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Our week seven NFL predictions saw us go 7-5, which is actually a bit of a down week when put up against some of the other picks we've tossed out there throughout the year. We correctly predicted the Chicago Bears to defeat the Atlanta Falcons as a 3.5-point underdog. We also won money on the Miami Dolphins as a 3.5-point underdog against the Packers, Green Bay scoring a last second touchdown to win the game outright. Our only big miss came when we predicted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to hang close with the Baltimore Ravens, but you can't win them all.
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 51-35-1
Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts -3
The Colts have big defensive issues and are going up against one of the better defenses they'll play all season. Andrew Luck is nice, but the Bengals win by double digits here.
Tennessee Titans at Washington Redskins -5.5
The Titans are expected to have Jake Locker back at quarterback and you almost have to take them here. It's a battle of bad teams, but the Redskins have zero defense and don't deserve to be favored by more than a couple of points against anyone.
Miami Dolphins at Chicago Bears -3
Chicago was impressive when we took them to beat Atlanta last week, but now the play is to go against them. Miami has a strong defense to go along with a nice rushing attack. We think the Dolphins pull the upset.
Cleveland Browns -5.5 at Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars are below average on both sides of the ball and the Browns seem to be finally hitting their stride. Cleveland can win this game by 20-plus without too much effort.
Seattle Seahawks -7 at St. Louis Rams
The Seahawks historically play much worse on the road, but they're coming off of a rare home loss, and should be plenty fired up for this one. St. Louis will struggle to score a single point as the Seahawks win by double digits.
Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers -7
Green Bay was a bit lucky to win last week against the Miami Dolphins, and we think they lose outright in week eight despite the high odds. Carolina has the defense to hold the Packers to around 24 points and the offensive weapons to put up around the same. Take the Panthers.
Atlanta Falcons at Baltimore Ravens -7
The Falcons won us money earlier in the year, but they simply have no defense. The team was capable of winning shootouts earlier in the year, but now that the offensive line has huge injuries, they can't give Matt Ryan time to throw. Take Baltimore to win big while putting up 40 or so.
Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills -5.5
Buffalo has a nice defense and running game combo, while the Vikings don't have the defense to stop most teams. The Bills should win big as Teddy Bridgewater needs a few more games of experience at this stage in his career.
New Orleans Saints at Detroit Lions -2.5
The Saints are likely to be without tight end Jimmy Graham, while the Lions could be without wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Detroit has the better defense and is at home. I say take them in this tossup game.
Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers -4
San Diego's defense was finally exposed last week against the Oakland Raiders. I don't think it was a one time thing. The Chiefs, who are finally healthy, should win this game outright with the Chargers dropping back to reality.
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys -6.5
Dallas is flying high after a super impressive road win against Seattle, but they should come crashing down to Earth this week. I still don't trust the Cowboys' defense. In a rivalry game, I think we see a field goal decide the winner.
Arizona Cardinals -3.5 at Oakland Raiders
Oakland is getting a lot or respect for looking good in last week's loss, but I'm not impressed with the San Diego, and think the close game was more a reflection of their overrated play than the Raiders suddenly taking a step forward. Arizona should defeat them by seven or eight points.
San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos -6.5
The 49ers have rebounded nicely after some referee-fueled early-season losses, but won't be able to hang here. San Francisco's defense isn't nearly as good as last year, and the offensive line has too many injuries to keep up in a shootout. Denver by 11.
Houston Texans at Pittsburgh Steelers -3.5
The Steelers need a win badly, but they're facing one of the more well-rounded teams in football. Pittsburgh has home-field advantage, and the better quarterback, so take them to barely cover the point spread in a four-point win.