2010 NFL Week 7 Lines – Week Seven Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: October 23rd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of Week 7 NFL Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 7 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 7 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 7 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

The Beastie Boys had it right when they said that “you gotta fight for your right to party!” There are a number of teams this week that could be facing situations in which they really have to prove to be victorious in NFL betting action, or they are just going to be too far away from the rest of the pack to sneak into the second season even with a great charge during the second half of the year.

The San Diego Chargers are probably Exhibit A in this situation. The Bolts have now been beaten as hefty road favorites in back to back weeks to the lowly Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams, and they now have four losses on the road already this season. The good news this week is that they’ll be back at home at Qualcomm Stadium. The bad news is that the New England Patriots, arguably the best team in AFC, if not the entire NFL, is coming to town. The Chargers are 2-0 SU and ATS this year in front of the hometown crowd, and a win this week is imperative, especially with this divisional race still being so tight in the AFC West. A loss will probably remove any realistic chance of capturing a Wild Card in the AFC, so this one has tremendous importance. San Diego is a 2.5 point favorite on the opening NFL lines this week.

The Dallas Cowboys are the other great example. HC Wade Phillips is sitting on one of the hottest seats in the NFL, and for good reason. His ‘Boys only have one win this season, and they aren’t looking good right now this weekend against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Dallas will fall three games out of first place with all three teams to still chase down with a defeat, something that New York would love to bestow upon it. QB Tony Romo might have to have a field day against this secondary, but you can bet that the offensive line is going to be in for a challenge against the formidable front seven in blue and white. Still, the oddsmakers are showing faith in Dallas, making it a three point home favorite on MNF.

The team that put Dallas in this spot, the Minnesota Vikings, have a crucial tilt with the banged up Green Bay Packers. The Pack were defeated in overtime for the second straight week last week, and they certainly don’t look like a division champion at this point in the season. Green Bay will welcome back QB Brett Favre to Lambeau Field and will try to beat him for the first time since leaving town three years ago. The Week 7 odds suggest that it will do just that, as the hosts are favored by 2.5 points over the Vikes.

Not all of the games this weekend are projected to be all that close, though. There are a pair of double digit point spreads on the board, and both are expected to certainly be romps.

The New Orleans Saints got back on track last week and got back into a tie for first place in the NFC South by crushing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now, QB Colt McCoy is likely to get yet another stern test. As if his first game against the Pittsburgh Steelers wasn’t hard enough… now he has to face the defending Super Bowl champs on the road. Yikes. There’s a reason that Cleveland is a 13.5 point underdog, the biggest on the board for the weekend.

The hapless Buffalo Bills are heading to the big crab cake, as they’ll come off their bye week and face the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore fell back out of first place as quickly as it snared the lead in the AFC North, and a trip here would be incredibly inexcusable, particularly in a game like this one against a team that should be beaten the mass majority of the time. The Bills are 13 point dogs to fall to 0-6 on the campaign.

2010 NFL Week 7 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 10/18/10):
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Week 7 Lines for Sunday, 10/24/10

403 Pittsburgh Steelers -3
404 Miami Dolphins +3
Over/Under 41

405 Cincinnati Bengals +3
406 Atlanta Falcons -3
Over/Under 43

407 Jacksonville Jaguars +9
408 Kansas City Chiefs -9
Over/Under 37.5

409 Philadelphia Eagles +3
410 Tennessee Titans -3
Over/Under 42.5

411 Washington Redskins +3
412 Chicago Bears -3
Over/Under 40.5

413 Cleveland Browns +13
414 New Orleans Saints -13
Over/Under 43

415 Buffalo Bills +13
416 Baltimore Ravens -13
Over/Under 40

417 San Francisco 49ers -3
418 Carolina Panthers +3
Over/Under 35.5

419 St. Louis Rams +3
420 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3
Over/Under 37.5

421 Arizona Cardinals +7
422 Seattle Seahawks -7
Over/Under 39.5

423 New England Patriots +2
424 San Diego Chargers -2
Over/Under 48

425 Oakland Raiders +8.5
426 Denver Broncos -8.5
Over/Under 43

427 Minnesota Vikings +2.5
428 Green Bay Packers -2.5
Over/Under 44

Week 7 Spreads for Monday, 10/25/10

429 New York Giants +3
430 Dallas Cowboys -3
Over/Under 44.5

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