NFL WEEK SIX

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October 10, 2014

Sheldon's picksWEEK SIX
(Byes: Kansas City, New Orleans)

Thursday's game
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, 8:25 p.m.
After these two teams got off to contrasting starts to the NFL season, they battle for sole possession of first place in the American Football Conference's (AFC) South division this week. With that at stake, I expect the better team, and the better quarterback, to rise to the occasion. An 0-2 start by the Colts will be completely forgotten after they trample over the Texans this week. Whereas J.J. Watt and that Texans' defense will be as physical and aggressive as usual, I expect for Andrew Luck to counter that with quick reads and slant passes. He's a pretty good scrambler as well. Also, the Colts' defense is playing much better than it did in the first two weeks of the season. That said, I expect them to win their fourth straight game this week.
Colts 24, Texans 19

Sunday's games
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m.
It appears that the demise of Tom Brady and the Pats has been grossly overstated. With one dominant victory over a top notch team, they appear back to regular season form, while the Bills are slipping as expected. The main story line in this game will be the Bills' pass rush going up against the makeshift offensive line of the Pats. Whereas I expect for Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus to wreak havoc, Brady and the Pats will persevere. I have a funny feeling about this game, and I would love to pick the Bills to pull off the upset, but I don't know if I could trust them to score enough points to match the Pats, even at home.
Patriots 23, Bills 20

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m.
The Panthers got a huge win last week to take over sole possession of first place in the National Football Conference's (NFC) South division, but they find themselves going up against one of the better teams in the AFC this week. The Bengals coming off a tough loss will be tough to beat, especially at home. Last week's debacle against the Pats wasn't a true indication of what to expect from the Bengals. Defensively, they're much better, and offensively they're legit. I expect for them to get back on track this week.
Bengals 26, Panthers 16

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m.
The Browns have consistently been playing well this season while the Steelers have been up and down. The Browns gave up a lot of points to the Titans last week, and had to rally from 25 down just to get the win, but they got the job done and that is the most important thing. Brian Hoyer has been playing very well. What has impressed me most about the Browns though, is their ability to run the ball. Their rookie tandem of Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West have been producing, and then Ben Tate came out of nowhere to explode for 123 yards last week. The Steelers give up over 100 yards on the ground per game, so the Browns should be able to run all over them in the "Dog Pound" this week.
Browns 23, Steelers 17

Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m.
The Fins face their biggest test of the season this week in containing Aaron Rodgers and that high-powered Packers' offense. I think they'll be ready for the task though, especially with a number of starters set to return to action. The return of Reshad Jones, in particular, should bolster that Dolphins' secondary. The Packers put up 38 on the Bears and 42 on the Vikings in successive weeks, but I think their production will be limited in humid Miami this week. On the other side of the ball, the Fins are fifth in the league in rushing, averaging 142.2 yards per game, even without Knowshon Moreno and Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey. Both could be back this week.
Dolphins 27, Packers 24

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m.
Jim Caldwell has this Lions team playing superb defense, but all of a sudden, their offense has disappeared. Teddy Bridgewater is expected to be back on the field for the Vikes this Sunday, but he hasn't faced a defense like that of the Lions as yet. I have a feeling this game will be won in the trenches. I think the Lions realize the importance of this game, especially if they want to stay ahead of the pack, no pun intended, in the NFC North. Calvin "Megatron" Johnson has been shaky this season, but I expect for him to shake off that ankle injury and turn in a big performance on Sunday to lead the Lions to the win.
Lions 26, Vikings 23

Denver Broncos at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
The Jets are in complete disarray, so much so that even Head Coach Rex Ryan said that he is on the hot seat this week. To make matters worse, they welcome the best team in the AFC to MetLife Stadium. Here's to another week of a poor performance from Geno Smith, and another dominating start by Peyton Manning. It shouldn't even be close, even though they are playing in New York.
Broncos 34, Jets 13

