The Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys should be among the highest-scoring teams in Week 6. The Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots and New York Giants are all favored in potentially low-scoring games.

Here are the five best over/under picks in Week 6. Betting totals are courtesy of OddsShark.​

Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings Over 54

The Falcons and Vikings have both given up at least 23 points in every single game. They surrender a combined 62.6 points per game. Atlanta has given up at least 30 points in four of its five games, allowing a league-worst 118.3 passer rating. Minnesota’s offense has started to put it together, averaging 29.0 points per game over the last three weeks.

Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots Under 44.5

Bill Belichick has had two weeks to prepare for Denver, and that’s going to be trouble for an already mediocre Broncos’ offense. Drew Lock is expected to return under center, but he still has to prove he can be a successful NFL starting quarterback. If you exclude New England’s matchup with MVP favorite Russell Wilson, the Patriots would rank fifth in total defense. Denver is 10th in opponents’ yards per play.

Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Under 51

If the Steelers and their No.2 ranked rush defense attempt to make Baker Mayfield beat them, the quarterback is likely to come up short. Mayfield has gotten away with some poor play because of Cleveland’s rushing attack. Mayfield has an 81.6 passer rating in three career matchups with Pittsburgh, throwing for fewer than 200 yards in each game. The Steelers’ offense hasn’t been anything special, ranking 12th in yards per play and 15th in total offense. The total has gone under in 12 of the last 18 matchups between these two teams, according to OddsShark.

Washington Football Teams vs. New York Giants Under 43

Both teams rank in the bottom three in total offense and scoring, averaging a combined 34.0 points per game. Alex Smith only managed to throw for 37 yards on 17 attempts in his 2020 debut. New York is seventh in total defense. Daniel Jones continues to be a turnover machine behind a poor offensive line, and Washington can rush the passer better than most.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys Over 55

All Dallas does is play high-scoring games, and that shouldn’t change with Andy Dalton replacing Dak Prescott under center. In the Cowboys’ last four games, they are scoring 36.5 points per game and giving up 40 points per contest. The total has gone over in Dallas’ last five home games for an average of 73 combined points. Kyler Murray could have himself a big day against this Cowboys’ defense.

Season Record: 9-5-1

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Andy Dalton #14 and Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys warm up before their game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Sept. 27, 2020, in Seattle. Abbie Parr/Getty Images