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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 5)

4th October, 12:06

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Jaguars at Panthers (-3.5)

ATS - 56% Jaguars

Both defenses are finding their grooves with solid pass-rushing front sevens backed by active secondary playmaking. This comes down to which QB gets better support from the running game and can be elusive to extend pass plays. Jacksonville is much better against the run to set up the third-down pressure. In an all-purpose duel between Christian McCaffrey and Leonard Fournette, the latter will get one more key explosive run. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)

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Patriots at Redskins (+15)

ATS - 88% Patriots

In addition to his own coach repeatedly stating he's not ready to play, Dwayne Haskins is also set up to fail behind a heavily injured Redskins offensive line. Washington is not a team that can be backed right now, even at an astronomical price like this one. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)

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Bills at Titans (-3)

ATS - 61% Titans

I don't expect Josh Allen to play this week, and that makes the line of -2.5 just too close. The Titans are home, and their preferred game plan is the one that will give the Bills the most trouble. The Titans want to run the ball 25-30 times, and while the Bills are elite against the pass, they rank 25th in rush defense DVOA. I don't see how the Titans don't cover if Allen misses. ~ Nick Zylak (Fantasy Football Advice)

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Ravens at Steelers (+3)

ATS - 53% Steelers

Rudolph looked comfortable against the Bengals and that shouldn't change in Week 5 against a terrible Ravens defense. Baltimore allows nine yards per pass attempt (third-worst). Pittsburgh's defense continues to be a strength. They're fourth in sacks and turnover differential and have allowed fewer than five yards per play since their Week 1 loss to New England. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)

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Cardinals at Bengals (-3)

ATS - 67% Cardinals

My model has this game as a pick-em, and when that's the case, I just take the points. Both teams have looked bad for most of the season...but Monday night's performance makes me more concerned about the Bengals than the Cardinals ~ Nick Zylak (Fantasy Football Advice)

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Falcons at Texans (-5)

ATS - 63% Texans

There's a lot of talk about the Houston offensive line and for good reason. But Atlanta's offensive line hasn't been a whole lot better and has a whole bunch of injuries right now, which doesn't bode well for Matt Ryan and his 52.1 passer rating under pressure. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)

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Buccaneers at Saints (-3)

ATS - 50% Buccaneers

Sneaky great game. The Saints (3-1) are winning without Drew Brees, but the offense has done very little. The Buccaneers (2-2) have an improved defense and Jameis Winston is looking better, albeit with horrid moments sprinkled in. If Winston doesn't make the big mistake -- a huge if -- Tampa has a real shot to win. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)

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Vikings at Giants (+5)

ATS - 56% Vikings

It's looking more and more like the Vikings can't be trusted against legitimate contenders -- see Week 2 vs. Green Bay and Week 4 vs. Chicago -- but I'll trust that Mike Zimmer has something up his sleeve to slow rookie quarterback Daniel Jones, who benefited from starting his NFL career against the Bucs and Redskins. ~ Ricky Dolye (NESN)

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Bears at Raiders (+5)

ATS - 82% Bears

Oakland couldn't move the ball the one time they faced a top defense this season. Chicago has the NFL's best defense. If Chase Daniel can get the Bears to 20 points -- he did it in both of his starts last season -- the Bears should cover the spread. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)

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Jets at Eagles (-13.5)

ATS - 64% Eagles

This is going to be a massacre. The Eagles (2-2) are coming off a mini-bye and should be relatively healthy. Philadelphia's main problem is its secondary, but it won't be tested because the Jets (0-3) have no ability to pass the football. New York should be thrilled if this isn't over by halftime. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)

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Broncos at Chargers (-6)

ATS - 65% Chargers

Full transparency: I have no idea what to do with this game and have flip-flopped my pick at least 25 times. The Chargers are getting a bit healthier, however, while injuries and general discontent compound with the Broncos. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)

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Packers at Cowboys (-3.5)

ATS - 55% Packers

The Packers defense took a plummet last week, while the Dallas offense did as well. So which one gets back on track? I think it's the Dallas offense, but it will be a close one. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)

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Colts at Chiefs (-11)

ATS - 71% Chiefs

The Chiefs remain as one of the three unbeaten teams, but the victories have been more harrowing the past two games. The Colts were one of the surprises last week, losing at home to the Raiders after back-to-back victories. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)

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Browns at 49ers (-5)

ATS - 53% 49ers

The Browns are the most undisciplined team in football. They've allowed 368 penalty yards and have the worst net penalty differential at minus-160. They also have the third-most pre-snap penalties, which could be a problem with a rookie quarterback in a raucous Monday night environment. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)

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