2023 NFL Week 6 Odds: Spreads, Totals, Props For Every Game

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NFL Week 6 action starts off in Kansas City, where the Chiefs will face Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos. The Broncos have had a mediocre season to say the least, so this could be an interesting game and spread on Thursday Night Football.

Other games include the Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where the Bucs will unveil their creamsicle throwback jerseys. To finish off the week, a potential shootout between the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Chargers is slated for Monday Night Football.

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Below is a full list of the best available Week 6 odds. The list includes point spreads, moneylines, and totals.

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NFL Week 6 matchups and best odds

Once full lines for each matchup are available and we have up-to-date information on injuries and players, we will update this section:

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

Thursday Night Football, 8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video

The Kansas City Chiefs have won seven consecutive AFC West titles and have won four straight games heading into their first divisional bout of the season. Travis Kelce (ankle) suffered a non-contact injury in Sunday’s win at Minnesota but returned to action.

The Denver Broncos have improved offensively while regressing significantly on defense. With Sean Payton as head coach and Vance Joseph as defensive coordinator, they’ve allowed the most points and yards per game this season.

Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans

Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET, NFL Network

The Baltimore Ravens head to London after dropping a close divisional contest at Pittsburgh. The Ravens recently got top cornerback Marlon Humphrey (foot) and veteran wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) back in their lineup. 

The Tennessee Titans have started 0-3 on the road and 2-0 at home with notable splits on both sides of the ball in those contests. Their offensive line has been diminished by injuries and offseason losses. Second-year receiver Treylon Burks (knee) has missed consecutive games.

Washington Commanders at Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

After pushing the Eagles to overtime in Week 4, the Washington Commanders came out flat and gave up 451 yards and 40 points to the previously winless Bears in a Thursday night home game. Sam Howell has taken a league-high 29 sacks this season. 

The Atlanta Falcons returned from London and scored a narrow 21-19 home win over the Texans in Week 5. Atlanta’s offense ranks 30th in points per play (0.258) and 27th in points per game (16.6) during a 3-2 start.

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Minnesota Vikings fell to 1-4 this past Sunday and are unsure about the status of reigning Offensive Player of the Year Justin Jefferson (hamstring) going forward. The Vikings are passing at the highest rate in the NFL and averaging the second-most yards per game (281.2) through the air. 

The Chicago Bears snapped their 14-game losing streak with a 40-20 win in Washington on Thursday night to open Week 5. Chicago has lost 10 straight divisional games. Justin Fields and D.J. Moore have combined for 361 passing yards and four touchdowns in their last two games.

Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Seattle Seahawks cruised into their Week 5 bye with a third straight win. After struggling in their opener against the Rams, the Seahawks averaged 32.7 points per game and 366.3 yards of offense in wins over the Lions, Panthers, and Giants. 

Joe Burrow’s calf injury has likely played a factor in the Cincinnati Bengals’ slow start. The perennial MVP candidate seemed to get on track in Week 5 with 317 passing yards and three touchdowns in a 34-20 win at Arizona with Tee Higgins (ribs) inactive.

San Francisco 49ers at Cleveland Browns

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

The San Francisco 49ers have been the most dominant team in the NFL through five weeks and are now 10-0 in regular season games started by Brock Purdy. Christian McCaffrey has scored a touchdown in 14 straight games with his new team and is the current favorite for Offensive Player of the Year. 

The Cleveland Browns sat Deshaun Watson (shoulder) out in Week 4 and took a blowout loss against the Ravens. The Browns entered their Week 5 bye allowing the fewest yards (196) and fifth-fewest points (15) per game.

Carolina Panthers at Miami Dolphins

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Carolina Panthers are the only winless team in the NFL through five weeks and have struggled defensively while dealing with key injuries to their secondary. Bryce Young is averaging 187.5 passing yards per game with a 77.0 rating over four appearances as a rookie.

The Miami Dolphins maintained their historic pace with 524 yards of offense in a 31-16 home win over the Giants in Week 5. Tyreek Hill (knee) left the game for precautionary reasons, according to initial reports. Rookie De’Von Achane has produced 455 rushing yards at 12.3 yards per carry in three appearances.

