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NFL Week 7 Schedule with Week 7 Betting Lines
Thursday, October 19
If the Raiders are going to salvage anything from this season, they'd better figure out how to get more than 17 points on the board against Kansas City. Otherwise, this will be a fifth straight loss and likely the end of the dream of back-to-back playoff appearances.
Sunday, October 22
DeShone Kizer didn't work. Kevin Hogan was arguably worse. What's next for the Browns at quarterback? One thing is for sure, and that's that this team truly is no better this year than it was a season ago when it went 1-15.
The Jaguars have been so Jekyll and Hyde this year that it's hard to tell which team is going to show up on a weekly basis. They'd better hope the good one shows up in Indy, or they'll be back in the gutter in the AFC South in no time.
The Steelers made a huge statement last week going to Arrowhead Stadium and beating the Chiefs. This whole division still feels like a bit of a sham to us, and that's why the Bengals could get right back into the thick of it with an upset at Heinz Field.
The Vikings are quietly 4-2 and could be in a position to win the NFC North if Aaron Rodgers really is out for the rest of the season. Baltimore might be 3-3, but the quarterbacks it has beaten this year have been Andy Dalton, DeShone Kizer and E.J. Manuel.
It's almost like someone flipped a switch on the Dolphins' offense. They've now scored more than seven points in two halves this season after blowing up in their shocking comeback win over Atlanta last week.
Until we know whether Jameis Winston or Ryan Fitzpatrick will be under center, this game is literally impossible to try to line.
The "John Fox Bowl" is a simple equation for both teams. If the Panthers throw the ball 40 times, they're losing. If the Bears throw the ball 30 times, they're losing. Odds have it, one of these two will end up getting to the stat they can't afford to not avoid on Sunday.
The swing from Aaron Rodgers to Brett Hundley under center is basically a dozen points. That might make Rodgers the most important player in the NFL today for betting purposes. It also might end Green Bay's run of eight straight trips to the postseason.
For as good as the Cardinals looked last week, their trip to London to take on the Rams doesn't feel like it's going to be that much fun. We'll believe that Adrian Peterson is really a 20+ carry back once again when we see him do it week in and week out.
The 49ers are apparently set to turn their franchise over to C.J. Beathard for the time being to see if he can turn himself into an NFL quarterback. We know that Brian Hoyer never really did over the course of his career.
The G-Men figured out how to win a game without wide receivers: Don't throw them the ball. Their receivers had just three receptions last week against Denver, yet they still won't their first game of the season.
The Broncos suddenly have an identity crisis after getting crushed at home by the Giants as double-digit favorites on SNF.
This is just the eighth time in NFL history that we've had a rematch from the previous year's Super Bowl in the regular season. Super Bowl champs have won and covered the last three such meetings.
Sunday, October 23
This is the 16th Eagles/Redskins game in a row in which the point spread between these two teams has been a touchdown or less.
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