonNew York JetsArizona Cardinals13.432.2