NFL picks Week 6: Chiefs-Vikings and all others

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Nov 16, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) throws while being pressured by Kansas City Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe (92) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (50) during the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs won 24-20. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks (-7)

Seattle (2-3) is not the same team that it has been over the years. The offensive line is awful and the defense is starting to show some cracks. That said, Carolina (4-0) is not winning this game on the road.

Pick: Seattle 22, Carolina 17

San Diego Chargers at Green Bay Packers (-11.5)

This is a huge line. Green Bay (5-0) is outrageously good at Lambeau Field, and Vegas is saying it has not faith in San Diego (2-3) to go on the road in a short week and keep it close. I’m with Vegas.

Pick: Green Bay 35, San Diego 19

Baltimore Ravens (-1) at San Francisco 49ers

This is a game of competing dumpster fires. Baltimore (1-4) is basically Kansas City East, just with recent playoff success. San Francisco (1-4) belongs in the WAC.

Pick: Baltimore 17, San Francisco 14

New England Patriots (-9) at Indianapolis Colts

Hide your kids, hide your wife. New England (4-0) is going to pull out the bat and pull Indianapolis (3-2) into the alley. The Patriots could be up 41-3, and Belichick will be faking punts. It’s going to be savage.

Pick: New England 44, Indianapolis 13

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-4)

New York (3-2) is beginning to bring all the pieces together, showcasing by its game-winning drive on Sunday night. Philadelphia (2-3) is a mess that beat the Saints.

Pick: New York 26, Philadelphia 20

Last Week: 12-2
Overall: 50-27