Plenty of games in NFL Week 7 should provide bookie profits. We analyze 4 of the games that, with a few pay per head software tools, that should generate some NFL Week 7 betting opportunities.
4 NFL Week 7 Betting Opportunities
We want bookies to understand that these are just 4 games, though.
Think about what per head tools you can use to squeeze profit from every NFL game in Week 7.
Minnesota Vikings -3.5 at New York Jets +3.5
Close to 70% believe the Vikings easily cover the spread against the Jets. The Jets are a different team at home then on the road, though.
NYJ beat the Indianapolis Colts 42-34 in Week 6. In the game before, they beat the Broncos 34-16.
Minnesota’s better than the New York Jets, but NFL bettors are over wagering the Vikings. If Minnesota’s overplayed in your book, let the money ride. See if you can score big profit on the Jets at +3.5.
Definitely set max betting limits on both choices, though.
NFL Week 7: Cleveland Browns +3 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3
Strange that close to 70% feel the Bucs cover the spread at -3. Tampa Bay’s got a decent offense, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
Cleveland’s isn’t bad while the Buccaneers rank dead last in passing yards allowed per game.
Cleveland should win this game straight up because their defense is much better than Tampa Bay’s. Set max betting limits on both. Don’t use your layoff account if Bucs over bet in your sportsbook.
L.A. Rams -9.5 at San Francisco 49ers +9.5
The 49ers are 2-1 against the spread in their last 3. That includes covering versus the Green Bay Packers this past Monday night as a big -9.5 road dog.
The Rams are 0-3 ATS in their last 3. San Francisco appears destined to keep this one within the number, which means here’s a third contest where pay per head agents should shelve the layoff account.
NFL Week 7: New York Giants +5.5 at Atlanta Falcons -5.5
NFL bettors are all over the Falcons at -5.5 in week 7 to cover versus the New York Giants.
That’s hard to see happening since the Giants have enough skill players to expose a ridiculously bad Atlanta Falcons’ defense.
Here’s another where allowing money to ride, not using your layoff account could pay huge dividends. Put max betting limits on the Giants to win straight up.
The Giants don’t have a great defense, but it’s better than Atlanta’s.
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