Best NFL Week 7 Matchups

 2017 payperhead08

NFL Week 7 is just about here. There are 4 matchups in NFL Week 7 that online bookie agents are watching.

By understanding how bookmakers think, sports bettors can get a feel for what the optimal plays might be. Keep reading to find out what bookies are thinking in NFL Week 7.

NFL Week 7 Top Match-ups for Sportsbooks

New Orleans Saints -6 at Green Bay Packers +6

The Saints are garnering 64% of the money bet against the spread. New Orleans has won 3 games in a row.

They’re en fuego as the saying goes while Green Bay lost arguably their best player of all time in QB Aaron Rodgers.

Expect bookmakers to change the line via a line mover. Or, some bookmakers might cut off betting on this game all together.

Carolina Panthers -3 at Chicago Bears +3

Around 80% of bettors prefer the Panthers at -3 compared to the Chicago Bears at +3. This could turn into a huge problem for those players that haven’t dumped on the Panthers already.

Why? Online bookies won’t hesitate to pull this game off the board. Also, expect that, soon if not already, Panthers versus Bears won’t be allowed to be a part of any parlay bets.

Dallas Cowboys -6 at San Francisco 49’ers +6

Dallas RB Ezekiel Elliott can play this Saturday versus the San Francisco 49’ers. Some cagey bookmakers love that fact because they see the Niners being very positive ATS at +6.

Don’t be surprised if some online bookies promote wagers on Dallas. There should be plenty of bookmakers that allow players to put the Boys into all parlays.

One change bookmakers might make is setting max betting limits on the 49’ers to win straight up.

SF has been knocking on the door to a win the past few weeks. They’re due.

Cincinnati Bengals +5 at Pittsburgh Steelers -5

Yes, Pittsburgh was great when beating Kansas City 19 to 13 in NFL Week 6. But, the Steeler haven’t put together 2 straight top efforts this season.

Could Pitt bounce? That’s the question that bookmakers are asking themselves right now.

Those online bookies that believe Pitt could bounce might allow money bet on the Steelers to ride. Most players are leaning to Pittsburgh as 60% prefer the Steelers at -5 over Cincinnati.

Here’s another ATS game that bookmakers might allow to play out without using their layoff accounts.

If you already knew what  your online bookie is going to do this week, you might be ready to be one. If you have the sports know-how, and are an avid bettor or handicapper, consider starting your own sportsbook.

Why bet for chance, when you can collect the vig? Check-out PayPerHead.com’s deal happening now. You can get a premium sportsbook solution for just $3 per head.

These guys are industry-leading and know how to help you create a profitable sportsbook business.

Oh, and did I mention, you can also get free coaching from their reps. They’ve all been in the industry, and know the ins and outs of becoming an online bookie.

Learn more about PayPerHead.com and how you can get it all for just $3 per head. 

NFL Predictions & Picks

Thumbnail Cowboys vs. 49ers Over/Under Prediction Despite the explosiveness on both sides, is the under the best play for Sunday evening’s NFL playoffs matchup between the Cowboys and 49ers at 6:30 p.m. ET?
Thumbnail Cowboys vs. 49ers Prediction The Cowboys and 49ers will put a bow on the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs at 6:30 p.m. ET. Will Dallas hang with San Francisco as a 3.5-point underdog or are the Niners...
Thumbnail Bengals vs. Bills Over/Under Prediciton The total for Sunday’s NFL Divisional round matchup between the Bengals and Bills opened at 50 but has been bet down to 48.5. Is the under the safe play when...
Thumbnail Bengals vs. Bills Prediction The Bengals and Bills will square off in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. ET. Is 5.5 too much to la with the host Bills or will Buffalo...
Thumbnail Jaguars vs. Chiefs Prediction & Odds The Divisional round of the NFL playoffs begins on Saturday with a matchup at Arrowhead Stadium between the Chiefs and Jaguars at 4:30 p.m. ET. Is 9 too much to...

NFL Headlines