We are one-third of the way through the NFL season, and we are starting to see some definite favorites emerge from the pack. The Buffalo Bills started the season as the favorite to win the Super Bowl and they are backing that up, going 5-1 after a massive win over the Kansas City Chiefs this past weekend. The Philadelphia Eagles remain the only unbeaten team in the league, which is probably a surprise to a lot of people, while the Minnesota Vikings are rolling and beginning to look legit. As we head into Week 7, we do so with a 10-5 record in our ATS picks this season. We have yet to have a perfect week, but we also haven’t had a losing one, so let’s see if we can keep that going with our NFL ATS picks for Week 7. With all that said, it’s time to look at our selections for the weekend so you can bet against their NFL Odds.
Week 7 Against The Spread Betting Picks | 2022 National Football League Odds
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans (-3)
Sometimes, a bye week can come at a time when you don’t really want it. Yes, it’s good for the players to get a rest and heal, but it can also prove to be a momentum killer. The Tennessee Titans got off to an 0-2 start to the season, but they roared back to win 3 in a row before getting last weekend off. Can they get back to their recent form in what is a critical AFC South matchup? The Colts are sitting at 3-2-1 on the season and are winners of 2 in a row, and while winning is good, you do have to say that they have not been particularly convincing on the offensive side of the football. The Titans have covered in each of their last 6 games played in the month of October, so let’s pick them to make it 7 in a row.
New York Giants (+3) at Jacksonville Jaguars
If we are going to talk about surprise teams this season, we need to be talking about the New York Giants. After years of being out in the wilderness, the Giants suddenly look like a contender, coming into Week 7 with a 5-1 record and some big wins under their belt. A trip to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars looks like another win waiting to happen, but while the Jaguars are 2-4 on the season, they have been a good deal more competitive this season and are actually in as a slight favorite for this one. The Giants have proven to be a great bet against the spread, covering in 5 of their 6 games this season. I think they cover here quite easily.
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens (-6 ½)
The AFC North is about as tight as it gets at the moment, but will it get tighter still after this weekend? The Cleveland Browns can make things very close with a win, while the Ravens might get a little bit of separation at the top if they come away with the victory. It is the Ravens who come into this one as the favorite, but can they win and cover the spread? The trends would suggest that they can do just that, as they have covered in 4 of their last 5 meetings with the Browns. Making things even more convincing is the fact that the Ravens are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 home games versus a team with a losing record.