NFL 2010 Week 7 Games: Betting Odds & Top Gambling Picks

NFL 2010 Week 7 Games: Betting Odds & Top Gambling Picks

The NFL betting season seems to get more and more intriguing by the week and with so much parity, folks are having a difficult time making their week 7 NFL picks.

The games on the week 7 slate feature a solid amount of even matchups and some close spreads along with other games that could be potential blowouts for betting fans to keep an eye on.

Here are football picks by the good folks at BetUS for four of the more interesting games of the upcoming week:

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Philadelphia at Tennessee, 1 pm Sunday

Andy Reid, the Eagles’ head coach, seems to have flip-flopped yet again and wants Kevin Kolb to start, which is the most likely outcome at QB.

Against a Tennessee defense that can get after the passer, Michael Vick might be the better option, even if he’s a bit dinged up.

Week 7 NFL Pick: Tennessee Titans win, 24-20

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens, 1 pm Sunday

With a spread of -13 going into this game, many fans are wary of taking the Ravens despite the Bills’ struggles.

But the Ravens are the type of team that feasts off the home crowd on defense and can often turn that energy into turnovers and even scores on defense which will allow them to win this one easily against a hapless Bills team.

Week 7 NFL Pick: Baltimore Ravens win, 31-13

New England Patriots at San Diego Chargers, 4:15 pm Sunday

The Patriots scored a huge home win over the Baltimore Ravens in overtime in week six, and all seems well.

The defense made plays when it had to and Deion Branch is back as Tom Brady’s potential new go-to guy or 1B receiver with Wes Welker.

But the Chargers have their backs against the wall and a history with the Patriots that says they can keep this one within the 2 ½-point spread.

Week 7 NFL Pick: New England Patriots 28, San Diego Chargers 26

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers, 8:20 pm Sunday

The Vikings and Packers aren’t quite the forces they were last year at this point but they both have the talent to win the NFC making this game a huge one yet again in the packed NFC North.

The Packers are ailing a bit in the injury department but as long as Aaron Rodgers is ready to go again, they have the edge at home in this game.

Charles Woodson will take away the Vikings’ only explosive passing game threat, Randy Moss, making the Vikes one-dimensional. The 2 1/2-point spread in favor of the Pack won’t save the Vikings in this one with Brett Favre still hurting and distracted.

Week 7 NFL pick: Green Bay Packers 23, Minnesota Vikings 17