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Week 6 NFL picks

Bears over Seahawks: The Bears are playing well. Seahawks, not so much.

Patriots over Ravens: This will be a close one but in the end I believe the Pats will get it done.

Giants over Lions: The G-Men are on fire right now but this will not be an easy win.

Eagles over Falcons: I think it's time for the Eagles to get a win. It will happen this week.

Steelers over Browns: The Browns are having too many issues with injuries. They won't win this one.

Dolphins over Packers: Aaron Rodgers is still woozy from last week and the Packers' running game does very little to help this team win games.

Chargers over Rams: I really want to pick the Rams but my gut says go with the Bolts.

Saints over Bucs: The Saints have to win, period. That's why I'm picking them.

Texans over Chiefs: The Chiefs have been playing very well but they will lose their second straight.

49ers over Raiders: if the Niners don't win then a coaching change will be soon to come.

Jets over Broncos: The Jets are just playing too well to lose.

Vikings over Cowboys: Must-win for both of these sad teams. I give the edge to the Vikes.

Titans over Jaguars: This will be the best matchup of the weekend but I think the Titans will get this one.

Colts over Redskins: The Redskins have proven to be a improving team and may very well pull this game out of their hat, but a banged up O-line against this pass rush will be the difference.

By LaVar Arrington  | October 15, 2010; 12:43 AM ET
 
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Comments

Wow!! Lavar, I don't care who the Skins play you should never pick against them. You have to be bias in this case! In your mind, the Skins should be going 16-0 in the regular season.. Throw honest opinion out the window when you are picking the Skins game!! HAIL!!!!!!

Posted by: sirmixx01 | October 15, 2010 9:11 AM | Report abuse

Written like a true delusional Redskins fan.

Posted by: jcreech1 | October 15, 2010 10:56 AM | Report abuse

Exactly, take another big swig of that Kool-Aid. Now, I think the Skins can definitely beat the Colts. Just gotta keep that injury conveyor belt going on the opposite sideline and give Peyton a ticket!

Posted by: GonzoHog | October 15, 2010 2:34 PM | Report abuse

I used to be a huge fan of LaVar, until he started writing for the Post. He is a less than mediocre writer with an amaturish point of view. Always doing "The Trevor Matich." Stating obvious ideas like he's teaching the fans something. What a joke! Something as simple as the weeks picks are a callenge for him. Note his reason for picking the Eagles this week, "I think it's time for the Eagles to get a win, it will happen this week." The Eagles are 3-2 and just won last week dumbass!!! What league are you watching!? Not to mention Lavar's grudge that shows up in his columns.

The Washington D.C. area treats ex-Redskins better than any other town in the nation treats their ex-players. He should start acting like he embraces having been a part of the organization, or roll his sorry ass back to NY!!!!!

Posted by: wdcdave | October 15, 2010 8:41 PM | Report abuse

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