Going into week 6, our model(s) continue to perform slightly better than the 52.4% required to break even. The table below provides all our computer predictions going into week 6. We analyzed them and determined what we think, are the best games to bet on.
|Giants (11%)||Patriots (89%)||Patriots by 15|
|Panthers (63%)||Buccaneers (37%)||Panthers by 5|
|Redskins (51%)||Dolphins (49%)||Redskins by 5|
|Saints (60%)||Jaguars (40%)||Saints by 3|
|Bengals (19%)||Ravens (81%)||Ravens by 8.5|
|Seahawks (48%)||Browns (52%)||Browns by 1.5|
|Eagles (44%)||Vikings (56%)||Vikings by 7|
|Texans (43%)||Chiefs (57%)||Chiefs by 6|
|Falcons (71%)||Cardinals (29%)||Falcons by 9|
|49ers (45%)||Rams (55%)||Rams by 2|
|Titans (57%)||Broncos (43%)||Titans by 4|
|Cowboys (92%)||Jets (8%)||Cowboys by 17|
|Steelers (47%)||Chargers (53%)||Chargers by 1|
|Lions (22%)||Packers (78%)||Packers by 8.5|
Here Are Our Recommended Bets for Week 6
Cowboys (-9) @ Jets – (Our AI system predicts the Cowboys to win by 17) – After a high flying 3-0 start, the Cowboys were brought back down to Earth after two humbling losses. Sunday’s game against the Jets could not come at a better time. Sam Darnold might’ve gotten cleared to play, but that will do little to stop Dallas from cruising to an easy victory. Expect Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot to flourish in this rebound game for Dallas.
Lions @ Packers (-4.5) – (Our AI system predicts the Packers to win by 8.5) – The Packers sit on top of arguably the league’s toughest division going into week 6. Detroit is a formidable opponent for any team, especially coming off a bye week. The running game between the two teams is pretty much a stalemate at this point in the season. QB production will define the game on offense. Although both Stafford and Rodgers can unleash on any given team, the Packers improved defense will likely be the tougher foe of the day.
Saints @ Jaguars (-1) – (Our AI system predicts the Saints to win by 3) – The Saints are arguably the best team in the NFL right now even without Drew Brees. Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas have shown no signs of slowing down. Teddy Bridgewater continues to look more and more comfortable every week. Last week he threw for over 300 yards and four touchdowns (1 interception). Bridgewater may not replicate his form from the previous week, but he will play well enough to deliver a win.