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Week 7 NFL Betting Recap

October 24, 2016

With the exception of Monday Night Football between the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos, Week 7 of the NFL regular season is in the books.

Favorites during Week 7 were 6-7-1 straight up and 5-8-1 against the spread. The home team was 7-6-1 SU and 6-7-1 ATS. The over/under point total was 6-8.

The biggest dogs to win outright were San Diego +5 over Atlanta 33-30, Indianapolis +4 over Tennessee 34-26 and Philadelphia +3 over Minnesota 21-10.

The biggest favorites to cover were Cincinnati -11.5 over Cleveland 31-17, Green Bay -7.5 over Chicago 26-10 and New England -7.5 over Pittsburgh 27-16.

Detroit has won and covered three straight games after beating Washington 20-17 Sunday afternoon.

Oakland continues to impress on the road with its 33-16 victory over Jacksonville and is now 4-0 SU and ATS on the road. The four wins are its win total for the past two seasons combined on the road.

This was the first week the OVER did not have the majority as the UNDER cashed in 8 of the 14 games. In six contests between teams in the AFC, the OVER was 4-2. In six battles between NFC teams, the UNDER cashed in 5 of the 6. In two matchups between AFC and NFC teams, the over/under was 1-1.

The four games that had the lowest total points lines all cashed UNDER.

In five games that had the highest total point totals, the OVER cashed twice.

Week 7 Injuries

LeSean McCoy the Buffalo top running back aggravated a hamstring injury. He left during the third quarter and did not return.

Cleveland quarterback Cody Kessler suffered a concussion during the first quarter forcing the Browns to play rookie Kevin Hogan at quarterback.

Jamaal Charles the starting running back for Kansas City had knee swelling and only had once touch the entire game against New Orleans.

Washington cornerback Josh Norman suffered a concussion against Detroit.

Atlanta running back Tevin Coleman left the Falcons game against San Diego due to a hamstring problem.

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