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NFL Week 7 odds: 5 best bets on underdogs

Looking at the NFL Week 7 odds going into the weekend, these five underdogs are nice bets to cover and in some cases, win outright.

5. Miami Dolphins (+2.5) vs. Atlanta Falcons

This isn’t going to be an easy win for Miami. The Dolphins are 1-5 and coming off a road game in London, while the Falcons had last week off. Still, Miami head coach Brian Flores and his team have a good shot. The Dolphins’ offensive line has been the biggest issue but Atlanta doesn’t have the ability to rush the quarterback. If the Falcons can’t get home, it’ll be a tight game that comes down to the final few minutes, and we all now Atlanta’s chops in those situations.


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4. Tennessee Titans (+4.5) vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are road favorites and in that situation this season, they’re 2-1. However, those wins have come against the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Football Team. Tennessee has far more firepower behind running back Derrick Henry, and receivers A.J. Brown and Julio Jones. Additionally, Henry should run wild against the Chiefs who rank at or towards the bottom in almost every meaningful defensive category. Expect a shootout in Nashville.

3. Indianapolis Colts (+4) at San Francisco 49ers

The Colts are 2-4 but they’ve played one of the league’s toughest schedules through six weeks. Now they get the 49ers who while decent, are 2-3 and trying to figure out who the starting quarterback is the rest of the way. On Sunday night, it’ll be Jimmy Garoppolo, who hasn’t engineered a win since Week 2 when San Francisco. beat the Eagles. Carson Wentz has been playing solid football and if he can do in primetime, the Colts will cover and perhaps win.


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2. Philadelphia Eagles (+3) at Las Vegas Raiders

The Eagles are an intriguing play here. Tight end Dallas Goedert, running back Miles Sanders and receivers DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins should go off against Las Vegas’ defense, which outside of edge rusher Maxx Crosby has been brutal. The Raiders are going to score their share of points against Philadelphia, but the Eagles have a quality front and two good corners in Darius Slay and Steven Nelson. Look for the upset.

1. Seattle Seahawks (+4.5) vs. New Orleans Saints

The Saints are a quality team coming off a bye week, but the Seahawks are desperate at 2-4 and Seattle is a tough place to play. If the hosts can force a few turnovers from New Orleans quarterback Jameis Winston, the Seahawks can pull out a tight contest in the Pacific Northwest.

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