NFL Week 7 Bookie Preview & Picks
Plenty of betting opportunities await sports bettors in NFL Week 7. Check out what online bookies think about the games.
We also add which pay per head tools those bookies are likely to use.
The more bookie insights, the better your handicapping.
Top 4 NFL Week 7 Bookie Betting Predictions
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Tennessee Titans +6.5 vs L.A. Chargers -6.5
Bookies like to promote high-profile matchups, and this is one of those because the Titans and Chargers play at Wembley Stadium at 9:30 am ET on Sunday.
But, let’s be honest, this is a Grade 2 stud horse in the Bolts battling a restricted stakes winner in the Titans.
Tennessee’s offense should have no shot to keep up on the scoreboard against the Chargers’ offense. Bettors know this, which is why over 70% favor L.A.
Bookies know this as well, which is why they’ll use their layoff accounts to cut risk.
New England Patriots +3 at Chicago Bears -3
Most everyone believes the Pats cover the spread against the Chicago Bears. New England’s got a lot going against it to do, though.
Patriots head to Soldier Field off their toughest game of the season, one in which they had to continually put points on the board.
The Bears game planned around quarterback Ryan Tannehill, which is why they had trouble adjusting to Brock Osweiler when that one started. Chicago also played the Dolphins off a bye.
Teams don’t react the same after the week off. Khalil Mack’s listed as probable, which means he terrorizes Tom Brady.
If wagers on Patriots cause any liabilities, many bookies will let those liabilities stand.
Dallas Cowboys +1.5 at Washington Redskins -1.5
Cowboys vs Redskins is one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports. The spread makes the moneyline a moot point, which is a good thing because pay per head agents will have set max betting limits on both the dog and favorite.
Hard to say who wins this game. Washington’s got the better offense. Dallas has the better defense. Bookies won’t care if, like they hope, they get close to equal betting dollars on both sides of the spread.
L.A. Rams -9.5 at San Francisco 49ers +9.5
The Rams head to San Francisco to battle the rival 49ers in a sneaky game that some online bookies feel should lead to mass profit. Los Angeles, like almost every week, has been over bet in most sportsbooks.
The thinking’s got a flaw. San Francisco’s gone 2-1 ATS in their last 3. The Rams have gone 0-3 ATS in their last 3. L.A. could be on the doorstep to a loss.
Pay per head agents will set max betting limits on 49ers moneyline. They’ll also allow some dollars to ride if players over bet Rams against the spread.