Free Preview: NFL PickBook Week 7
A few cross-conference match-ups are ahead in week 7 and Rob Trayah dives into a few games to show where you can lay down your cash this Sunday.
A nice slate of games for Week 7 of the NFL with no team being favored by more than double digits excite one, the LA Rams. We wills tart with the early game and find a couple more through out the day that you should be looking at to help with your wallet.
|Team||Opp||Last5||H/A||STR||WG O/U||WG ML||Caesars O/U||Caesars ML||CGT O/U||CGT ML||BreakDown|
|Los Angeles Chargers||Tennessee Titans||4-1||5-3||45||-275||45||-270||45||-270||45||-275||0||45.5||-270||45.5||-265||Over the past seven years and including last week's Seahawks game, the winner of the London game was 21-1 ATS. If you like the Titans, ML is another option. However, the Chargers are the play here. No Melvin Gordon, but that shouldn't matter that much. This LAC team has proven to actually win on the road and travel time zone with wins at Buffalo and last week at Cleveland. The Titans are coming off two terrible losses to the Bills and last week's embarrassing shutout to the Ravens. After an 11 sack week, a short turnaround and flight to London will not bode well for the 31st ranked Titans in terms of QB sack percentage.|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||Houston Texans||2-3||3-5||42||-240||42.5||-220||42.5||-225||42.5||-200||0||42.5||-227||42.5||-225||There's no doubt the Jags have been bad lately, but take a deeper look into the schedule. After a big win over the Patriots, a complete trap game loss to the Titans at home followed by a Jets blowout. Then, Jacksonville goes on the road twice and loses, which really shouldn't be surprising. The surprising part is the defense not showing up, but here comes the struggling Texans 'offense into Jacksonville for a divisional game. Houston hasn't won on grass since Week 10, 2016, and the Jags' appear to have a healthy defense. Ride the home team.|
|Washington Redskins||Dallas Cowboys||1-4||3-5||41.5||-125||41.5||-125||41.5||-125||41.5||-125||0||41.5||-123||41.5||-120||Dallas travels to Washington looking for its first road of 2018, but the home team has turned into a dog with the line falling to +1. Alex Smith doesn't have a full arsenal with Jamison Crowder, Paul Richardson and Chris Thompson out, but this game is going to be won with defense. With wind in the forecast, expect a ground attack from both sides with a low scoring affair on tap.|