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Betting Guide: NFL Sunday Week 6

Sunday is the day to lay on your couch and watch some football. Why not make some money while doing both?

Green Bay at Minnesota

Case Keenum vs. Aaron Rodgers? Hmmm. Well, Aaron Rodgers is coming off an impressive win at Dallas. With a minute left in the game, Rodgers drove the Packers high flying offense down for 6. He is just too good of a quarterback to be rattled by the strong Vikings defense. Although Ty Montgomery is out with bruised ribs, the replacement Aaron Jones has been more than fine. He ran for 125 yards and a touchdown. Look for the two Aaron’s to take down the Vikings. Is Vegas trying to mess with our head only giving a 2.5 spread? It made me stop and think for a little. Go Pack goes! LOCK OF WEEK: PACKERS ML and PACKERS -3.

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Patriots @ Jets

What is going on the with the Patriots? Off to a 3-2 start, they have not been playing their best football. Brady and Belichick are frustrated, and this will be their breakout game. The Jets are 3-2, but their wins are against the Dolphins, Jaguars, and Browns. Brady and Cooks have had great chemistry lately. I hope the Patriots put up 40+ in New York. New England fans, my message to you is that it is only the 6th week. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick like to cover the spread! PATS -9

Bears @ Ravens

The Bears are going to get beat the Ravens Sunday. Mitch Trubinsky has given Bears fans hope. He is going to be a very good QB one day, and I think tomorrow is a perfect time for him to pick apart the Ravens defense. This over-under is 38.5 because of two good defenses. I think that these teams will put up three scores each. BEARS MONEY LINE, BEARS +6, and the over of 38.5!

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Steelers @ Chiefs

Look at those Chiefs! Wow. Kareem Hunt looks like he has played in the NFL for 6 years. He is a shifty running back who has a bright future ahead of him. Alex Smith has been slinging the ball well. Big Ben is coming off a horrible week throwing FIVE interceptions. Come on Ben, 5? To add to that, two were for pick 6’s. This weekend, be prepared for a lot of upsets. I don’t think the Chiefs remain undefeated, even at home. STEELERS MONEY LINE



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