Office Pool Picks: Week 6

October 10, 2019

The NFL season is in full swing and whether your in a Survivor contest or Confidence Pool, I’ve got you covered. Plus, I offer up my bet of the day in the week’s first game with my Thursday night special. Here’s a look at my Week 6 Office Pool Picks.

14 Patriots vs. NYG
13 Ravens vs. CIN
12 Chargers vs. PIT
11 Cowboys at NYJ
10 Packers vs. DET
9 Saints at JCK
8 Falcons at ARI
7 Vikings vs. PHI
6 Titans at DEN
5 Chiefs vs. HOU
4 Browns vs. SEA
3 Bucs vs. CAR
2 Redskins at MIA
1 Rams vs. SF

On the season: 45-32-1


From The GetSportsInfo Podcast:



Each week I will pick two games, my “Play it Safe” selection as well as my “Out on a Limb” pick. So far my Play It Safe pick is 5-0 and my Out on a Limb selection is 4-1 on the year :

Play It Safe: Ravens vs. CIN
The Ravens will look to build on their divisional lead as they welcome the winless Bengals. Though Cincinnati might not be the worst team in the league, they’re close enough and with the Redskins and Dolphins playing each other in Week 6, the Bengals are the next best team to pick on.

Out on a Limb: Cowboys at NYJ
I generally shy away from road teams, but this one is too good to pass up. The Cowboys have crushed their lesser opponents this year, but struggled against good teams. The Jets are not a good team. Favorite by more than a touchdown on the road, Dallas is the way to go if you don’t have the Patriots or Ravens to pick this week.


I am moving my complete “Against the Spread” plays to a separate article that will run each Saturday or Sunday morning this season. In its place here, I am introducing a new Thursday night betting recommendation. My starting Thursday night bankroll for the purposes of this article is $1000.

Starting Balance: $1000
Current Balance: $1135

The Pick:
$110 – Patriots -16.5

I’m not a fan of laying more than two touchdowns, but I’ll make an exception in this case. The Giants will be without their three best offensive weapons and will struggle to get first downs much less find their way in the end zone. I don’t see a scenario where they get past 14 points. New England will need to get into the 30’s to cover here and they are very capable of doing that.

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