Chiefs (3-2) at Dolphins (2-3). Line: Dolphins by 2. Over-Under: 42.
Friday, 7:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Pick.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Chiefs by 2.

The Game. Edge: Chiefs.
Injuries: Chiefs: OUT: DT Ryan Sims, OLB Shawn Barber. QUESTIONABLE: WR Samie Parker, CB Dexter McCleon. Dolphins: OUT: OT Wade Smith, CB Will Poole. QUESTIONABLE: DE Jason Taylor, OLB Junior Seau.

If the Dolphins cover this game, Vegas is essentially screwed. In a remarkable chain of events, the Chiefs opened as 2-point favorites on Sunday evening. It became Chiefs -1 on Sunday night, and by 11 on Monday morning, the Dolphins were favored by 1.

Perhaps the betting public thinks Kansas City will not be able to move the chains against Miami's stingy defense. Even though the Dolphins surrendered 127 yards on 15 carries to Michael Pittman on Sunday, they are still ranked fifth against the run. Maybe they loosened up when it was announced that Cadillac Williams would not play. Regardless, Miami's stop unit will try to redeem itself by putting the clamps on Priest Holmes. If Washington can do it -- Holmes registered just 18 yards on 14 carries last week -- the Dolphins certainly can, especially at home, where they limited Carolina and Denver to just 1.4 yards per rush. Holmes and Larry Johnson will be neutralized, forcing Trent Green to throw on long-yardage situations. If the Chiefs want to move the chains and win this contest, they need to get Tony Gonzalez involved with the offense; the Pro Bowl tight end caught just two passes against the Redskins.

This may sound surprising, especially since they couldn't stop the run against Denver on Monday Night Football, but the Chiefs are actually ranked 12th against opposing ground attacks. Other than that Broncos debacle, Kansas City has shut down every running back this season. Ronnie Brown and the stoic Ricky Williams will be its next victim. Miami will once again depend on Gus Frerotte to move the chains, which could be a disaster waiting to happen.

The Chiefs are the better team and should be able to win on Sunday. However, they play divisional rivals San Diego and Oakland after this "easy" contest. The Dolphins will probably take down another superior opponent at home.

Note: This game was moved up to Friday night because of Hurricane Wilma.

Betting Note: I have changed my pick to Chiefs +2 on Thursday afternoon. In the wake of Hurricane Wilma, Dolphins players undoubtedly have to be worried about their homes and families. I don't think they will be focused enough against the Chiefs, who need to win.


The Trends. Edge: Dolphins.
  • Breather Alert: After this "easy" game against the Dolphins, the CHIEFS play the Chargers and Raiders.
  • Chiefs are 10-3 ATS in October since 2002.
  • Chiefs are 0-6 in Miami since 1989.
  • Line Movement: Chiefs -2 (open) to Chiefs -1 to Dolphins -1 to Dolphins -2.
  • Total Movement: 42 (open) to 42.
  • Weather: Thunderstorms, 87 degrees. Mild wind, 13 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Chris Chambers, Randy McMichael.
  • Sit Em: Larry Johnson.

Prediction: Chiefs by 3. (Chiefs +2). Under.




Lions (2-3) at Browns (2-3). Line: Browns by 2. Over-Under: 34.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Browns by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Browns by 3.

The Game. Edge: Browns.
Injuries: Lions: OUT: WR Charles Rogers, CB Fernando Bryant. DOUBTFUL: WR Roy Williams*, KR/PR Eddie Drummond. QUESTIONABLE: QB Jeff Garcia*, RB Kevin Jones*, OT Jeff Backus, DE James Hall, DE Kalimba Edwards. Browns: OUT: RB Lee Suggs, TE Kellen Winslow Jr. DOUBTFUL: WR Braylon Edwards. QUESTIONABLE: OT Ryan Tucker.

I might be nit-picking, but why is the line Browns -2? Do the oddsmakers honestly think the public considers Detroit the superior team?

The Lions have managed 55 points the previous two weeks, but their offensive output is a mirage. The defense scored two touchdowns against the Panthers, while the 35 Detroit mustered against Baltimore was the result of a Brian Billick meltdown. Detroit's offense still stinks; in fact, it registered minus-2 yards the last 10 offensive possessions of the Panthers game. That's right. Minus-2. Do you have any faith in Joey Harrington's ability to move the chains against Romeo Crennel's stop unit? Neither do I. The Browns will stack the line of scrimmage to neutralize Kevin Jones, coaxing Harrington to attack their solid secondary. Roy Williams is questionable and could miss another game. If he does, the Lions will not score an offensive touchdown.

Detroit's defense will also shut down Cleveland's rushing attack. Other than a fluke against the Bears, the Lions have done a phenomenal job against opposing runners. Reuben Droughns will not find open running lanes, forcing Trent Dilfer to throw in long-yardage situations. If Dilfer is not careful, he could throw a few interceptions against Detroit's opportunistic secondary, which has already registered 10 picks. However, no one on the Lions can cover Antonio Bryant, so Dilfer could have some success throwing to him.

