2010 NFL Week 6 Lines – Week Six Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: October 17th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of NFL Week 6 Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 6 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 6 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week six odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

Making NFL picks this weekend is going to be awfully difficult for even the best of NFL fans this week, as there are a number of injuries to talk about and close call matchups that could go either way. As of Monday morning, there are only eight games that are on the board with a ton of other NFL spreads to still be released over the course of the week. As always, keep it tuned right here to Bankroll Sports for updated NFL week 6 lines and other odds throughout the weekend.

The notable news for Week 6 is that QB Ben Roethlisberger is back for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Big Ben spent the first four games of the season on the shelf due to a suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Roethlisberger will have a relatively easy opponent to take on in Week 6, but the Cleveland Browns have proven to be a stingy team this year. Cleveland was originally getting 12 points in this game, which was hefty in spite of the fact that the Pittsburgh offense has really yet to prove that it has the ability to score that many points this year, but news really got worse over the course of the week for the Browns. QB Colt McCoy is going to be getting his first career start against one of the most vaunted defenses in the league, as both QB Seneca Wallace and QB Jake Delhomme are out. The Steelers are now laying 14 points in a very popular NFL pick for the week.

In what suddenly looks like it could be a very interesting clash in the NFC South, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take on the New Orleans Saints. The visitors are going to be favored in this game, but not by nearly as many points as one probably would have thought at the outset of the season. New Orleans has only played two road games this year and has failed to cover both of them. The Saints are coming off of a bad loss to the Arizona Cardinals, while the Bucs shocked the Cincinnati Bengals with a last second field goal at Paul Brown Stadium to move to 3-1. The winner of this game will be sitting near the top of the NFC South, depending on how the Atlanta Falcons do against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Saints are down to -4 after opening at -5 in this clash.

The game of the afternoon on Sunday is going to be at Gillette Stadium, where the New England Patriots, fresh off of their bye week, are going to take on the Baltimore Ravens. Both of these teams have looked good in recent weeks, as they each only have one loss to their names thus far on the season. These two met up at this venue in the postseason last year, with the Ravens bouncing New England out of the playoffs. QB Tom Brady no longer has WR Randy Moss to throw the ball to, as he was traded to the Minnesota Vikings during the bye. However, the oddsmakers still think that the Pats are the choice in this game, as pro football picks will have to be made against a 2.5 point spread.

On Sunday Night Football, the Washington Redskins, off of their overtime victory over the Green Bay Packers, will look to claim another scalp on the season when the Indianapolis Colts come to FedEx Field. Indy certainly hasn’t played well of late in spite of the fact that it is sitting in the middle of this dog pile at 3-2 in the AFC South. These teams might have identical records, but the men making the NFL lines aren’t so sure that they are really on a level playing field. The Colts are favored by three points on the road.

Monday Night Football will feature two more teams from that wacky AFC South, as the Tennessee Titans are three point favorites over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Sunshine State. Both teams are off of road victories that helped push them above the .500 mark for the season to date.

Current 2010 NFL Week 6 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 10/17/10, 1:00 AM):
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Week 6 Lines for Sunday, 10/17/10

209 San Diego Chargers -8.5
210 St. Louis Rams +8.5
Over/Under 44.5

211 Kansas City Chiefs +4.5
212 Houston Texans -4.5
Over/Under 44.5

213 Baltimore Ravens +2.5
214 New England Patriots -2.5
Over/Under 45

215 New Orleans Saints -4
216 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +4
Over/Under 43.5

217 Atlanta Falcons +2
218 Philadelphia Eagles -2
Over/Under 42

219 Detroit Lions +10.5
220 New York Giants -10.5
Over/Under 46

221 Seattle Seahawks +6
222 Chicago Bears -6
Over/Under 37.5

223 Miami Dolphins +3
224 Green Bay Packers -3
Over/Under 44

225 Cleveland Browns +14
226 Pittsburgh Steelers -14
Over/Under 37

227 New York Jets -3.5
228 Denver Broncos +3.5
Over/Under 43.5

229 Oakland Raiders +7
230 San Francisco 49ers -7
Over/Under 41.5

231 Dallas Cowboys +1.5
232 Minnesota Vikings -1.5
Over/Under 44

233 Indianapolis Colts -3
234 Washington Redskins +3
Over/Under 44

Week 6 Spreads for Monday, 10/18/10

235 Tennessee Titans -3
236 Jacksonville Jaguars +3
Over/Under 45.5

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