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m.
The Bucs are playing much better now than they did at the beginning of the season, but they're still not on the Ravens' level. I think they'll continue to grow, and will offer a challenge this week, but coming off a tough loss, the Ravens will be ready to steamroll whoever is in their way. For the most part, Joe Flacco has been staying away from the interceptions, and at 35, Steve Smith Sr. is having a Pro Bowl year. The Smith wideout tandem, Steve Sr. and Torrey, is turning in big play after big play for the Ravens. It seems as if they both get at least one big play per game, each. On top of that, Justin Forsett is running the ball well for the Ravens. It will be difficult for the Bucs to contain them this week.
Ravens 30, Buccaneers 23

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m.
Even though they blew a big lead, the Titans showed that they could put points on the scoreboard last week. They should be able to beat the Jags at home this week. Right now, it's unsure if Titans' quarterback Jake Locker will be able to give it a go, but I think the Titans will be able to win this game regardless. Charlie Whitehurst did a respectable job filling in for Locker last week, and he should get the start on Sunday. Whereas I expect the Jags to get a win at some point this season, I don't think it will come this Sunday.
Titans 24, Jaguars 16

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 p.m.
Here's two teams headed in opposite directions. The Chargers are clicking on all cylinders while the Raiders are still winless and have already fired their coach. The Raiders are terrible on both sides of the ball, and even a home date in "The Black Hole" won't save them this week. The Chargers are winning with an efficient Philip Rivers, consistency from tight end Antonio Gates, the ability to grab tough catches from Eddie Royal and Malcolm Floyd, and a very productive running game. They should win easily in Oakland this Sunday.
Chargers 34, Raiders 16

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons, 4:25 p.m.
The Falcons are coming off two tough losses but they find themselves back in the confines of the Georgia Dome this week, where they have outscored their opponents by almost 50 points in just two games. The Falcons are extremely tough to beat in the Georgia Dome. The Bears are coming off a tough loss themselves, and are looking to rebound, but Jay Cutler plays well one week and then poorly the next. Even if he plays well this week, I don't think it will be enough to get past the high-scoring Falcons.
Falcons 30, Bears 20

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 p.m.
Now that their win streak has been broken, we can expect the regular October downslide of the Cards to begin. Back-up quarterback Drew Stanton has overachieved, this early in the season. They'll play well at home, but Kirk Cousins will show why he is considered one of the best young quarterbacks in the league this Sunday. He had a strong performance against that tough secondary of the Seahawks on Monday night, so imagine how he'll torch that 31st ranked passing defense of the Cards this week.
Redskins 28, Cardinals 20

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 p.m.
The Cowboys are riding high right now, and their fans are ecstatic, but the Super Bowl Champs will bring them back down to Earth this week. Offensively, the Cowboys are legit, and defensively they're much improved, but it seems like the 'Hawks can turn it up whenever they want to. Russell Wilson is playing phenomenal football right now, Marshawn Lynch is running the ball like a man possessed, and the 'Hawks are fifth in the league in total defense. The Cowboys counter with Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray, who is leading the league in rushing, but the Seahawks will be able to expose them defensively. Besides, as mentioned many times before, the 12th man in Seattle is for real.
Seahawks 30, Cowboys 27

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
This Sunday night affair will feature one of the better games of the week. It's a divisional rivalry, it's an elite veteran quarterback versus an up-and-coming young gun, and when the 'Hawks knock off the Cowboys this Sunday, it could force a three-way tie for first place in the NFC East. The Eagles are beginning to see that a division that was considered theirs just three weeks ago is very much up in the air. The Giants have played well in Philadelphia over the years, but a key injury to running back Rashad Jennings might make them kind of one dimensional on Sunday night. The Giants' pass rush that I saw in the second half against the Falcons last week will be hard to stop. I like the G-men to continue improving, but I think the Eagles will be up to the challenge this week.
Eagles 31, Giants 28

Monday's game
San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams, 8:30 p.m.
The Niners have gone back to hard nosed football in their last two games. They have been winning with a strong rushing attack and a shutdown defense, despite missing key pieces. The Rams have been very impressive with third string quarterback Austin Davis under center, but I'll go with defense over offense any day. Besides, the Niners know that they are in a divisional dog fight with the two teams ahead of them. They have to consistently win games like this if they intend on making the playoffs this year. The Niners have dominated this series in recent years, and I think they'll come out on top again, in this Monday night affair.
49ers 33, Rams 24
Naughty's picks

WEEK SIX
(Byes: Kansas City, New Orleans)
Well, not a bad week for me last week. I will take the 12-3 and settle in third place, well within striking distance of the leader. Let's see if I can gain some ground this week. I'm about to start vacation, off to do some comedy shows in the U.S. so my picks will be coming at you with quickness, no time to elaborate - I'm in vacation mode!

