Can Denver beat Jacksonville 74-0? NFL 2013 Week 6 Live Chat

The 1940 Bears defeated the Redskins 73-0. Can the Broncos beat the Jaguars by more? Join the live NFL chat on Sundays. Photo: Join the NFL chat this Sunday/AP

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, October 12, 2013 — Welcome to Week 6 of the Live NFL Chat hosted by The Washington Times Communities. This is the chance for you, the fan, to be the analyst. Join Narcotics For Leatherheads columnist, Eric Golub, as he weaves his way through each NFL game on Sunday from start to finish.

The chat begins 15 minutes prior to the first kick off and will not stop untilthe final whistle of the Sunday night game. Interact with other fans and analysts from The Washington Times Communities and from around the country. Have your voice heard.

The NFL 2013 Week 6 Live Chat could see history being made if the Denver Broncos beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 74-0? 

The Jaguars-Broncos game could be the biggest blowout…or upset…in NFL history.  The biggest blowout came in the 1940 NFL Championship when the “Monsters of the Midway” Bears defeated the Redskins 73-0. 

With that, here is the NFL 2013 Week 6 Preview, with spreads provided by a combination of Las Vegas oddsmakers and all times EST.  

New York Giants at Chicago Bears was the Thursday night game. Peyton Manning has been as spectacular as Eli Manning has been awful. Tom Coughlin used to coach the Jaguars and now has the 0-6 Giants. The Giants lost 27-21, meaning they are just a standard awful team rather than showing potential as the worst team of all time. The Jaguars still have a chance. 

Sunday, October 13 


Oakland Raiders at (-9) Kansas City Chiefs—The Raiders have actually won six straight times at Arrowhead. The Raiders are also significantly improved. Yet the Chiefs are the most improved NFL team in some time, and Walrus Lite Andy Reid will keep his players focused. Chiefs win but fail to cover

Philadelphia Eagles (-1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers—The Eagles only seem to be able to win against bad teams, but the Buccaneers cannot beat anybody. Therefore, the Buccaneers are bad enough to lose this game as well. Greg Schiano shipped quarterback Josh Freeman out of town, but his replacement also knows how to complete passes to both teams. Eagles cover

Green Bay Packers (-3) at Baltimore Ravens—The Packers have the offense and the Ravens have the defense. Joe Flacco is struggling on offense, and Green Bay has the talent to take advantage. Packers cover

Detroit Lions (-2.5) at Cleveland Browns—A few years ago these awful teams played a thriller won 38-37 by the Lions on the final play. Now these teams are both improved. Cleveland has won three straight. Yet the difference was new Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer. His injury means Brandon Weeden returns to the lineup, which means Cleveland reverts back to its losing ways. Lions cover

Carolina Panthers at (-2.5) Minnesota Vikings—League rules require that this game be played. Minnesota had to go to London to get a win over another winless team, and bringing in Josh Freeman adds little. Luckily, it does not take a star quarterback to give the ball to Adrian Peterson. If the Vikings can master the quarterback-center exchange and the handoff to the running back play, Minnesota should get another win. Vikings cover

St. Louis Rams at Houston Texans (-7) —Matt Schaub has thrown an interception for a touchdown in an NFL record four straight games. Yet the underachieving Rams do not have the offensive firepower to keep up with the Houston offense. Even if Schaub throws touchdowns to both teams again, Sam Bradford could return the favor. Texans cover

Pittsburgh Steelers at (-1) New York Jets—The Jets shocked Atlanta on Monday Night Football. Rex Ryan was supposed to have a laughingstock of a team, but the Jets are 3-2 and thriving in their “us against the world” mentality. Meanwhile Mike Tomlin has an 0-5 team wracked from injuries. The Jets will blitz Ben Roethlisberger on every play and knock him down a few times. Jets cover

Cincinnati Bengals (-7.5) at Buffalo Bills—The injury to E.J. Manuel is a death knell for the Bills, while the Bengals win just enough games to make people think they are good. The Bills have been fighting hard, and at home will rally around their backup. Bengals win but fail to cover

Tennessee Titans at (-13.5) Seattle Seahawks—Seattle is an angry team at home after suffering their first loss. They still have Super Bowl aspirations, rightfully so. Yet the Titans are not tomato cans, and could make a game of it if they can slow the pace of the game down. Seahawks win but fail to cover


Jacksonville Jaguars at (-26.5) Denver Broncos—Will the Broncos cover the spread by the end of the first quarter? Will they hit triple digits and fry the scoreboard until its operator develops carpal tunnel syndrome? The Broncos really are that good and the Jaguars really are that bad, but a couple lucky breaks could make this a slightly less awful blowout than oddsmakers want. Broncos win but fail to cover 

Arizona Cardinals at (-11) San Francisco 49ers—The 49ers appear to have righted the ship, while the expected improvement in the Arizona offense has not materialized. 49ers cover

New Orleans Saints at (-2.5) New England Patriots—The Patriots will be angry at home after their first loss, but the Saints are still unbeaten. Drew Brees and Tom Brady can duel on offense, but the Saints have a defense and the Patriots do not. Upset special, Saints win outright


Washington Redskins at (-5.5) Dallas Cowboys—Both RGIII and Tony Romo are elite quarterbacks taking far more criticism than they deserve. Romo has been the goat on several occasions, but when a guy throws for 506 yards and five touchdown passes, his critics need to calm down. It’s not like anybody else has beaten Peyton Manning, and even he threw one interception last week. Cowboys win but fail to cover

Monday, October 14, 8:30pm

Indianapolis Colts (-1.5) at San Diego Chargers—The Colts may suffer a hangover after a big win over Seattle last week, while the Chargers may be hostile after losing to the hated Raiders. Both Andrew Luck and Philip Rivers are throwing the ball well this season. If it comes down to who makes the critical mistake, bet on Rivers. Colts cover




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Eric Golub

Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and  “Ideological Idiocy.” 

He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Judaism, and his MBA from USC. A stockbrokerage professional since 1994, he began blogging on March 11th, 2007, the three year anniversary of the Madrid bombings and the midpoint of 9/11. He has been inflicting his world view on his unfortunate readers since then. He blogs about politics Monday through Friday, and about football and other human interest items on weekends.



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