NFL Week 7: Odds for each game

Daniel Jones, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles. (USA Today.)
Daniel Jones, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles. (USA Today.) /

Let’s see what games of the Week 7 NFL slate are worth wagering on.

Week 6 has two more primetime games left, but let’s see what the Week 7 NFL slate to offer.

Things continue to get more interesting in the league with each passing week. Undefeated teams like the Green Bay Packers fall for the first time, while winless ones like the Atlanta Falcons are able to put their first notch in the win column. As they always say, anything can happen on any given Sunday. Let’s see what these opening point spreads are. Odds are from Odds Shark.

Here are the point spread for all 14 games being played in Week 7.

Thursday, Oct. 22 (8:20 p.m. ET)

  • New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5)

Sunday, Oct. 25 (1:00 p.m. ET)

  • Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints (-7)
  • Green Bay Packers (-3.5) at Houston Texans
  • Buffalo Bills (-10) at New York Jets
  • Detroit Lions at Atlanta Falcons (-1.5)
  • Cleveland Browns (-4.5) at Cincinnati Bengals
  • Dallas Cowboys (-3) at Washington Football Team
  • Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans (-1)

Sunday, Oct. 25 (4:05 p.m. ET)

  • Seattle Seahawks (-3) at Arizona Cardinals

Sunday, Oct. 25 (4:25 p.m. ET)

  • Kansas City Chiefs (-9.5) at Denver Broncos
  • San Francisco 49ers at New England Patriots (-5)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers (-7)

Sunday, Oct. 25 (8:20 p.m. ET)

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-2) at Las Vegas Raiders

Monday, Oct. 26 (8:15 p.m. ET)

  • Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams (-7)

Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings are on bye.

Thursday Night Football will be back in action this week after not being part of our lives in Week 6. It will feature a pair of struggling NFC East teams, as the Philadelphia Eagles will be laying 6.5 points at home to the visiting New York Giants. Unless the Dallas Cowboys start getting things going, this will end up being one pitiful NFL division we will all have to endure watching play.

Sunday Night Football will be a real treat, as it will be the Jon Gruden Bowl between his former team he won a Super Bowl with in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the team he’s coaching for a second team in the Las Vegas Raiders. Fate would have it the Silver and Black are getting two points as the home dog in this primetime affair vs. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers.

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Monday Night Football will be between the Chicago Bears and the Los Angeles Rams. Chicago has gotten off to a blistering 5-1 start, while the Rams remain competitive in an ultra-competitive NFC West. If Chicago ends up winning this one on the road at SoFi Stadium, the Bears will be 6-1 and we’ll have to take them seriously as a threat to get to Super Bowl 55 in Tampa in February now.

What games do you see the most value on regarding the opening point spreads?