NFL evaluators make picks on Week 6's best games

This matchup looked good on paper when they drew up the schedule. This is not the unit right now that can get into a legit shootout with Aaron Rodgers and make him pull out the dramatics the way he did against the Cowboys. Cassel, meanwhile … is Cassel. The Giants are running out of wide receivers. NFL Expert Picks - Week 2

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Week 6 NFL picks, predictions

Can the Steelers right the ship against the league's best team? Take a look at the Football Power Index to figure it all out. Three evaluators joined the panel for Week 6. This week's selected games: Two of the three insiders are taking the Eagles to win in a road upset on a short week.

That came as a bit of a surprise after Carolina won back-to-back road games against New England and Detroit. The Eagles are also rolling, but they're also underdogs. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies? Week 2 takeaways for every team: Concern for Eagles, Steelers? Claiming that the Lions' offense can get healthy against the Saints' defense is really just a saying in this case.

Matthew Stafford is apparently actually injured. The Lions defense showed vulnerability against the Panthers, and while Drew Brees and this offense presents different challenges, the Lions unit has a lot to prove. It feels like Teddy Bridgewater played for them barely more recently than Fran Tarkenton did.

This is not the unit right now that can get into a legit shootout with Aaron Rodgers and make him pull out the dramatics the way he did against the Cowboys.

The Ravens shouldn't consider themselves out of the woods yet, even after whipping the Raiders in Oakland, or even with the Bears coming to town. The big Mitchell Trubisky change only spotlighted how few offensive threats the Bears have.

This is likely their fate this season: But they were failing on that side even before they lost J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus last week. Somehow, it ended up being Deshaun Watson or nothing. This is most commonly caused by white-space inserted around server-rendered markup. Render methods should be a pure function of props and state; triggering nested component updates from render is not allowed.

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