Nfl Week 7 Betting Odds And Predictions


While the division is likely out of range with quarterback Russell Wilson out for the foreseeable future, Seattle needs backup Geno Smith to beat the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. The Chiefs came away from their Week 6 victory over the Washington Football Team with plenty of positives. Keep in mind that this was http://yashamarket.com/best-nba-same/ a unit that came into last week’s game allowing over 32 points per game and ranked dead last in adjusted defensive efficiency. Even with star pass-rusher, Chris Jones sidelined, Kansas City was able to put together their best defensive effort of the season thus far. They’ll need to be even sharper in Sunday’s NFL betting matchup if they hope to slow down the potent Titans’ offense. The following Chiefs vs Titans NFL betting preview will give you the current odds, betting trends and picks for the Week 7 matchup, along with a stream link to watch games all season long.

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Still, the Ravens ball-control offense and stout defense have helped them win and maintain a hold on the AFC’s sixth playoff seed. The Chiefs are dead last against the pass and while Seattle is a ground-based offense QB Russell Wilson can shred defenses with his arm. Wilson has 3,025 yards passing and has thrown for 31 touchdowns. They lead the NFL averaging nearly 155 yards on the ground per game. It’s another rematch as Los Angeles heads to Baltimore looking to avenge its regular season loss to the Ravens. The two teams just faced off on Dec. 22, a game in which the Baltimore defense had its way with Philip Rivers and the Chargers’ offense.

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Plus, Jacksonville has given up 44 first-half points in its last two games as opposed to 12 in their first four games of the season. The Vikings have arguably the best receiver in football right now. He has recorded 100-plus yards in each of the Vikings seven games. If he goes over 100 against New Orleans, he will tie the NFL record for consecutive games with 100-yards-plus receiving. Since the beginning of the 2015 season, the Ravens are just 3-13 in the month of October. There are only two NFL teams with worse records during October – Cleveland and San Francisco./p>

Ben Roethlisburger was banged up a bit but seems to be back to full health, and Antonio Brown is still stating his case as the best wide receiver in the league this season. Matt Ryan is playing up to expectations and along with a weapon like Julio Jones on the outside and Devonta Freeman in the backfield handling the running game. The Panthers score 25 points a game, but give up 25 on defense, something that is very uncharacteristic of a Ron Rivera defense. Rivera, the Panthers head coach, has a hard time identifying just one thing that has caused the poor season. Carolina will just keep plugging away and they have to do it against one of the NFC’s best.

Based on the published spreads, this could be a very one-sided afternoon slate. Chicago’s defense is good, but they are not really a pressure-up-the-middle type of team, which is what you need to bother Tom Brady. This one should be a comfortable win for the Buccaneers, but beware of the huge spread and laying nearly two touchdowns.

Even after losing running back James Conner to an ankle injury early, the Steelers didn’t miss a beat as they ran it up on Daniel Jones and the Giants. Dak Prescott and the Cardiac Cowboys are fresh off a huge comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons. A game in which at one point the Next Gen Game Tracker estimated they had around only a 5% chance of winning in the Fourth Quarter.

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Wide receiver Adam Thielen continues to prove himself as one of the NFL’s elite receivers with 98 receptions and 1,166 yards. An even bigger question mark for head coach Anthony Lynn and the Chargers is the status of backup RB Austin Ekeler. The Chargers still won their last four games leaning heavily on rookie Justin Jackson in last week’s win over the Chiefs. Los Angeles averages over 400 yards (404.6) of total offense per game.