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Two red hot teams square off in a Week 6 AFC showdown when the Ravens face the Chargers. We have a same-game parlay that is at +240 odds!

Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Chargers Same-Game Parlay Picks

This Week 6 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the Los Angeles Chargers is set to be a good one. Both teams are off to a hot start and have both started the 2021 NFL season with a 4-1 record. The Chargers will be looking to cap off an exceptional start to the season before their Week 7 bye week, and a win on the road against Baltimore would do just that. The Ravens put on a show against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, coming back to win the game in overtime, and will be riding that confidence into Week 6.

A fun statistic to watch for this game: The LA Chargers are 2-0 on the road this season, whereas the Ravens are 2-0 at home. Who will break their streak this Sunday?

According to DraftKings sportsbook, the Baltimore Ravens are 3-point favorites coming into this game. Of course, some Chargers fans will be shocked to see the LA Chargers are pegged as the underdogs this week, but it makes complete sense. The Chargers and Ravens have identical records throughout the season, and Las Vegas tends to give a 3-point spread advantage to the home team in tight games like this. Baltimore is the -150 betting favorite, while the Chargers are the +135 underdogs. The over/under points scored for this game has been set at 52 points.

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Ravens vs. Chargers Week 6 Same-Game Parlay Picks

Charger +3

The most significant question mark surrounding the LA Chargers this week is regarding the health of Mike Williams, who did not participate in practice early this week. Williams played 58/75 possible snaps against the Browns, logging 8 catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns. Bettors on this game should monitor Williams injury report throughout this week. Despite this injury, the Los Angeles Chargers have logged an average of 3.6 touchdowns per game this season and now face-off against a Baltimore defense currently allowing an average of 296 passing yards per game.

In Baltimore, things are trending up after a shaky couple of games to start the season. Despite being down early in multiple games, the Ravens just seem to find a way to win week after week. They are scoring three touchdowns per game on average and will be looking to utilize the running game this Sunday facing a Chargers defense currently allowing 157 rush yards per game.

Total Over 51

This game looks to be a repeat of the Chargers vs. Browns game, with the winner being crowned in the game's final minutes. For that reason, I'd rather back the team gaining points in the spread rather than losing them. The Chargers are famously bad against the run this season, but if they can find a way to stop Lamar in the backfield, their secondary should be able to handle the air attack.

The key to this game will be containing Lamar and bringing pressure early and often. The Baltimore Ravens have also covered the 'points over' line in their last two matchups, and taking the over in this game is pretty much a lock. However, both defenses are weakest against the opposing team's strongest points (Baltimore vulnerable against the pass, Chargers soft against the run), so I'd predict this game to be aback-and-forth shootout. There are a ton of unknowns to monitor this week, but as things currently stand, I am taking Los Angeles + 3 and taking over 51 points

Ravens vs. Chargers Same-Game Parlay Picks

2-Leg Same-Game Parlay +240 Risk $100 to win $240

  • Chargers +3
  • Over 51

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NFL Free Picks: Week 6 is here after a wild Week 5. Week 5 saw Cordaralle Patterson and Kyle Pitts dominate the world stage in London. The Packers and Bengals back and forth overtime game with tons of botched field goals. Tom Brady and company continue to dominate. The Bills rolled over the Chiefs and are now AFC title favorites. The Patriots, Eagles, and Chargers all come out on top with 4th quarter comebacks. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals remain the lone unbeaten team and much, much more. This week, we'll see an NFC clash between the Buccaneers and Eagles on Thursday Night Football -- that one should be a ton of fun. A rivalry as old as time as the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears square off. The Arizona Cardinals put their undefeated record on the line against the Cleveland Browns, and on Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills will look to stay red-hot facing the Tennessee Titans. Hang with OddsChecker and you'll get free picks for every NFL game this week from Ben Gretch, Derrik Klassen, Justis Mosqueda, Nate Tice, Katelyn Heffler, Geoff Fienberg, Jason Radowitz, Matt O'Leary, Mike Spector, and more. Plus, you'll be able to compare the best odds from legal sportsbooks, too.

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Liam Hudson is an experienced sports writer, with a finger on the pulse of all things NFL and College Football. As a fanatical New England Patriots fan, he spends most of his time convincing others he is not a bandwagoner and defending Bill Belichick in Brady vs Bill arguments. He is also a Fantasy Football fanatic and spends far too much time analyzing player data and statistics in hopes of finding a hidden gem in one of his many yearly fantasy leagues.


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