2016 NFL: Week 7 Picks

By Danabeshouse
Oct. 19, 2016

I'm a big believer in giving credit where it's due. That being said, I got to give it up for the Dallas Cowboys. I originally picked them as a wild team, but now I'm thinking this team could have a home game in the second round. This team is looking like the 2014 Cowboys team that was one catch away from the NFC Championship. Hopefully they let the kid Dak Prescott keep the job, which according to sources say he'll at least start the next game after the bye. Don't mess with the chemistry.

Chicago Bears At Green Bay Packers:

Whats up with Aaron Rodgers? Is he injured and we just don't know about it? Whatever the case, something ain't right in Green Bay. Still you gotta think the Packers will take care of business here right? No way they can lose two in a row at home in a span of four days right? (Packers 24 Bears 14)

New York Giants At Los Angeles Rams: Our second London game, cheerio mates! Is Odell Beckham officially back or did he just take advantage of a Baltimore secondary missing their best CB? This game should be a good indicator. Also, the stuff with the kicking net was cute at first, but now it's getting a little weird. Just let it go man. (Giants 26 Rams 20)

New Orleans Saints At Kansas City Chiefs: I get the feeling like this could be one of those crazy games where the lead changes five or six times. In the end Alex Smith will break Saints fans hearts one more time.   (Chiefs 33 Saints 31) 

Indianapolis Colts At Tennessee Titans: The Colts stink, plain and simple. I feel bad for Andrew Luck, he's running for his life in every game. Getting this bad team to two wins is a testament to that dude. My preseason pick of the Titans winning this crap heap of a division are still very much alive. Titans run for over two hundred yards here. Book it (Titans 38 Colts 23)

Minnesota Vikings At Philadelphia Eagles: I think everyone overrated the Eagles after their blowout win against the Steelers. The Eagles played that game like it was their Super Bowl. The Eagles slide will continue as the best defense in football will make Carson Wentz look like the rookie he is. Sam Bradford will have his vengeance! (Vikings 20 Eagles 10)

Cleveland Browns At Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals probably aren't as bad as their 2-4 record suggests. The four losses have come to the Steelers, Broncos, Cowboys, and Patriots. The schedule gets a lot softer starting with the hopeless Browns on Sunday (Bengals 34 Browns 20)

Washington Redskins At Detroit Lions: The Redskins can't really win five in a row, can they?                       (Lions 26 Redskins 23)

Oakland Raiders At Jacksonville Jaguars: There comes a time where all these 1:00 east coast games finally catch up to the Raiders (Jaguars 27 Raiders 23)

Buffalo Bills At Miami Dolphins: The Bills win streak will come to an end here, as they'll take the Dolphins lightly just like the Steelers last week. (Dolphins 24 Bills 19)

Baltimore Ravens At New York Jets: The only saving grace for the struggling Ravens is getting to play a team that is on the verge of imploding. Right before a much needed bye week too (Ravens 20 Jets 16)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers At San Francisco 49'ers: And the race for the #1 pick of the 2017 draft is officially on between the 49'ers and Browns (Bucs 30 49'ers 17)

San Diego Chargers At Atlanta Falcons: Well I'll just come right out and say it. This game has UPSET SPECIAL written all over it. The Chargers offense can keep up with the Falcons, they had extra time to prepare for this game, and the 2-3 record is deceiving. At the very least take the points here. (Chargers 31 Falcons 27)

 New England Patriots At Pittsburgh Steelers: What a shame that Ben got hurt, because this could have been an epic game. Instead, Landry Jones will not be able to keep up with Tom Brady (Patriots 37 Steelers 26)

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals: This game will tell us a lot about the direction of the NFC West. The 49'ers are a joke and the Rams aren't this division. I feel like the Cards need this game more, they need to beat a good team, especially at home on Sunday night (Cardinals 30 Seahawks 27)

Houston Texans At Denver Broncos: Oh boy. Yet another Brock Osweiler on the road against a good defense type of game. (Broncos 23 Texans 10)