Thursday's game
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, 8:25 p.m.
Colts too hot to handle!
Colts 24, Texans 20

Sunday's games
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m.
Tom Brady and the Patriots aren't dead yet. Kyle Orton makes the Bills legitimate. Bills win at home.
Bills 24, Patriots 23

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m.
I was set with the Bengals at home, but A.J. Green's toe injury forces him to miss Sunday's game, leaving the Bengals receiving corps in disarray. Now, the Panthers are a solid road underdog. I'm calling the upset - Panthers on the road.
Panthers 27, Bengals 20

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m.
I don't know which Browns team will show up, nor which Steelers team for that matter. (Coin flip) Browns will win at home.
Browns 23, Steelers 20

Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m.
The Dolphins should have stayed on the bye week. The Packers are clicking on offense.
Packers 27, Dolphins 20

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m.
Despite not having Calvin "Megatron" Johnson and Reggie Bush, the Lions will stay united on the road with the "next man up" mentality.
Lions 27, Vikings 20

Denver Broncos at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Obvious!
Broncos 37, Jets 17

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m.
The Ravens play tough at home and on the road, despite shooting themselves in the foot last week against the Colts. I like them in this one against an unpredictable Bucs squad.
Ravens 27, Buccaneers 23

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m.
The Titans will win at home.
Titans 27, Jaguars 17

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 p.m.
Again, it's obvious!
Chargers 31, Raiders 17

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons, 4:25 p.m.
The Falcons will win at home.
Falcons 27, Bears 24

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 p.m.
The Cardinals get quarterback Carson Palmer back, and they are at home.
Cardinals 27, Redskins 23

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 p.m.
My mind says Seahawks at home but my heart says Cowboys in an upset. I will follow my heart - Tony Romo exercises old demons. There's your shocker Teej Grant!
Cowboys 24, Seahawks 23

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
The Giants are hot after a slow start, and the Eagles may be overrated. The Giants' winning streaks moves to four in a row with a big road win.
Giants 27, Eagles 26

Monday's game
San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams, 8:30 p.m.
Management and Jim Harbaugh have kissed and made up for now, which means a big 49ers home win against a scrappy Rams team.
49ers 24, Rams 17

Jammal's picks

WEEK SIX
(Byes: Kansas City, New Orleans)

Thursday's game
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, 8:25 p.m.
This will probably be the first Thursday night game where the score might actually be close. I expect this division match-up to be a good one. There are very few quarterbacks playing better than Andrew Luck this year and the Colts have the best passing attack in the league statistically. Houston hasn't hit its stride defensively as a unit yet, and I think Indy will be able to capitalize on that and contain the ground game of the Texans. All signs point to the Colts emerging victorious.
Colts 27, Texans 17

Sunday's games
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m.
The Pats were able to silence the critics for one week after a very impressive win against the Bengals, and they will have to duplicate that effort against division rival Buffalo. The key for this game will be containing the ground attack of C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson, and if New England manages to do that, it will make the secondary's job easier against Kyle Orton. Tom Brady will have to play sharp once again and I believe he will rise to the occasion and have a big day against the Bills. It will be close early, but the Patriots pull away down the stretch.
Patriots 30, Bills 20

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m.
The Bengals finally came back down to Earth last Sunday and that game should serve as a reality check for them realizing that they are not as good as they thought. As of right now, they are better than Carolina, and a heavy dose of Giovani Bernard on the ground will spell problems for the Panthers' 23rd ranked run defense. Once Andy Dalton minimizes the turnovers, Cincy should come out on top.
Bengals 23, Panthers 14

