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We've crushed the Las Vegas sportsbooks for the last 2 NFL seasons by making point spread picks on every game and it doesn't look like much has changed in 2014. Our week 6 NFL predictions saw us go 9-6 and we really should have went 11-4 with bets on the Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans somehow not winning after both teams had huge leads. Week 7 of the NFL season is another chance for us to win some money so let's take a look at the predictions for games coming your way this week!
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 44-30-1
Note: We will not have predictions on games involving the Tennessee Titans, Arizona Cardinals, or Detroit Lions this week because no odds are available. Sportsbooks are waiting to find out the playing statuses of Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker, Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer, and both Lions running back Reggie Bush and wide receiver Calvin Johnson, before putting up a line.
Indianapolis Colts -3 at Houston Texans
I still don't trust the Colts and don't think they deserve to be favored here. Indianapolis has issues on defense and they can't run the football. Andrew Luck and the passing game are nice but Houston has a tough defense and the type of rushing attack that will slice through the Colts' defense. Take the Texans to win.
Denver Broncos -8 at New York Jets
New York costs me money every week so I'm sure the one time I go against them they'll manage to win outright. New York has major issues in the secondary which is a terrible weakness against Peyton Manning. The Jets' quarterback have no time to throw and are turnover prone. The Broncos should win by 30 and we're taking them, but don't be surprised if Geno Smith looks like a MVP and burns us.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns -2
Cleveland is playing much better football on the offensive side of the football, although the defense has some holes. Pittsburgh's defense is extremely injured right now and I have to back the home team in this rivalry. Browns win 24-17 or so.
Green Bay Packers -3.5 at Miami Dolphins
The Packers are quite overrated and I don't think they can stop the Dolphins from scoring. Miami's defense is the better unit between these two but even in a shootout you have to like getting the home team at +3.5. Take the Dolphins to pull the upset.
Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals -7
I'm not sure what to think of the Bengals after the embarassing effort on Monday Night Football last time out. They were looking like the Seattle Seahawks of the AFC up until that point but now I'm scratching my head a bit. Ultimately the Panthers are not as strong defensively as last season and their offense is having some problems. Take Cincinnati to bounce back strong.
New England Patriots -3 at Buffalo Bills
New England finally put it together offensively last time out and should be even better from here on out with Rob Gronkowski finally healthy. Buffalo has a nice defense and rushing attack but ultimately the Patriots have big game experience and should take out their AFC East rival by 4+.
Baltimore Ravens -3.5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay has played some surprisingly strong football lately but they still don't have much of a defense. Baltimore is a bit mistake prone offensively and the Ravens have fallen off on defense. Neither one of these teams is any good so I'll take Tampa Bay at home as an underdog and cross my fingers.
San Diego Chargers -7 at Oakland Raiders
Oakland welcomes back rookie quarterback Derek Carr but I'm not sure he'll help much. I think San Diego is incredibly overrated and don't expect their defense to hold up down the stretch but the Raiders simply are not good enough to take advantage. Chargers win by double digits against one of the NFL's worth teams.
Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons -3.5
Atlanta has 2 or 3 starting offensive linemen out this week and that is not good when Jared Allen is lined up for the other team's defense. That being said, Chicago has numerous injuries in their secondary and won't be able to stop Julio Jones at all. This is a tossup game so take the Bears with each team having the potential to score 40.
Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks -8
Tony Romo and Demarco Murray are leading my fantasy teams to championships this season but I'm sitting them both this week. Seattle doesn't give up rushing yards to anyone, especially at home. Asking Romo to beat this defense is asking for trouble and I expect the Seahawks to win by around 21.
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles -2.5
We loved the Giants last week as they came back to win by 10 against the Atlanta Falcons but will fade them this time around. Their defense is going to give up points to the Eagles and I don't particularly trust this offense on the road with their starting running back likely out. Go with Philly by 8.
San Francisco 49ers -3 at St. Louis Rams
The 49ers have some big question marks to address such as their offensive line and a defense that simply isn't as good as last year. That being said, the Rams are mistake prone themselves and aren't nearly as good defensively as I assumed they'd be earlier this year. Go with San Francisco to win by around 6.