Fox Sports The Gambler's Week 6 Sunday Service

Harry Mayes (@harrymayesTU):

After coming off a 2-0 debut week for Sunday Service, Harry Mayes, representing our new partners at Vig It (@Vig_it), gave us three of his favorite plays for this weekend's NFL Week 6 action.

Eagles +8 over Ravens

Jaguars +3.5 over Lions

Falcons/Vikings o54

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Listen to Harry's full breakdown of these three games and others here:

Mark Drumheller (@x_drumheller): NFL picks for Week 6.

Lions -3.5 over Jaguars. Matthew Stafford takes aim at a Jaguars defense that has allowed at least 30 points in each of their last four games. The Jaguars biggest advantage is on the ground, but I don't think they can exploit that part of the Lion's defense if they are trailing big early.

Texans +4 over the Titans. The Titans are coming off a big emotional win and now on a short week against a division rival. The Titans are winning by scoring on short fields with the leagues best turnover differential. I'm betting the turnovers are more even on Sunday, the Texans ride the momentum of Bill O'Brien's departure.

Rams/49ers o51.5. Jimmy Garoppolo was not healthy last week and the result has the market down on the 49ers offense. I expect big improvement this week from San Francisco at home against a Ram's defense that faces a much stiffer test than the Giants and Football Team recently provided. The 49ers secondary is still struggling, so the Rams should easily carry their end of the total. Take the over and enjoy the scoring.

Vikings -4 over the Falcons. The Vikings come home to heal their wounds after a tough loss against one of the NFC's best Sunday night. Lucky for them, the Falcons are falling apart. Even factoring in an emotional effort from Atlanta after the Quinn firing, and I still see Cousins and company winning this one in style. Atlanta's secondary is dreadful and Minnesota should still have enough success running the ball without Dalvin Cook.

Ravens -8.5 over Eagles. Baltimore has covered in 3 of 4 wins with an average margin of victory of 22 points. They have significant advantages on offense with their tight ends ability to exploit Philly's LB's. The Eagles defense has not been as stout against the run in seasons past, so I expect the Ravens get rolling early. If the Eagles get down, Baltimore's blitz could be a tidal wave for Wentz. Take the Ravens.

Listen to Mark break down ALL of his picks more in depth here:

Tony "Jigsaw" Cutillo (@TCutillo23):

Week 6 Stars....

Ryan Fitzpatrick - Fitzmagic has been steady this year and is ranked as the #12 QB in Fantasy. This week, against the hapless Jets, he could very well rank #1.

Myles Gaskin - I am going with the Miami Stack here against the Jets. Gaskin has been getting RB1 touches and will show why they didn't need Lev Bell.

Christian Kirk- He is finally healthy and will be the beneficiary of constant double teams on D-Hop. Dallas has trouble stopping everyone.

Michael Gallup - With the change at QB, Gallup instantly becomes the "Go Up and Get it" guy for the Andy Dalton. See AJ Green's history!

Week 6 Stiffs....

Gardner Minshew- The Lions held Kyler to a low 65% completion rate and Uncle Rico isn't talented enough to pick up the slack with his legs.

Joe Mixon - Yes, he had a monster breakout game. Yes, he is talented. However, the Colts find a way to keep opposing RBs in check. Proceed with caution.

Deebo Samuel - The QB situation is a mess and this week they face the #1 ranked defense against Fantasy WRs. I smell trouble in SF.

Listen to ALL of Jigsaw's fantasy advice breakdown here:

Victor Williams (@ThePhillyPod): The Eagles have a tough task ahead of them this Sunday as they try to contain Lamar Jackson and the Ravens' rushing attack. Will Parks will be making his season debut to try and help out the dumpster fire that has been Nate Gerry. Darius Slay has cleared concussion protocol and will also play on Sunday. Lamar Jackson has only been sacked 12 times season, it'll be up to the defense to make sure he doesn't get into the open field.

DeSean Jackson & Alshon Jeffery have both been ruled out which means we will have another chance to see what Travis Fulgham really is in the NFL. With a stout defense led by Marlon Humphrey and DROY-candidate Patrick Queen, it'll be interesting to see what Fulgham can do against another top defense. The Ravens will surely be game-planning against him after his 10-catch, 152-yard performance last week.

Listen to Victor's FULL breakdown of the Ravens vs. Eagles here:

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