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m.
The Steelers still aren't at the level where I could confidently pick them to win a division road game and the Browns are not consistent enough to play four quarters of great football. Who do I pick? How about the team that won eight out of the last 10 meetings, has the better playmakers on offense and is 2-1 on the road this season. Cleveland could very well win this game, but I believe the Steelers will take care of business on Sunday.
Steelers 27, Browns 23

Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m.
Green Bay is looking like the team most experts expected them to be and I believe that they will carry this momentum into Miami on Sunday. The Packers are sixth in the league in sacks and Ryan Tannehill will be under constant pressure all day. The Dolphins probably wish they were playing Oakland again this week, but they will have to face the reality of another loss at home.
Packers 27, Dolphins 13

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m.
Calvin Johnson's status for Sunday is uncertain and the Lions' offense looks stagnant without number 81 in the line-up. This seems like a really good spot for Minnesota to steal a victory at home, but Detroit's defense has been great so far this season. As much as I would like to side with Detroit, I believe somehow the Vikings will find a way to pull a victory off at home behind a balanced effort from the offense, defense and special teams. A field goal will decide this game, and I like Minny to kick the go-ahead score.
Vikings 23, Lions 21

Denver Broncos at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
After getting stunned by San Diego last Sunday, the Jets will get rewarded with a trampling courtesy of Peyton Manning. All we can hope for is another record-breaking day from Manning so the game is watchable in the second half. Rex Ryan's coaching seat will be even hotter after Sunday.
Broncos 38, Jets 10

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m.
The Bucs are playing some competitive football all of a sudden, and it may finally pay off this week. However, Baltimore may be the best defense Tampa Bay will face thus far and the Ravens will assert its dominance on that side of the ball. Steve Smith Sr. should have a good game against his former division rival and Baltimore will come out on top.
Ravens 20, Buccaneers 10

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m.
The only bright spot for Jacksonville so far this season has been Blake Bortles, who has proven he can play quarterback at the highest level of football. However, I don't expect the Titans to have another meltdown at home. They will take care of business this week.
Titans 21, Jaguars 17

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 p.m.
The Raiders were very successful during its bye week, but I don't believe they will duplicate that output when they actually have to play a football team. The worst part is they're playing a really good Chargers squad, so this won't end nice.
Chargers 33, Raiders 12

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons, 4:25 p.m.
This game will be nothing short of a shootout. It should be one of the more entertaining games this week. There's no place like home for the Falcons, and Matt Ryan and the offense will have to bring their "A" game to duel with Jay Cutler. This game could very well go either way, but Atlanta has been playing good enough football to win in the games that they've lost. Jay Cutler will certainly keep his team in this game, but I like the "Dirty Birds" to handle business in the Georgia Dome.
Falcons 38, Bears 34

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 p.m.
The biggest question mark for this game is who will start at quarterback for Arizona on Sunday, as the statuses of Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton are unknown. However, the Cardinals' defense has been getting the job done for the majority of the season and they have been really good at home. East coast teams have not fared well traveling out west thus far and I expect the Redskins to struggle come Sunday. This Washington team is simply not good right now, and Arizona will capitalize on that no matter who starts at quarterback.
Cardinals 23, Redskins 13

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 p.m.
This contest would make for a game of the week candidate, but I have a feeling that this one will get out of hand very quickly. The match-up to watch here will be Dez Bryant going up against Richard Sherman, and while I think Bryant will win the individual battle in the stat sheet, the Seahawks will overwhelm Dallas in every other aspect. Expect a heavy dose of the ground attack from Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson, and be prepared for several Tony Romo turnovers. The Cowboys have shown a lot of resolve in several games this season, but Seattle is a tough place to play, much less win.
Seahawks 35, Cowboys 16

