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Week Six NFL Pick'em Contest

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The Chargers are on bye this week, but the pick'em rolls on! With the second week of byes hitting in week six, things should really start to tighten up. John said more pictures of cheerleaders, so here you go!

Week six gives us two undefeated teams, the Lions and the Packers. With the Rams visiting the Packers, it appears we can move the Packers to 6-0. The Lions will also be at home, but facing a tougher opponent in the 49ers. While the Colts, Rams, and Dolphins will all be fighting for their first wins.

So.... who likes Hooters? Weekly Pick'em winner receives a Wing Party at any of the four Hooters San Diego locations.

(Enter the contest here)

49ers (4-1) roll into Detroit (5-0) in a battle of surprise teams. Yes, surprise teams. Outside of the records, I don't see this being a close game. Only chance the 49ers have of winning is knocking Stafford out of the game.

Bills (4-1) rumble into New York to face the Giants (3-2). This game has shoot-out written all over it. My advice... take the ovah.

Texans (3-2) gallop into Baltimore to face the Ravens (3-1). Andre Johnson out and the Ravens coming off a bye should be enough info to side with the other purple team.

Cowboys (2-2) ride into Boston to face the Patriots (4-1). I can't wait to watch the points pile up in this one, but at the end of the day, the Cowboys will not have enough fire power to compete.

Home of High Boltage Radio. XTRA Sports 1360 is hosting a season long pick'em contest. Make sure you jump in for your chance to win some great prizes. Three players tied with 11 correct picks last week, but it looks like slickness won the tie breaker for a second time in two weeks. I bombed last week and only put up and 8 spot. Below are my picks for this week.

San Francisco at Detroit

St. Louis at Green Bay
Carolina at Atlanta
Indianapolis at Cincinnati
Buffalo at NY Giants
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at Washington
Houston at Baltimore
Cleveland at Oakland
Dallas at New England
New Orleans at Tampa Bay
Minnesota at Chicago
Miami at NY Jets