To read about the early afternoon NFL Week 6 games, click here. These are the previews and picks for the late afternoon and night games of Week 6.

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders, Sunday 4:05 ET

Following Denver's loss on Thursday night, Oakland is in sole possession of the AFC West lead for the first time in five years. With a Chiefs team that looks drastically different on a week-to-week basis, Oakland should be able to extend that lead for a whole week.Raiders 31, Chiefs 21

Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks, Sunday 4:25 ET

Seattle is coming off a bye week and is seeing the return to health of quarterback Russell Wilson, so they're heavily favored against Atlanta.

They should beware of the Falcons, though; Denver's defense just shut down receiver Julio Jones and Atlanta still pulled out the road victory.Seahawks 28, Falcons 17

Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers, Sunday 4:25 ET

Dak Prescott is less than ten clean throws away from breaking Tom Brady's record for most passes to start an NFL career without an interception. This had led to a cacophony of noise from critics calling for Prescott to retain the starting job when Tony Romo returns to health in a few weeks. Prescott could go a long way to ensuring his job if he wins at Lambeau Field this week-- but this is where the Cowboys' dream comes crashing down, at least temporarily.

Packers 35, Cowboys 13

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, Sunday 8:30 ET

These two squads are slugging it out in an ugly AFC South race. The Colts have Andrew Luck; the Texans have home field advantage. This game is pretty much a tossup, and one that won't generate very positive reviews from fans after the fact.

Texans 20, Colts 16

New York Jets at Arizona Cardinals, Monday 8:30 ET

Jets coach Todd Bowles used to be employed by Arizona, so this is a return of sorts. It will also make him wistful for a time when he had an effective passing defense -- Darrelle Revis and the Jets have been awful in that respect. The return of concussed Carson Palmer should exploit these holes in the Jets' secondary.

Cardinals 30, Jets 14

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