It’s a bit too early to panic about Patrick Mahomes. The reigning MVP is once again playing like the best quarterback in the NFL, but with the offensive line in front of him compromised by injuries and defections, Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have lost back-to-back games SU and ATS, both as home favorites on the NFL betting odds.

Meanwhile, two other quarterbacks are playing lights-out for their teams, and they’ve jumped into the MVP conversation alongside Mahomes – perhaps even in front of him. And those two quarterbacks will meet this Sunday in the marquee matchup for Week 7.

2019 NFL Week 6 Best Odds and Matchups

1. Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, FOX)

Russell Wilson has done some incredible things for the Seahawks (5-1 SU, 3-3 ATS), but how long can he keep threading the needle? Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson has been somewhat fortunate to see his Ravens (4-2 SU, 1-5 ATS) stay on top of the weak AFC North. The Seahawks are 3.5-point favorites on the NFL odds board at press time, with a big total of 49.5 for what should be a rainy day on the Left Coast.

2. Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos (Thursday, 8:20 PM ET, FOX)

Mahomes and the Chiefs (4-2 SU, 3-3 ATS) are still in first place in the AFC West, but they’ve definitely looked vulnerable the last couple of weeks. Perhaps a trip to Mile High will cure their ills; the Broncos (2-4 SU, 3-3 ATS) are 3.5-point underdogs on the NFL lines, and have lost all three of their games against winning teams.

3. Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (Sunday, 8:20 PM ET, NBC)

Early MVP candidate Dak Prescott and the Cowboys (3-3 SU and ATS) are reeling after three straight losses SU and ATS. The Eagles (3-3 SU, 2-4 ATS) have won two of three over that span. Both teams hope to have injured players back in the lineup for this NFC East battle, with Dallas laying three points at home.

4. Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

QB Deshaun Watson has also thrown his hat into the MVP race with his brilliant play for the Texans (4-2 SU and ATS), but they’ll have their hands full versus Indianapolis (3-2 SU, 3-1-1 ATS) as 1-point road dogs.

5. Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

There aren’t any losing teams in the NFC North through six weeks of play. The inconsistent Vikings (4-2 SU and ATS) are 1.5-point road favorites against the last-place Lions (2-2-1 SU, 4-1 ATS), in a matchup between Pro Bowl candidate Matthew Stafford and Minnesota’s quality defense.

6. Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

Finding teams with upside is critical when you bet on the NFL. After some growing pains under new head coach Matt LaFleur, the Packers (5-1 SU, 4-2 ATS) may have already reached their potential, leaving the Raiders (3-2 SU and ATS) with some contrarian betting value as 6-point road dogs.

7. New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, FOX)

Also on the rise: the Saints (5-1 SU, 4-2 ATS), who are getting decent results from back-up QB Teddy Bridgewater. They’re getting three points against a Bears team (3-2 SU, 2-3 ATS) that has seen their back-up, Chase Daniels, outperform Mitch Trubisky in limited action.

8. New England Patriots at New York Jets (Monday, 8:15 PM ET, ESPN)

Now that QB Sam Darnold (mono) has recovered from his illness, the Jets (1-4 SU, 2-3 ATS) can’t be overlooked as 10-point home dogs against New England (6-0 SU, 4-2 ATS) – just ask the Cowboys.

9. Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta Falcons (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

Has the NFL figured out Sean McVay? The head coach of the Rams (3-3 SU, 4-2 ATS) has seen his team lose three straight at 1-2 ATS, but they’re still 3-point road favorites against the disappointing Falcons (1-5 SU and ATS).

10. Los Angeles Chargers at Tennessee Titans (Sunday, 4:05 PM ET, CBS)

Sadly, it looks like Marcus Mariota is the latest QB bust for the Titans (2-4 SU and ATS), although he’s gotten zero help from his offensive line. The Chargers (2-4 SU, 1-4-1 ATS) hope to salvage their season here as 2-point road dogs.