Week 6 NFL Picks

10/11/2012

Our Westwood One NFL analysts are clearly rounding into mid-season form when it comes to making their weekly picks. In a stellar Week 5 effort, our panelists finished a combined 54-16 for a .771 winning percentage.

Trent Green has taken the overall lead after an 11-3 week. Trent is 48-29 on the year, one game better than Boomer Esiason. Here are the complete standings through Week 5 of the 2012 NFL season:

  1. Trent Green, 48-29 (.623)
  2. Boomer Esiason, 47-30 (.610)
  3. Mark Malone, 46-31 (.597)
  4. James Lofton/Tony Boselli, both 45-32 (.584)

 

Game

Boomer

Esiason

James

Lofton

Mark

Malone

Tony

Boselli

Trent

Green

Pittsburgh @ Tennessee

Steelers

Steelers

Steelers

Steelers

Steelers

Oakland @ Atlanta

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Falcons

Cincinnati @ Cleveland

Bengals

Bengals

Browns

Bengals

Bengals

St. Louis @ Miami

Dolphins

Dolphins

Dolphins

Dolphins

Rams

Indianapolis @ NY Jets

Jets

Jets

Jets

Jets

Jets

Detroit @ Philadelphia

Eagles

Eagles

Eagles

Eagles

Lions

Dallas @ Baltimore

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay

Bucs

Bucs

Bucs

Bucs

Chiefs

New England @ Seattle

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Seahawks

Patriots

Buffalo @ Arizona

Cardinals

Cardinals

Cardinals

Cardinals

Cardinals

NY Giants @ San Francisco

49ers

49ers

49ers

49ers

49ers

Minnesota @ Washington

Vikings

Redskins

Redskins

Vikings

Redskins

Green Bay @ Houston

Texans

Packers

Packers

Texans

Texans

Denver @ San Diego

Broncos

Chargers

Broncos

Broncos

Chargers

LAST WEEK

10-4

11-3

11-3

11-3

11-3

OVERALL RECORD

47-30 (.610)

45-32 (.584)

46-31 (.597)

45-32 (.584)

48-29 (.623)

Each week you can match wits with our NFL experts by seeing who they think will win each game. We’ll keep a running total of records throughout the year, so check back every week to see how your favorite Westwood One Sports analyst is doing.

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