expert picks, teasers, survivors picks and more – .

expert picks, teasers, survivors picks and more – .

The NFL Week 7 slate is full of spicy clashes – Bengals and Ravens, Chiefs and Titans, Colts and 49ers among them. While a number of other games seem quite lopsided to punters, that doesn’t mean this weekend’s lineup will be any less exciting. Betting on the games always requires the best quality preview if you are planning to win big as well.

Every week, we collect all of the best game picks and content from and SportsLine in one place, so you can get picks against the spread from our CBS Sports experts as well as additional content for each game – including pieces from top SportsLine experts and the SportsLine projection model, our staff’s best bets, survivor picks and more.

Let’s dive into it.

All NFL odds via Caesars Sportsbook.

Panthers among the giants

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try for free)
Open: Panthers -3, O / U 44.5
Running: Panthers -3, O / U 43

“No, it’s no fun betting on the New York Giants, but do you want to bet on the Panthers as a road favorite? Carolina will be without Christian McCaffrey again this weekend, and they’ve lost three straight after starting 3-0. Sam Darnold was playing excellently at the start of the season, but has thrown four touchdowns and six interceptions in his last three games. a lot on the Giants that I love, but defensively they’ve been good enough to believe they’ll be able to limit the Panthers on Sunday and help keep this game close. banana peel and grope for the millionth time, but Carolina is just as prone to accidents. “

It’s Tom Fornelli, who knows how to make the best bets. He is 12-6 on the year in anticipation of ATS games. Check out his other favorite predictions for week 7 here.

Jets at the Patriots

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS), broadcast on Paramount + (click here)
Open: Patriots -7, O/U 44
Running: Patriots -7, O / U 42.5

SportsLine expert and CBS fantasy and gambling publisher RJ White knows his stuff when it comes to better bets. He’s been SportsLine’s No.1 expert in the NFL for the past four years, with a 57.1% success rate on SuperContest picks over the past six seasons. This race includes two finishes in the silver, including an 18th place out of 2,748 registered in 2017.

We can tell you that he likes the Patriots bouncing back and going about business against rival Jets this week, but you’ll want to head over to SportsLine for a full breakdown of his expert week 7 screenings.

Bengals with Ravens

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS), broadcast on Paramount + (click here)
Open: Crows -6, O / U 48.5
Running: Crows -6.5, O / U 46.5

“The Bengals are legitimate, I think. Their defense is good, especially against the run. Joe Burrow is really starting to come out of the post-ACL injury. Jonah Williams doesn’t have enough credit to play LT well. And Ja’Marr Chase is an absolute freak out there. The Bengals played it well in terms of the draft and it pays dividends. I’m not sure if I’m still 100% sold on Zac Taylor as “the guy” but Bengals fans shouldn’t be either. John Harbaugh is the guy, however, and Baltimore cooks. Lamar Jackson is running less than ever this year, Marquise Brown has a third year breakout, Rashod Bateman is back from injury and Mark Andrews looks like a monster there. I think the Ravens could flex on people over the next few weeks. “

That’s Will Brinson’s take on this AFC North showdown, which he says could actually be off balance. Check out Brinson’s full rundown of Week 7 ATS picks and top bets here.

Chefs at Titans

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS), broadcast on Paramount + (click here)
Open: Chefs -3, O/U 56.5
Running: Chefs -4.5, O/U 54.5

“The Chiefs have decided they’re back. (They are) a good bet to win the division at +110 at the moment. There is so much football to play. And if you look at how they’ve covered the last few weeks, they’re scoring late. Like, they know they can’t stop nobody, so they’re just bombs. So I’m going to take KC to roll in this one, with Tennessee coming off an emotional win over the Bills on Monday night and playing over a short week. “

It’s Will Brinson from the “Pick Six NFL Podcast,” where Pete Prisco and RJ White joined the conversation to preview the Chiefs-Titans clash. RJ leans in Tennessee, while Prisco also buys that the Chiefs are ready to play, taking over for a game he expects to be “in the ’60s.” Check out the full episode and subscribe to “Pick Six” for daily NFL bliss:

Falcons with dolphins

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try for free)
Open: Dolphins -2, O / U 47.5
Running: Falcons -2.5, O / U 47.5

“The Dolphins play a week after being in London, while the Falcons come off a pass. That’s a big advantage for the Falcons. The Dolphins have serious injury issues. Look for Matt Ryan and the Falcons to win two in a row after winning in London two weeks ago. The Falcons take it. “

Pete Prisco is pretty confident about this one, projecting Atlanta to not only beat Miami, sending the Dolphins to 1-6, but to cover as well. Check out the full list of Prisco’s Week 7 predictions here.

