Jay's Plays NFL Picks: 2015 betting primer and Week 6 picks

Jay’s Plays NFL Picks: 2015 betting primer and Week 6 picks

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A 4-2 showing on a particularly tough slate of games last week for Ernesto the Prediction Iguana puts him at 9-4 to start the season. Pretty good, but we're aiming to get better still.

While - of course - we correctly picked the Cheatriots, their defense refused to let in a oh-by-the-way touchdown at the end to hit on the over. The Browns win over the Ravens was the other annoyance.


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Here are this week's winners...and when you pick up your winnings from your your man, tell him Ernesto sent you.

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ROAD WARRIORS! (Home team in CAPS.)

Bengals (+6) at BILLS

Even if the Bengals don't win outright, they have enough firepower to cover.

Redskins (+11.5) at JETS

There are some weirdos playing quarterback this year, Kirk Cousins among them, but that's too many points to spot for a Jets team still struggling to find an identity.

UNDER ARMOR!

VIKINGS-Chiefs UNDER 50

The Vikings just don't blow anybody out, and Chiefs star running back, and the heart of their offense, Jamaal Charles is out.

STEELERS-Cardinals UNDER 52

The Steeler offense will sputter until quarterback Ben Roethlisberger gets back. Shame, because it would have been fun to watch a shootout with the high flying Cards coming in. The Steeler defense is stiffening, but they still can get burned deep by a quarterback like Carson Palmer, who can connect better than the Chargers' Philip Rivers.

RED ROVER, RED ROVER!

Broncos (+1.5) at BROWNS

Here's another pick for a team on the road. And here we go again picking against the Browns after getting burned by them last week in almost exactly the same circumstances. It would seem a sexy choice to take upstart Cleveland, but the Browns are still wildly inconsistent.

BROWNS-Broncos OVER 36

36 is a small number. There should be five touchdowns between the two teams.

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