NFL Week 7 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines and Totals
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers played one of the most memorable Super Bowl games in February 2020. San Francisco led 20-10 midway through the 4th quarter and even posed for a group victory picture in the endzone. But Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had the last laugh in a 31-20 triumph. This year the Chiefs and 49ers could meet again on Super Sunday. But they will clash at Levis Stadium in the best Sunday afternoon game. The great irony of the 2022 49ers is that the quarterback they tried to trade is their starter. Jimmy Garoppolo was demoted to backup but regained his job when Trey Lance was lost for the season to an injury on opening day.
|Thursday, October 20
|Saints at Cardinals (-1)
||Saints -101, Cardinals -119
|Sunday, October 23
|Lions at Cowboys (-7)
||Lions +285, Cowboys -355
|Giants at Jaguars (-3)
||Giants +148, Jaguars -170
|Colts at Titans (-3)
||Colts +131, Titans -151
|Falcons at Bengals (-6)
||Falcons +226, Bengals -275
|Browns at Ravens (-7)
||Browns +245, Ravens -300
|Buccaneers (-10.5) at Panthers
||Buccaneers -525, Panthers +400
|Packers (-5) at Commanders
||Packers -225, Commanders +188
|Jets at Broncos (-1)
||Jets -101, Broncos -119
|Texans at Raiders (-7)
||Texans +245, Raiders -300
|Chiefs (-3) at 49ers
||Chiefs -155, 49ers +135
|Seahawks at Chargers (-6)
||Seahawks +222, Chargers -270
|Steelers at Dolphins (-7)
||Steelers +252, Dolphins -310
|Monday, October 24
|Bears at Patriots (-9)
||Bears +317, Patriots -400
BYE WEEK: Bills, Rams, Vikings, Eagles
Last year the Arizona Cardinals had an alarming drop in the final weeks and were routed in the first round of the NFC Playoffs at the Los Angeles Rams. That tailspin has carried into this year. Now the Cardinals meet the New Orleans Saints on Thursday Night Football. It is an NFC matchup that has become a must-win for both teams. The Saints quarterback situation is in flux as new head coach Dennis Allen is already under fire. Allen replaced Sean Payton, who got out while the getting was good after building his resume with Drew Brees.
Last week the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were upset by the Steelers at Pittsburgh. And Tom Brady was caught dressing down his offensive line in the heat of battle. Brady should perhaps look in the mirror after missing practice time leading up to the game to attend the wedding of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. This week the Bucs stand a good chance for a rebound at the Carolina Panthers.
The state of Wisconsin is suddenly hitting the panic button after the Green Bay Packers' loss to the New York Jets. The Pack is at the Washington Commanders this week.
Was Pete Carroll right? The Seattle Seahawks coach shipped Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos, where Wilson is struggling. Meanwhile, the Seahawks are one of the NFL’s surprise stories. On Sunday, the Seahawks are at the Los Angeles Chargers.
Speaking of Wilson and the Broncos, they are out of mulligans in the tough AFC West. Denver hosts the upstart New York Jets, who are coming off a dominant blasting of the Packers at Green Bay.
Speaking of quarterback issues, the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers have them for their Sunday Night NBC Sunday night matchup. Kenny Pickett suffered a concussion and had to leave the Steelers' game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Former starter Mitch Trubisky came off the bench to lead Pittsburgh to an upset win. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins started 3-0 with Tua Tagovailoa and have gone 0-3 since he suffered a concussion and had to be sidelined. The status of Tua and Pickett is day-to-day.
On Monday Night Football, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick can surpass the late great George Halas on the all-time win list. Halas won each of 324 games with the Chicago Bears. Ironically Chicago is the Patriots’ opponent on Monday Night.
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