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Bing Predicts: Who'll win in Week 6 of the NFL

Stacker Logo By Nick Bornheimer of Stacker | Slide 2 of 29: Los Angeles Chargers @ Cleveland BrownsGame time: Sunday, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. ESTHistorical matchup: Los Angeles Chargers lead series 16-9-1The Browns won on a Sunday for the first time since 2015. For the second-consecutive week, and the third time through the first five weeks of the season, Cleveland played deep into overtime, finally coming away with a 12-9 victory. The Browns’ defense was stupendous—they defended 11 passes; rookie Denzel Ward grabbed his third interception of the season, which is tied for the league lead, and Baltimore was held without a touchdown.The Chargers rolled past the Raiders 26-10, behind a balanced and potent offensive attack. Quarterback Philip Rivers was a meticulous 22-of-27 for 339 yards and two touchdowns while running backs Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler combined for 179 total yards and two touchdowns. Ekeler caught one of Rivers’ two TD tosses.The Browns are looking for their first winning streak since 2014, but have played almost an extra half football this season as overtime frequenters. We’ll see if fatigue catches up to them this week or if Baker Mayfield and company can hold off a Chargers’ team that has seemingly found their groove.

Los Angeles Chargers (3-2) @ Cleveland Browns (2-2-1)

Los Angeles Chargers @ Cleveland Browns

Game time: Sunday, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. EST

Historical matchup: Los Angeles Chargers lead series 16-9-1

The Browns won on a Sunday for the first time since 2015. For the second consecutive week, and the third time in the first five weeks of the season, Cleveland played deep into overtime, finally coming away with a 12-9 victory. The Browns’ defense was stupendous, defending 11 passes. Rookie Denzel Ward grabbed his third interception of the season, which is tied for the league lead, and Baltimore was held without a touchdown.

The Chargers rolled past the Raiders 26-10 behind a balanced and potent offensive attack. Quarterback Philip Rivers was a meticulous 22-of-27 for 339 yards and two touchdowns while running backs Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler combined for 179 total yards and two touchdowns. Ekeler caught one of Rivers’ two TD tosses.

The Browns are looking for their first winning streak since 2014, but have played almost an extra half football this season as overtime frequenters. We’ll see if fatigue catches up to them this week or if Baker Mayfield and company can hold off a Chargers’ team that has seemingly found their groove.

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