This game should be close, but the Browns need to win this contest much more than the Lions do. Detroit is tied for first place in the NFC North, while Cleveland could fall 3 games behind Cincinnati if they lose. Plus, it remains to be seen if the Lions can win on the road; they have been outscored 55-19 against Chicago and Tampa Bay.


The Trends. Edge: Browns.
  • Lions are 5-11 ATS vs. AFC opponents since 2001.
  • Browns are 8-4 ATS in October since 2002.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 36 (open) to 35 to 35 to 34.
  • Weather: Showers, 53 degrees. Light wind, 6 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Antonio Bryant, Browns Defense.
  • Sit Em: Lions Offense, Reuben Droughns.

Prediction: Browns by 4. (Browns -2). Under.




Packers (1-4) at Vikings (1-4). Line: Packers by 1. Over-Under: 45.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Vikings by 1.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Packers by 1.

The Game. Edge: Packers.
Injuries: Packers: OUT: RB Najeh Davenport, WR Javon Walker, OLB Na'il Diggs, KR Terrence Murphy. QUESTIONABLE: RB Ahman Green*, TE Bubba Franks, OT Chad Clifton, OT Mark Tauscher, C Mike Flanagan, S Earl Little. Vikings: OUT: RB Onterrio Smith, C Matt Birk, DE Kenechi Udeze, S Willie Offord.

The S.S. Vikings are capsizing and the team should be formulating a mutiny to get rid of Mike Tice. Minnesota might only be a game out of first place, but the team is finished.

A late line was posted on this game because Ahman Green is questionable. However, I don't think it really matters if Green plays or not; the Packers will be able to run the ball against the Vikings no matter what. If Green can't play, Tony Fisher, who has proven he can carry the load in seasons past, will take Green's spot. Fisher will have no problem accumulating massive rushing yards against the Vikings' terrible run defense, a unit that surrenders 4.7 yards per carry. Brett Favre will benefit from the efficient running game by utilizing play-action and screen plays. The Vikings cannot stop the pass.

The Packers are surprisingly ranked third versus opposing ground attacks. Not like it matters anyway; the Vikings cannot run the ball. Daunte Culpepper will move the chains on occasion, but Minnesota will continue to have problems in the red zone. Culpepper is prone to turnovers, and should commit some against Green Bay.

Favre has always had trouble winning in the Metrodome, but keep in mind that he defeated the Vikings on the road last year. If he can win in the Metrodome against a decent 8-8 version of Minnesota, imagine what he will do against a team that is waving its white flag.


The Trends. Edge: Vikings.
  • History: Home Team has won 8 of the last 13 meetings.
  • History: Packers have won 3 of the last 4 meetings.
  • Brett Favre is 11-29 ATS (16-24 straight up) in domes.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: 44 (open) to 45.
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Brett Favre, Donald Driver, Packers Defense.
  • Sit Em: Vikings Offense and Defense.

Prediction: Packers by 17. (Packers -1). Under.




Colts (6-0) at Texans (0-5). Line: Colts by 15. Over-Under: 44.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Colts by 14.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Colts by 18.

The Game. Edge: Colts.
Injuries: Colts: OUT: CB Donald Strickland. QUESTIONABLE: RB James Mungro, DE Robert Mathis, DT Larry Tripplett, OLB Cato June, S Joseph Jefferson. Texans: OUT: G Zach Wiegert, DE Gary Walker, OLB Jason Babin. QUESTIONABLE: WR Andre Johnson*.

Has anyone ever seen a more pathetic-looking team than the Texans? It seems like they can't do anything; they can't run the ball, throw the ball, pass block, stop the run, stop the pass, refrain from committing silly penalties, generate a decent kickoff return... The list goes on and on.

Now, they are matched up against the Colts' offense. How much of a nightmare will this game be for the city of Houston? The Texans surrender 4.9 yards per carry and 210 passing yards per contest to the opposition. Peyton Manning can basically carry out a lounge chair onto the field and read a magazine in between plays. There's no reason why Indianapolis won't be able to score around 50 points at Reliant Stadium.

ESPN and the national media can sing Indianapolis' praises all they want. The fact remains that the Colts cannot stop the run. They are ranked 26th in the NFL, meaning Domanick Davis should be able to find open running lanes in the early going. However, once the Texans are behind by 10, 20, 500, 1.5 million points, David Carr will have to throw the ball on nearly every down. Dwight Freeney will be collecting sacks and Cato June will be picking off passes by the dozen.

Indianapolis is obviously a much better team. If they bring their A-game, there's no reason why they can't cover this enormous point spread. That said, why would Indianapolis bring its A-game? They saw the Texans on Sunday Night Football. Houston might manage to cover against the sluggish Colts.


