FOX Super 6 NFL contest: Chris ‘The Bear’ Fallica’s Week 2 picks

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And if you need a little help before heading to the app to make your picks for Sunday’s big games, I’ve got you covered.

Let’s dive into the questions and my predictions below.

What will be the outcome of the Giants-Cardinals game?

Giants win by 6 points or more; Cardinals win or lose by 5 points or fewer

Have to think the Giants, who were awful against the Cowboys, play much better against a Cardinals team that did next to nothing offensively and looks as bad as advertised.

Prediction: Giants win by 6 points or more

Which quarterback will throw for the most PASSING YARDS?

Josh Allen, Bills; Joe Burrow, Bengals; Jared Goff, Lions; Geno Smith, Seahawks 

Did you see that Seattle defense last week? I like Jared Goff’s chances in this spot.

Prediction: Jared Goff

Order the quarterbacks by who will have the most RUSHING YARDS from highest to lowest:

Anthony Richardson, Colts; Justin Fields, Bears; Josh Allen, Bills; Lamar Jackson, Ravens

Since Josh Allen struggled so much versus the Jets, I expect him to have a better game here. 

I’m not sure Jackson will be running as much in this offense, and I don’t think he will lead this group against a Cincinnati defense familiar with him.

Prediction: Allen, Fields, Richardson, Jackson

Which team will allow the FEWEST POINTS?

Lions, Texans, Colts, Giants

Did you see the Cardinals’ offense last week? I’m surprised the Giants offer the most bang for your buck here when it comes to the rating scale. 

Houston against a bad Colts offensive line would be my second choice.

Prediction: Giants

Order the receivers by who will have the most RECEIVING YARDS from highest to lowest:

Mike Evans, Buccaneers; Amon-Ra St. Brown, Lions; Puka Nacua, Rams; Brandon Aiyuk, 49ers

As was the case in choosing Goff, this is a play against a poor Seahawks defense in what should be a high-scoring game.

I love the 49ers’ offense, but there are so many weapons there, and that could mean a different leading target each week.

Prediction: St. Brown, Aiyuk, Evans, Nacua

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Schrager and Helman start the segment by talking Aaron Rodgers’ injury.

What will be the outcome of the Seahawks-Lions game?

Seahawks win or lose by 5 points or fewer; Lions win by 6 points or more

I’ll take the Seahawks here. I’m not high on Seattle this year, but it is a tough spot for Detroit coming home off of a huge win in Kansas City. After that big win, everyone now expects them to be a contender and play like that every week. But that is recency bias.

Seattle was bad last week, but with the prospect of 0-2 staring them in the face, I’ll grab the points. 

Prediction: Seahawks win or lose by 5 points or fewer

Tiebreaker: What will be the final score?

Prediction: Lions 31, Seahawks 28

Chris “The Bear” Fallica has covered sports for nearly three decades. While college football has been his focus, he also enjoys the NFL, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, MLB, NHL and Horse Racing, with an “occasional” wager on such events. Chris recently won the inaugural Circa Football Invitational and finished in the Top 10 of the Golden Nugget Football Contest. He’s a multiple-time qualifier for the NHC Handicapping Championship. Remember, “The less you bet, the more you lose when you win!” Follow him on Twitter @chrisfallica.

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