Week 7 NFL Odds and Lines Highlighted By Largest Spreads in AFC East Division Matchups
The two largest spreads of NFL Week 7 are both divisional matchups featuring AFC East foes. The Miami Dolphins travel to play the Buffalo Bills as 16-point underdogs while the New York Jets will host the New England Patriots on "Monday Night Football" as 10-point underdogs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
Looking at the rest of the Week 7 spreads, the smallest number appears in a few other divisional matchups. In the AFC South, the Indianapolis Colts are 1-point favorites at home against the Houston Texans, and the Minnesota Vikings are 1-point favorites on the road against the Detroit Lions in an NFC North battle. The Los Angeles Chargers also head to Tennessee where the Titans are favored by one point.
NFL Spreads Week 7
Week 7's largest over/under total is 53.5 points and features the Atlanta Falcons hosting the Los Angeles Rams, a team that's coming off a season-worst offensive performance in Week 6. The lowest total of Week 7 is in the aforementioned Chargers vs. Titans game, which opened at 38 points, , according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
One other matchup of note is the "Sunday Night Football" game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles, with Dallas coming in as a 3-point favorite. The winner of that contest will claim the top spot in the NFC East.
With all the divisional matchups in Week 7, there are surely lots of opportunities for bettors looking for action.
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