betJACK Best Bets: Week 7 In The NFL

betJACK Best Bets: Week 7 In The NFL

Ayden Fahlstrom
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers gathers teammates together during game vs. New York Jets

We are already through six weeks of the NFL season, and there is just one undefeated team left standing. That would be the Philadelphia Eagles, and the rest of the NFL continues to battle it out to try to be in that next wave of teams. 

There are four more teams on bye in Week 7, but the two teams from Ohio are going to take the field in a pair of important games. Those two games are included as best betting options in Week 7, and another game can also be considered as a great bet to make. 

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Atlanta Falcons vs. Cincinnati Bengals -6.5

The Cincinnati Bengals might have turned a corner in Week 6 as they were able to come back and beat the New Orleans Saints. Things weren’t always easy in that game for the Bengals, but it was the Burrow-Chase combination that won the game late.

Cincinnati now hosts a surprising Atlanta Falcons team in Week 7, and this is a game that could feature a ton of points. Marcus Mariota is having a huge season for Atlanta, but the Bengals aggressive defense should cause some problems in this one. 

This game might be close for a half, but the Bengals are ultimately going to pull away late and cruise to a win to cover the 6.5-point spread. 

Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens -6.5

The AFC North Division was supposed to be one of the best in football this season, but things haven’t played out that way on the field. On Sunday, it will be the 3-3 Ravens taking on the 2-4 Browns and both teams could desperately use a win in this game. 

Cleveland comes into this matchup having lost three straight games, and that defense has been a major issue. The Browns gave up 38 points in Week 6 to the New England Patriots, and it just takes their dominant rushing attack out of the equation.

Baltimore is scoring 26.3 points per game this season, but they are also allowing 23.5 points on the other end. The Ravens continue to get great play from Lamar Jackson, but he just doesn’t always get a ton of help.

Unfortunately for the Browns, this will be a chance for Baltimore to figure some things out as they cruise to a double-digit victory. 

Green Bay Packers -5 vs. Washington Commanders

The Green Bay Packers enter Week 7 with a record of 3-3, and they have lost back-to-back games to the New York Giants and Jets. Green Bay is scoring just 17 points per game, and Aaron Rodgers finally looks like he is struggling.

Washington was able to snap a four-game losing streak in Week 6, but that win came against the lowly Chicago Bears. The Commanders are now without quarterback Carson Wentz and that’s going to leave a huge hole on offense. 

The Green Bay Packers are going to roll over the Washington Commanders in Week 7 as they pick up a double-digit victory. 

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