Check out a full rundown of all the great Sunday action in NFL Week 7. Then, online bookies should take a sneak peek at NFL Week 8!

Sunday, Oct. 21

Tennessee Titans 19 vs L.A. Chargers 20 – This week’s Wembley Stadium battle looked like it set up for a massive blowout after Philip Rivers threw a huge TD pass to Tyrell Williams. Tennessee kept fighting, though, for the win against the spread.

Houston Texans 20 at Jacksonville Jaguars 7 – After Blake Bortles fumbled twice, the Jaguars benched Bortles for Cody Kessler. Kessler threw an interception. Something’s amiss with Jacksonville. They can’t do anything even mediocre on offense.

Cleveland Browns 23 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26 – Baker Mayfield rallied the Browns to force overtime, but that’s when things stalled. Although Jameis Winston had to sit out the first 3 games, he’s solidified his position as Tampa’s starting quarterback. Buccaneers showed some consistency on both offense and defense in this one.

Carolina Panthers 21 at Philadelphia Eagles 17 – Last season’s Eagles’ team would have driven a long nail into Carolina’s coffin after Philly jumped to a 10-0 lead. Not this year’s Eagles’ squad. Panthers rallied because Philadelphia’s become vanilla on offense.

Minnesota Vikings 37 at New York Jets 17 – For a moment it appeared as if the Jets might keep this one closer than the spread. Then, Minnesota realized they were playing the New York Jets. That’s when the Vikings decided to turn things up and dominate.

New England Patriots 38 at Chicago Bears 31 – Must hand it to the Bears, they kept fighting throughout this game even though at no point did anybody believe Chicago might actually upset the New England Patriots. Chicago’s put together a tough football team that has no quit and can hang with most any squad in the NFL.

Buffalo Bills 5 at Indianapolis Colts 37 – Bills offense took a huge step backward. Josh Allen has a lot to learn, but Buffalo truly missed the rookie quarterback on Sunday. Not that Allen could have done anything to stop Andrew Luck from, again, throwing 4 TD passes. Luck’s now thrown 8 touchdowns to 3 interceptions in Indianapolis’ last 3 games.

Detroit Lions 32 at Miami Dolphins 21 – Detroit’s turned into a legitimate contender for the NFC North Division. The Lions played well holding the Dolphins to only 21 points, but, man, Detroit’s offense has truly come together. Lions could be one of the tougher teams to deal with in the playoffs.

New Orleans Saints 24 at Baltimore Ravens 23 – Justin Tucker’s missed extra point’s why the Saints escaped Baltimore with a 24-23 win. New Orleans rallied to take the lead before the Tucker miss. Saints are now on a 5 game winning streak and a 4 game winning streak against the spread. Hard not to call Who Dat one of the best teams in the league.  

Dallas Cowboys 17 at Washington Redskins 20 – Dallas tried to rally but came up just short. Washington managed 20 points against one of the top defenses in the NFL. Rumor has it, Cowboys looking to acquire Oakland wide receiver Amari Cooper. They’ve got to do something to get their offense going.

L.A. Rams 39 at San Francisco 49ers 10 – We though the 49ers might play much tougher than what they did when losing by 29 points to the Rams. San Francisco looked out of sorts in every way. The worst part is that 49ers’ coaching staff made no changes to the game plan.

Cincinnati Bengals 10 at Kansas City Chiefs 45 – Patrick Mahomes threw 4 TD passes, but the real story in KC’s 45-10 win over Cincinnati is how the Chiefs held the Bengals to only 10 points. Cincinnati’s got a decent offense led by Andy Dalton and A.J. Green. If Kansas City’s defense keeps this up, Chiefs will be impossible to beat.  

Online bookies should have used their layoff accounts on: Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, Detroit Lions, L.A.  Rams

Bookie agents should have set max money line betting limits on: Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins

Things to Keep in Mind to Manage NFL Week 8 Betting

Saints are +1.5 dogs on the road against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 8. Absolutely set max betting limits on Saints moneyline if odds drift to New Orleans +2.5 or higher. Also, use your layoff account on New Orleans because they’ve gone 4-0 ATS in their last 4.

Not using your layoff account on Rams at 49ers backfired. It shouldn’t backfire in Week 8 because Rams are -9 favorites against Green Bay. Packers battle Los Angeles after their bye while going 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings.

So far, 90% of NFL handicappers are willing to lay the -13.5 on New England against Buffalo. Don’t mess around. If Patriots are over bet in your book, use your layoff account.

NFL Betting Stats Update

Top 5 ATS and Over/Under

** Records before NFL Week 7 Sunday Results

  1. Kansas City Chiefs 6-0-0 ATS, 4-2-0 O/U
  2. Detroit Lions 5-1-0 ATS, 3-3-0 O/U
  3. Cleveland Browns 5-2-0 ATS, 3-4-0 O/U
  4. Baltimore Ravens 4-2-0 ATS, 2-4-0 O/U
  5. Cincinnati Bengals 4-2-0 ATS, 4-2-0 O/U

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