Lines according to Pregame. Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the record against the spread last week would have been Carolina and Dallas have the week off. Five of the Rams' six games have been decided in the fourth quarter. But with the injuries on defense, along with the Giants hitting their offensive stride, New York could pull away earlier.
After consecutive resounding defeats, the Bengals need to bounce back. Andy Dalton should carve up the No. Even though the Raiders are on the road, this game is no breeze, especially with the cross-country travel and Jaguars coming off back-to-back wins.
Still, go with Derek Carr. The Bills are rolling and lead the league in rushing. The Dolphins are ranked second-to-last against the run. That said, these division rivals know each other well, so it's likely close. The Jets have lost four of five, and were really close in only one of those. Baltimore has lost three in a row, but all of those were one-score games.
Look for the Ravens to eke out a close one. This game is a homecoming for former Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins, who has the Redskins clicking. Kansas City can use the run to keep Drew Brees off the field, and hang on at home. Losing tackle Lane Johnson has hurt the Eagles and put extra pressure on rookie quarterback Carson Wentz.
Philip Rivers is going to keep the Chargers in most games, and he should be able to move the ball here. Still, the Falcons are too dangerous on offense. Check the division standings to see where your team stands in terms of making it to the NFL playoffs. As for this week's games, there are only four games between division foes which means the potential for outstanding matchups not normally on a team's schedule each season.
Highlighted games this week include: Colts 1pm , Saints vs. Lions 1pm , Panthers vs. New York Giants 4: The full schedule for Week 7 is shown below complete with betting odds for each of the games when available plus info about how to watch this week's games on TV. Beyond that look for that mini-previews of primetime games in Week 7. Jets HC Rex Ryan loves to hate New England and though tight-lipped, the Patriots likely reciprocate the same feelings behind closed doors.
This will be the first meeting between these AFC East rivals in and unfortunately there will be less time for trash talking leading up to this one with the short week. Both games in the season series were done by the end of Week 7 last year with each team winning the matchup played on its home turf.
The Denver Broncos make a return appearance to the Sunday Night Football schedule in Week 7 this year as they host the San Francisco 49ers in what should be one of the premier matchups of the weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for shortly before 8: These two teams last met during the preseason as they do most seasons however the last regular season meeting was in when the Niners beat the Broncos back when Peyton Manning still had a blue horseshoe on his helmet. Also, it is still early to tell but this may be the week when Peyton Manning passes Brett Farve for the all-time passing touchdown record which currently stands at TD passes.
There is literally no telling what we will get when the Houston Texans travel to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers on Monday Night Football.