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Indianapolis Colts welcomed Jonathan Taylor (ankle) back in Week 5 but continued to ride Zack Moss as their lead back. Anthony Richardson suffered a shoulder injury in a 23-16 win over the Titans, so Gardner Minshew might be in line to start against his former team in Week 6.

The Jacksonville Jaguars won their second straight game in London by dominating time of possession and holding down the Bills’ offense. Travis Etienne produced a career-best 184 scrimmage yards in the 25-20 win over Buffalo.

New Orleans Saints at Houston Texans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

Coming off consecutive losses, the New Orleans Saints delivered a resounding 34-0 victory against the reeling Patriots in Week 5. The New Orleans defense now ranks fourth in points and yards per game allowed and has only given up six touchdowns through five games. 

The Houston Texans are dealing with a number of injuries on both sides of the ball, but No. 2 overall pick C.J. Stroud continues to play elite football to offset some of those issues. Houston’s offense ranks seventh in third-down conversion rate (45.5%) during a 2-3 start.

New England Patriots at Las Vegas Raiders

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS 

The New England Patriots have dropped their last two games by a combined margin of 72-3, their worst consecutive losses since 1970. They lost Christian Gonzalez (shoulder) and Matthew Judon (biceps) to potential season-ending injuries and signed cornerback J.C. Jackson

Las Vegas Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels spent 13 years as the Patriots’ offensive coordinator over two stints with the franchise. The Raiders will host New England on a short week after facing the Packers at home on Monday night to end Week 5.

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Arizona Cardinals have been competitive under new head coach Jonathan Gannon and with Josh Dobbs starting at quarterback as Kyler Murray (ACL) continues to rehab. Lead back James Conner suffered a knee injury during their Week 5 loss. 

The Los Angeles Rams welcomed Cooper Kupp (hamstring) back in Week 5 and continued to feature rookie Puka Nacua in a pass-heavy attack. Matthew Stafford is averaging the second-most pass attempts (40.6) per game this season.

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets 

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Philadelphia Eagles showed their physicality during a dominant second half to earn a 23-14 win over the Rams in Week 5. Their offense ranks second in yards per game (404.4) and third-down conversion rate (50.7%) during a 5-0 start. 

The New York Jets snapped a three-game losing streak with a 31-21 win at Denver in Week 5. Breece Hall ran for a career-high 177 yards to demonstrate that he seems to be recovered from an ACL surgery.

Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

The Detroit Lions are averaging 161.7 rushing yards per game at a 4.7-yards-per-carry clip over their last three wins. Aidan Hutchison has led a strong pass rush, and their defense is allowing the third-fewest rushing yards per game (68.4) this season. 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are coming out of their bye week as the NFC South leader with a 3-1 record. Mike Evans suffered a hamstring injury in Week 4, and cornerbacks Jamel Dean (neck) and Derrek Pitts (hamstring) were inactive during a 26-9 win over the Saints.

New York Giants at Buffalo Bills 

Sunday Night Football, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

The New York Giants are struggling on both sides of the ball, and featured back Saquon Barkley (ankle) has been out since Week 2. They rank last in yards per game (255.2) and have allowed the highest sack rate (15.3%) in the NFL behind an injury-riddled offensive line.  

The Buffalo Bills roared to a key 48-20 win over the Dolphins in Week 4, then fell to the Jaguars in London. They return home to face former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who is in his second year as the head coach of the Giants. Josh Allen leads the NFL in completion rate (73.1%).

Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Chargers

Monday Night Football, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN

The Dallas Cowboys came up short in a premier Sunday Night Football matchup in San Francisco. Their defense has been excellent against the pass with Micah Parsons keying a top pass rush, but it is allowing the ninth-most yards per carry (4.5) this season. 

The Los Angeles Chargers come out of their bye week with Austin Ekeler (ankle), Joey Bosa (hamstring), and Derwin James (hamstring) potentially ready to return to action. Justin Herbert is dealing with a fractured finger on his non-throwing hand.

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