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NFL Predictions Fifth Week: Our Picks Against Spread

Jacksonville Jaguars in Houston, TexasAnd the 1pm, CBS

Font: Texas-6 | Total: 54.5

On October 4, it was reported that Bill O’Brien, the coach and general manager of Team Texas (0-4) He will add a play call to his duties. On October 5, it was announced that O’Brien He had no duties whatsoever. It seems as if the team finally noticed that the years of first-back Deshawn Watson were completely wasted, although this realization occurred after O’Brien, in his role as General Manager, largely destroyed the team. The good news for Romeo Krenell, who will temporarily take charge of the team, is that his team has an excellent opportunity to start a new era by winning thanks to the visiting Jaguar team (1-3). That Watson must totally rip it off. Picking: Texas -6

Denver Broncos at the New England PatriotsAnd the 4:25 pm, CBS

Line: Off | Gross: off

One might envision this as a game to watch when setting the schedule. Drew Locke, a brave second-year midfielder for the Broncos (1-3), went to Foxboro, Massachusetts, for the first time to face the arduous Patriots (1-3), which Cam Newton recreated. Instead, Locke is knocked out with a shoulder injury, and replaced by Jeff Driskill, who has been replaced by Brett Ripan – who was honestly so much fun to watch in a bad match last week!

The Patriots (2-2) are still waiting for Newton to return from the Covid-19 roster, and last week they started Brian Hoyer (which was bad) before switching over to Jarrett Stidham (also terrible). Adding to the chaos, New England’s best defensive player, Stephon Gilmore, is said to have joined Newton on the Covid-19 roster.

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More positive tests might theoretically delay this match, but if they can play it would be negligence, as the advantage goes to the home team with the better coach. Picking: Patriots

Arizona Cardinals at the GatesAnd the 1 pm, Fox

Font: Cardinals-7 | Total: 47

The Cardinals (2-2) swung suddenly, after following the start 2-0 with straight losses, and the second included a quarterback Keeler Murray averaging 4.3 yards per passing attempt – a statistic that is very likely to be severely affected by an ankle injury to the wide receiver. DeAndre Hopkins. It’s certainly not where coach Cliff Kingsbury wants the Cardinal to be, but Gates (0-4) have done an excellent job making the other teams feel good about themselves this season, and even with a full home landing, it’s hard to believe that she will be able to The competition. But hey, last week LeBron James tweeted about Sam Darnold (Who wouldn’t expect to play this game due to a shoulder strain). So they have this up for them. Picking: Cardinals-7

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