5 Teams You Should Expect To See Win In Week 6

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5 Teams You'll See Win This Sunday

5 Teams You'll See Win This Sunday
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Much like I discussed in my article I wrote about the five teams that will definitely lose in Week 6, there are always those teams you have the most confidence in to come out victorious. It is always easier to watch those games when those teams are dominating from start to finish, but sometimes it is not that easy and they keep you on the edge of your seat the entire 60 minutes of football. However, when it is all said and done, they still get the job done.

It is easy to pick the undefeated teams to continue dominating, but the fact that only one team in NFL history has ever went undefeated tells me that all teams are bound to lose eventually. What about that team who hasn’t won a game yet, but has shown throughout the years that they have what it takes to make the playoffs and even win a championship? It’s hard to sleep on them every single week. The way teams play at home and on the road is also a huge part of predicting who will win on any given Sunday. Teams coming off of huge wins the prior week can be hard to trust, but if they can keep the momentum going and on their side, they can keep the wins coming.

With all that said, Week 6 of the NFL season has some very intriguing matchups. Some games will likely result in blowout victories while others will stay close the whole time. Be prepared to see these five teams definitely get a victory this week.

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New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints
Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

You can say I'm going overboard predicting the Saints will definitely beat the New England Patriots, but Drew Brees is guaranteed to put points on the board. Can you say the same thing about Tom Brady?

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San Francisco 49ers

San Francisco 49ers
Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

The 49ers are getting their swag back slowly but surely and having Arizona coming into town this weekend is a nice way to keep on winning.

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Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas was the first team to intercept Peyton Manning this season and almost was the first team to beat the Denver Broncos. Dallas' moral victory last week will be enough to propel them to defeat the Washington Redskins Sunday night at home.

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Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks
Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle is playing at home. It doesn't matter who's on the field with them, they don't lose at home. Plain and simple.

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Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos
Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The worst team in the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars, will travel to Denver to play the best team in the NFL. Does anyone expect the Jaguars to walk out victorious? My point exactly.


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