2013 Week 6 5* NFL Picks: CHIEFS -7 4* Bengals -5.5 #nflonedotcom

[Raiders/CHIEFS] Even though the Underdog is 11-1 ATS in their last 12 matchups, and the Raiders are an unbelievable 7-0 run ATS in their last 7 matchups, Reid’s Chiefs, allowing only 197.8 passing yards per game will find a way to stop Pryor, and his impressive 97.6 rating. Powering only 5 sacks this season, and allowing over 268 passing yards per game, look for Smith, 83.7 rating, to have a break out game against the Raiders defense that has allowed only 11 ppg to the Chiefs in their last three games in Arrowhead.

[Bengals/BILLS] Although the Bengals have managed just 19 pts in their last 2 games, the Cincy defense will be back in the spotlight today after halting Brady’s 52 game touchdown run. With the Bills going with Tuel, 31.3 rating, at QB, for the time being, the Bengals will stretch to a Bills rushing attack powering over 152 rushing yards per game, but not break. Look for the Bengals to be back in the form that powered up 34 points versus Green Bay.

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  1. LOSER – Bengals 27, BILLS 24 (OT) – Orchard Park, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Mike Nugent kicked a 43-yard field goal with 6:44 remaining in overtime to lift the Cincinnati Bengals to a 27-24 win over the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Nugent missed a field goal late in the third quarter that could have given the Bengals a 17-point lead. Behind quarterback Thad Lewis, recently promoted from the practice squad to start for injured rookie EJ Manuel, the Bills rallied to force overtime. Lewis, making his second career NFL start, threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes, the latter a 40-yard downfield strike to rookie wide receiver Marquise Goodwin with 68 seconds remaining. The Bengals got the ball to begin overtime and marched into Buffalo territory before a 30-yard Kevin Huber punt pinned the Bills at the 7-yard line. No magic this time by Lewis as the Bills went three-and-out. Brandon Tate returned Brian Moorman’s punt 29 yards to the Buffalo 33. After three consecutive running plays, Nugent nailed the game-winning kick.

  2. WINNER – Raiders 7, CHIEFS 24 – Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) – Fans at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium set a world record for loudest outdoor arena on Sunday. They had a lot to cheer about. Jamaal Charles had two short touchdown runs and the Chiefs harassed Terrelle Pryor for 10 sacks and three interceptions in a 24-7 victory over the Oakland Raiders that kept Kansas City’s best start in a decade alive. Charles rushed for 78 yards and Alex Smith passed for 128, but Kansas City’s defense starred in this latest win. All three Pryor picks led to Kansas City points, including Husain Abdullah’s 44-yard return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Pryor had a 39-yard touchdown pass to Denarius Moore, but also faced a 3rd-and-48 play at one point in the fourth quarter. The Chiefs (6-0) snapped a six-game home losing streak to the Raiders and have won their first six games of the season for the first time since going 9-0 in 2003.

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