The Trends. Edge: Texans.
  • History: Colts have won the only 6 meetings.
  • Betting History: Texans are 2-1 ATS vs. Colts at home.
  • Post Monday Night Syndrome: Teams coming off a Monday night victory are 13-21 ATS the following week since 2003.
  • Divisional Dog of Seven: Current NFL coaches are 43-19 ATS as divisional underdogs of seven or more since 2002; Dom Capers is 6-6 ATS.
  • Double Digit Home Dog: Double digit home underdogs are 42-30 ATS since 1992.
  • Zero Trend: 0-5 teams are 2-1 ATS vs. non-losing teams since 2000.
  • Texans are 14-5 ATS after two or more consecutive losses.
  • Line Movement: Colts -16 (open) to Colts -15.
  • Total Movement: 46 (open) to 45 to 44.
  • Weather: Sunny, 80 degrees. Light wind, 7 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Colts Offense and Defense.
  • Sit Em: Texans Offense and Defense.

Prediction: Colts by 10. (Texans +15). Under.




Saints (2-4) at Rams (2-4). Line: Rams by 3. Over-Under: 47.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Rams by 6.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Rams by 5.

The Game. Edge: Saints.
Injuries: Saints: OUT: RB Deuce McAllister, S Jay Bellamy, KR/PR Michael Lewis. QUESTIONABLE: RB Aaron Stecker*, WR Joe Horn*, OT Jammal Brown, G Jermaine Mayberry, G Kendyl Jacox, G Montrae Holland, OLB James Allen, S Dwight Smith, S Mel Mitchell. Rams: OUT: QB Marc Bulger*, CB Jerametrius Butler. QUESTIONABLE: WR Isaac Bruce*.

What a difference a quarterback makes. With Marc Bulger in the game, the Rams were beating the "best team in the league" on Monday night, 17-0. Bulger got hurt, and St. Louis consequently fell to the Colts, 45-28. The Pro Bowl signal caller will not be available for this contest.

The Saints proved that they can run the ball without Deuce McAllister, when Antowain Smith and Aaron Stecker rushed for 174 yards on just 28 carries against the Falcons on Sunday. Atlanta's run defense might be ranked last in the NFL, but St. Louis isn't much better at stopping the run; the team is seeded just eight slots higher. Smith and Stecker will trample the Rams' extremely weak defensive front, setting up play-action opportunities for Aaron Brooks. The Saints quarterback will be throwing to Joe Horn and Donte' Stallworth; both of whom will enjoy running routes against an extremely sub par St. Louis secondary.

Much like the Rams' defense, the Saints cannot stop the run. However, with Jamie Martin under center, New Orleans will stack the line of scrimmage against Steven Jackson. The second-year running back will consequently be stuffed in the backfield, forcing Martin to operate in long-yardage situations. As everyone saw on Monday Night Football, Martin is an awful signal caller. He will undoubtedly throw a few interceptions, leading to a Saints victory.

Without Bulger in the lineup, the Rams have no chance of beating anyone -- except for the Vikings. New Orleans showed that it is playing hard with a valiant effort against Atlanta last week.


The Trends. Edge: Saints.
  • History: Saints have won the last 3 meetings in St. Louis (former NFC West rivalry).
  • Saints are 27-17 ATS on the road since 2000.
  • Saints are 17-10 ATS as a road underdog since 2000.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: .
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Aaron Brooks, Joe Horn, Donte Stallworth.
  • Sit Em: Rams Offense (Bulger questionable) and Defense.

Prediction: Saints by 17. (Saints +3). Under.




Steelers (3-2) at Bengals (5-1). Line: Bengals by 1. Over-Under: 43.
Sunday, 1:00 ET
WALTER'S GAME OF THE WEEK.

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Steelers by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Steelers by 3.

The Game. Edge: Steelers.
Injuries: Steelers: OUT: OLB Clark Haggans. DOUBTFUL: CB Deshea Townsend, CB Ricardo Colclough. QUESTIONABLE: RB Duce Staley, WR Hines Ward*, WR Antwaan Randle El, WR Cedrick Wilson, G Alan Faneca, DE Aaron Smith. LIKELY TO START: QB Ben Roethlisberger*. Bengals: OUT: C Larry Moore, S Kim Herring. QUESTIONABLE: WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh*, S Madieu Williams.

To the city of Pittsburgh: You can relax. Ben Roethlisberger is likely to start Sunday. The anemic Tommy Maddox will be on the bench.

Aside from Carson Palmer and his prolific 113.6 passer rating, the upstart Bengals are 5-1 because Marvin Lewis' opportunistic defense cashes in on mistakes made by the opposition. The Bengals have already compiled 14 interceptions. However, don't start comparing Cincinnati's stop unit with the 1985 Bears, 1991 Eagles or the 2000 Ravens just yet; the Bengals surrender a whopping 4.9 yards per carry, bad enough for 30th in the NFL. Pittsburgh's physical offensive line will overpower Cincinnati's weak defensive front, allowing Willie Parker and Jerome Bettis to stampede through wide-open running lanes. Once the Bengals' safeties start cheating up to the line of scrimmage, Roethlisberger will play-action to Hines Ward, Antwaan Randle El and Heath Miller. Ward is listed as questionable, but I'll shocked if he misses this pivotal game.

