2024 NFL Week 7 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 7 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

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Week 7 of the 2024 NFL season will begin with the Thursday night Prime Video matchup of the Denver Broncos at the New Orleans Saints. Certainly, the game is a great example of the over-saturation of NFL prime-time TV packages. The Broncos and Saints are an odd pair, even when considering they are an interconference matchup. The game marks the return of Denver head coach Sean Payton to New Orleans, where he led the Saints to a Super Bowl championship and made the franchise a perennial title contender. Payton is excited to be rid of the washed-up fading star Russell Wilson, who he inherited last year upon taking over as the Broncos coach. First-round draft pick Bo Nix arrives from Oregon to become a second-generation Drew Brees, at least with the hopes of Denver fans and Payton. Nix has a similar build and style to Brees; thus, the comparisons. New Orleans head coach Dennis Allen, who was Payton’s defensive coordinator, will try and prevent his former boss from being the conquering hero.

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NFL Week 7 Schedule

Thursday, October 17
Broncos at Saints 8:15 PM
Sunday, October 20
Patriots vs. Jaguars (London) 9:30 AM
Seahawks at Falcons 1:00 PM
Titans at Bills 1:00 PM
Bengals at Browns 1:00 PM
Texans at Packers 1:00 PM
Dolphins at Colts 1:00 PM
Lions at Vikings 1:00 PM
Eagles at Giants 1:00 PM
Raiders at Rams 4:05 PM
Panthers at Commanders 4:05 PM
Chiefs at 49ers 4:05 PM
Jets at Steelers 8:20 PM
Monday, October 21
Ravens at Buccaneers 8:15 PM
Chargers at Cardinals 9:00 PM

TEAMS ON BYE: Bears & Cowboys

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In the late Sunday afternoon window, the San Francisco 49ers will host the Kansas City Chiefs in a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl. As was the case four years prior, the Chiefs rallied from a near-death experience to beat the 49ers, this time in overtime, for a gut-wrenching San Francisco defeat. Both teams are favored to meet again on Super Sunday. Certainly, the 49ers home faithful will be out for blood. And San Francisco QB Brock Purdy will want to redeem himself by beating Patrick Mahomes, who was considered the difference in the matchup.

NBC Sunday Night Football has an attractive matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers hosting the New York Jets. As is the case with all big NFL matchups, the storyline focus will be on quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers of the Jets and Russell Wilson of the Jets.

Amazingly enough, after flaming out at Seattle and bombing out miserably with Denver, there are still NFL coaches that believe in Russell Wilson, or at least pretend so. Wilson arrives as the ultimate Hail Mary for a Pittsburgh franchise that gave up on favorite son Kenny Pickett after just two years. Wilson will try and bridge the gap for a year or two until recently arrived Justin Fields takes over as the starter. The Chicago Bears gave up on Field after taking him in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Meanwhile, the Jets and Rodgers, age 40, are hoping for a playoff season. Rodgers’ ability must come into question after not playing regularly since 2022. New York has a mint invested in Rodgers, yet there is no guarantee that he can deliver them to the promised land. But the Jets have to go all-in emotionally, as Rodgers is all they have.

Week 7 will conclude with a Monday Night doubleheader. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Baltimore Ravens on ESPN, and then 45 minutes later, the Arizona Cardinals will host the Los Angeles Chargers on ESPN+.

The NFL continues to gravitate toward streaming services, and the matchup between the Chargers and Cardinals is another peek into the future as far as fans consuming pro football on TV.

Head coach Jim Harbaugh has transformed the Chargers from being an afterthought to a team that fans and gamblers will follow intensely. Former Falcon Desmond Ridder now backs up Kyler Murray at the Arizona QB position.

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