From beginning to end, the NFL Week 7 is full of action. This week has it all, including divisional rivalries, battles between contenders, and even a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl.
The week kicks off with NFL Thursday night, as the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders meeting in a clash of the two AFC West teams that made the postseason last year. Both teams hope to have improved on the offensive end with the Raiders adding Marshawn Lynch and the Chiefs drafting Pat Mahomes. This is going to be one of the most fun games of the week.
Richard Sherman is sure to be talking smack all week in the leadup to the Seattle Seahawks tilt against the New York Giants. Sherman and the Legion of Boom know that Odell Beckham Jr. can be distracted if you can get in his head and will be yapping at him the entire game.
NFL Sunday night will be the regular season event of the year though. The Atlanta Falcons are going to hear how they blew their shot at a Super Bowl all offseason long and should have something special in store for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. This game could see an over/under of 60 with how good these offenses are expected to be.
As well, the Washington Redskins will travel to Lincoln Financial Field to take on Philadelphia Eagles, in this weeks Monday night football betting action.
Had you lined all of the Week 7 games at the outset of the season, you probably would have had virtually every home team in the league set as a favorite.
That said, teams like the Giants and Raiders have fallen off the face of the earth. Oakland has the same number of losses in its last four games as it had all of last season. The Raiders haven't put more than 17 points on the board since Week 2, and they sort of feel a little lost going into their Thursday night clash with the Chiefs.
The Giants may or may not have been favorites against the Seahawks at home two months ago, but one thing is for sure: They certainly wouldn't have been set at +8 as they are now.
The Colts surely would have been favored at home over Jacksonville, if for no other reason than that Andrew Luck would have been assumed to be back in the fold by now.
Then there are the Packers, who would have been favored over the Saints by at least a touchdown had this game been lined just a couple days ago. With Aaron Rodgers down for potentially the rest of the season, Green Bay is losing at least 10-11 points on each point spread that it faces, starting this week with the Saints. New Orleans is the biggest favorite we've seen at Lambeau Field since Rodgers last went down injured in 2013.
But all eyes in Week 7 are set to be on the Super Bowl rematch between the Falcons and Patriots. Atlanta has shockingly lost two straight games to AFC East teams coming into this one, but it would have been hard to blame it if its eyes were fixated here. The Falcons have a score to settle after blowing the biggest lead in Super Bowl history to the Brady Bunch. New England hasn't quite looked the same this year, but at least it isn't losing these games that it should be dominating as has been the case with the Falcons.
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders - 8:25 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Chiefs -3, O/U 47.5
Preview: If anyone plans on catching the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West, there’s going to have to be a team in the West that steps up and beats them. The Oakland Raiders have a grand chance of doing just that on Thursday Night Football to kick off Week 7 of the season. Continue...
Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns - 1 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Titans -5.5, O/U 46.5
Preview: It isn't too early to start to wonder if the Cleveland Browns are going to find a win at some point this season. They've been the worst team in the NFL bar-none over the course of the first six games of the season, and we don't think they're any better than the team that went 1-15 last season. A game against the Tennessee Titans at home is probably at least somewhat winnable, which is more than we can say for most of the other games left on the docket. Continue...
Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts - 1 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Jaguars -3, O/U 44.5
Preview: The AFC South has a total of 11 wins this year. Four of those 11 have come against teams from inside of its own division. With no team sitting at better than 3-3 through the first six games of the campaign, it's becoming abundantly clear that these games amongst the four teams will be the most crucial in a ridiculously open race. Continue...
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers - 1 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Steelers -6, O/U 41
Preview: For all of the accolades we've given to the AFC North and the competitive nature of this foursome over the years, this season sure looks like one for the birds. Even the lowly Browns don't seem all that far off from the teams at the top of this division. The Cincinnati Bengals were written off after three miserable games to start the year, but they're back in control of their ship and have a shot to get right back in the AFC North chase with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Continue...
Baltimore Ravens at Minnesota Vikings - 1 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Vikings -4.5, O/U 39.5
Preview: The Minnesota Vikings know they have a quarterback problem. They've figured out how to hold down the fort for the time being with Case Keenum under center, and they might have to keep that up for the foreseeable future as well with Sam Bradford's knee injury reportedly being worse than originally thought. Continue...