Cincinnati will also be able to score some points. Palmer has quickly become one of the elite signal callers in the NFL. He will successfully attack Pittsburgh's pathetic secondary. Who is going to cover Chad Johnson? Ike Taylor? A hobbled Deshea Townsend? The Bengals will score enough to keep this close, but their demise will stem from their inability to run the ball. Rudi Johnson is one of the best running backs in the league, but he will be confronted with the tall task of finding room to run against Pittsburgh's fourth-ranked unit against opposing ground attacks. Cincinnati's inability to establish a running game will force Palmer to operate in a plethora of long-yardage situations. While I mentioned that he will carve up Pittsburgh's secondary, he may also be sacked a few times or throw an interception on occasion.

The Bengals may have the better record, but the Steelers are still the better team. Pittsburgh will reestablish its AFC North dominance by the end of this contest.


The Trends. Edge: Steelers.
  • History: Steelers have won 8 of the last 10 meetings.
  • Steelers are 18-3 ATS in October since 2000.
  • Line Movement: Bengals -1 (open) to Bengals -1 to Pick to Bengals -1.
  • Total Movement: 43 (open) to 43.
  • Weather: Showers, 56 degrees. Light wind, 7 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Ben Roethlisberger, Jerome Bettis, Hines Ward, Heath Miller, Steelers Defense, Carson Palmer, Chad Johnson.
  • Sit Em: Rudi Johnson, Bengals Defense.

Prediction: Steelers by 13. (Steelers +1). Money Pick. Over.




Chargers (3-3) at Eagles (3-2). Line: Eagles by 3. Over-Under: 47.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Eagles by 5.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Eagles by 4.

The Game. Edge: Eagles.
Injuries: Chargers: OUT: G Toniu Fonoti. QUESTIONABLE: WR Eric Parker*, OT Shane Olivea, G Mike Goff, C Nick Hardwick, DE Jacques Cesaire, DE Luis Castillo, OLB Steve Foley, CB Sammie Davis, CB Drayton Florence, KR Darren Sproles. Eagles: OUT: RB Correll Buckhalter, WR Todd Pinkston, DE Jerome McDougle, K David Akers.

The Chargers have looked dominant against the Patriots, Giants and Raiders the past four weeks, while Philadelphia was sluggish in a 33-10 loss to Dallas. It doesn't get any easier than this.

It might not seem possible after LaDainian Tomlinson trampled Oakland's front seven for 140 yards on Sunday, but the best running back in the NFL can be contained. Pittsburgh held him to less than four yards per carry, while Denver limited him to just 52 rushing yards. The Eagles don't have the best rush defense in the NFL, but they are good enough; they allow just 3.8 yards per carry. Philadelphia should be able to contain Tomlinson. However, that doesn't mean that San Diego won't score. The Chargers have a dynamic passing attack, thanks to Drew Brees and Antonio Gates. No one on the Eagles can cover on Gates, so look for the Pro Bowl tight end to have a big game.

San Diego has one glaring flaw: it cannot stop the pass. In fact, the team is surrendering 245 passing yards per game. Donovan McNabb could have a career day attacking one of the youngest secondaries in the NFL. Terrell Owens will catch a few touchdowns, while Greg Lewis and L.J. Smith could both eclipse the 100-yard receiving plateau. Brian Westbrook will also be extremely effective catching passes out of the backfield. I'll be shocked if the Eagles punt more than twice on Sunday.

Let's see... the Eagles, who are great coming off a bye, are looking to redeem themselves after getting slaughtered by Dallas. They are playing the Chargers, a Pacific team playing on the Atlantic Coast at 1 p.m. It's a recipe for a blowout and an easy way to make money.


The Trends. Edge: Eagles.
  • Early Game Alert: Pacific Teams playing on the Atlantic Coast at 1:00 PM are 10-21 ATS since 2002.
  • Bye Bye: Eagles are 5-1 ATS after a BYE under Andy Reid.
  • Eagles are 5-10 ATS vs. AFC opponents since 2001.
  • Line Movement: Eagles -4 (open) to Eagles -3.
  • Total Movement: .
  • Weather: Showers, 67 degrees. Light wind, 9 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Antonio Gates, Eagles Offense.
  • Sit Em: Keenan McCardell, Eric Parker, Chargers Defense.

Prediction: Eagles by 22. (Eagles -3). Double Money Pick. Over.




49ers (1-4) at Redskins (3-2). Line: Redskins by 13. Over-Under: 36.
Sunday, 1:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Redskins by 7.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Redskins by 7.

The Game. Edge: Redskins.
Injuries: 49ers: OUT: TE Eric Johnson, CB Ahmed Plummer. DOUBTFUL: WR Arnaz Battle, OT Jonas Jennings. QUESTIONABLE: OLB Julian Peterson.

Who would have thought that the Redskins would be 13-point favorites at any point during the season? Joe Gibbs is doing an incredible job in the nation's capitol.

I don't know how the 49ers expect to move the chains against Washington. Can they even score three points? San Francisco's anemic rushing attack will be matched up against a run defense that yielded just 18 rushing yards to Priest Holmes last week. Rookie Alex Smith will be confronted with a plethora of long-yardage situations against a very stingy unit against the pass. The only thing in Smith's favor is that the Redskins have only registered five sacks and one interception this season.

