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NFL Week 6 schedule, betting odds, point spreads for every game

For The Win logo For The Win 10/17/2020 Nick Schwartz
Bill Belichick holding a baseball bat: New England Patriots: 9.5 (-125/+105) Nick: Under Steven: Over Charles: Over If there’s anything we’ve learned from betting against Bill Belichick over the years, it’s this: don’t bet against Bill Belichick. - CC © Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports New England Patriots: 9.5 (-125/+105) Nick: Under Steven: Over Charles: Over If there’s anything we’ve learned from betting against Bill Belichick over the years, it’s this: don’t bet against Bill Belichick. - CC

NFL fans had to wait longer than usual for Week 6 action, but there are a few potential playoff previews on the schedule for Sunday and Monday.

There are only two games in the late afternoon window, but a duel between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady may just be the must-watch game of the week at 4:25 p.m. ET. There’s also an extra Monday game, as the Chiefs-Bills matchup originally scheduled for Thursday was pushed back.

You can see our picks against the spread for Week 6 here, as well our three locks of the week.

READ: NFL Week 6 power rankings


Gallery: College football Week 6 schedule, TV info, betting odds, point spreads (SMG)

All betting lines via BetMGM.

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