NFL Confidence Pool Picks Week 6
We’ve made it to Week 6 in the NFL. Last week we saw a gruesome injury to Dak Prescott, leaving the NFC East wide open. Even the 0-5 Giants can still win the division. Other divisions are also tightly contested. This week brings up plenty of rivalry and divisional games to help separate divisions even more.
Every week I give you my favorite to least favorite games according to my confidence in the pick. Remember, all picks will be picked without using the spread. I look forward to giving you the best chance to win your NFL Confidence pool each week and throughout the entirety of the 2020-21 season.
As the years have gone on, Confidence Pools have become very popular. If you’re unfamiliar with confidence pools, here's a rundown of the concept. Each week you will pick every game and the team you believe will win that game straight up. It’s always good to sprinkle in some underdogs that are adding points to their score! Let’s defeat your entire pool!
Week 5 Confidence List (Most Confidence to Least Confidence)
Jets vs Dolphins: The Jets just released Le’Veon Bell and will start Joe Flacco again. Need I say more? Take the Dolphins.
Ravens vs Eagles: The Ravens destroyed the Bengals with intense defense and an offense that continues to get the job done. The Eagles have been inconsistent and plagued with injuries. Take the Ravens.
Texans vs Titans: The spread in this game has the Titans favored by three. That’s a lot of disrespect to Ryan Tannehiill, who just keeps winning after a beatdown against the undefeated Bills. Take the Titans.
Broncos vs Patriots: Cam Newton and Drew Lock will return in this game. Newton helps the Patriots offense more than Lock helps the Broncos offense more, especially against the Patriots defense. Take the Patriots.
Packers vs Buccaneers: Aaron Rodgers has been putting up ridiculous numbers this season for the Packers, even without Devante Adams. Adams might be back for this one. And if that’s the case, I’d be scared if I were the Bucs defensive coordinator. Take the Packers.
Rams vs 49ers: Until we see the 49ers perform at a high level again, there’s no way I have any confidence in them to win a football game, especially against a Rams defense that has been impressive and an offense that can put up points in a hurry. Take the Rams.
Bengals vs Colts: The Colts took a bad loss to the Browns after having plenty of chances to win the game. They didn’t score in the red zone and lost on Saturday. Against the Bengals, those problems will disappear. Take the Colts.
Lions vs Jaguars: The Lions had a bye week to prepare for the Jaguars. Meanwhile, outside of quarterback play, the Jags have looked like a disaster. The Lions are healthy and could make something out of this season. They’ll need this one first. Take the Lions.
Falcons vs Vikings: The Vikings might be one of the better one-win teams we’ve seen at this point of the season in quite some time. That offense can be very good. And up against the Falcons, they will be excellent. Take the Vikings.
Browns vs Steelers: This game has become a serious game for once. The Browns are actually 4-1 on the season and have played insane rush defense this season. They have run the ball down every opponent’s throat this season. The Steelers defense is starting to crack. The Browns might take advantage. Take the Browns.
Bears vs Panthers: The Panthers lost Christian McCaffrey, and now they’ve won three straight. But it’s been the defense that has changed for the better as Teddy Bridgewater gets more comfortable in the offense. Take the Panthers.
Football Team vs Giants: The Giants are favorites in a game even though they’ve lost five straight to start the season. That’s how bad the Football Team has been. Whoever their quarterback is will have trouble against an underrated Giants defense. Take the Giants.
Chiefs vs Bills: Both of these teams just lost in Week 5 in a game they were favored to win. Josh Allen was underwhelming in his last start, and the Chiefs defense couldn’t do much against the Raiders to help Patrick Mahomes. Still, I’d rely on the Super Bowl champs to win. Take the Chiefs.
Cardinals vs Cowboys: The Cowboys have to start Andy Dalton, and now they’re underdogs. Dalton has so many weapons and has been a starting quarterback for most of his life. He’s going to be just fine, and that Cardinals defense isn’t very good. In a high scoring game, I still trust Dalton to make the right decisions and get comfortable. Take the Cowboys.
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