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Super Computer Week 6 Super Contest Picks

After a rough start, the OddsShark Super Computer is on the rise with a 12-12-1 record through the first five weeks of the NFL season. The Computer has gone a profitable 3-2 for three straight weeks and is in prime form to continue its winning ways in Week 6.

Without further ado, here’s the Super Computer’s picks for the Super Contest this weekend:

Titans (-7) over Browns

The Browns are Browns-ing hard right now as they’ve struggled out of the gate to an 0-5 record. Cleveland was bullied by New England last week in a game that easily cashed Pats spread bets. With a 12.2 average margin of loss, the Browns have the worst point differential in the NFL, have lost eight straight games on the road and have covered the spread just once this season.

Tennessee looks like a team on the rise after their emphatic win against the Dolphins in Week 5 and will be disappointed if they don’t beat the sad-sack Browns by more than a touchdown at home this week. The computer has predicted a 32.8-10.4 result in favor of the Titans in this one so the Browns could be on the end of another beatdown in Week 6.

Steelers (-7.5) over Dolphins

Seven and a half points is typically a lot to give up on the road, but the way these teams have looked this season, the Steelers look like a bargain. They’ve been a money bet in this spot before, as they’ve gone 5-1 ATS in their last six games as a favorite of 7.5 points or more, while Miami has been a team to fade in this situation, as they’ve gone just 2-6 ATS in their last eight as a dog of 7.5 or more.

In Pittsburgh’s four wins this season, they’ve won by an average of 19.75 points, while the Dolphins are coming off consecutive double-digit losses. In their most recent game, they lost by 13 at home to the Titans, who are averaging just 18.4 points per game this season. The Steelers are averaging 27.8 points per game, so expect a blowout.

Bears (-2.5) over Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars are a pathetic 1-19 SU in their past 20 road games – with their one road game this season seeing them easily handled by the awful San Diego Chargers. In those 20 road games, the Jags have been outscored by an average of 13.1 points per game while losing by more than three points on 18 occasions.

Since taking over the starting job due to a Jay Cutler injury, Brian Hoyer has completed 71.9 percent of his passes while throwing for six touchdowns and no picks. Though Jacksonville’s defense has been great in terms of yardage, they are allowing 27.8 points per game and their anemic offense can do nothing to really help.

Raiders (pick) over Chiefs

It’s well known that the Raiders aren’t the best bet at home, but with this line at a Pick, it feels like that 0-6 ATS slide in their last six games in Oakland is going to come to an end.

The Chiefs are winless both SU and ATS in their two road games this season and will have a tough task stopping Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, who has been lights out through five games.

A win against this particularly fierce AFC West rival would exorcise a lot of demons for this Raiders team since they’ve floundered versus the Chiefs in recent years.

Packers (-4.5) over Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys are playing some inspired football right now, but don’t let that fool you. A road date with the Green Bay Packers at historic Lambeau Field is shaping up to be a letdown game for Cowboys backers, and the Computer is taking the chalk as a result.

The Packers have dominated this series, going 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS in their last five against Dallas. Ezekiel Elliot has been running wild for the ’Boys, but Green Bay’s league-best rushing defense will limit his opportunities on the ground.