Back any NFL team to win and Betway will pay you out as a winner if they lead by 14 points or more at any time. Here are Jack Green's picks for Week 6.


Carolina Panthers to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers (14:30)

The Panthers have won all three of their games since Kyle Allen replaced the injured Cam Newton at quarterback, and should keep their run going in London on Sunday.

The Buccaneers fell to 2-3 with a defeat to the New Orleans Saints last weekend and have struggled defensively all season, allowing the fourth-most points and fifth-most yards of any team in the NFL.

Tampa Bay’s offense relies heavily on their deep passing attack, and they might struggle to get going against Carolina, who have allowed the fourth-fewest passing yards in the league this year.

Seattle Seahawks to beat Cleveland Browns (18:00)

The Browns were thrashed 31-3 by the San Francisco 49ers last Monday and now have a 2-3 record, including two defeats from two at home.

Seattle are 4-1 after beating the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5 and have won both of their away games this season against the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Seahawks rank eighth in points per game and have one of the best rushing attacks in the NFL, which bodes poorly for the Browns, who allowed 275 yards on the ground against San Francisco last week.

New Orleans Saints to beat Jacksonville Jaguars (18:00)

The Saints’ title hopes looked in real doubt after quarterback Drew Brees was injured in Week 2, but they have now won three successive games with Teddy Bridgewater under centre.

Bridgewater played well against the Buccaneers last week, but it’s the defence that has carried New Orleans to their 4-1 record. They held Tampa Bay to 24 points last Sunday and the Dallas Cowboys to just 10 the week before that.

Expect the Saints to cause major problems for Jacksonville quarterback Gardner Minshew, who has had a good rookie season so far but is yet to face a defensive front as ferocious as New Orleans’.

Kansas City Chiefs to beat Houston Texans (18:00)

The Chiefs suffered a shock defeat at home to the Indianapolis Colts last week, but should bounce back against the inconsistent Texans.

Houston looked impressive in a 53-32 win over the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday, but their three victories this season have all come against teams that will likely miss the playoffs.

The Saints and Panthers both beat Houston earlier this season, so it’s hard to trust them against an elite team like Kansas City, who are perfectly equipped for a game that promises to be an offensive shootout.


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