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
This is my pick for game of the week. This NFC East match-up will not be lacking in the offense department by any means. The G-men have really hit their stride over the last month. They are finding ways to win games rather than snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. I believe Eli Manning and Nick Foles will have the best quarterback duel so far this season and this game will come down to the final stretch in the fourth quarter. Philly has struggled running the ball over the past two weeks while New York has improved on the ground. I expect Manning to spread the ball around and make the necessary plays to secure a road victory under the primetime lights. The Eagles are very vulnerable defensively and that will hurt them when it matters most on Sunday. This should be fun to watch, but I like New York on the road.
Giants 42, Eagles 34

Monday's game
San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams, 8:30 p.m.
I don't know exactly what to expect from either team in this game because the Rams are capable of playing a perfect game once every few games, while the 49ers can be a no-show at times. However, I will have to trust that the better team in San Francisco will get the job done behind a strong defensive effort and a commitment to the run game. As always, St. Louis will put up a fight, but the 49ers will be too much on Monday night.
49ers 23, Rams 16

Teej's picks

WEEK SIX
(Byes: Kansas City, New Orleans)

Thursday's game
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, 8:25 p.m.
Andrew Luck has been on top of his game despite throwing too many picks. Going up against the best defense in the league, he may want to study extra film and be more accurate and careful with the ball. The Texans' offense is too slow to keep up with the Colts' offense. The Colts will score more points.
Colts 23, Texans 16

Sunday's games
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m.
The Patriots bounced back in a major way against the Bengals after getting a beating from the Chiefs. When Tom Brady has confidence, it's hard to stop that. The Bills prematurely decided to sit E.J. Manuel. I think this game will show that decision was premature.
Patriots 27, Bills 23

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m.
The Panthers pulled off a miraculous comeback against the Bears last week in a game they should have lost. Even though the referees in that game were calling similar to the replacement referees a couple of years ago, the Panthers still came back and made big plays. However, I don't think they will go on the road and duplicate last Sunday's performance.
Bengals 23, Panthers 12

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m.
Do you believe in magic? The Browns do! They have been like magicians in late game situations in the two games they have won. The Steelers have been as inconsistent as our government. One minute they do something somewhat impressive, and then they do something horribly disastrous. If the Steelers can shake off that "Christie administration curse", they will be fine. Really and truly, I have as much faith in the Steelers as I have in the current Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Browns 17, Steelers 13

Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m.
The Dolphins come off a much needed bye week after playing in London and winning. They had enough time to regroup after the Philbin/Tannehill drama, and they just might have found a running game while Knowshon Moreno is healing. The Packers looked lethal over the last two games, outscoring their opponents 80-27. Playing in the Miami heat will be challenging for them. I have confidence in the Dolphins' defensive line to get after Aaron Rodgers and pull this game out in the clutch.
Dolphins 24, Packers 23

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m.
The Lions may be without their leading receiver Calvin "Megatron" Johnson, on Sunday. Teddy Bridgewater is making his return to the field against the Lions. The Lions struggle with inconsistency too, and I think Teddy Bridgewater is ready to show he is the new face of the Vikings' franchise.
Vikings 20, Lions 17

Denver Broncos at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
With the questions surrounding the Jets, I can't imagine that they will be ready to put up a legitimate fight against one of football's gods, Peyton Manning.
Broncos 31, Jets 10

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m.
The Buccaneers is a talented team, but they need work. The Ravens are more structured and well-coached and they will take this one in a close one in central Florida.
Ravens 24, Buccaneers 20

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m.
In the AFC South, these divisional battles are ones we don't look forward to. It is like watching an old episode of "Murder She Wrote" or "Matlock". Games like this end up watching the people that are in front of the T.V. The Titans will win in a slow developing slugfest. My grandmother likes to watch "Walker, Texas Ranger". She might like this one.
Titans 30, Jaguars 17

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 p.m.
The Chargers are playing too good to be defeated by the Raiders.
Chargers 20, Raiders 16

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons, 4:25 p.m.
The Bears is my favorite team to watch, but they are HORRIBLE on defense. The Falcons have scored 93 points at home in two games this season, and the Bears won't be able to stop the bleeding with the Falcons being that potent offensively.
Falcons 38, Bears 27

