Five games into the 2012 NFL Season, there is one undefeated team in each league.
The Texans are still without a loss in the AFC, coming off their Monday Night Football win over the Jets. The Falcons are unbeaten in the NFC, defeating the Redskins, as Robert Griffin III left the contest with an injury.
Atlanta is the biggest favorite of the week. The line is 8.5, as they host the Raiders.
The Steelers are expected to beat the Titans this week. The two teams kick off Week 6 on Thursday Night Football.
The Browns are the only remaining team without a victory. Cleveland could pull out their first win of the year. They’re only 2.5-point underdogs against the Bengals.
The Giants and 49ers face off in a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game. San Francisco is a 5-point favorite, coming off of two dominant performances. They’ve won their last two games by a combined score of 79-3
Baltimore and Dallas are set to play in one of the more highly anticipated games of the week. The Cowboys are 3.5-point underdogs, coming off their bye.
For the first time in 2012, the Packers are underdogs. Houston is giving Green Bay five points on Sunday Night Football.
The Broncos and Chargers will close out the week on Monday Night Football. San Diego is a 2.5-point favorite heading into the contest. Peyton Manning will look to even up Denver’s record at 3-3.
Four teams have the week off. The Bears, Saints, Panthers and Jaguars won’t play in Week 6.
Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 6 games, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas.
Pittsburgh (-5.5) at Tennessee, 43
Cincinnati (-2.5) at Cleveland, 44
Indianapolis (+3) at New York Jets
Kansas City (+3.5) at Tampa Bay
Oakland (+8.5) at Atlanta, 48.5
Dallas (+3.5) at Baltimore, 43.5
Detroit (+5.5) at Philadelphia, 47.5
St. Louis (+3.5) at Miami, 37.5
New England (-3.5) at Seattle, 44
Buffalo (+5) at Arizona, 43
Minnesota (+2.5) at Washington,
New York Giants (+5) at San Francisco, 44.5
Green Bay (+5) at Houston, 47
Denver (+2.5) at San Diego, 49.5
Bye: Chicago, New Orleans, Carolina, Jacksonville