Washington's revival on offense can easily be traced to Mark Brunell. The former Pro Bowl quarterback somehow found the fountain of youth, and has thrown for 1,240 yards in 4 contests. Brunell is also avoiding mistakes; he has compiled just two interceptions this year. Brunell's new-found passing ability will discourage the 49ers from stacking the line of scrimmage against Clinton Portis, who figures to rush for more than 150 yards on Sunday.

In theory, the Redskins should be able to cover the enormous point spread. However, there is a reason why they have yet to win by more than three points this season: They are a ball-control offense and take a lot of time off the clock. If Washington is looking ahead to its next three games against the Giants, Eagles and Buccaneers, there is a chance San Francisco pulls a back-door cover.


The Trends. Edge: 49ers.
  • Early Game Alert: Pacific Teams playing on the Atlantic Coast at 1:00 PM are 11-22 ATS since 2002.
  • Breather Alert: After this easy game against the 49ers, the REDSKINS play the Giants, Eagles and Buccaneers.
  • Line Movement: Redskins -10 (open) to Redskins -11 to Redskins -12 to Redskins -12 to Redskins -13.
  • Total Movement: 38 (open) to 37 to 37 to 36.
  • Weather: Showers, 65 degrees. Light wind, 10 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Mark Brunell, Clinton Portis, Santana Moss, Redskins Defense.
  • Sit Em: 49ers Offense and Defense.

Prediction: Redskins by 10. (49ers +13). Under.




Cowboys (4-2) at Seahawks (4-2). Line: Seahawks by 4. Over-Under: 45.
Sunday, 4:05 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Seahawks by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Seahawks by 3.

The Game. Edge: Seahawks.
Injuries: Cowboys: OUT: WR Patrick Crayton, OT Flozell Adams, OT Jacob Rogers. DOUBTFUL: RB Julius Jones*. Seahawks: OUT: WR Darrell Jackson, WR Bobby Engram, S Ken Hamlin. QUESTIONABLE: FB Mack Strong, OT Pork Chop Womack, OLB D.D. Lewis, CB Andre Dyson.

Remember the crazy Monday Night Football game these two teams played last season? Seattle opened with a 14-3 lead at the end of the first quarter, Dallas scored 26 consecutive points to take a 29-14 lead, then the Seahawks registered 25 straight to take a 39-29 advantage. But, the Cowboys scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter to win 43-39.

There should be more efficiency on defense from each team on Sunday. Dallas will attempt to establish the run with Anthony Thomas and Tyson Thompson. However, that will not work because the Seahawks are ranked sixth against the run, a far cry from the status they maintained last season. Seattle's Achilles Heel on defense is its inability to stop aerial attacks, but a dynamic pass rush almost makes up for it. The Seahawks have already compiled 18 sacks this campaign, meaning the immobile Drew Bledsoe will have defenders knocking him around all afternoon.

Unlike the Seahawks, the Cowboys are surprisingly poor against the run; they are ranked 21st and have allowed runners like LaMont Jordan to gain more than 100 yards. If Dallas cannot stop Jordan, how will they contain Shaun Alexander, perhaps the second-best running back in the NFL? Alexander will trample the Cowboys' front seven, setting up play-action opportunities for Matt Hasselbeck. Even though Darrell Jackson and Bobby Engram have been out, Hasselbeck has proven he doesn't need his top two receivers to be successful. Joe Jurevicius, Peter Warrick and Jerramy Stevens have really stepped up to help the Pro Bowl signal caller. And more importantly, they aren't dropping any passes.

Seattle must be considered one of the top teams in the NFL. They will be in revenge-mode and should easily take down the overrated Cowboys.


The Trends. Edge: Seahawks.
  • Revenge Situation: COWBOYS came from behind and beat the Seahawks on Monday Night Football last season.
  • Emotional Win Alert: Teams are 35-65 ATS after an emotional win since 2001; COWBOYS kicked a game-winning field goal in overtime.
  • Line Movement: Seahawks -3 (open) to Seahawks -4.
  • Total Movement: .
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 58 degrees. Light wind, 8 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Terry Glenn, Jason Witten, Matt Hasselbeck, Shaun Alexander, Joe Jurevicius.
  • Sit Em: Julius Jones (doubtful), Cowboys Defense.

Prediction: Seahawks by 17. (Seahawks -4). Bonus Double Money Pick. Under.




Ravens (2-3) at Bears (2-3). Line: Bears by 1. Over-Under: 30.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Bears by 1.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Ravens by 1.

The Game. Edge: None.
Injuries: Ravens: OUT: QB Kyle Boller, DE Anthony Weaver. DOUBTFUL: S Ed Reed. QUESTIONABLE: FB Alan Ricard, WR Mark Clayton. Bears: OUT: QB Rex Grossman, OLB Joe Odom. QUESTIONABLE: OT John Tait, G Ruben Brown, P Brad Maynard.

