NFL Office Pool Picks Week 7
We’ll hold our breath, but we might have a full slate of football on Sunday in the NFL. With the league cracking down on protocols, we’ve seen less cases this week. Let’s hope this continues as there are some really interesting games to look at, including two NFC East games that have playoff implications. That is just hilarious. Are the Eagles the best team in the NFC East at this point?
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Giants vs Eagles: The Eagles will return Desean Jackson at wideout along with Lane Johnson on the offensive line. However, they’ve now lost star tight end Zach Ertz for a couple weeks. This team can’t catch a break, but they’re likely still the best team in the NFC East. It’s scary. Take the Eagles -4.5.
Lions vs Falcons: The Falcons fired Dan Quinn and then won a game. But the Lions looked fantastic against the Jaguars and also have some momentum moving forward. The Falcons should never be favorites unless they play the Jets or Jaguars. The Lions will score many points in this one. Take the Lions +2.5.
Browns vs Bengals: Baker Mayfield was benched the Browns’ game against the Steelers last week. Meanwhile, Joe Burrow rallied the Bengals early against the Colts but couldn’t continue the mojo in the second half and took a loss. The Browns have better athletes, but Burrow might just outshine Mayfield. Can the Bengals stop the Browns run game is the question. I’d still prefer the points. Take the Bengals +3.
Steelers vs Titans: The Steelers look like the best team in the league. This team embarrassed the Browns after so much hype the previous weeks. The defense is on point, and the offense has so many weapons. Meanwhile, the Titans have looked fantastic, too, but the defense struggled to get stops last week against the Texans. This is going to be fun, but I’m just not sold on the Titans defense right now. Take the Steelers +1.
Panthers vs Saints: The Saints are big time favorites against the Panthers. Maybe that shouldn’t be the case after all. The Saints defeated the Chargers in overtime and the Lions by just six points. Before those two games, they lost to the Packers and Raiders. The Saints are not over a touchdown favorite over any decent team. Take the Panthers +7.5.
Bills vs Jets: The line continues to rise week by week with the Jets. The Bills are now 13-point favorites with the Jets losing every game against the spread this season. The Jets haven’t even kept a game close this season. Meanwhile, the Bills haven’t looked great in the last two weeks. Certainly, that should change this week. Take the Bills -13.
Cowboys vs Football Team: Most people, like myself, expected Dalton to pick up where Dak Prescott left off. Maybe Dak is much better than any of us really wanted to admit, because Dalton looked terrible. However, Kyle Allen hasn’t looked much better. This is going to be a disaster of a game. And it still has playoff implications. Take the Cowboys -1.
Packers vs Texans: Aaron Rodgers struggled against the Buccaneers last week but has a big chance to rebound against a very bad defense in the Houston Texans. The Texans almost defeated the undefeated Titans, and their offense has started to click. However, I’d rather just take the over but if I had to take a team, I’d clearly take the Packers. Take the Packers -3.5.
Seahawks vs Cardinals: The Cardinals surprised on defense on Monday night. But who knows if this was because of Andy Dalton at quarterback or because of the Cardinals on defense? They’re one of the more inconsistent teams in the league. They won’t have any easy time stopping the Seahawks offense, though. Take the Seahawks -3.5.
Chiefs vs Broncos: The Broncos have one of the better defenses in the league, They’ve stopped some premier offenses, and they’ve looked crisp with their tackling. But stopping the Chiefs offense is extremely hard, and I’m not sure the Broncos can keep up, especially if they keep kicking field goals. Take the Chiefs -9.5.
49ers vs Patriots: The Patriots are not explosive offensively with Cam Newton at quarterback. He’s a run-first quarterback and doesn’t have ability to make big plays with his arm. The 49ers can. It’s going to be another blood bath under type game. I’d rather take the points. Take the 49ers -2.
Jaguars vs Chargers: We’ve got two teams with just one win going up against each other. However, the Chargers have been much better this season. They’ve just had a very hard schedule against some of the best quarterbacks in the league. Look for Justin Herbert to take advantage this week against a very bad Jaguars team. Take the Chargers -8.
Buccaneers vs Raiders: The Raiders might be for real this season. The offense is clicking. There’s weapons all over the field for Carr. But that Buccaneers defense was phenomenal against the Packers and could absolutely carry that over into this game. Take the Buccaneers -3.5.
Bears vs Rams: The Bears are 5-1 on the season. It’s fascinating that a team that benched their quarterback is 5-1. However, even though they’re 5-1, they’re nearly touchdown underdogs to the Rams. The Bears offense will not keep up with the Rams offense. Take the Rams -6.
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