NFL 2023 – Week 6 Sunday Early Games Tips and Betting Preview

Once the final London game of the NFL 2023 season concludes the attention will divert back to the States where the usual set of matches take place over the two regular kick off slots on what looks like a tasty Sunday.

Even though we have the London game on the TV, the Sunday schedule remains unaltered so we have two live games in full on TV in the UK as well as the Red Zone coverage. Certain bookmakers will also stream the non-TV games.

1pm Kick Offs (6pm UK time)

The TV cameras take us to Ohio for the first of the two matches as the Cincinnati Bengals look to level up their ledger when they play host to the Seattle Seahawks who will return from their bye week looking to go 4-1 for their season. With the San Francisco 49ers already 5-0 for their campaign you feel the Seahawks have to win if they are to keep a challenge for the NFC West title relevant. Six other matches take place in the first haul of games with two of them being divisional clashes as the Chicago Bears welcome the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North while in the AFC South the Jacksonville Jaguars return from a decent spell in London when they host the Indianapolis Colts.

The undefeated San Francisco 49ers will be the centre of attention among the other matches in this time slot. They travel to take on the Cleveland Browns who had their bye week last week and will look to pick up from a 2-2 record. They will be missing quarterback DeShaun Watson though. The other three matches will see the 3-2 Atlanta Falcons taking on the 2-3 Washington Commanders while the New Orleans Saints make the trip to the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins will look to continue their fine start to the season when they host the winless Carolina Panthers.

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4.05/4.25pm Kick Offs (9.05/9.25pm UK time)

The attention then turns to Florida for the second TV game as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers return from their bye week with a 3-1 record and they host a team with one more win to their name from an extra game in the form of the Detroit Lions. Just the three other matches take place in this later kick off slot and one of those is a divisional battle where in the NFC West the Los Angeles Rams play host to the Arizona Cardinals.

The Philadelphia Eagles have arguably been the team of the season so far and they will take their undefeated 5-0 start to the Big Apple to take on a New York Jets side who will be hoping to build on their win over the Denver Broncos last week but who will be without key defender Sauce Gardner which feels significant. The other match is the more low key offering between the Las Vegas Raiders and a New England Patriots side who are looking very average at this stage.


I’ll go with the one bet in these games which comes in the first of the TV matches where I think the 44.5 point line in the match between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Seattle Seahawks looks very low. The Bengals have taken a while to get going this season but there were signs that the connection between Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase was getting going again last week and the Bengals should have Tee Higgins back to come into the equation for this one too.

Seattle went into their bye week having conceded 27 points or more in three of their four matches and the one in which they didn’t was against a toothless New York Giants offense. You certainly can’t call the Bengals toothless but on the other side of the ball the Cincinnati defence is still getting going. They are regularly conceding 20+ points and with the quality of quarterback and wide receiver combinations we have on the field in this one I expect this line to be comfortably covered.


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