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Our picks for this week's Fox Sports Super 6 games!

Stephen Rodriguez takes a look at the new Super 6 game launched by FOX that has taken the nation by storm! He gives his picks for this week’s game which could land you up to $250,000.

What is the FOX Super 6?

The FOX Super 6 is a free-to-play game offered on the FOX Super 6 App that gives football fans the opportunity to potentially win $250,000! Each week, there will be six NFL Sunday matchups selected for you to predict the results on.

How Do You Play The FOX Super 6?

The rules are simple; sign up, pick the winner of six matchups, and the amount you believe the team will win by. If you select all six teams and scores correctly, you’ll win the grand prize.

How do you get your free chance of $250,000? It’s simple, just download the FOX Super 6 app and make your selections!

What Are This Week’s Matchups?:

New Orleans Saints @ Tennessee Titans

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Atlanta Falcons

Carolina Panthers @ Indianapolis Colts

Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Jets

New York Giants @ Washington Redskins

Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles

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New Orleans Saints, Win by 5-6

Atlanta Falcons, Win by 11-14

Indianapolis Colts, Win by 9-10

Pittsburgh Steelers, Win by 7-8

New York Giants, Win by 3-4

Dallas Cowboys, Win by 7-8

New Orleans Saints @ Tennessee Titans, 1:00 PM:

Prediction: Saints Win 27-21

The New Orleans Saints (11-3) lit up Monday night in historic fashion as they rolled over the Indianapolis Colts 34-7. 

Drew Brees passed Peyton Manning for the most touchdown passes in NFL history and was nearly perfect in accomplishing the feat. Brees completed 29-of-30 for 307 yards and four touchdowns.

Tennessee (8-6) lost the lead of the AFC South after falling to the Houston Texans 24-21.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was solid completing 22-of-36 for 279 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception, adding three rushes for 10 yards and another score. Rookie wide receiver AJ Brown had a big day, catching eight passes for 114 yards and one touchdown.

The Saints seemed to be clicking on all cylinders on Monday night and if they keep that up, my expectation is they will edge out the Titans by one score.

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 PM:

Prediction: Falcons Win 31-17

The Atlanta Falcons (5-9) pulled off one of the biggest upsets of Sunday after edging out the San Francisco 49ers 29-22 in the final seconds of the game.

Wide receiver Julio Jones scored the game-winning touchdown and had a monster day catching 13-of-20 targets for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

Jacksonville (5-9) snapped a five-game losing streak and spoilt the Raiders’ last home game in Oakland, winning 20-16 in a comeback effort.

Quarterback Gardner Minshew led the comeback completing 17-of-29 for 201 yards and two touchdowns, adding five carries for 27 yards.

Atlanta has turned a corner as winners in two straight games. I’m taking the Falcons to win by two possessions at home.

Carolina Panthers @ Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 PM:

Prediction: Colts Win 24-14

The Colts (6-4) dropped a fourth straight game after collapsing on Monday night, losing to the Saints 34-7.

Indianapolis’ offense was held scoreless for a majority of the game. Quarterback Jacoby Brissettt was held out of the endzone completing 18-of-34 for 165 yards.

Things have gone from bad to worse for the Panthers (5-9), who have lost six consecutive games after losing 30-24 at home to the Seattle Seahawks.

Quarterback Kyle Allen struggled, throwing three interceptions while completing 25-of-41 for 277 yards with one touchdown, and as a result the Panthers announced third-string rookie quarterback Will Grier will make his first start against the Colts on Sunday.

With Carolina down to their third-string quarterback, I’m taking the Colts to bounce back at home by 10 points.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Jets, 1:00 PM:

Prediction: Steelers Win 30-23

The Pittsburgh Steelers (8-6) snapped a three-game winning streak falling in primetime to the Buffalo Bills 17-10.

Quarterback Devlin Hodges couldn’t keep the ball away from Buffalo, throwing four interceptions while completing 23-of-38 for 202 yards and one touchdown.

The New York Jets (5-9) were lit up on Thursday by the NFL’s best offense, losing to the Baltimore Ravens 42-21.

Quarterback Sam Darnold had a rollercoaster outing throwing for 218 yards, two touchdowns and an interception while losing a fumble.

Pittsburgh needs this win to keep themselves in the sixth and final spot in the AFC playoffs. Take the Steelers to spoil Le'Veon Bell’s revenge game and win by at least seven points.

New York Giants @ Washington Redskins, 1:00 PM:

Prediction: Giants Win 20-17

The New York Giants (3-11) snapped an eight-game losing streak after defeating the Miami Dolphins 36-20 in what could be quarterback Eli Manning’s last home game in New York.

Running back Saqoun Barkley had his best game of the season rushing for 112 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries, adding four receptions for 31 yards.

Washington (3-11) dropped a second straight game after falling at home to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-27. 

The Redskins kept the game close behind a solid outing from rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Haskins completed 19-of-28 for 261 yards and two touchdowns with a lost fumble.

With this game having NFL Draft implications, my expectation is a low scoring back-and-forth game with neither team really looking to win this game. I’ll roll with the Giants to find a way to win by a field goal.

Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles, 4:25 PM:

Prediction: Cowboys Win 34-27

Arguably the best matchup of the weekend takes place in Philadelphia as the Cowboys and Eagles battle to decide the winner of the NFC East.

Dallas (7-7) got back on track and snapped a three-game losing streak after handling the Los Angeles Rams 44-21.

Running back Eziekel Elliott did it all for the Cowboys, rushing 24 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns, adding three receptions for 43 yards.

Philadelphia (7-7) picked up a second straight win after taking down the Washington Redskins 37-27.

Quarterback Carson Wentz came up big for the birds completing 30-of-43 for 266 yards and three touchdowns.

With the NFC East title hanging in the balance, this matchup will come down to the wire. Roll with the Cowboys to pull off the win on a late touchdown drive.

By Stephen Rodriguez

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