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NFL Week 7: Schedule, Odds, Games to watch

The NFL action continues into Week 7, with teams jostling for position in their respective divisions, while there are some grudge matches and bounce-back games to look forward to.

Week 6 saw the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles fall as the last unbeaten teams in the NFL and both will be looking for responses at the first time of asking.

Week 7 Schedule, TV, Odds

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Location

Time (ET)

TV

Money Line

Jacksonville Jaguars

New Orleans Saints

Caesars Superdome

8:15pm 

Amazon Prime

Jaguars +100
Saints -120

Detroit Lions

Baltimore Ravens

M&T Bank Stadium

1pm 

Fox

Lions +145
Ravens -165

Las Vegas Raiders

Chicago Bears

Soldier Field

1pm

Fox

Raiders -160
Bears +140

Cleveland Browns

Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium

1pm

CBS

Browns -130
Colts +110

Buffalo Bills

New England Patriots

Gilette Stadium

1pm

CBS

Bills -400
Patriots +320

Washington Commanders

New York Giants

MetLife Stadium

1pm

CBS

Commanders -130
Giants +110

Atlanta Falcons

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Raymond James Stadium

1pm

Fox

Falcons +120
Buccaneers -140

Pittsburgh Steelers

Los Angeles Rams

SoFi Stadium

1pm

Fox

Steelers +145
Rams -165

Arizona Cardinals

Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field

1pm

Fox

Cardinals +300
Seahawks -380

Green Bay Packers

Denver Broncos

Mile High

4.25pm

CBS

Packers -120
Broncos +100

Los Angeles Chargers

Kansas City Chiefs

Arrowhead Stadium

4.25pm

CBS

Chargers +205
Chiefs -245

Los Angeles Rams

Arizona Cardinals

SoFi Stadium

4.25pm

Fox

Cardinals +230
Rams -280

Miami Dolphins

Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field

8.20pm

NBC

Dolphins +110
Eagles -130

San Francisco 49ers

Minnesota Vikings

U.S Bank Stadium

8.15pm

ABC

49ers -305
Vikings +245

Bills can put Pats to the sword

WhatBuffalo Bills @ New England Patriots
WhereGillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts 
When1PM ET, Sunday October 22
How to watchCBS
OddsPatriots +320, Bills -8.5

In one of the weekend’s divisional grudge matches, the Buffalo Bills make the trip to Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots on Sunday.

A rivalry in the AFC East that used to be dominated by the Pats, the Bills have been reversing the tide in this rivalry since 2020.

The Bills have won six of the last seven encounters with the Pats and are currently on a four-game winning streak against New England.

There were some injury concerns for Bills quarterback Josh Allen after their win over the New York Giants last time out, but he is expected to shrug off a shoulder injury to face the Pats.

New England are 1-5 and currently on a three-game losing streak ahead of the arrival of the Bills to Foxborough.

Buffalo will be confident of extending their winning run over the Pats to five and are -8.5 on the spread.

Eagles @ Dolphins the pick of the weekend

WhatMiami Dolphins @ Philadelphia Eagles
WhereLincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
When8.20PM ET, Sunday October 22
How to watchNBC
OddsDolphins +110, Eagles -2

The Philadelphia Eagles were brought back to earth last weekend with a 20-14 defeat at the hands of the struggling New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

Eagles’ quarterback Jalen Hurts had a night to forget, throwing three interceptions to see the Jets claim the win in New Jersey.

Philadelphia were 5-0 heading to MetLife Stadium without really hitting top gear and they were found out against the Jets.

The Eagles are likely to need their best performance of the season so far on Sunday as they welcome another 5-1 side in the Miami Dolphins to Lincoln Financial Field.

Miami’s offense has been outstanding this season and they will certainly put the Eagles under pressure this weekend.

Scoring 223 points already this year with an average of 37 a game, the Dolphins will head to the Linc full of confidence they can cause an upset, with Miami at +110 for the win.

49ers eyeing response

WhatSan Francisco 49ers @ Minnesota Vikings
WhereU.S Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
When8.15PM ET, Monday October 23
How to watchNBC
OddsVikings +245, 49ers -7

Like the Eagles, the San Francisco 49ers also suffered their first defeat of the campaign in surprising circumstances with a 19-17 defeat at the Cleveland Browns.

Few saw that result coming, especially after the 49ers had demolished NFC Conference rivals the Dallas Cowboys 42-10 in their previous game.

San Francisco has a good opportunity to get back to winning ways at the first time of asking, as they make the trip to the U.S Bank Stadium to face the Minnesota Vikings in Monday Night Football.

The Vikings have been a mixed bag this season, as their 2-4 record would suggest, and they will be without star wide receiver Justin Jefferson again as he is on Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury.

With Minnesota already losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Eagles, LA Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs this season, the 49ers should come away with Minneapolis with the spoils. The 49ers are favored by -7 on the spread for this one.

Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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