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 p.m.
The Redskins have a great team. They just can't win. The desert is a hard place to play, and the Cardinals are cannibalistic on defense. The Redskins will continue to slide.
Cardinals 23, Redskins 20

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 p.m.
This is where we see Tony Romo's flaws. Games like this expose the Cowboys. The Seahawks look hungrier than before. They can't be stopped on either side of the ball.
Seahawks 23, Cowboys 16

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
The Eagles and the Giants are playing great football. They along with the Cowboys have made the NFC East one of the strongest divisions in football. We are in for a treat on Sunday night. Nick Foles is clutch this season, and he will exercise that clutch gene to pull it off against the G-men.
Eagles 27, Giants 24

Monday's game
San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams, 8:30 p.m.
The overrated Colin Kaepernick takes to the field with a lot to prove. I heard Michael Sam was looking forward to playing against the 49ers quarterback, but Sam sadly didn't make the cut for St. Louis. Anyway, the Rams' defense is not a pushover defense. The 49ers will struggle, but they will pull it off on the legs of their running backs.
49ers 16, Rams 12

Overall standings

Wally Ferguson
WEEK FIVE: 14-1
OVERALL: 51-25
Week Six Picks: Texans, Bills, Bengals, Browns, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Devin Francis
WEEK FIVE: 11-4
OVERALL: 50-26
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Packers, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Jammal Smith
WEEK FIVE: 13-2
OVERALL: 48-28
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Packers, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Reggie Ocean
WEEK FIVE: 13-2
OVERALL: 48-28
Week Six Picks: Texans, Patriots, Bengals, Browns, Packers, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Naughty (Hot 91.7FM)
WEEK FIVE: 12-3
OVERALL: 48-28
Week Six Picks: Colts, Bills, Panthers, Browns, Packers, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Cowboys, Giants and 49ers.

Royston Jones Jr.
WEEK FIVE: 11-4
OVERALL: 48-28
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Browns, Packers, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Stephen "Steebie J" Johnson
WEEK FIVE: 10-5
OVERALL: 48-28
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Panthers, Browns, Packers, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Redskins, Cowboys, Eagles and 49ers.

Antoinne Robinson
WEEK FIVE: 13-2
OVERALL: 46-30
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Buccaneers, Jaguars, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Kermit Rahming
WEEK FIVE: 11-4
OVERALL: 46-30
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Packers, Vikings, Broncos, Buccaneers, Jaguars, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Brent Dean
WEEK FIVE: 11-4
OVERALL: 46-30
Week Six Picks: Colts, Bills, Bengals, Browns, Dolphins, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Jaguars, Chargers, Falcons, Redskins, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Sheldon Longley (Defending Champion)
WEEK FIVE: 10-5
OVERALL: 46-30
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Browns, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Redskins, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Brad Hanna
WEEK FIVE: 10-5
OVERALL: 44-32
Week Six Picks: Texans, Patriots, Panthers, Steelers, Packers, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Bears, Cardinals, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Tony "Teej" Grant Jr.
WEEK FIVE: 10-5
OVERALL: 44-32
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Browns, Dolphins, Vikings, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Tito Butler
WEEK FIVE: 12-3
OVERALL: 43-33
Week Six Picks: Texans, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

Juan McCartney
WEEK FIVE: 10-5
OVERALL: 43-33
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Packers, Lions, Broncos, Buccaneers, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Redskins, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Simba French
WEEK FIVE: 8-7
OVERALL: 43-33
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Packers, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Cowboys, Eagles and 49ers.

Randy Smith
WEEK FIVE: 9-6
OVERALL: 42-34
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Panthers, Browns, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Titans, Chargers, Bears, Redskins, Seahawks, Giants and 49ers.

Richard Rudon
WEEK FIVE: 7-8
OVERALL: 41-35
Week Six Picks: Colts, Patriots, Bengals, Steelers, Dolphins, Lions, Broncos, Ravens, Jaguars, Chargers, Falcons, Cardinals, Seahawks, Eagles and 49ers.

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News date : 10/10/2014    Category : Sports, Nassau Guardian Stories

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