Let's try this again. Every time I pick the Ravens, they self-destruct. Last week I picked against them, and Anthony Wright had a breakout performance. I'm down to my last nerve.

Wright somehow threw for 213 yards against Cleveland. But, you cannot compare Chicago's defense to the personnel the Browns put on the field. The Bears will be up to the task of stopping one of the worst offenses in the NFL. Chicago will stack the line of scrimmage against Jamal Lewis and Chester Taylor, forcing Wright to beat its secondary. Charles Tillman, Jerry Azumah and Mike Brown will pick off a few of Wright's passes. Unless the Bears' defense is worn out from being on the field too long, I don't see how the Ravens can score more than six points on Sunday.

That said, it could be uglier for Chicago. Kyle Orton, meet Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Chris McAlister. Thomas Jones will average no more than three yards per carry, forcing Orton to convert long-yardage situations. Orton will be under constant pressure and could commit a number of turnovers, assisting Baltimore's anemic offense. Basically, it comes down to which offense will turn it over less. A smart move would probably be just to kneel down on every snap, a la "The Water Boy."

The Bears are sitting pretty atop the NFC North. The Ravens need to win to keep up with Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, whom they haven't played yet. Baltimore's desperation probably wins game.


The Trends. Edge: Ravens.
  • Ravens are 31-7 SU; 27-11 ATS vs. teams with a losing record since 2000 (19-28 SU vs. non-losing).
  • Line Movement: Bears -1 (open) to Pick to Bears -1.
  • Total Movement: 32 (open) to 30.
  • Weather: Showers, 51 degrees. Mild wind, 12 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Todd Heap, Both Defenses.
  • Sit Em: Both Offenses.

Prediction: Ravens by 3. (Ravens +1). Under.




Titans (2-4) at Cardinals (1-4). Line: Cardinals by 5. Over-Under: 45.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Cardinals by 2.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Cardinals by 2.

The Game. Edge: Titans.
Injuries: Titans: OUT: RB Travis Henry, WR Drew Bennett*, S Vincent Fuller. QUESTIONABLE: QB Steve McNair*, TE Erron Kinney, DT Randy Starks, OLB Peter Sirmon, CB Andre Woolfolk. Cardinals: OUT: FB James Hodgins, OT Oliver Ross, DE Calvin Pace, CB Antrel Rolle. QUESTIONABLE: CB Eric Green.

I never thought I'd see the day where the Cardinals were three-point favorites over Tennessee. The Titans aren't that bad, are they?

Tennessee is actually better than its record indicates. The team is certainly capable of scoring, as they have shown by accumulating 23 points or more against the Ravens, Rams, Texans and Bengals. Sunday's contest at Sun Devil Stadium should be no different. The Cardinals surrender 4.5 yards per carry, meaning Chris Brown will stampede through their front seven. Steve McNair will benefit from Brown's rushing ability by orchestrating play-action passes to Drew Bennett, emerging rookie Brandon Jones, Erron Kinney and Ben Troupe. Cardinals corners David Macklin and Raymond Walls will not be able to cover Bennett or Jones. The Titans could conceivably register more than 30 points in the desert.

Arizona needs to match Tennessee point-for-point to win and cover this game. That will be difficult because the Cardinals do not have any semblance of a running game. Marcel Shipp and J.J. Arrington are gaining 2.9 and 1.7 yards per carry, respectively, so even though the Titans are ranked 28th against the run, Arizona will need to throw often to move the chains. That could be a problem if Kurt Warner starts. The two-time MVP is questionable, so it would be in the Cardinals' best interest if Dennis Green starts Josh McCown. With McCown at the helm, the Cardinals are averaging 25.5 points per contest. With Warner? Just 14.3.

If McCown is named the starter, the Cardinals will have a better chance of winning this game. However, the Titans are the better team and should be able to control the clock.

Sunday Morning Update: Steve McNair will not play Sunday against the Cardinals. The spread consequently has moved up from Cardinals -3 to Cardinals -5. I don't get it; Billy Volek is a better quarterback than McNair is.


The Trends. Edge: Titans.
  • Titans are 7-2 ATS vs. NFC teams since 2003.
  • Cardinals are 2-10 ATS vs. AFC teams since 2002.
  • Line Movement: Cardinals -3 (open) to Cardinals -3 to Cardinals -4 to Cardinals -5.
  • Total Movement: 45 (open) to 45.
  • Weather: Sunny, 86 degrees. Light wind, 6 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Billy Volek, Chris Brown, Drew Bennett, Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald.
  • Sit Em: Steve McNair, Kurt Warner, Marcel Shipp, J.J. Arrington, Cardinals Defense.

Prediction: Titans by 10. (Titans +5). Under.




Bills (3-3) at Raiders (1-4). Line: Raiders by 3. Over-Under: 40.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Raiders by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Raiders by 3.

The Game. Edge: Raiders.
Injuries: Bills: OUT: DT Ron Edwards, OLB Takeo Spikes. Raiders: OUT: WR Ronald Curry DOUBTFUL: WR Randy Moss*, C Jake Grove, OLB DeLawrence Grant.

