The NFL season churns along into Week 6 with two kinda flaccid national-TV matchups: the Colts at the 'Skins on Sunday and Chris Johnson's Titans visiting Jacksonville on MNF. But our weekly Complex NFL Pick 'Em? Always hard! Keep reading as seven editors predict the outcomes of the aforementioned games, as well as the ones involving their favorite teams. In descending order by record, here are the editors' Week 6 picks...

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nygbannerNAME: Joe La Puma, senior editorial strategist (11-3)

1 P.M.) DETROIT @ NEW YORK GIANTS: "Giants, 24-10. Everyone is on the Giants bandwagon now that the defense is playing the best they've played in years. I think this is an easy win for the G-Men, as much as everyone wants to predict an upset. I'll be watching from the Canon suite, thanks to my man Kevin McCarthy."

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Colts, 21-14. I really wanted to pick the Redskins, but I just don't think they win this game. Sahhry, Kwak."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Titans, 14-10. I think I rather watch an episode of Teen Mom than this game."

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redskinsNAME: Donnie Kwak, senior deputy editor (9-6)

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Washington, 20-17. I'm still kind of in shock that we won last week, but it's been that kinda year—play like shit, manage one or two game-changing plays, then hope and pray that the other team doesn't steal it at the death. Anyway, before the season I definitely would've chalked this Indy game as an L, but Colts look soft this year, and our defense's bend-but-don't-break steez has already succeeded against other high-powered offenses (i.e., Dallas and Green Bay). So, in short: We no fear that, we laughin'! Orakpo gonna eat Peyton for lunch."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Jacksonville, 28-24. Do I have a reason? No. Will I watch the game? Unlikely. David Garrard is underrated, though."

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billsNAME: Jason Sfetko, assistant art director (9-7)

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Indianapolis, 32-27. Manning usually shines in prime time and is due to go off."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Tennessee, 22-17. This looks like the worst game on paper, but I think it'll be a close one. Tennessee is the better team. Still hoping Trent will take some snaps and get knocked around."

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nygbannerNAME: Justin Monroe, senior staff writer (8-6)

1 P.M.) DETROIT @ NEW YORK GIANTS: "Giants, 38-17. The Lions are plucky but injured. The G-Men's suddenly stout D-line is about to do Jahvid Best's turf toe like a pinky toe in Harlem Nights."

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Indianapolis, 31-14. Washington is better than it's been in a while, and has eked out a few wins, but against Peyton Manning's cannon, it's never a good sign when your offensive play with the greatest impact is continuing to call your team the Redskins in 2010. Oh, our nation's capital. Sigh."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Tennessee, 21-13. How awesome would it be if Dirty South equipment managers replaced the Gatorade with lean and field crews measured first downs with Jackie Chains? Yessuh."

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coltsNAME: Peter Rubin, executive editor (8-7)

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Indianapolis, 24-17. It's true, we've got some woes. Not enough woes that we couldn't still knock off the last undefeated team in the league, but woes nonetheless. All three running backs are hurt and our secondary looks like a George Romero movie. That being said, Donovan don't stand a chance. Boy, you better go eat some soup witcha moms and 'em!"

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Tennessee, 21-10. WTF is this doing on national television?"

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raidersNAME: Jack Erwin, senior editor (7-9)

4 P.M.) OAKLAND @ SAN FRANCISCO: "Oakland, 27-3. No, I'm not going to pick against the Raiders at any point this season, and yes, I'll continue to predict the '27-3' score during their current winning streak. When was the last time the Raiders had three wins by Week 6? THIS IS OUR YEAR!"

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Indianapolis, 35-10. Although I'm hearing Peyton Manning might not play (something about a missing thumb). Would be a good idea to adjust your fantasy lineups accordingly, just in case."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Tennessee, 7-3. Shittiest MNF game in how long? It's like the NFL is daring people to watch baseball (but even with the Yankees playing, I'll bet this gets a better rating)."

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49ersNAME: Gina Batlle, assistant photo editor (3-11)

4 P.M.) OAKLAND @ SAN FRANCISCO: "San Francisco, 24-10. You already know. Raider nation? Please."

SNF) INDIANAPOLIS @ WASHINGTON: "Indianapolis, 38-21. Still love Peyton."

MNF) TENNESSEE @ JACKSONVILLE : "Tennessee, 28-27. Chris Johnson is the best running back this year, and I love his grill."

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