Washington à Packers

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try free)
Open: Packers -7, O / U 49.5
Running: Packers -7.5, O / U 48.5

Tyler Sullivan was on fire with his best bets of the 2021 season, going 4-1 ATS with his Locks of the Week in Week 6, bringing his season total to 20-7- 3 on the best bets. Here he takes a look at Green Bay, with Aaron Rodgers and Co. coming off an emotional victory over rival Bears and now set to face Washington’s surprisingly poor defense. The Packers are already big favorites, but he likes Rodgers enough to bet on the No.12 to secure the win and cover the spread, projecting a 10-point win for the home side at Lambeau.

Check out Sully’s full list of Week 7 ATS picks here.

Eagles at Raiders

Time: Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try free)
Open: Raiders -2.5, O / U 48
Running: Raiders -3, O / U 49

“The Eagles just suffered a 28-22 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which they gained 213 total yards of attack, the lowest of the season. Jalen Hurts didn’t look good when pitching football, but not enough blame is put on first. Head Coach of the Year Nick Sirianni. According to TruMedia, Hurts has managed to throw against the man this season. Unfortunately, the Raiders line up in zone defense on 80.9% of their defensive shots, which is the second highest percentage in the NFL. Give me the Raiders. “

It’s Jordan Dajani, who also believes the Vegas fan base will give the Raiders a boost in this between-conference showdown. He likes the home team to win and cover here. Check out Dajani’s full list of Week 7 ATS picks here.

Lions with rams

Time: Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try free)
Open: Rams -13.5, O / U 49
Running: Rams -16, O / U 50.5

Mike Tierney of SportsLine is all over the teasers this season. If you are not familiar, a teaser is a game that involves at least two games with more favorable point spreads than those offered with a traditional bet. Our picks will be limited to two-game, six-point teasers, meaning that half a dozen points will be added for our chosen team in each game.

We can tell you he likes to tease the Lions at +21 against the Rams 5-1, who host Detroit on Sunday. Head over to SportsLine to see what else he’s suggesting this week.

Texans among the Cardinals

Time: Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS), broadcast on Paramount + (click here)
Open: Cardinals -14, O / U 49
Running: Cardinals -17.5, O / U 47.5

The SportsLine projection model simulates each NFL game 10,000 times to predict the most likely winners for each week. And it’s a huge success, up nearly $ 7,700 for 100 players on the NFL’s top picks since its inception over six years ago. The model also enters Week 7 with an incredible 125-85 run over the top-rated picks from 2017, and the teams leading the model sims this year had a perfect 6-0. In other words, trust the model!

This week we can tell you that the model is very high on Arizona, which is a huge favorite over the Texans, but the Cardinals aren’t the only team he likes. Check out SportsLine for a full breakdown of this week’s picks.

Bears at Buccaneers

Time: Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS), broadcast on Paramount + (click here)
Open: Boucaniers -10.5, O / U 48.5
Running: Boucaniers -12.5, O / U 47

John Breech correctly predicted that the Jaguars would end a 20-game losing streak to upend the Dolphins in Week 6 (and even managed the final score!), And now he’s back with spicier projections for week 7. Justin Fields and the Bears struggled to maintain an attacking pace, but Chicago’s defense was effective in rushing the passer all year. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are obviously the top opponent, but they kept the Eagles close in Week 6. They come out of a long rest, but Breech likes the Bears to pick on the wire, predicting a 23-20 victory at Tampa Bay.

Check out the full list of Breech Week 7 predictions and ATS picks – full of big upsets – here.

49ers foals

Time: Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET (NBC), stream on fuboTV (try free)
Open: 49ers -5, O/U 44,5
Running: 49ers -4, O/U 44

The 49ers are looking to end a three-game losing streak when they host the Colts in prime time on Sunday night. And you’d be hard pressed to find anyone with a better idea of ​​San Francisco right now than national writer Tom Fornelli, who went 31-22 on the best bets in 2020 but had an impressive 15-6 choosing. 49ers matches. Does Fornelli expect Kyle Shanahan to get back on track at home? Or is Indianapolis really back in the race after routing the Texans?

We can tell you that Fornelli is looking at the total here, but his much stronger game is on the spread, where he is playing big on one side. Head over to SportsLine for its full ATS prediction.

Saints at Seahawks

Time: Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET (ESPN), stream on fuboTV (try for free)
Open: Saints -3, O/U 43,5
Running: Saints -4,5, O/U 42,5

SportsLine expert Larry Hartstein combined his extensive Vegas source network, along with his experience at Covers, Pro Football Focus and The Linemakers, to establish himself as an ATS monster. He’s a scorching 25-9 in his last 34 NFL picks, earning nearly $ 1,500 for $ 100 bettors.

Here, we can tell you he’s leaning in for the Saints’ trip to Seattle, but his complete blackout – including a cold lock prediction – is a must read on SportsLine.


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