Who would have thought that Kelly Holcomb could be Buffalo's savior? After the awful J.P. Losman stunk up Orchard Park, Holcomb actually has the Bills scoring touchdowns.

That said, the Bills still must rely upon Willis McGahee to run effectively if they want to win this game. That might actually be a problem, considering the Raiders yield just 3.9 yards per carry. They could not contain LaDainian Tomlinson on Sunday, but remember, they surrendered less than four yards per carry to Priest Holmes, Julius Jones and Corey Dillon earlier this season. McGahee will also be held to less than four yards per rush, forcing Holcomb to operate in long-yardage situations for the first time this year. Making matters worse, Eric Moulds will have problems getting open because he will be draped by Charles Woodson.

Buffalo has one of the worst rush defenses in the NFL. The team is ranked 29th and it surrendered 148 yards on 18 carries to Curtis Martin, who was garnering 2.7 yards per carry prior to Sunday's contest. LaMont Jordan will have one of the best performances of his career, setting up play-action and short-yardage opportunities for Kerry Collins. The Raiders will frequently move the chains against the Bills, even if Randy Moss doesn't play.

This is a must-win game for the Raiders. They cannot afford to start their promising season with a 1-5 record. Buffalo, on the other hand, is tied for the division lead with New England. The bottom line is that Oakland needs this contest more than the Bills do.


The Trends. Edge: Raiders.
  • Double Home Alert: Coaches are 43-32 ATS at home following a home loss since 2001. (RAIDERS)
  • Raiders are 1-12 ATS in October since 2001.
  • Line Movement: .
  • Total Movement: .
  • Weather: Sunny, 69 degrees. Mild wind, 11 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Kerry Collins, LaMont Jordan, Doug Gabriel.
  • Sit Em: Bills Offense and Defense, Randy Moss (doubtful).

Prediction: Raiders by 14. (Raiders -3). Money Pick. Under.




Broncos (5-1) at Giants (3-2). Line: Giants by 2. Over-Under: 46.
Sunday, 4:15 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Broncos by 3.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Broncos by 3.

The Game. Edge: Giants.
Injuries: Giants: OUT: CB William Peterson. QUESTIONABLE: WR Plaxico Burress*, OLB Carlos Emmons, OLB Barrett Green, S Gibril Wilson.

Has there ever been a shakier 5-1 team than the Broncos? Can we trust Jake Plummer? I can't. He might implode any second.

I say this every week, so why not mention it again? Jake Plummer needs a running game to be effective. If Tatum Bell and Mike Anderson can establish themselves on the ground, Plummer can utilize his patented play-action bootlegs and connect with Rod Smith, Ashley Lelie and Jeb Putzier downfield. If the two backs are shut down, Plummer will throw a multitude of interceptions, which he has yet to do since the season opener against Miami. That said, it might happen again on Sunday. The Giants have one of the elite run-stopping units in the NFL, thanks to the offseason acquisition of middle linebacker Antonio Pierce. New York restricted the Cowboys to just 2.6 yards per rush. If the Giants shut down the run again, Plummer will be throwing picks left and right.

The Broncos are ranked eighth against the run, so Tiki Barber will not find much running room in the Meadowlands. Instead, Eli Manning will need to constantly throw against Denver's secondary, which displayed a weakness against the Patriots. I don't think the Broncos defensive backs can cover Plaxico Burress, Jeremy Shockey and Amani Toomer. The Giants should be able to score enough to win Sunday's contest.

If Denver is even somewhat stoic against the Giants, they will lose. How can the Broncos be fully focused? This game is sandwiched between last week's huge win against New England and next week's matchup against Philadelphia.


The Trends. Edge: Giants.
  • Sandwich Situation: BRONCOS play the Giants after battling the Patriots and before hosting the Eagles.
  • Broncos are 1-7 ATS vs. the NFC since 2003.
  • Broncos are 21-33 ATS vs. opponents coming off a loss under Mike Shanahan.
  • Line Movement: Giants -1 (open) to Giants -2.
  • Total Movement: 46 (open) to 47 to 46.
  • Weather: Showers, 65 degrees. Light wind, 9 mph.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Rod Smith, Ashley Lelie, Eli Manning, Plaxico Burress, Jeremy Shockey.
  • Sit Em: Jake Plummer, Tatum Bell, Mike Anderson.

Prediction: Giants by 10. (Giants -2). Money Pick. Under.




Jets (2-4) at Falcons (4-2). Line: Falcons by 8. Over-Under: 40.
Monday, 9:00 ET

Walt's Projected Line (Before Week 6 Games): Falcons by 6.
Walt's Projected Line (After Week 6 Games): Falcons by 7.

The Game. Edge: Jets.
Injuries: Jets: OUT: QB Chad Pennington, QB Jay Fiedler, RB Derrick Blaylock, C Kevin Mawae. QUESTIONABLE: OLB Eric Barton, CB Ty Law. Falcons: OUT: G Steve Herndon, MLB Edgerton Hartwell, CB Kevin Mathis. QUESTIONABLE: RB T.J. Duckett*.