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins - 1 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Dolphins -3.5, O/U 38.5
Preview: The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins have made zero sense to us this season. It's a stunning revelation that these clubs, with Josh McCown and Jay Cutler at quarterback respectively, have found a way to win six games between them heading into their second matchup of the season. The fact that one of these two will be over .500 and right in the thick of the AFC playoff race after their Week 7 clash might be the craziest thing that has happened in a bizarre 2017 season. Continue...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills - 1 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Check Back Later
Preview: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a major problem on their hands. It's unknown whether they're going to have Jameis Winston or not when they take on the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park. If Winston doesn't play, it's going to be up to Ryan Fitzpatrick to try to figure out how to beat one of his many former teams. Continue...
Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears - 1 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Panthers -4, O/U 41
Preview: The Carolina Panthers had a chance last Thursday to prove that they were definitively once again Super Bowl contender in the NFC. They were beaten by the Eagles, but that shouldn't take them out of the equation any time soon. A loss in the "John Fox Bowl" against the Chicago Bears would probably be the defeat that starts causing some raised eyebrows. Continue...
New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers - 1 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Saints -5.5, O/U 48
Preview: The idea of the New Orleans Saints playing a game at Lambeau Field in October against the Green Bay Packers had to be music to the ears of over bettors. But with Aaron Rodgers out for the foreseeable future, if not the rest of the season, all those ideas of 42-41 shootouts have gone out the window and has made this game one of the toughest to handicap of the entire season to date. Continue...
Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams (London) - 1 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Rams -3, O/U 47.5
Preview: For all of the great games that have been played overseas over the course of the last several seasons, the one thing we've yet to see is a divisional battle in Jolly Old England. For just the second time ever in the history of the NFL International Series, two teams from the same division will collide on British soil when the Arizona Cardinals meet the Los Angeles Rams. Continue...
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers - 4:05 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line: Cowboys -6, O/U 47
Preview: Though participation trophies aren’t given out at the NFL level, thankfully, the San Francisco 49ers would most definitely be in line to lock one down if they were. Kyle Shanahan’s squad enters this Week 7 tilt with the Dallas Cowboys losers of six straight games, but each of them came by an average of just 2.6 points per game when you omit the season opening 23-3 loss to Carolina. The Cowboys enter this tilt off their bye losers of two straight, so they won’t be in a giving mood. Continue...
Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants - 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Seahawks -7, O/U 39
Preview: The New York Giants return home after shocking the NFL betting community by going into Denver and handing the Broncos a 23-10 outright defeat as 14-point underdogs. Ben McAdoo’s troops were excellent on the defensive side of the ball stonewalling Denver’s ground game and winning the turnover battle 3-0 to log the team’s first win of the season. If they can mimic that effort in Week 7, they’ll have an excellent opportunity to take down the visiting Seattle Seahawks. That’s a big if however! Continue...
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers - 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line: Broncos -1, O/U 43.5
Preview: The Los Angeles Chargers return home to the comforts of the StubHub Center out to score a third straight win after going into Oakland and coming away with yet another last second victory. Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos will limp into Tinseltown in Week 7 coming off no doubt one of the more embarrassing defeats in franchise history after losing at home to the Giants as decided 14-point favorites. Denver has owned the recent rivalry, but this won’t be a walk in the park. Continue...
Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots - 8:30 p.m. ET (NBC)
Opening Line: Patriots -4.5, O/U 53.5
Preview: NBC’s ratings for Week 7’s Sunday Night Football clash are certain to be through the roof with the Atlanta Falcons traveling to Foxboro looking to avenge their Super Bowl LI loss to the New England Patriots. Both clubs had issues last week against their opponents, but only the Falcons went down in defeat. You’d like to chalk that up to the look-ahead factor, but Dan Quinn’s squad had already flashed some warning signs the previous five weeks. Continue...
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles - 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Opening Line: Eagles -5.5, O/U 48.5
Preview: A huge divisional rematch is set to go down in the City of Brotherly love on Monday Night Football when Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins invade the Linc looking to avenge a home defeat to Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. This Week 7 concluder is set to entertain after the Eagles went into D.C. and scored the 30-17 outright win and cover as short underdogs in both club’s season opener. Washington has won two straight and covered each of its last three visits to Philadelphia. Continue...
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