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2019 NFL Week 7 Betting
Six weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Week 6 saw the New Orleans Saints move to 5-1 overall and 4-0 with Teddy Bridgewater at the helm after going into Jacksonville and logging the ugly win, the Houston Texans go into Arrowhead Stadium and fight back to hand Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs a second straight defeat, and the San Francisco 49ers let the rest of the NFL know they are in fact for real after trouncing the Rams in the Coliseum. Week 7 has four teams on bye which includes the Browns, Steelers, Panthers and Buccaneers. All of the 28 other teams will be in live action so let’s dig into the prime time games and see what they offer up!
NFL Week 7 Matchups Odds
Kansas City vs. Denver (+3, 48.5)
Arizona vs. New York (-3, 48.5)
Houston vs. Indianapolis (PK, 48)
Miami vs. Buffalo (-17, 40)
Minnesota vs. Detroit (+1, 45.5)
Oakland vs. Green Bay (-6, 47)
Jacksonville vs. Cincinnati (+3, 44)
Los Angeles vs. Atlanta (+3, 54)
San Francisco vs. Washington (+10, 41)
Los Angeles vs. Tennessee (-2, 40)
Baltimore vs. Seattle (-3.5, 50)
New Orleans vs. Chicago (-3, 38.5)
Philadelphia vs. Dallas (-3, 48.5)
New England vs. New York (+9.5, 42)
Week 7 kicks off on Thursday Night Football in the Mile High City where the upstart Denver Broncos will attempt to log a third straight victory against the division rival Kansas City Chiefs who will be looking to end a two-game losing streak of their own. Though it bolted out to a commanding 17-3 lead over the Texans at home last week, Kansas City wasn’t able to see it all the way through ultimately allowing the Texans to score 28 of the game’s final 35 points to come out of Arrowhead with the confidence-building 31-24 outright win as 3.5-point underdogs. The Broncos defense will enter this tilt playing out of its mind after logging the franchise’s first shutout since Week 14 of 2017 by defeating Tennessee 16-0 to tally its first home win of the season.
Kansas City has flat out had their division rival’s number rattling off wins in each of the last seven matchups and covering the closing NFL odds in all but one of those matchups. That said, the Broncos were a single point away from coming out the pointspread victor in both of last season’s run-ins; the under cashed in each game with an average of 51.5 points scored.
First place will be on the line in the NFC East on Sunday Night Football when the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys run up against one another in the first of two scheduled regular season meetings. Each squad will take to the gridiron in ornery moods with both the Eagles and Cowboys coming out on the wrong side of the scoreboard last week. Doug Pederson’s squad dropped an ugly one-sided decision at Minnesota after Kirk Cousins and Stefon Diggs made sweet music with one another to lead the Vikings to the dominant 38-20 win and cover. Dallas tried its damndest to battle back in the second half at New York, but ultimately came up short and fell 24-22 to the Jets as decided touchdown favorites moving to 0-3 SU and ATS in their last three games.
Dak Prescott and company have held the upper hand in the recent rivalry by winning and covering each of the last three battles against their division rivals. Both matchups played to high scorers with an average of 49.5 points denting the scoreboard. Dallas stands 2-1 SU and ATS the last three times the Eagles invaded “JerryWorld” with the over cashing in twice.
It was nearly a month ago that the Patriots more or less went through the motions in a 30-14 non-covering home win against the New York Jets. The division rivals will close Week 7 out on Monday Night football when they likely partake in the final meeting of the teams this season. The Patriots had a tougher than expected go of it at home against the Giants, but still went on to cover the spread in the 35-14 triumph with Tom Brady passing Peyton Manning on the all-time passing yards list; he ripped NY’s secondary for 306 yards and 2 TD before hitting the bench in the fourth quarter. The Jets got Sam Darnold back in the fold at home against the Cowboys last week, and the offense immediately reaped the rewards because of it. It would be shocking if New York was held in check by New England’s defense this time around after limiting the Luke Falk attack to a grand total of 105 yards in the first go round.
You have to go all the way back to Week 16 of the 2015 season to find the last time the Jets logged a win against the Patriots in divisional play. Since then, New England has gone 7-0 SU but just 3-4 ATS in the last seven confrontations with the under cashing in all but one of those matchups. NY just failed to cover as 13-point underdogs when they hosted the Pats last season after losing by a 27-13 final count.
NFL Week 7 Betting Schedule - October 17-21
BYE WEEK: Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers
NFL Regular Season Schedule
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