NFL 2022 Weekly Preview: Week 6

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Welcome to our Weekly Preview. Last week, our hot streak ended and we went a shocking 0-5 against the spread to bring our winning record to 11-9 for the year.

We apologize for such a terrible week and we are very confident that we will bounce back and have a great week.

The card is amazing so sit back, relax and enjoy our five game preview!

If this is your first time reading our Weekly Preview, we have a winner for each of the five days of football.

This covers the NFL Thursday Night Football, a Friday college football game, a Saturday college football game, a Sunday NFL game and finally the Monday Night Football game to end the week!

With that said, let’s get into the winners for the week!

NFL – Washington Commanders @ Chicago Bears 

We are in for quite a treat on Thursday Night when the 1-4 Commanders go into Chicago to face the 2-3 Bears.

A loss here for the Commanders would basically kill any chance they have to make the Playoffs and will have everyone in the front office second guessing their acquisition of Carson Wentz.

Wentz went back to being Wentz last weekend throwing an interception in the end zone with time expiring.

On a 4 game losing streak, things could get very ugly for the Commanders if they drop this game.

With Green Bay, Indianapolis, Minnesota and Philadelphia up next on their schedule, the Commanders have a great chance of being 1-9 and being the laughing stock of the NFL.

As hard as it is to back Carson Wentz, we believe he will come out and play a good football game on Primetime.

Although the Bears are 2-0 at home this year, we aren’t sold on Justin Fields and this offense.

While the Bears defence should play tough all night, we expect Justin Fields to make a few key interceptions which ultimately leads to a short field for Wentz and the Commanders.

Expect this game to be quite sloppy, with Washington not only covering the +.5 spread but winning outright.

Selection: Washington Commands +0.5 @ 1.95

College Football – UT San Antonio Roadrunners @ FIU Panthers

The Panthers are one of the worst football teams in the country.

While their 2-3 record doesn’t look too bad at first glance, you need to dig a bit deeper to see who they won against.

It took overtime to beat the Bryant Bulldogs who are an FCS team.

They beat New Mexico State who are 1-5 themselves in a game that saw very little offense.

Unfortunately for them, they run into Frank Harris and the Roadrunners who are an offensive juggernaut.

Averaging almost 500 yards per game, the Roadrunners should be able to score at will against this Panthers defence.

Last month, Western Kentucky won 73-0 against the Panthers and while we don’t expect a complete beat down like that, we easily see the Roadrunners covering the 33.5-point spread.

While the Panthers may be fired up to play on Friday night on television, the talent level is just too much to overcome.

Expect this game to be close in the first quarter, with UT San Antonio pulling away by halftime.

They should be covering by the third quarter and will comfortably cover the spread.

The Roadrunners are a great offensive team and as long as they don’t shoot themselves in the foot with turnovers, this game should be a blowout.

Selection: UT San Antonio Roadrunners -33.5 @ 1.89

College Football – North Carolina State Wolfpack @ Syracuse Orange

We are focused on a Top 20 matchup in the ACC for our Saturday game of the week.

The Syracuse Orange are a surprising 5-0 and are hosting the Wolfpack who are 5-1 themselves.

Syracuse has had two weeks preparing for this tough stretch of their schedule that has the Clemson Tigers up next for them.

While the Wolfpack are a quality football team, they will be at a major disadvantage with their quarterback on Saturday.

Devin Leary hurt his shoulder against Florida State last week and had to be replaced by Jack Chambers.

Although the Wolfpack rallied around the injury and made a comeback, it was because of their defence and terrible decisions by Florida State.

Jack Chambers played horrible as Quarterback and could not complete a pass.

The Orange should be able to stop him as a dual threat quarterback and make him stand in the pocket.

If Devin Leary somehow suits up to play this game, he will definitely not be 100 percent.

Therefore, we believe that Chambers will take most of the snaps as Quarterback which makes the Orange our top play of the week.

Syracuse’s defence should be able to dominate this game and force Chambers into making some huge mistakes.

We believe that the Orange will take advantage of multiple turnovers and win quite comfortably against a Wolfpack team that is missing their Star Quarterback.

Lay the 3.5 points and expect the Orange to easily cover the spread at home setting up a huge game against Clemson next week.

Selection: Syracuse Orange -3.5 @ 1.97

NFL – Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs

13 seconds. Such a short amount of time that will forever haunt the Buffalo Bills.

Although beating the Kansas City Chiefs this week will bring a sense of relief, the Bills will forever be haunted by what took place in the Playoffs last year.

With their bye week up next, the Bills should be quite confident at 5-1 if they take care of business against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs this Sunday.

Although the Chiefs are 4-1, we expect them to get embarrassed against the Bills.

As odd as it sounds, the Chiefs are a 3-point underdog at home with Patrick Mahomes.

The line itself should tell you that backing the Chiefs here is a terrible idea.

Once in a while, we get a situational matchup where we can throw out all the stats.

The Buffalo Bills have revenge on their mind. They want redemption.

They will start by blowing out the team who ended their Super Bowl dreams last year.

Expect Josh Allen to torch this Kansas City secondary.

This game is personal for the Bills. For two straight years, the Chiefs have been the Achilles heel of the Bills.

If you thought last year’s regular season game in Kansas City was bad when the Bills won 38-20, expect this one to be even worse.

Take the Bills and lay the 3 points here.

Although it’s never easy to bet against Patrick Mahomes, this is the time you should.

We are extremely confident that the Bills will take care of business on Sunday.

Selection: Buffalo Bills -3 @ 1.93

NFL – Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Chargers

The schedule makers really want to torture us putting the Denver Broncos in Primetime yet again.

We’ve already had the pleasure to watch Russell Wilson and his bonehead coach, Nathaniel Hackett, on Monday Night, Sunday Night and Thursday Night.

We get our fourth opportunity to watch Wilson and Hackett screw up on Monday night when they face a Chargers team that dodged many bullets themselves in a win against the Browns.

Last week, the Chargers had no business walking away with a victory in Cleveland.

Cleveland missed a game winning field goal after the Chargers could not pick up a crucial fourth and one.

While both of these coaches like to gamble and take risks, we are quite confident that the Chargers will easily win at home against the Broncos.

Although Russell Wilson will most likely play, we are not worried about him.

His quarterback play has gone down the drain since he came to Denver and we don’t expect him to be able to keep up with this high octane Chargers offense.

Hackett is on the hot seat and will most likely be the next coach to be fired.

While we never like to bet against Russell Wilson in primetime, we are basically forced to go against our better judgment and lay the 5 points with the Chargers.

The Broncos are a disaster on offense and we can’t see them magically turning things around this week against the Chargers.

Lay the points and expect a double digit victory by the Chargers on Monday Night.

Selection: Los Angeles Chargers -5 @ 1.89

Last week was a complete disaster when it came to our multi.

We are quite confident that we will bounce back and hit our multi before Halloween.

This week it pays 26/1. We believe we have a great shot at sweeping the board this week.

Best of luck!

Week 6 Multi Slip