NFL Week Seven Predictions!

New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

24-17 Giants

Wake up early for this one, it could be interesting. Both these teams can shock people on any given Sunday, and in London, things will be fun. Look for Manning to use his wide receivers early and often tomorrow as the offense becomes to much in a close game.

New Orleans Saints vs. Kansas City Chiefs

24-21 Chiefs

This one could go either way. Both teams can somehow make this into an embarrassment, but for some reason, I’m feeling a close game here. Brees is to good to be embarrassed, and this Chiefs team is too good to lose to the Saints. Sorry New Orleans, but this one is not going your way.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans 

32-24 Titans

I’m really excited for this game. Mariota hasn’t been discussed enough and could explode on the ground and in the air. Luck can get lucky and pull this game out, but this is going to be a day where Mariota makes some noise. Titans win.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles

21-17 Eagles

This is it. The Vikings will finally lose. Wentz is going to have another career day where he proves he belongs—again. The Vikings are a very good team, but they can’t be this could…can they?

Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

24-13 Bengals

Another week, another loss for the Cleveland Browns. They are plain and simply a bad team, and the Bengals are better than their record shows. This is going to be a boring game so just change the channel because the Bengals are going to win in a pointless game.

Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

28-24 Redskins

This will be a fun offensive game. It won’t be the highest scoring game, but look for some fun quarterback play in this one. The Redskins need this game to keep pace with the Cowboys, and in a close one, they’ll pull through.

Oakland Raiders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

28-21 Raiders

Like always, I’m rolling with the Raiders. This is their year, this is their season, and the Jaguars just aren’t the team that is going to beat them. Not much to say except another Raiders win.

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

24-17 Bills

For some reason, the Bills decided to be good this year. Everything is coming together, and even though they won’t win the division, this could be a playoff year. A game like this is a must win for the Bills, and they will pull through in the end.

Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Jets 

24-17 Ravens

This will be the nail in the coffin, if it hasn’t hit yet, for the Jets. I’m making it close only because it’s at home, but Geno is not the guy to get the job done—plain and simple. The Ravens are not the team for the Jets to find their talent again, and I hate to say it, but come 4 o’clock, the Jets season will be over.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. San Francisco 49ers

28-13 Buccaneers

This is going to be Winston’s breakout game. The 49ers have been an embarrassment so far, and look for the Buccaneers quarterback to have a field day. This is going to be a balanced win for Tampa Bay, and it should be a fun one for their fans.

San Diego Chargers vs. Atlanta Falcons

35-24 Falcons

This Falcons offense is just loves to score. Matt Ryan is having a career year and Julio Jones is doing Julio Jones things again. This is a fun team to watch, and if their defense can play consistent, it could become a threat later on when it matters most.

New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

31-16 Patriots

If only injuries didn’t exist. This game was supposed to be a historic showdown, but with Big Ben out for the long run, this game becomes another Brady domination. What could have been is going to be what this game is remembered for. Flip the channel.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals

21-14 Seahawks

This is going to be a showdown. Sunday Night. Division Rivals. What more can you ask for? It’ll be a close one, but Wilson is a proven winner and a late drive for the win is going to be what sets these two teams apart.

Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos

24-17 Broncos

This Monday could actually be fun. Division rivals meet again under the lights in a battle for first place. The Broncos are winners, the Texans just haven’t figured that part out yet. It’s going to be close, but defense wins championships…and games.

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