NFL Week 7 picks against the spread for every game
Are you ready for some football? Week 7 has a schedule loaded with great matchups and excellent betting opportunities.
Click on each matchup below to get full betting previews for every game. At the end of every in-depth preview, we will have NFL Week 7 picks against the spread for every game. Click on the odds to get the latest point-spreads, over/under, and sportsbook betting specials from the top sportsbooks on the planet!
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Teams on bye: Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins
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Jaguars vs Chargers
The Jaguars are live dogs in this spot. The Chargers are off a bye and Justin Herbert looks good for a rookie. He ranks third in the NFL in yards per completion (12.3), fourth in yards per game (298.8), and ninth in passer rating (107.1). The problem is, they are not winning games. The Chargers have allowed 44 points in the second half and overtime combined in their past two games and they fold late. Don’t worry about the travel for the Jags because, since 2003, East Coast teams are 107-87-8 ATS when playing an afternoon game on the West Coast. The Chargers are 16-34-1 ATS in their last 51 home games and just 9-24-1 ATS in their last 34 games as a home favorite.
Browns vs Bengals
If you want to bet on this game, keep an eye on the injury report. RB Joe Mixon is out for the Bengals and TE Austin Hooper is out for the Browns and that is just the start of the injury problems for both of these teams. NFL teams are powered by quarterbacks and Joe Burrow is better in his rookie year than Baker Mayfield. Now Mayfield has a rib injury, although he expects to play. The Browns have won four of the last five games but they have failed to cover in three of those games. After winning the first time around, the bettors will be on Cleveland, but that is a mistake. The Browns are 16-39-1 ATS in their last 56 games following a straight-up loss and 2-10 ATS in the last two meetings. Get ready for a Cleveland collapse as the Bengals win this game.
Bills vs Jets
Does anyone feel safe betting on the New York Jets, regardless of the point-spread? They are getting Sam Darnold back under center, but this team is a train wreck. They are trading away key players and it is quite obvious that HC Adam Gase will not be back next year. The Bills need a “get-better” game and this is it. Josh Allen has four touchdowns and three interceptions over the last two games and he will be very happy to go up against the Jets very beatable secondary. The Jets are 0-6 ATS in their last 6 games overall, 1-5 ATS in their last 6 vs. AFC East, and 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games as an underdog. If you think this is a good spot to bet the Jets, think again.
Cowboys vs Washington
The NFL odds in its game are surprising. The Cowboys started as 3-point favorites and now they are underdogs. That is a complete overreaction to the horrible game on Monday Night Football against the Cardinals. This is the perfect time to buy low on the Cowboys. They have time to adjust the O-line to compensate for the injuries and Ezekiel Elliot has a chip on his shoulder after two fumbles. That is good news for Dallas since they are 13-2 SU and 11-4 ATS over the past two seasons when Elliott rushes for 100 yards or more The Cowboys thrive in Washington and have covered five of the last six meetings. Kyle Allen is a decent starter, but it is clear that Ron Riveria is still building this team. The underdog is 27-13 ATS in their last 40 meetings and that title now belongs to the Cowboys.
Buccaneers vs Raiders
This game has it all. The Buccaneers made news when they signed Antonio Brown. There is also a schedule change in this game. It is no longer the Sunday night football game, that honor belongs to Seattle vs Arizona. The Raiders have a nightmare on the offensive line as several players were in danger of missing this game with positive COVID-19 tests. The good news is the Raiders have been cleared in the last 24 hours.
Despite all of the turmoil, the Buccaneers are just 4-point favorites against the Raiders. This is surprising since they played so well against the Packers in a dominating win. However, if there is ever a team that can get in trouble in Las Vegas, it’s a team with Rob Gronkowski on it. The Buccaneers are 3-7-2 ATS in their last 12 games following a straight-up win and will be one of the most popular bets of the week. The Raiders are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games as a home underdog and they are the best bet this week.