Top NFL Week 7 Betting Picks: Teams to Certainly Win their Game

Top NFL Week 7 Betting Picks: Teams to Certainly Win their Game

With Six weeks down in the NFL regular season, we look to Week Seven to explore the best bets and picks of teams who will most certainly win their matchups.

You may bet their NFL Lines by using our picks here, whether you’re looking for a survival pick or picks against the spread. Let’s take a look at the surefire winners in week seven. 

Who Are the Sure Winners in Week 7 of NFL Action?

Chicago Bears vs New England Patriots (-7.5)

The New England Patriots make the list this week as sure winners for their Week Seven matchup against the Bears. The Patriots come into this contest coming off back-to-back blowout wins over the Lions and Browns.

The Patriots’ offense has exploded for 67 points over the last two games while holding opponents to just 15 points, including a shutout of the Lions. 

Even though Justin Fields continued to improve in Week Six, the Bears‘ offensive problems persisted. Chicago has dropped three straight contests, and the offense ranks second to last in points per game (15.5) and dead last in passing yards per game (122.8).

Mac Jones and Damien Harris may be able to play in this game after missing the previous three games. Rhamondre Stevenson and Harris would benefit most from the matchup because the Bears have given up 169 rushing yards per game over their last three games and an average of 5.2 yards per rush attempt on the road.

Even though New England is not a super team, the Pats are starting to click on all cylinders while the Bears are crumbling.

Kansas City Chiefs (-3) vs San Francisco 49ers

In a home game against the Chiefs, the Bills defeated them, and Josh Allen and company came out on top 24-20 at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.

The Falcons surprised everyone by defeating the Niners 28-14 on the road. That being said, Kansas City is 1-0 ATS after a loss and 2-0 ATS in non-conference games this season.

The Chiefs’ four-point loss to the team that may face them in the AFC Championship Game isn’t much of a worry because it was a game that KC led in the fourth quarter, but that could have gone either way given the talent on both sides.

The bottom line is, Kansas City doesn’t lose back-to-back games, and they’re facing a team that is banged up on both sides of the ball.

The 49ers could potentially be without some of their top defensive stars in Nick Bosa, Arik Armstead, Charvarius Ward, and Drake Jackson.

They’ve been without top offensive lineman Trent Williams and recently saw starting Tackle Mike McGlinchey leave the game against Atlanta last week. It looks like there is nothing going right for the 49ers, making the Chiefs sure winners for Week 7. 

Houston Texans vs Las Vegas Raiders (-7)

Both the Texans and the Raiders just had bye weeks, but I think Josh McDaniels and the Raiders will benefit more from theirs. The Houston offense only averages 17.2 points per game and just five yards per play as a result of Pep Hamilton’s lackluster play-calling.

The Texans haven’t committed many turnovers, but they have one of the worst third-down offenses in the league and produce just 17.2 points per game.

The Raiders, on the other hand, are fourth in terms of points scored per drive and rank sixth in points per game with 25.

Despite their 1-4 record, it does not adequately reflect how brilliantly their offense has moved the ball. Las Vegas ranks among the top ten in passing yards (239.2) and rushing yards (121.4).

For the Raiders’ chances of making the postseason, this is a must-win game, and I’d expect them to take full advantage over the Texans.


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