2023 NFL Week 7 Odds: Spreads, Totals, Props For Every Game

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The Jacksonville Jaguars head to New Orleans to take on the New Orleans Saints on Thursday to kick off Week 7 of the NFL season. Later in the week, we’ll get a divisional showdown between the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots. And then we head to Philly, where the Eagles will face off with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday Night Football.

NFL Week 7 updated odds and lines

Below is a full list of the best available Week 7 odds. The list includes point spreads, moneylines, and totals.

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Week 7 best odds and betting breakdown

Below is a breakdown of every NFL matchup taking place in Week 7:

Jacksonville Jaguars at New Orleans Saints 

Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video

The Jacksonville Jaguars have won three straight games, including two in London and a 15th straight home win over the division rival Colts. Trevor Lawrence suffered a knee injury late in the team’s Week 6 win. 

The New Orleans Saints have put up elite defensive numbers against the run and pass. Their offense has been inconsistent, with Derek Carr battling a shoulder sprain in recent weeks.  

Las Vegas Raiders at Chicago Bears

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The Las Vegas Raiders are averaging the second-fewest yards per carry (3.0) after Josh Jacobs ran for a league-best 1,653 yards last season. They topped 20 points for the first time this season when Maxx Crosby produced a safety in the final minutes to beat the Patriots in Week 6. 

The Chicago Bears looked sharp in a Thursday night win at Washington to open Week 5, then fell back to earth while Justin Fields (thumb) had to leave a divisional loss to the Vikings. Khalil Herbert (ankle) is on injured reserve, and Roschon Johnson is in concussion protocol. 

Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

With Deshaun Watson (shoulder) unable to return in Week 6, the Cleveland Browns signed P.J. Walker, and the former XFL quarterback played well enough to lead them in an upset win over the Super Bowl favorite 49ers. Cleveland’s defense has allowed just 1,002 yards through five games, the best mark since 1971.  

The Indianapolis Colts will move forward with Gardner Minshew under center as Anthony Richardson (shoulder) considers undergoing season-ending surgery to address his injury. Jonathan Taylor (ankle) is splitting time with Zack Moss after signing a $42 million extension. 

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Buffalo Bills lost key defenders Tre’Davious White (Achilles), Matt Milano (leg), and Daquan Jones (pec) to long-term or season-ending injuries and struggled to beat the Giants in Week 6 after returning from a loss in London. Josh Allen leads the NFL with a 71.7% completion rate. 

After taking their worst consecutive losses since 1970, the New England Patriots were competitive in a road game at the Raiders. Add cornerback Jonathan Jones (knee) and offensive tackle Tyrone Wheatley (knee) to a long list of injuries for this struggling team.  

Washington Commanders at New York Giants 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

The Washington Commanders snapped a three-game losing streak with a 24-16 win at Atlanta in Week 6. The Commanders are passing at the third-highest rate (66.7%) this year, and Sam Howell has taken a league-high 34 sacks.

The New York Giants got Saquon Barkley (ankle) back and competed against the Bills on Sunday, with Tyrod Taylor stepping in for Daniel Jones (neck). Their offense has gone three consecutive games without a touchdown and is averaging a league-low 11.8 points per game. 

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The Atlanta Falcons have dropped three of their last four games, with second-year quarterback Desmond Ridder committing seven turnovers with a 77.5 passer rating in that span. The Falcons are on the road for three of their next four games. 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were unable to keep pace with a red-hot Lions team as they emerged from their Week 5 bye. Mike Evans appears to be limited by a hamstring injury, and the Bucs’ secondary has been diminished by injuries early in the season. 

Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The Detroit Lions got a win in Week 6 — their fourth in a row — despite losing lead back David Montgomery (ribs). Jared Goff is sporting the fourth-best passer rating (105.1) in the NFL while averaging 8.0 yards per attempt. 

The Baltimore Ravens return after hanging on to beat the Titans in London. The Ravens are 4-2 after dropping a couple of close games to the Colts and Steelers. They’re deploying a new-look offense under Todd Monken but continue to run at the second-highest rate (51.8%) in the NFL. 

Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, Fox

The Pittsburgh Steelers entered their Week 6 bye at 3-2 despite scoring the fourth-fewest points per game (15.8) with the lowest touchdown conversion rate (28.6%) in the red zone in the NFL. Their defense has averaged the third-most takeaways per game (2.2) through five weeks.

With Cooper Kupp (hamstring) back at close to full strength, the Los Angeles Rams have a balanced and dangerous offense. They rode Kyren Williams and an improving run game to a dominant second-half performance against Arizona on Sunday to move to 3-3. 

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, Fox

The Arizona Cardinals placed lead back James Conner (knee) on injured reserve and have struggled to score without the veteran available. Arizona’s defense is allowing the fifth-most total yards per game (376.7) and sixth-most points per game (27) during a 1-5 start. 

Coming off a bye in Week 6, the Seattle Seahawks gained 381 yards and picked up 22 first downs at Cincinnati yet only produced 13 points. Seattle’s defense is yielding the highest touchdown conversion rate (90%) on opponents’ red zone possessions, and their offense ranks 20th in that department. 

Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS 

The Green Bay Packers placed offensive tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) on season-ending IR prior to a Week 5 loss at the Raiders. Aaron Jones (hamstring) was a late scratch for that game, but head coach Matt LaFleur is optimistic about his lead back returning in Week 7. 

The Denver Broncos came into Week 6 allowing a league-high 36.2 points per game, then held the defending champion Chiefs to 19 points. Their offense produced a season-low 197 yards in that bout. 

Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

The Los Angeles Chargers expect to get lead back Austin Ekeler (ankle) back from injury for a Monday night matchup against the Cowboys to close Week 6. Justin Herbert is dealing with a fractured finger on his non-throwing hand. 

The Kansas City Chiefs have won five straight games since they dropped their opener without stars Travis Kelce and Chris Jones. Their defense is allowing the second-fewest points per game (14.7), and Patrick Mahomes has been sacked at the lowest rate (2.54%) in the NFL. 

Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

The Miami Dolphins are on a record pace with 2,992 scrimmage yards and 30 touchdowns through five games. They placed explosive rookie De’Von Achane (knee) on injured reserve and might activate veteran Jeff Wilson (knee) ahead of Week 7. 

The Philadelphia Eagles blew a late lead at the Jets in Week 6 as Jalen Hurts tied his career high with three interceptions. Offensive tackle Lane Johnson (ankle) got hurt in the contest, while Jalen Carter (ankle) and Darius Slay (knee) were reportedly held out for precautionary reasons. 

San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN

The San Francisco 49ers dropped their first regular season game with Brock Purdy under center while losing Deebo Samuel (shoulder) and Christian McCaffrey (oblique) to injuries in Cleveland on Sunday. Linebacker Dre Greenlaw (hamstring) missed the game, and offensive tackle Trent Williams (ankle) was in a walking boot after the 19-17 loss.

The Minnesota Vikings will be without Justin Jefferson (hamstring) until at least Week 10. Minnesota’s offense went 2-for-13 on third downs and produced just 220 yards at Chicago in Week 6 without the team’s leading receiver.

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