Las Vegas Raiders Vs. Denver Broncos Picks, Predictions: Who Wins NFL Week 6 Game?

The Las Vegas Raiders and Denver Broncos face off on Sunday in a Week 6 NFL game.

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Which team will get the victory?

Check out these NFL Week 6 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 1:25 p.m. MST time on CBS.

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The Broncos are a 3.5-point favorite in the game.

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Pro Football Network: Broncos 24, Raiders 21

Ben Rolfe writes: "The Raiders’ season could be set to unravel after a strong first three games. The Broncos are also facing that danger after two poor outings against the AFC North. This matchup should be one the Broncos can win on both sides of the ball."

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Sportsnaut: Broncos 23, Raiders 17


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Vincent Frank writes: "It’s pretty simple. If Las Vegas is going to earn a surprise appearances in the playoffs this season, it will need to sweep one of the Chargers or Broncos. The Raiders boast the most-difficult schedule in the league. Acquiring divisional wins is going to be huge. Unfortunately, recent struggles on offense will play a huge role against one of the better defenses in the NFL on the road in Week 6."

Fansided: Raiders will beat Broncos in Week 6

Jordan Alexis writes: "Look for the Raiders to take advantage of that and edge out a win in Denver, which would have been a taller task later in the season. The weather won’t be an issue this early in the year, and right now, the Raiders are the more complete team."

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Draft Kings: Take the Raiders with the points against the Broncos

Chinmay Vaidya writes: "Las Vegas has dropped two games in a row after starting 3-0 but Derek Carr is the superior quarterback in this matchup. The Broncos have been slightly off defensively of late, and the Raiders have the players to exploit that unit. Teddy Bridgewater has yet to prove he can go toe to toe with another quarterback in a high-scoring game. The Raiders are the pick here as underdogs."

Sportsnaut: Broncos 24, Raiders 17

It writes: "As for the Broncos, they were 2-6 at home a season ago and are under .500 at Mile High under Vic Fangio. In what should be a close game, we’re going with the home team."

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Raiders Wire: Broncos will beat Raiders in Week 6

Levi Damien writes: "A trip to the Mile High city breaks up the Raiders friendly environments of the previous few weeks. The hatred for all things Raiders is strong in Bronco country. So too is that defense. Vic Fangio commands quite possibly the league’s best defense. They can send pressure from all over the place and then ball hawk in the secondary. Add the noise Derek Carr will be dealing with pre-snap and it could be a long day for the Raiders’ offense."

FiveThirtyEight.com: Broncos have a 63% win probability

The site gives the Raiders a 37% win probability in the NFL Week 6 game.

ESPN: Broncos have a 63% chance to win

The site's Football Power Index gives the Raiders a 36.7% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 6 NFL game.

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