Week 6 continued my winning ways as I went 9-4 and my record now stands at 52-32 for the season. Week 7 looks to be an easier week when picking games straight up, so if you play the money line, time to put some money down.

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Bills 13 vs. Jaguars 17

London games are yet to attract a decent matchup, and with the Bills injuries mounting it looks to be an even uglier game than normal. I like Blake Bortles to pick apart the Buffalo secondary en route to multiple first downs and a low scoring win.

Vikings 20 at Lions 14

The Lions finally got their offense moving and got their first win on Sunday, but they won’t be so lucky this week as Teddy Bridgewater will outplay Matthew Stafford as the Vikings halt the Lions win streak at one game.

Saints 20 at Colts 33

Have the Colts gotten over the fake punt fiasco? If they haven’t they will on Sunday as they easily handle New Orleans and a less-than-mediocre Saints squad.

Steelers 14 at Chiefs 30

Landry Jones will start at QB and despite his “breakout” performance last week, it will not continue in Week 7. The Chiefs defense will show Jones how nice it is to be a backup QB.

Texans 17 at Dolphins 24

Dolphins coach Dan Campbell certainly had his team ready to play in his debut last week against the Titans. I think he’ll keep it going against a Texans defense that struggles against the pass. Look for Tannehill to have a career day.

(Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

Jets 20 at Patriots 38

Ryan Fitzpatrick is 1-8 in his career against the Patriots. It will be 1-9 after Sunday afternoon.

Browns 10 at Rams 24

I like the Rams defense to shut down old-man Josh McCown and the Browns offense, and Nick Foles will provide just enough offense for St. Louis to pull out the win. Oh and a guy name Todd Gurley might help.

Falcons 30 at Titans 13

A Titans offense without their best weapon Marcus Mariota, will struggle to keep up with the Falcons high-scoring offense. Matt Ryan and Julio will hook up for two scores.

Buccaneers 24 at Washington 14

The Bucs have had two weeks to get ready for this one, will it help? I believe it will as Jameis Winston and Doug Martin put on a display against an overachieving Washington squad.

Raiders 38 at Chargers 42

The Raiders have had two weeks to get ready for a Chargers team that is moving in the wrong direction. I expect a high-scoring affair between the division rivals, but ultimately, Philip Rivers will lead his team to a last-minute victory.

Will Dez return in Week 7? (Getty Images)
Will Dez return in Week 7? (Getty Images)

Cowboys 20 at Giants 17

The Cowboys are coming off a bye in which Matt Cassel will be the new starting QB. With or without Dez Bryant, the Cowboys have the Giants number and will pull out a close victory against Eli and Co.

Eagles 16 at Panthers 24

The Eagles have strung together a couple of wins, but the undefeated Panthers own a defense that will shut down Chip Kelly and his “genius” offense.

Ravens 17 at Cardinals 40

The Cardinals do not lose to bad teams, and the Ravens are a bad football team in 2015. I expect a blowout by halftime.

Dan Schalk covers the NFL for MyFantasySportsTalk, you can follow him on Twitter @FFSportsTalk

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