2013 NFL Picks: Every Game, Week 6

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Predictions for every game on the NFL schedule for Week 6 of the 2013 season.

A quick look at every game on the NFL schedule for Week 6, along with the consensus picks of Athlon Sports' editors.

Giants (0-5) at Bears (3-2)
The Big Blue Wrecking Crew and Monsters of the Midway defenses need to look alive against Eli Manning (12 INTs, two lost fumbles) and Jay Cutler (six INTs, three lost fumbles) on Thursday. Bears by 7

Packers (2-2) at Ravens (3-2)
Baltimore lost its beloved pregame-dancing linebacker who wore No. 52. Now Green Bay has to cope with the loss of its own post-sack-dancing No. 52, Clay Matthews (broken thumb). Packers by 4

Bengals (3-2) at Bills (2-3)
Thad Lewis, the most statistically accomplished QB in Duke football history, will make a quantum leap from the practice squad to NFL starter. Bengals by 6

Lions (3-2) at Browns (3-2)
Cleveland is 3–0 since the return of wideout Josh Gordon, who is now the center of swirling trade rumors with the receiver-starved 49ers. Lions by 5

Steelers (0-4) at Jets (3-2)
Uber-confident Ryan Clark will be quick to point out to his Blitz-burgh teammates that the Steelers are playing at the site of Super Bowl XLVIII. Steelers by 2

Rams (2-3) at Texans (2-3)
Matt Schaub has thrown a pick-six in a record four straight games. St. Louis’ Janoris Jenkins had three pick-sixes last year and Matt Giordano had an 82-yard pick-six just last week. Texans by 5

Panthers (1-3) at Vikings (1-3)
Carolina outscoring opponents 45–12 at home, but outscored 46–29 on the road this season. Vikings by 2

Raiders (2-3) at Chiefs (5-0)
Oakland swept K.C. last year, winning 26–16 at Arrowhead and 15–0 at the Black Hole. Chiefs by 8

Eagles (2-3) at Buccaneers (0-4)
Chip Kelly and Greg Schiano will give it the old college try once more unto the breach, er, Bay. Eagles by 3

Jaguars (0-5) at Broncos (5-0)
The worst vs. first matchup could feature the Broncos’ second-string in the second half. Broncos by 27

Titans (3-2) at Seahawks (4-1)
Former UW star Jake Locker will be on crutches for his Seattle homecoming. But the Hawks will likely be in “Beast Mode” after two road games. Seahawks by 11

Saints (5-0) at Patriots (4-1)
Last week, Tom Brady failed to throw a TD pass for the first time since Jan. 3, 2010. Patriots by 1

Cardinals (3-2) at 49ers (3-2)
Jim Harbaugh has a 3–1 record against Zona, with a 21–19 loss in 2011 and three victories by a combined score of 74–23. 49ers by 10

Redskins (1-3) at Cowboys (2-3)
Last season, RG3 went 2–0 against Dallas — passing for 404 yards, four TDs and one INT, while scrambling for 92 yards and another TD. Cowboys by 3

Colts (4-1) at Chargers (2-3)
Stanford alum Andrew Luck aims for the season sweep of California clubs, having already defeated Oakland, San Francisco and avocado. Colts by 4
 

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