Best NFL Week 8 Odds & Predictions: Teams to Most Likely Lose their Game

Best NFL Week 7 Odds & Predictions: Teams to Most Likely Lose their Game

With Week Six in the books, we move on to Week Seven, and we’ll examine a few NFL games in more detail today and determine which teams you should support this weekend and which ones you shouldn’t.

With an interesting slate, let’s get started so you don’t miss your opportunity to wager against the NFL Odds.

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

Indianapolis Colts (+2.5) vs Tennessee Titans

Indianapolis made the Losers list for Week Seven despite their back-to-back wins. The Colts looked to have found some rhythm as Matt Ryan was free of sacks and fumbles for the first time as a Colt. Despite this, the Colts have many things going against them.

The Titans took game one of their AFC South series against the Colts on the road and welcomed the Colts to Nissan Stadium, where the Titans have gone 8-3 over the last two seasons.

Indy has been one of the worst offenses in the league averaging just 17.2 points and a 29th-ranked 83.7 yards on the ground. Additionally, they’ve turned the ball over 11 times this season, ranking them in the bottom five of the league.

To make matters worse, the Titans will be well-rested coming off their BYE week while riding a three-game winning streak. The Colts are also 1-3 ATS as an away team this year, making them sure losers for Week Seven.

Chicago Bears (+7.5) vs New England Patriots 

The Chicago Bears make the list for their Week Seven matchup against the New England Patriots. Not only do the Bears stink, but they’re running into a red-hot Patriot team that has outscored their opponents 67-15 over their last two weeks. To make matters worse, they’ll have to face New England in Foxborough. 

Justin Fields has steadily improved over his last three games averaging 199 yards with two touchdowns and just one interception. Despite this, the offense has still been atrocious, averaging a miserable 15.5 points per contest, ranking them second to last in the league. 

The Bears are also gonna have a tough time in the air as they are ranked last in passing yards per game (122.8), while the Patriots‘ defense is conceding 18.8 points per game and six interceptions on the year. This one won’t be close.

Green Bay Packers vs Washington Commanders (+4.5)

For the first time since 1970, the Packers have dropped consecutive games as Seven-point favorites (or more). Furthermore, it seems like they ought to be more of a favorite in Washington than just 4.5 points. Green Bay is averaging almost 350 yards of offense, while their defense has held opponents to a fifth-ranked 299.2 yards per game. 

Washington had dropped four straight games and had failed to show up for two of those games, losing both of those games 46-0 in the first half. They bounced back with a victory over the Bears, but the offense had a miserable night overall. Things should get worse with Carson Wentz out for the foreseeable future with a finger injury.

The Commanders’ offense was held to just 214 yards, 12 points, and a demoralizing two for 11 third-down conversion success percentage by the Bears’ defense. It appears to be a game that Aaron Rodgers and the Packers must win, making the Commanders most likely losers in Week Seven.


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