The opening Week 7 NFL odds dropped overnight after a blockbuster Sunday that included a third straight Cowboys loss, an upset by the Texans over the Chiefs in Kansas City and a possible resurgence of Kirk Cousins. Here are the top early Week 7 NFL trending betting odds that you need to keep an eye on throughout the week.
Early NFL Trending Odds Week 7
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Kansas City at Denver at 8:20 PM ET
Spread: Kansas City -3½
Kansas City might have dropped two straight while Denver has won two in a row, but the Chiefs are still the pick to get the road win in this AFC West divisional rivalry, seeing as how the Broncos average a paltry 17.7 points per game and have beaten up n the dysfunctional Chargers and Titans the last two weeks.
Sunday, October 20, 2019
Oakland at Green Bay at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Green Bay -6½
The Raiders have won two straight and are well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend following their stunning upset at home of Chicago in Week 5. The Packers host the Lions on Monday night after taking out Dallas by 10 points at home last weekend. While Oakland looks god right now, remember, Aaron Rodgers is not Mitch Trubisky or Jacoby Brissette for that matter.
Houston at Indianapolis at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Indianapolis -2
The Colts had a bye this past weekend after upsetting Kansas City in Arrowhead two weeks ago, but Houston is riding high right now after taking out the Falcons and Chiefs the past two weeks while putting 84 combined points on the board along the way. With the way Houston’s Deshaun Watson is playing right now, the Texans are tough to bet against.
Arizona at N.Y. Giants at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: NY Giants -3
The G-Men might be playing at home, but they’ve dropped two straight while getting held to 14 points or less each time out. Arizona has managed to get past Cincinnati and Atlanta the last two weeks as rookie Kyler Murray has shown why he was the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft. While the Giants will have a good chance of getting back in the win column, I firmly believe that Murray is infinitely better than rookie counterpart Daniels Jones in this Week 7 pairing.
San Francisco at Washington at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: San Francisco -10
The Redskins may have gotten their first win of the season this past weekend, but they narrowly got past the downright awful Miami Dolphins to do so. San Francisco remained unbeaten by steamrolling the Rams on Sunday, and now the Jimmy Garoppolo and company are looking quite attractive in this matchup even as a near double-digit road favorite.
Minnesota at Detroit at 1:00 PM ET
The Lions had a bye this past weekend after narrowly falling to the Chiefs two weeks ago, but Detroit will have their hands completely full against a division rival Vikings team that has won two straight and opened up a can of whup-ass against Philly in Sunday’s convincing 38-20 beat-down win.
L.A. Chargers at Tennessee at 4:05 PM ET
Spread: Tennessee -2½
The Bolts are coming off consecutive losses to Denver and Pittsburgh and have looked nothing like the Super Bowl contenders they expected to be coming into the 2019 campaign. Still, L.A. is looking good in Week 7 when you consider the fact that Tennessee just benched Marcus Mariota in favor of the thoroughly mediocre Ryan Tannehill.
Baltimore at Seattle at 4:25 PM ET
Spread: Seattle -4
Baltimore has won two straight, but I don’t think anyone can get really worked up over the fact that the Ravens have narrowly gotten past Pittsburgh and Cincinnati the last two weeks. For me, Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks have been far more impressive in winning three straight, including a thrilling comeback win against the loud-mouthed Baker Mayfield and the over-hyped Cleveland Browns.
New Orleans at Chicago at 4:25 PM ET
Spread: Chicago -4
The Bears are well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend as they look to rebound from their upset road loss at Oakland. Unfortunately, Chicago has no rushing attack after foolishly trading Jordan Howard while quarterback Mitch Trubisky is looking more and more like a bust. Even without star quarterback Drew Brees under center, New Orleans hasn’t missed a beat with veteran Teddy Bridgewater calling the shots.
Philadelphia at Dallas at 8:20 PM ET
Spread: Dallas -3
Sure, the Eagles were on the wrong end of a humbling loss to Minnesota this past weekend, but Dallas has lost three straight and got utterly embarrassed by the lowly Jets on Sunday. The Boys might be at home in this Week 7 NFC East divisional showdown, but they are absolutely reeling, and things don’t look good right now for Dallas at all.