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NFL Week 7 Picks and Predictions
Updated: September 2020


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The Broncos have won two straight since starting the season 0-4. The Chiefs have somehow lost two straight. Well, run defense has a lot to do with it. Kansas City allows 161.8 yards per game on the ground. Denver can run the ball with Philip Lindsay (84 carries, 397 yards, 4 TDs). The Chiefs have beaten the Broncos in seven straight. Hard to see them losing three in a row too… Kansas City 34, Denver 24

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While the Chiefs lost two in a row, the Rams have dropped three straight. The offense has been inconsistent. The 49ers shut the Rams down last week. Atlanta has dropped four straight, including last week’s 34-33 loss to Arizona. The Falcons defense is a sieve giving up 87 points the past two weeks. The Rams just have too much talent to let another one slip away… LA Rams 35, Atlanta 30

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The Dolphins failed on a two-point conversion with six seconds left last week and lost to Washington 17-16. Miami is winless at 0-5 and things don’t get any easier when they go to Buffalo to face the Bills on Sunday. Buffalo is 4-1 and the defense is for real. Their only loss was a 16-10 setback to New England. The Bills allow less than 13 points per game and the Dolphins have a real problem putting the ball in the end zone… Buffalo 27, Miami 10

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It’s a huge AFC South battle as Houston (4-2) heads to Indianapolis to face the Colts. Indy has the benefit of coming off a bye week, but the Texans are red-hot after an upset of Kansas City last week and a 53-32 destruction of Atlanta the week prior. QB Deshaun Watson is playing like a seasoned veteran and the defense still has a guy named J.J. Watt. The Colts also beat the Chiefs, 19-13, in Week 5. The team that runs the ball with success wins this one. The Texans are 10th in the NFL in rush offense. The Colts are 4th… Indianapolis 27, Houston 24

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Don’t look now, but the Cardinals have won two straight. Arizona catches the Giants coming off two straight tough losses. RB Saquon Barkley probably won’t be back yet and the Giants defense gives up yards by the bunches (431 yards per game). Arizona isn’t much better (428.8 yards per game). Two rookie quarterbacks – Arizona’s Kyler Murray and New York’s Daniel Jones – will square off. Give the edge to the home quarterback… NY Giants 23, Arizona 20

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The 49ers proved they are a legitimate threat in the NFC with a huge win over the Rams last week. San Francisco remains unbeaten and heads to the nation’s capital to take on the dumpster fire also known as the Washington Redskins. The ‘Skins got their first win of the season last week but only because they played Miami (0-6) in the Pillow Fight of the Week. The 49ers are simply much better than Washington… San Francisco 30, Washington 14

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The Chargers were upset on their home field last week by Pittsburgh. At 2-4, they can’t afford to fall even further behind in the AFC West. The Chargers only victory in their last five games was over Miami. The Titans are in the same boat at 2-4 coming off a shutout loss to Denver. Tennessee has just one win in its previous five games and it’s over Atlanta (1-5). The Titans have the better run game and defense. Plus, they’re at home… Tennessee 17, LA Chargers 16

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The Saints continue to ride the Teddy Bridgewater train. They have not been all that impressive, but that doesn’t matter. Wins matter and Bridgewater has led New Orleans to four straight. This week, the Saints have to contend with a really good Chicago defense at Soldier Field. The Bears also had an extra week of prep for New Orleans, but starting QB Mitchell Trubisky is questionable. Trubisky has a poor history of coming back after an in-season injury. Not good for the Bears… New Orleans 17, Chicago 13

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The Ravens and Seahawks both appear to be headed to the postseason. Seattle is 5-1 and QB Russell Wilson is in MVP form. Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson isn’t too bad either. The Ravens average 192 rushing yards per game and the defense makes plays when needed. These two teams are evenly matched and the difference just might come down to home field advantage. CenturyLink Field is a tough place to play. The Ravens know. They’ve lost there the last two times they’ve visited… Seattle 23, Baltimore 17

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The Cowboys were upset by the Jets last week losing for the third straight week after a 3-0 start. Sunday’s game with the Eagles will say a lot about who wins the division. Dallas won both games last year including a 29-23 overtime thriller in Dallas last December. The Eagles have dropped two straight by a total of seven points. Both teams are good against the run, but the Dallas defense might be better overall. Philadelphia plays up to its competition. Hard to see Dallas losing four in a row and another home game… Dallas 34, Philadelphia 33

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The Jets pulled a huge upset last week when they beat Dallas as QB Sam Darnold returned after his bout of mononucleosis. This week, they get the 6-0 Patriots, a team they haven’t beaten in seven tries. In fact, the Jets have only two wins over New England since 2011. New York finally figured out how to score last week but the Jets average just 12.8 points a game. The Patriots have the NFL’s best defense and allow just 8.0 points a game. Sorry, Jets… New England 28, NY Jets 7 Sportsbook
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