NFL Week 6

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Cleveland Browns (0-5) Will Loss To Tennessee Titans But Can They Cover?...An NFL Roundup.

By Kelso Sturgeon.

In the NFL, where do the Dallas Cowboys (4-1 SU, 4-1-0 ATS) really fit in the race to the Super Bowl? We may get the answer Sunday when they take the field at Green Bay ((3-1 SU, 3-1-0 ATS) as 4.5-point underdogs. Will it really mean anything that the San Francisco 49ers (1-4 SU, 1-4 ATS) have reinstated Colin Kaepernick as their starting quarterback? The 49ers are 8-point underdogs at Buffalo (3-2 SU, 3-2 ATS).

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Cleveland Browns Talentless And In Total Chaos, But Does That Mean This 0-5 Team Cannot Cover?

I have said it so many times it sounds like a broken record but I believe it - that the talentless Cleveland Browns will go 0-16 this season. The Browns head into Sunday's game at Tennessee standing 0-5 for the season and 1-4-0 against the spread (ATS) and are for the sixth time this season an underdog, this time by a touchdown against the Titans (2-3 SU, 2-3 ATS). I am revisiting this issue because I want to remind bettors there is a great difference between winning and covering.

While the Browns, who have started five different quarterbacks this season, do not have the talent to win they certainly can cover the number. Just wanted to clarify that issue since some people do not understand win vs. cover.

In Miami things are quickly falling apart as the Dolphins (1-4) head for rock bottom. They have beaten only winless Cleveland, and barely, 30-24 as a 10-point favorite and the fans are crying for the heads of starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill and first-year coach Adam Gase. Just when you think the Dolphins can't get worse, they do, and it has created an unsettling situation of which bettors had better be aware. It's hard for a losing team and the chaos that comes from it to win. Miami is a 7.5-point home underdog this week to Pittsburgh (4-1).

Carolina coach Ron Rivera says the Panthers are 1-4 because the defense is playing with its head stuck where the sun does not shine. Adding to the misery is the terrible season quarterback Cam Newton is having, when he is health enough to play. Whatever happened to the team that went 15-1 in the regular season last year and made it to the Super Bowl before losing in the post-season.

You can take it to the bank the Chicago Bears have given up on long-time starting quarterback Jay Cutler and intend to move ahead with Brian Hoyer in charge. That will make Cutler a $16-million-a-year backup. Hoyer will be an improvement in that he rarely makes costly mistakes and he certainly has the respect of his teammates, something Cutler lost a long time ago.

You could say rookie defensive end is going to be an impact player for the San Diego Chargers. In his first action last week against the Raiders he was in for 27 plays and had two sacks, three QB hits and three more tackles

The consensus opinion among NFL insiders is that the Houston Texas made a big mistake in dolling out $70 million to "steal" back-up QB Brock Osweiler from the Denver Broncos. Osweiler has not shown any ability to keep a drive going and chokes when the heat is on. In other words, there is a reason the very hopeful Texans are 3-2 when the expected to be 4-1 five games in. They are 3-point favorites over an equally struggling Indianapolis Colts team Sunday.

The 2-3 Cincinnati Bengals are already behind the 8-ball because neither their offensive or defensive lines are performing as they did when went 12-5 last season. The Bengals truly need to get up to speed Sunday when the take the field in Foxborough as 9-point underdogs to the New England Patriots (4-1)