Canadian trio from Dallas at New York Jets in NFL Week 6

Dallas Cowboys

Yet another exciting week in the National Football League is ahead of us. Dallas Cowboys will be looking to make amends for a 34-24 loss to Green Bay Packers when they take on New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, whilst high-flying New England Patriots play host to New York Giants at their Gillette Stadium in NFL Week 6. San Francisco 49ers are eyeing their fourth consecutive win in the 2019 NFL season at Los Angeles Rams, but this match will be anything but a walk in the park for Kyle Shanahan’s troops.

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Cowboys suffered a dip in form in NFL

Dallas Cowboys made a flying start to the new NFL season, with the team beating the likes of New York Giants (35-17), Washington Redskins (31-21) and Miami Dolphins (31-6), but, all of a sudden they suffered a dip in form. Following a 12-10 loss to New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Jason Garrett’s men were beaten by Green Bay Packers at home ground at the weekend.

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Canadian players from Dallas Cowboys Christian Covington. L.P. Ladouceur and Tyrone Crawford travel to New York City in Week 6 as they take on Jets at MetLife Stadium. Jason Garrett’s troops will not have a better chance than this to get back on course as New York Jets are on a four-game losing run ahead of Sunday’s clash. You should know that Dallas Cowboys are just -417 at William Hill to beat the Jets.

Entony Auclair and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers were beaten by David Onyemata’s New Orleans Saints 31-24 in Week 5 and they face an uphill task in Sunday’s encounter with Carolina Panthers. The Saints, on the other hand, are brimming with confidence ahead of the trip to Jacksonville. Our Eli Ankou and his teammates were beaten by Carolina Panthers 34-27 at the weekend.

Check out all NFL Week 5 results:

  • Carolina Panthers 34-27 Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Baltimore Ravens 26-23 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Buffalo Bills 14-7 Tennessee Titans
  • New England Patriots 33-7 Washington Redskins
  • Oakland Raiders 24-21 Chicago Bears
  • Philadelphia Eagles 31-6 New York Jets
  • Minnesota Vikings 28-10 New York Giants
  • Houston Texans 53-32 Atlanta Falcons
  • Arizona Cardinals 26-23 Cincinnati Bengals
  • New Orleans Saints 31-24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Denver Broncos 20-13 Los Angeles Chargers
  • Green Bay Packers 34-24 Dallas Cowboys
  • Indianapolis Colts 19-13 Kansas City Chiefs
  • Cleveland Browns 3-31 San Francisco 49ers

NFL Week 6 Injuries and Suspensions

Several players picked up knocks in Week 5, but some of them will recover in time to face their next rivals.

  • Arizona Cardinals did well to beat Cincinnati Bengals 26-23 in their last league match, but running back David Jonson suffered a back injury. However, the 27-year-old should be fit to face Atlanta Falcons in Week 6.
  • Kansas City Chiefs Sammy Watkins wide receiver picked up a hamstring injury against Indianapolis Colts and he is likely to miss upcoming game against Houston Texans.
  • Los Angeles Rams WR Brandin Cooks suffered a concussion against Seattle Seahawks, whilst New York Giants running back Wayne Gallman is out of contention with the same problem.
  • New England Patriots wide receiver Phillip Dorsett is sidelined with a hamstring injury he picked up in Sunday’s victory over Washington Redskins.
  • Pittsburg Steelers quarter-back Mason Rudolph misses the Los Angeles Chargers game with a concussion.

NFL Week 6 Matchups:

Who is playing?When?Time?Where?
New England Patriots VS New York GiantsFRIDAY 11 OCTOBER11:20AMGILLETTE STADIUM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers VS Carolina PanthersMONDAY 14 OCTOBER12:30AMTOTTENHAM STADIUM
Jacksonville Jaguars VS New Orleans SaintsMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMTIAA BANK FIELD
Minnesota Vikings VS Philadelphia EaglesMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMUS BANK STADIUM
Miami Dolphins VS Washington RedskinsMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMHARD ROCK STADIUM
Kansas City Chiefs VS Houston TexansMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMARROWHEAD STADIUM
Cleveland Browns VS Seattle SeahawksMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMFIRSTENERGY STADIUM
Baltimore Ravens VS Cincinnati BengalsMONDAY 14 OCTOBER4:00AMM&T BANK STADIUM
Los Angeles Rams VS San Francisco 49ERSMONDAY 14 OCTOBER7:05AMLA COLISEUM
Arizona Cardinals VS Atlanta FalconsMONDAY 14 OCTOBER7:05AMSTATE FARM STADIUM
New York Jets VS Dallas CowboysMONDAY 14 OCTOBER7:25AMMETLIFE STADIUM
Denver Broncos VS Tennessee TitansMONDAY 14 OCTOBER7:25AMBRONCOS STADIUM
Los Angeles Chargers VS PIittsburgh SteelersMONDAY 14 OCTOBER11:20AMDIGNITY HEALTH SPORTS PARK
Green Bay Packers VS Detroit LionsTUESDAY 15 OCTOBER11:15AMLAMBEAU FIELD

Our NFL Week 6 Betting Tips

Dallas Cowboys -7

Dallas Cowboys are eager to return to winning ways following back-to-back defeats to the likes of Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints and seeing that their next rivals New York Jets are low on confidence following a heavy 31-6 loss to Philadelphia Eagles, we believe that there is a big value in betting on Jason Garrett’s team. The Cowboys are -125 to cover the spread of -7.

Los Angeles Chargers -6

Los Angeles Chargers will be looking to bounce back from a 20-13 loss to Denver Broncos when they welcome Pittsburgh Steelers at Dignity Health Sports Park. Anthony Lynn’s men aim to take advantage of the fact that the visitors are without quarter-back Mason Rudolph and they are likely to emerge triumphant in Sunday’s clash. We recommend you to back Los Angeles Chargers -6 at -125.