Jay’s Plays NFL picks: Week 6 predictions and bettor’s guide
Jay's Plays

Jay’s Plays NFL picks: Week 6 predictions and bettor’s guide


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It was a 4-2 week for Ernesto the Prediction Iguana and his crackerjack team of assistants, 2-1 in teasers. That’s a solid start to the year! We won with the Bengals, Ravens, Patriots and Panthers. The two losses were by a combined ONE point in the over/unders.

YOU'D SMILE TOO IF YOU PLAYED OUR PICKS! 4-2 OVERALL,, 21 IN TEASERS LAST WEEK!

Here’s this week’s winners before they happen. And when you speak of us, speak kindly -- as Crash Davis said before tipping off a Nuke LaLoosh pitch. As always, we do two-team teasers here, so we can move the line six points either way. We use the lines from Vegas Insider, HOME TEAM IN CAPS.

SAME OLD, SAME OLD

PATRIOTS (+2.5) VS. Chiefs
Chargers (+5) at BROWNS



“But the Patriots this! But the Browns that! This year is different!” Until we lose playin’ the Pats and going against the Browns, dance with them that bring ya!


UNDER ARMOR!

PATRIOTS-Chiefs UNDER 65.5
BROWNS-Chargers UNDER 50

I know the scoreboard is getting lit up lately, and drives are kept alive by sneezing on an offensive player for a 15-yard flag, but come on people, the Browns are not allowed an over of 50. It’s league policy. Someone is going to get beat down on defense in Foxboro -- just who remains to be seen (cough cough! Mahomes! cough cough!).

MIXED BAG!

GIANTS-Eagles OVER 38
Seahawks (+3.5) at RAIDERS

Quick! Someone tell Al Davis that he should coach the team himself! Meanwhile, imagine how many Super Bowls the Seahawks might have without Pete Carroll?

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Jay Flemma

Jay Flemma

Starting with a blog and a dream, Jay Flemma launched his first sports-writing website in 2004. Some 13 years and 25 major golf championships later, Jay has won multiple national sports writing awards. Besides GNN, his work has appeared in numerous books as well as on-line at Cybergolf, PGA.com, GolfObserver, GolfChannel.com and many other sites and print magazines. When not trying to find a lost golf ball, Jay is an entertainment, copyright, Internet, sports and trademark lawyer in Manhattan. His clients have been nominated for Grammy and Emmy awards, won a Sundance Film Festival Best Director award, performed on stage and screen, and designed pop art for museums and collectors. Jay lives in Forest Hills, N.Y., and is fiercely loyal to his alma maters, Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts and Trinity College in Connecticut.