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(November 2, 2013 - Source: Bob Levey/Getty Images North America)
(November 2, 2013 – Source: Bob Levey/Getty Images North America)

With week six set to start Thursday night with a pivotal AFC South matchup between the Indianapolis Colts vs. the Houston Texans, here are the InscriberMag: Digital Magazine’s first-ever weekly predictions.

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans-Houston is improving weekly and that defense is becoming legit. J.J. Watt won’t miss a sack this week as the Texans shock the Colts as Andrew’s luck runs out. Foster is becoming a legit threat again as we see a shocker Thursday Night. Texans 27 Colts 23

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns-The Browns have a suspect secondary that will be without Joe Haden(hip) as they face the Steelers again. Now that Justin Gilbert has some experience under his belt, Gilbert and Buster Skrine will have to find a way to make plays against Antonio Brown, who torched them in Pittsburgh. I see Cleveland doing just enough as they contain Brown and the Pittsburgh offense this time. Browns 31 Steelers 27

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills-The Bills came off a surprising win at Detroit due to Alex Henery shanking every kick that was attempted. Stephen Gatskowski is better than Henery, and Brady is back to being Brady after the impressive win against the Bengals. Brady and Belichick continue momentum as they beat the Bills easily. Patriots 31 Bills 17

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals-Carolina used Greg Olsen beautifully against his old team, the Chicago Bears. Kelvin Benjamin is becoming a stud, and they still have Luke Kuechly on defense. Dalton and Green won’t rebound against the Panthers this week. Panthers 27 Bengals 24

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans-Bortles and the Jaguars may have caught the Titans at the perfect time as Jake Locker got hurt last week against the Browns. We all know what happened after that. Bortles will have a breakthrough performance against the Titans as Bernard Pollard is done for the year Jaguars 23 Titans 17

Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins-Rodgers and the Packers dodged a bullet as Teddy Bridgewater missed Thursday Night Football. The Packers will be well rested from the early matchup. The Dolphins are coming off a bye and they will surprise Green Bay as Mike Wallace will breakout against the Green Bay secondary. Dolphins 31 Packers 27

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings-Unless the Lions can find a kicker they will leave points off the board. With Calvin Johnson being a minimal reason as of late, and Reggie Bush being out Stafford will be exposed without two of his primary weapons. With the Vikings well rested after the Thursday beating and Teddy coming back; the Vikings will end up kicking the Motor City kitties out of Minneapolis. Vikings 31 Lions 13

Denver Broncos at New York Jets-Do the Jets even have a relevant offense? Peyton Manning will lead the Broncos to an easy win as he approaches Brett Favre’s record of 508 TD’s. Broncos 34 Jets 10

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay BuccaneersCJ Mosley is putting Ray Lewis-type numbers early in his career. The Ravens defense will be too much for the Bucs as they are very weak on the offensive side on the ball. Leslie Frazier certainly isn’t doing any favors for that defense in the Sunshine state. Also, the Ravens have Steve Smith who torched Tampa during his days in Carolina. Ravens 34 Bucs 20

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders-Philip Rivers is putting up MVP-type numbers, and the Raiders are still the Raiders. The coaching change in Oakland won’t stop the Chargers from lighting it up with thunderbolts. Chargers 38 Raiders 13

Chicago Bears at Atlanta FalconsDevin Hester is much happier in Atlanta now that he is out of Chicago. The Bears defense hasn’t done anything yet this season. Jay Cutler is still Jay Cutler. Matt Ryan will be in sync with his receivers on Sunday and look for Hester to have a major impact. Hester will be happy with Sunday’s result too. Falcons 31 Bears 24

Dallas Cowboys at Seattle SeahawksDez Bryant vs Richard Sherman, who has the bigger mouth? On another note, Tony Romo has always been known to choke in big games, and Seattle won the biggest game last year. I see Seattle dominating led by Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson especially in Seattle you know that crowd is anxious for a big game like this on Sunday. Seahawks 27 Cowboys 21

Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals-Arizona got exposed with their secondary on Sunday against Denver. The Redskins have a great shot to beat Arizona if Logan Thomas gets the start. DeSean Jackson did great against the best secondary in the game in the Seahawks. I expect Washington to steal one here in the desert if they can put it in Jackson’s hands. Redskins 31 Cardinals 20

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles-New York and Philly, from the fans to the players, this is one of the best rivalries in football. Eli is getting hot, However, the Eagles have gotten away with winning while not playing their best ball. This matchup against the Giants will wake up the Eagles and sneak out of here with a win. Eagles 27 Giants 24

San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis RamsAustin Davis is filling in nicely for Sam Bradford and Shaun Hill. Jim Harbaugh will retake control of the locker room as they prepare for the National spotlight on Monday Night. The 49ers have momentum after they got wins against the Eagles and Chiefs, and their former quarterback Alex Smith. 49ers cruise to victory here. 49ers 31 Rams 14

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