NFL Week 6: All of this Week's NFL Predictions

Ashley SwaffordContributor IOctober 14, 2010

BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 10: Ray Rice #27 of the Baltimore Ravens runs the ball against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on October 10, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. Players wore pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Ravens defeated the Broncos 31-17. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
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Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles           

The game depends on Eagles quarterback, Michael Vick’s, return. If Vick starts, the Eagles will win 31-17. However, if he doesn’t, the Falcons might pull off a 24-17 win.


Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers finally have Big Ben back, who will be coming back from his four-game suspension. Steelers will prevail with a final score of 45-10.


Detroit Lions at New York Giants

The New York Giants will face the Lions. Eli Manning had a great game last week. Giants will win big, 45-7.


Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

The Ravens have the league’s best pass defense against a depleted Patriots receiving core. Ray Rice also had his best game of the year so far last week and will look to keep it going against a weaker Patriots defense than year’s past. Raven’s win it 27-17.


Miami Dolphins at Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are coming off a tough overtime loss last week to the Washington Redskins. The Packers really need to win at home this week. Packers win 31-21.


San Diego Chargers at St. Louis Rams

Rivers nearly threw for 300 yards in the first half of last week’s game and put up over 400 for the entire game. Last week the Rams took a terrible beating by the Detroit Lions. Chargers win 42-17.


New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Giving them the extra edge, Tampa Bay will play at home this week. The Buccaneers have played tough their past couple outings and are looking for their hard work to pay off. Freeman is an emerging quarterback in this league and is facing the defending Super Bowl champs. However, the Saints have already shown that they are not invincible. Until their big play on offense shows its face again, advantage is to the Buccaneers with 28-21.


Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans

This game is a must-win for the Texans. Last week they were embarrassed at home and even booed by the home crowd. The Texans have to win at 38-24.


Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

Until Cutler is back, the Bears are on upset alert. The Seahawks will just barely pull it off at 21-17.


New York Jets at Denver Broncos

Orton has proven that he is a big time quarterback in this league. Look for the Broncos to ride him all the way to the playoffs. Until the Jets find their offensive personality, things will remain uncertain for them. Broncos at 17-10.


Oakland Raiders at San Francisco 49ers

The woes continue for the 49ers as they remain winless. The Raiders are coming off of a win against the Chargers for the first time in 13 meetings. So look for the Raiders to continue the momentum as they travel down to San Francisco. Raiders win at 24-14.


Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings

With the recent addition of Randy Moss, look for the Vikings to finally develop a deep threat that will supply much-needed relief to Adrian Peterson and an obviously aging Brett Favre. Vikings win at home 38-20.


Indianapolis Colts at Washington Redskins

Manning didn’t have his best game of the season last week, and will look to get back on pace with a win over the Redskins. Colts win 31-24.


Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Titans will win 31-21. Though the Titans defense has given up some points this year, they have also compensated with extreme explosiveness. Last week against the Cowboys, the Titans posted six sacks and three interceptions. Look for the pressure to continue against Garrard. Titans win away at 31-21.