Could we have a more drastic disparity between the two quarterbacks that are going head-to-head on Monday night? The flashy Michael Vick battles the ancient Vinny Testaverde.

Although the Jets were slaughtered by the Bills at Orchard Park on Sunday, there is one positive that Herman Edwards can take away from the 27-17 loss: Curtis Martin is back. The 32-year-old running back, who previously gained 2.7 yards per carry, rushed for 148 yards on just 18 carries. Martin could be primed for an even greater performance against Atlanta; the Falcons surrendered 6.2 yards per rush to the Saints duo of Antowain Smith and Aaron Stecker. In fact, the Falcons have the worst run defense in the NFL. Martin will eclipse the 175-yard plateau, permitting Vinny Testaverde to play-action pass to Laveranues Coles and Justin McCareins. Atlanta's secondary was torched by the Saints. Vinny and the Jets will give the Falcons a similar treatment.

It was perplexing to me how well Willis McGahee was able to run against the Jets. Prior to McGahee's 143-yard performance, New York yielded just 3.4 yards per carry to opposing rushers. If the Jets can regain their form, Warrick Dunn and T.J. Duckett will be stuffed in the backfield, forcing Michael Vick to throw. And, that's not exactly a good thing; Vick was just 11-of-23 for 112 yards, one touchdown and one interception against New Orleans' awful stop unit. Not exactly Matt Schaub numbers. Vick will also have problems scrambling, because he will run into defensive end John Abraham when he attempts to run to his left.

Atlanta is the most overrated team in the NFL. They cannot throw the ball or stop the run. They would not have beaten Philadelphia if middle linebacker Jeremiah Trotter wasn't ejected; they defeated the woeful Bills (with J.P. Losman) and the Love Boat Vikings; they barely snuck past New Orleans. Everyone will be shocked when the Jets hunt down and slay the Falcons.


The Trends. Edge: Jets.
  • Statfox Trend: FALCONS are a home favorite that is coming off a 1-3 point road win. (Teams 11-27 ATS in that situation since 2000).
  • Emotional Win Alert: Teams are 35-65 ATS after an emotional win since 2001; FALCONS kicked a game-winning field goal as time expired.
  • Line Movement: Falcons -7 (open) to Falcons -7 to Falcons -8
  • Total Movement: 41 (open) to 40.
  • Weather: Dome.

Fantasy Spin
  • Start Em: Curtis Martin, Laveranues Coles, Justin McCareins, Jets Defense, Alge Crumpler.
  • Sit Em: Michael Vick, T.J. Duckett.

Prediction: Jets by 7. (Jets +8). Bonus Double Money Pick. Upset Special. Over.


My Team by Team ATS Record
This section shows how well I do when picking each team. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed.


Cowboys: 1-4
Eagles: 1-4
Giants: 4-0
Redskins: 2-3

Bears: 5-0
Lions: 2-2
Packers: 4-1
Vikings: 3-2

Buccaneers: 3-3
Falcons: 4-2
Panthers: 4-1
Saints: 4-2

49ers: 1-4
Cardinals: 2-3
Rams: 4-2
Seahawks: 3-3

Bills: 2-4
Dolphins: 3-2
Jets: 4-2
Patriots: 3-3

Bengals: 4-2
Browns: 4-1
Ravens: 2-3
Steelers: 3-2

Colts: 5-1
Jaguars: 3-3
Texans: 2-3
Titans: 4-2

Broncos: 1-4
Chargers: 3-2
Chiefs: 2-3
Raiders: 4-1

Divisional Games: 11-12
Trend Edge: 16-14
Game Edge: 7-12
Game & Trend Edge: 1-4


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My Team-by-Team ATS Record
This section shows how well I do when picking each team this year. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed. Winning/losing streak in parentheses.

Cowboys: 1-1
Bears: 0-2
Bucs: 1-1
49ers: 1-1
Eagles: 0-2
Lions: 1-1
Falcons: 0-2
Cardinals: 1-1
Giants: 2-0
Packers: 1-1
Panthers: 0-2
Rams: 1-1
Redskins: 1-1
Vikings: 1-1
Saints: 1-1
Seahawks: 1-1
Bills: 1-1
Bengals: 0-2
Colts: 0-2
Broncos: 1-1
Dolphins: 2-0
Browns: 2-0
Jaguars: 0-2
Chargers: 0-2
Jets: 1-1
Ravens: 0-2
Texans: 2-0
Chiefs: 2-0
Patriots: 2-0
Steelers: 1-1
Titans: 1-1
Raiders: 2-0
Divisional: 4-4 (2011-13: 141-137)
2x Game Edge: 0-2 (2011-13: 55-62)
2x Psych Edge: 3-2 (2011-13: 92-80)
2x Vegas Edge: 6-2 (2011-13: 129-142)
2x Trend Edge: 2-3 (2011-13: 72-78)
Double Edge: 2-1 (2011-13: 27-33)
Triple Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 2-1)
Quad Edge: 0-0 (2011-13: 0-0)

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