It’s hard to believe that we’re already in Week 7 of NFL action. We’re now going to take a look at the quarterback matchups in each game, and then we’ll give you our NFL Betting predictions for each game.
Who’ll Win in Week 7? | NFL Betting Predictions
New Orleans Saints @ Arizona Cardinals (-1.5)
We almost think the Saints are better when Andy Dalton is under center. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals offense is very predictable, and the offense has struggled because of that. This one could be another Thursday night clunker. We like the Saints to win outright.
Atlanta Falcons @ Cincinnati Bengals (-6)
Marcus Mariota lit up the Niners defense last week, while Burrow did the same to the Saints defense. Atlanta has exceeded expectations, but the Bengals have been coming on strong. We like the Bengals to win by a touchdown and cover the spread.
Green Bay Packers @ Washington Commanders (+5)
Many think that now that Carson Wentz is out, that the Commanders will be better with Taylor Heinicke under center. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense can’t seem to get things right. Seeing the Commanders will be just what Rodgers needs. Packers win and cover.
Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens (-6.5)
The Ravens have been hard-luck losers this season. Lamar Jackson is one of the league’s elite players. Jacoby Brissett has had some moments, but he’s still considered to be a backup quarterback. Baltimore rebounds from a tough loss to the Giants last weekend to win by seven points to cover the spread.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers (+10)
Tom Brady still looks like the distractions in his personal life are affecting his play. The Tampa defense isn’t what it used to be. PJ Walker will be under center again for the Panthers. While Tampa wins the game, they won’t cover the large spread.
Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys (-7)
Dak Prescott will be back, and the Cowboys are happy to have him. Last week, the Eagles showed everyone the blueprint on how to handle Cooper Rush. Detroit has one of the worst defenses in the league. Jared Goff has been good this season, but he won’t be able to beat the Cowboys. Dallas wins by at least 10.
Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans (-3)
Matt Ryan has thrown for a lot of yards this season, but doesn’t have much to show for it. It sounds like Jonathan Taylor will return from injury on Sunday. Tennessee is coming off of a bye week. Ryan Tannehill doesn’t have many receiving weapons, but he does have Derrick Henry. The Colts seemed to have discovered something last Sunday. We think they win this one outright.
New York Giants @ Jacksonville Jaguars (-2.5)
Even though the Giants are 5-1, the oddsmakers still don’t have faith in Daniel Jones and his teammates. Trevor Lawrence has looked good at times, and bad at times. While Jacksonville has improved, we’re not ready to take them over the Giants. New York wins outright.
Houston Texans @ Las Vegas Raiders (-7)
Davis Mills has hit the sophomore slump, while Derek Carr has played well at times, and not so well at others. We’re not sure if Darren Waller will play on Sunday, but even if he doesn’t, we still like the Raiders to win and cover.
New York Jets @ Denver Broncos (-3.5)
The Broncos just can’t seem to get things going on offense. Russell Wilson should shoulder a majority of the blame. The Jets are playing good football right now. The coaching staff is playing it safe with Zach Wilson. This one is a tough one, but we like the Jets to win.
Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Chargers (-7)
Geno Wilson didn’t play as well as he had been playing last weekend. Justin Herbert struggled against a good Denver defense but still came out with a win. The Chargers will win, but won’t cover.
Kansas City Chiefs @ San Francisco 49ers (+3)
Patrick Mahomes lost his duel with Josh Allen last weekend. San Francisco and Jimmy Garoppolo were beaten by Atlanta. The Niners defense is beat up, and that won’t bode well for them against the potent Chiefs offense. Kansas City wins by 10.
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins (-7)
It looks like Tua Tagovailoa will be back for the Dolphins. He’ll be opposed by Mitchell Trubisky, as Kenny Pickett left last weekend’s game with a concussion. The Dolphins get back to their winning ways and cover the spread.
Chicago Bears @ New England Patriots (-7.5)
Even if Mac Jones is healthy, we’re not sure that Baile Zappe won’t stay as the starter. Justin Fields hasn’t been turned loose by the Chicago coaching staff, and that’s a major concern. New England wins big.