With that said and the start of Week 7 just days away, let’s get started.
Here’s A Closer Look At The NFL Most Attractive Games For Week 7 Docket!
Minnesota -2.5 at PhiladelphiaWhen: Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET
Where: Paul Brown Stadium
NFL Odds: Minnesota -3
There’s no other way to say it, but Minnesota Vikings has been downright scary in limiting their opponents to just 12.6 points per game defensively! Maybe it’s me, but when I watch the Vikings these days, I don’t see teams struggling to score, but I see them struggling to get first downs and that says a lot
I like the Vikings value in this Week 7 NFC clash as I expect them to get after rookie signal-caller Carson Wentz while forcing the Birds into a couple of turnovers. Minnesota has won seven of their last eight road games outright and is simply better than Philadelphia in all three phases. I’ve seen absolutely nothing to make me believe the Vikings are going to lose anytime soon.
Cleveland at CincinnatiWhen: Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET
Where: Paul Brown Stadium
NFL Odds: Cincinnati -9.5
I know the Bengals haven’t looked like legitimate Super Bowl contenders while getting smacked around the last couple of weeks, but Cincinnati is still a very dangerous team with a ton of talent and a veteran head coach. Now that Cincy is completely desperate and looking to take a leap forward with Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger out for the next month, I’m thinking the overmatched Cleveland Browns are in serious trouble when the two AFC North division rivals square off on Sunday. Cincinnati has won seven of the last 10 meetings against Cleveland and each of the last three meetings by 21 points or more.
Houston Texans at Denver BroncosWhen: Monday, October 24, 2016 at 8:30 PM ET
Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High
NFL Odds: Denver Broncos -6.5 / Over/Under: 41.5
The Denver Broncos are a bit desperate to get back in the win column and keep their hopes of winning both, the AFC West – and Super Bowl 51 in good condition after losing two straight games heading into this contest. Not only are the Broncos a bit desperate, but they’re going up against a quarterback that they helped ‘raise’ and know all too well seeing as how the Broncos drafted and cultivated his talents. Last but not least, Denver is offering great value for me because Osweiler is clearly not as good as the Texans hoped he would be – or John Elway knew he would be.
Baltimore Ravens at New York JetsWhen: Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET
Where: MetLife Stadium)
NFL Odds: New York Jets -1 / Over/Under: 42.5
While I’m not overly impressed with Joe Flacco and the Ravens, I do believe Baltimore is offering some outstanding value as they take on a completely reeling Jets team that has dropped four straight games and been forced to turn to uninspiring backup Geno Smith for this Week 7 matchup.
New York has been held to 17 points or less in each of their last four games and looks like a team in trouble even at home in Week 7.