Week 7 NFL parlay picks are ready to roll. We hit two of our three NFL parlays last week and nearly swept the board. Let’s look at Week 7 NFL parlay picks and we’ll stick to the same idea and go with a trio of two-team NFL parlays.
Week 7 NFL parlay picks are ready to roll. We hit two of our three NFL parlays last week and nearly swept the board. One thing we will continue to do is go against the public. The public always has a lot of strong opinions on NFL games and going against the public is a proven method in NFL betting. Whether we can make it work and hit some parlays is the question. One thing that has helped is going with two-team NFL parlays. Let’s look at Week 7 NFL parlay picks and we’ll stick to the same idea and go with a trio of two-team NFL parlays.
Week 7 NFL Schedule
Thursday, Oct. 19
Jaguars at Saints (-1, 40)
Sunday, Oct. 22
Lions at Ravens (-3, 42.5)
Raiders at Bears (+3, 37.5)
Browns at Colts (+2.5, 40)
Bills at Patriots (+8.5, 41)
Commanders at Giants (+2.5, 39)
Falcons at Buccaneers (-2.5, 37)
Steelers at Rams (-3, 44)
Cardinals at Seahawks (-7.5, 44.5)
Packers at Broncos (+1, 45)
Chargers at Chiefs (-5.5, 48)
Dolphins at Eagles (-2.5, 51.5)
Monday, Oct. 23
49ers at Vikings (+7, 44)
Week 7 NFL Parlay Picks
Atlanta Falcons +2.5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Chicago Bears +3 vs. Las Vegas Raiders
The public is getting involved in a couple of strange games this week, as they are taking the Bucs and Raiders. The Falcons and Bucs have both played better than expected and this game looks like a toss-up. The linemakers sure think so, as the Bucs are slightly favored at home. The public is on the Bucs so we take the Falcons plus the points.
The public is going against the Bears this week and that makes some sense, but the Raiders are a dangerous team to have faith in. The Raiders were lucky to cover the spread last week and now they have to go on the road. One thing you know is that Josh McDaniels will do something to screw things up. We go against the public and take the Bears plus the points.
Indianapolis Colts +2.5 vs. Cleveland Browns
Kansas City Chiefs -5.5 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
The game between the Colts and Browns is going to be a game of backup quarterbacks. The Browns have proven they can win simply by playing good defense and running the ball. The public is on them this week, so that has us taking the Colts plus the points at home.
The public is going against the Chiefs this week and that is a bit of a surprise. Kansas City hasn’t looked great this season but they continue to win games. The Chargers had their chances last week against Dallas but Justin Herbert didn’t play well and Los Angeles lost. The public is taking the Chargers, so we lay the points with the Chiefs.
Pittsburgh Steelers +3 at Los Angeles Rams
Minnesota Vikings +7 vs. San Francisco 49ers
The public is backing two NFC West teams in this last parlay. The Rams have been up and down so far this season, which really isn’t much different than how the Steelers have played. Pittsburgh usually plays close, defensive games because they don’t have an offense that is going to put up a lot of points. The Rams have also played lower scoring games than you might expect, as their offense has been inconsistent. The public is backing the Rams, so we take the Steelers plus the points in this road game.
The last game in the parlay shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. The public is taking the 49ers minus the points at home. San Francisco was beaten last week and didn’t look that good on offense, but they still had a chance to win. The Minnesota defense isn’t that good so this could be a high scoring game. This game does have a couple of question marks, as we don’t know if Deebo Samuel or Christian McCaffrey will play for the 49ers. The public doesn’t seem to care, as they are backing San Francisco, so we go against the public and take the Vikings plus the points.
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