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Gregg Rosenthal went 9-6 on his predictions for Week 5, bringing his season record to 46-31-1. How will he fare in Week 6? His picks are below.
SUNDAY, OCT. 13
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22, Carolina Panthers 20
9:30 a.m. ET (NFL Network) | Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London)
The 2019 Bucs have already been a wild ride, with the team’s dispiriting effort in New Orleans marking the first time it has looked like the bad old Bucs of the Raheem Morris or Greg Schiano days. With the right side of Tampa Bay’s offensive line banged up and set to face off against a streaking Panthers team here in London, the logical result would be Carolina getting revenge for a Week 2 home loss. Logic doesn’t seem to apply to either of these teams.
Miami Dolphins 19, Washington Redskins 14
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Fla.)
The Dolphins have competition as the NFL’s worst team. Unfortunately for Dolfans all in on the team securing the No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft, Miami faces all three of the other winless teams (Redskins, Jets and Bengals), with the Redskins and Bengals both heading to South Florida. If Brian Flores can drum up one beautiful game plan Sunday coming off a bye week and Josh Rosen makes fewer YOLO throws, the Dolphins may have to embark on a far more complicated path to acquiring their next franchise quarterback.
TOUGHEST GAME TO PICK: Philadelphia Eagles 20, Minnesota Vikings 17
1 p.m. ET (FOX) | U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis)
What a delicious matchup of two would-be NFC Super Bowl contenders that know their path grows even more brutal if they lose Sunday. The Vikings will have to call plays against type offensively because the best way to beat the Eagles’ defense is to throw over the top while using the running game as a side dish. Minnesota’s coaches displayed the confidence to pull off that strategy against the Giants last week, but will they show the same faith in Kirk Cousins against a slowly awakening Philly pass rush? There are fewer questions about the Eagles, who are growing healthier and more like the team everyone expected them to be.
Kansas City Chiefs 37, Houston Texans 35
1 p.m. ET (CBS) | Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, Mo.)
While the Chiefs’ offense might have hit a breaking point last Sunday night because of its missing pieces, the Texans’ attack looks deeper by the week.
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