FOX Bet Super 6: $100,000 of Terry’s money up for grabs in NFL Week 2

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If you are new here, FOX Bet Super 6 is a free contest where you pick the winners of six featured games and predict the winning margins of each game. If you get all six answers correct, you have a chance to win the Terry Bradshaw Money Jackpot.

Pretty easy, right?

The prize for this weekend’s NFL Sunday Challenge is $100,000, so it’s time to hit the green in Week 2.

Is it simple? right download app and get ready to make your choice. For some help, check out our predictions for this week’s Super 6 games.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Even though he’s 45 years old, it’s hard to bet against Tom Brady. But Brady is not your average middle-aged QB. He’s the seven-time world champion, three-time NFL MVP who still has something to say every football Sunday. That explains why I come won’t stay retired. But does the GOAT have the excitement to defeat the Saints – a tough division rival – in Week 2?

Currently, bettors at FOX Bet have the home team Saints as 2.5-point underdogs. New Orleans is led by the quarterback James Winston, who returns this season after missing most of 2021 with an ACL injury. And when it comes to winning as a home underdog, the odds are not in Winston’s favor.

As a starter at home as an underdog, Jameis is 8-11 (SU). On the other hand, Timeless Tom is 88-32 SU as a starter when his team is the road favorite.

Additionally, Tom Brady has won five consecutive road games, which is the longest active streak in the NFL.

Like we said, it’s tough to bet against Brady.

Buccaneers by 5 to 6 points

Carolina Panthers @ New York Giants (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

The Panthers are on the prowl. They head to New York in Week 2 as 2.5-point underdogs on the road against the Giants.

But here is the question that all football addicts must answer. Box baker to be like Beyoncé and have her own Renaissance in Carolina?

Well, from what we saw in Week 1, Mayfield looks less like a superstar and more like an alien. To be fair, it wasn’t too bad for Baker in Carolina’s loss to his former Browns. He only threw one interception. Although he brought them back late in that game, he only threw for a touchdown.

Daniel Jones is leading the Giants offense, the QB the Mannings claimed was the best, next man. While Jones didn’t quite live up to the hype, New York freshman head coach Brian Daboll could be the key to reversing the fate of Jones and the Giants. Also, run back Saquon Barkley averaged 9.1 yards per play in the Giants’ Week 1 win over the titans. If Jones can’t do it in the air, Barkley will do it on the ground.

Something else to consider. The Panthers are on an eight-game losing streak since last season.

Concrete jungle where are dreams made? This is where we roll those dice.

3 to 4 point giants

New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers (1 p.m. ET Sunday, CBS)

We won’t be betting against the Terrible Towels in Week 2. And here’s why.

Mike Tomlin has a absurd record against the spread as an underdog. And the line at FOX Bet opened with Tomlin and the Steelers as 1.5 point dogs. When we saw that, it was our cue to start singing “black and yellow, black and yellow”.

And the Pats? Well, they didn’t have the best first game. The Patriots offense had three turnovers in their Week 1 loss to the dolphins. And they only scored seven points. The Steelers in Week 1 had seven sacks, tied with the bills for the first in the NFL.

Since 2007, the Steelers are 11-6 SU as home underdogs under Mike Tomlin. The message is therefore loud and clear for us. Is it yours?

Take Tomlin and the Steelers.

Steelers by 3 to 4 runs

Washington Commanders @ Detroit Lions (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

In Week 1, Washington’s QB Carson Wentz threw for 313 yards and four touchdowns. Pretty, pretty good.

Star Receiver Terry McLaurin and rookie catcher John Dotson caught late passes that helped lift the Commanders in their opener. Can they build on that momentum in Detroit and against the Lions?

Well, according to the story, Lions might be able to roar.

Since 2009, the Lions are 5-1 in their last six games against Washington. Moreover, the Lions won the last game between these two teams in 2020, 30-27.

Detroit is 13-12 against NFC East opponents since 2010. The Lions are also 15-10 ATS (ATS) against NFC East teams in that span.

Motor City, we ride with you in this one.

Lions by 1 to 2 points

Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers (4:05 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

After his spectacular Week 1 Monday Night Football performance, it’s time to go all-in Geno Smith have Seattle’s QB1? His 23-for-28 passes, 195 yards and two touchdowns helped the Hawks slip past Russell Wilson and the Broncos. So we should expect some heroism from the Hawks in Week 2 against San Francisco, right?


The Seahawks swept their season streak against the Niners in 2021 and won four straight matchups against the Bay Boys. And in their last 13 games in September, the Hawks are 10-3.

Also, Pete Carroll has a pretty stealthy record against the 49ers. With Coach Carroll at the helm, the Seahawks went 17-7 ATS and 17-7 SU against the 49ers.

Unlike the old Pete, coach Kyle Shanahan’s record against rival NFC West is nothing out of the ordinary. He’s 4-6 ATS and 2-8 SU as a head coach against Seattle.

And then there is Trey Lance, who passed for just 164 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in San Francisco’s Week 1 loss to the Bears. TTT…TTT.

If last week was a preview of what Trey might look like in Week 2, we’re 1000% rolling with the Hawks here.

Seahawks by 3 to 4 runs

Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers (8:20 p.m. ET Sunday, NBC)

We were right about Kirk Cousins and the vikings‘ The revamped attack being a big problem for the pack. But the fading of Green Bay two weeks in a row? Against bears? No. We can not.

Since 2015, the Bears are 2-12 SU against the Packers. And Chicago isn’t doing too well against the spread either when playing Green Bay. Since 2010, the Bears are 4-12 ATS against rival NFC North.

The Packers swept their season streak against the Bears in 2021 and won six straight matchups against Chicago. And since 2016, Green Bay is 11-1 against the Bears.

Need more conviction?

Aaron Rodgers is 60-35-1 ATS and 79-17 SU as a starter when his team is the home favorite. Bear QB Justin Fields is 2-3 ATS and 1-4 SU as a starter when his team is the road underdog. Rodgers’ numbers don’t lie.

And Aaron Rodgers, despite his downfall to the Vikings, is still a villain.

9 to 10 point packers

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