Week 6 is quickly approaching and its time for some predictions. There are several appetizing divisional games this week, some potential playoff match ups, and a pair of 1-3 contenders mixing it up in Minnesota.
It should be a fun week of NFL action and why not kick it off a little early with five picks you won't see coming.
Find out who falls and who prevails right here.
So the Colts can't start off 3-3, right? Wrong. The Washington Redskins will deliver Indianapolis their third road loss of the year Sunday night in the nation's capital.
Peyton Manning will likely put up ridiculous numbers, but the Colt's run defense or lack there of will ultimately cost them against Washington.
Plus the Redskins are 3-2, and no one is quite sure how.
Prediction: Redskins 27-24
Look out 49ers fans, the Oakland Raiders aren't totally inept this season. They enter Sunday's game at 2-3, while San Francisco comes in win-less in five tries.
The game is in San Francisco, but that won't matter as the Raiders, riding the high of beating San Diego for the first time in seven years last week, will beat their crosstown rival and send them to 0-6.
Prediction: Raiders 31-24
Even though they suffered their first loss of the season last week at Indianapolis, the Chiefs will take their cinderella effort on the road this week and beat the Houston Texans.
The Texans looked pitiful last week in a blowout loss to the New York Giants, and Kansas City's stout defense will take advantage of a confused Houston offense.
Prediction: Chiefs 17-13
The New York Jets, winners of four straight games, head out on the road to take on the Denver Broncos Sunday afternoon. The Broncos look to straighten themselves out after a loss at Baltimore last week.
Kyle Orton has been phenomenal so far this season, throwing for over 1700 yards. What does that mean for the Jets? Their first road loss of the season.
Prediction: Broncos 28-17
The one loss Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be the defending champions' worst nightmare on Sunday when they send the Saints to 3-3 on the season.
The Buccaneers, a lot like the Redskins, have achieved a winning record in a number of ways. Sunday they find another way to win and keep the pressure on Atlanta for the division lead.
Prediction: Buccaneers 35-31
Patrick Clarke is a student at Towson University and a writing intern for Bleacher Report.