In Week 6 we saw the Kansas City Chiefs, one of two previously unbeaten teams, lose despite scoring 40 points and gaining 8.42 yards per play in New England. The Los Angeles Rams took care of business in Denver thanks to a career Todd Gurley game (208 yards), and they remained undefeated.
The Philadelphia Eagles finally looked like defending Super Bowl champions, after New York money flooded the market ahead of the Thursday night game to drive the line all the way down to Philadelphia -1. The Giants also looked like the Giants. The Pittsburgh Steelers made the AFC North interesting again with a big win in Cincinnati on essentially the final play of the game -- a 31-yard touchdown with 10 seconds remaining. In fact, we saw a total of eight games come down to the final possession.
Let's dive into some of the other details that stuck out to me in Week 6 -- and learn how we can apply those lessons to our betting process for Week 7.