The Dallas Cowboys will be looking to pick up a fifth straight win on Sunday afternoon when they visit the New England Patriots as 4-point road favourites on the NFL odds for Week 6 at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
With quarterback Dak Prescott flashing midseason form, the Dallas offence has averaged over 35 points per game during the 4-0 SU run the team takes into Sunday afternoon's matchup at Gillette Stadium.
The Cowboys are coming off three straight home wins, capped by last weekend's 44-20 rout of the visiting New York Giants. Currently ranked second in team scoring, Dallas has covered the spread in each of its first five contests. However, the Cowboys have lost six straight to the Patriots, and have tallied just 31 total points during an 0-4 SU run in New England, according to the OddsShark NFL Database.
New England is coming off a narrow 25-22 road win over the Houston Texans, but has fallen to defeat in each of the team's first three home contests while averaging just 15.3 points per game. Sports bettors have also seen the UNDER prevail at online betting sites in four of the Patriots' first five outings.
The Buffalo Bills will also be vying for a fifth straight win when they visit the Tennessee Titans on Monday night in Week 6 as 6-point road chalk. The Bills made a statement with last weekend's 38-20 victory in Kansas City, and have now claimed victory by an average margin of 28.75 points per game during their current four-game winning streak.
Buffalo's torrid start has given the team a lift on the Super Bowl odds, where they now sit second to Tampa Bay as an improved +550 wager. However, the Bills have mustered just 14.25 points per game over their past four road dates with the Titans, who have averaged almost 30 points per game during their current 3-1 SU run.
Elsewhere on the Week 6 NFL odds, the Arizona Cardinals will be looking to remain the NFL's only undefeated team as they visit the Cleveland Browns as 3-point underdogs. The Cardinals have claimed victory by double-digit margins in each of their three road games to date, but Arizona is likely to face a surly Browns squad that returns home from a 47-42 road loss to the Los Angeles Chargers enjoying a steady 8-2 SU run at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Earlier on Sunday, the Chiefs look to bounce back as they visit Washington as strong 7-point chalk. As well, the Seattle Seahawks will have to make do without injured quarterback Russell Wilson as they visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night as 5-point underdogs.