Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks picks, predictions NFL Week 6 – The Arizona Republic

The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks play on Sunday in a game on the NFL Week 6 schedule.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 6 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 1:05 p.m. MST on Fox.
The Cardinals are a 3.5-point favorite in the game.
NFL Week 6 picks, predictions:
Jeremy Cluff writes: “We’re going with the Cardinals in a shootout in Seattle as both of these defenses have issues.”
Bill Speros writes: “Pete Carroll will still be celebrating Seattle’s Super Bowl victory over Denver in Week 1. This is a game between two horrendous defenses, so expect lots of points or lots of incompetence. Possibly both. But this total of 51 is a bit too high (see incompetence). Seattle is scary as a home underdog (see Week 1). Woof.”
NFL Week 6 odds:
The site’s Football Power Index gives the Seahawks a 36.1% chance to get the victory.
It writes: “Smith continues to lead the Seahawks’ offense with an average of 23.8 points per game, which ranks as the 11th-best in the NFL. If the performances from the past two weeks have shown anything, it’s that Seattle is very much equipped to keep games within reach and tightly contested. The Cardinals are ranked 28th with an average of 25.8 PPG allowed, which bodes well for the Seahawks to cover and keep this game within reach.”
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The site’s formula has the Cardinals winning the NFL Week 6 game on Sunday, but is taking the Seahawks with the points.
Tyler Maher writes: “FanDuel Sportsbook is projecting a close game based on the narrow odds, as am I. Arizona hasn’t played up to its talent level so far while Seattle has been surprisingly frisky thanks to Geno Smith’s unexpectedly strong performance under center. The Seahawks’ thin defense will have a tough time stopping the Cardinals’ potent offense, however.”
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