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NFL Week 7 odds: Making a case for each favorite

The NFL Week 7 odds are available to the public, and we make a case for why each favorite will both win and cover its spread.

Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

Cleveland is beat up to the hilt, but the Broncos haven’t beaten a decent team all year and also has injuries. The Browns can still win in the trenches.

Atlanta Falcons (-2.5) at Miami Dolphins

The Falcons are coming off a bye while the Dolphins are coming back from London. Major, major advantage for Atlanta.

Carolina Panthers (-3) at New York Giants

New York was without effort against the Rams on Sunday. The Panthers are also going to be incredibly desperate after dropping three straight.

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-6)

Baltimore has a history of winning big against teams it should beat. The Bengals are much-improved, but the Ravens are a unique, difficult team to stop. Oh, and they’ll blitz Joe Burrow all day.


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Kansas City Chiefs (-5.5) at Tennessee Titans

Patrick Mahomes got into his groove in Washington, totaling more than 400 yards. The Chiefs are getting healthier as well, while Tennessee has a litany of injuries.

New York Jets at New England Patriots (-7)

The Patriots have already crushed the Jets this year, and now they’ll get New York at home.

Washington Football Team at Green Bay Packers (-9.5)

Green Bay has won five straight and now Washington comes in after losing three of the previous four. Aaron Rodgers will light up this defense, one of the league’s worst.

Detroit Lions at Los Angeles Rams (-15)

Matthew Stafford will feast. The Lions are helpless as the league’s only winless team.

Philadelphia Eagles at Las Vegas Raiders (-3)

Las Vegas has the better quarterback and has seen edge rusher Maxx Crosby blossom into a star. The Raiders should get pressure on Jalen Hurts throughout.


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Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-12.5)

The Buccaneers have a dominant defensive line and Chicago can’t block. That’s going to be a major problem for the Bears.

Houston Texans at Arizona Cardinals (-17.5)

There doesn’t need to be must said. This is going to be ugly.

Indianapolis Colts at San Francisco 49ers (-4)

The Niners have a week off behind them, getting healthier. Meanwhile, the Colts are coming across the country at 2-4 and still struggling to beat good teams.

New Orleans Saints (-5) at Seattle Seahawks

Have you seen Geno Smith? Have you seen Seattle’s defense? Jameis Winston has struggled to throw for yardage, but he won’t on Monday night.

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