Free NFL Week 7 Teaser Picks

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Free NFL Week 7 Teaser Picks

Picking week 7 NFL betting winners is increasingly more difficult with every passing day.

Why? Upsets, comebacks, collapses, injuries.

How many handicappers predicted the Dallas Cowboys would go to CenturyLink Field and beat the famed 12th man AND the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks?

Or better yet, the Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals to tie in Week 6?

Glancing ahead at the slate of Week 7 games, we can expect this trend to continue, as some pivotal divisional matchups and other compelling contests are sure to shock us all once more.

How can you increase your odds of winning your bets? Tease the odds until the bets swing in your favor and here are my NFL week 7 teaser picks. Happy trails!

NFL Week 7 Two-Team Teaser Picks

  • Baltimore Ravens -1
  • Seattle Seahawks -.5

Atlanta Falcons at Baltimore Ravens
When: Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:00 pm ET
TV: FOX
Teaser Betting Line: Baltimore -1

Analysis: This matchup is a story of two teams going in opposite directions. After upsetting New Orleans 37 to 24 in Week 1, Atlanta has gone 1 and 4 straight up and 1 and 4 against the spread. The lone victory, a 56 to 14 beat down of Tampa Bay, was supposed to keep Atlanta in the upper echelon of teams, but, then the Falcons dropped a game outright to Minnesota and it’s been all downhill from there.

Baltimore has won 4 out of their last 5 and was actually in the game up until the very end versus Indianapolis, one of the best teams in the NFL, in a 13 to 20 loss. The Ravens defense is good enough to take advantage of a beat up Atlanta offensive line while the Falcons’ offense is going to get shredded by Joe Flacco, Steve Smith and Torrey Smith.

Pick: Baltimore -1

Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams
When: Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:00 pm ET
TV: FOX
Teaser Betting Line: Seattle -.5

Analysis: Yep, Dallas beat Seattle in Seattle, but it wasn’t like the Cowboys dominated the Seahawks. The loss isn’t a sign that suddenly, teams like St. Louis are going to be able to be competitive against the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Seattle should come back guns blazing against a St. Louis defense that is allowing 152.5 yards per game on the ground. Russel Wilson and Marshawn Lynch should have no trouble running right down the field against a defense like that. St. Louis QB Austin Davis has played well lately, but he’s still a back-up quarterback.

Pick: Seattle -.5

NFL Week 7 Three-Team Teaser Picks

  • Baltimore Ravens -1
  • Seattle Seahawks -.5
  • Carolina Panthers +13

Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers
When: Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:00 pm ET
TV: FOX
Teaser Betting Line: Carolina +13

Analysis: Because of their defense, the Packers probably shouldn’t be giving up 13 points to anybody. Opponents rush for 154.3 yards per game against the Packers’ D. That will be music to the ears of the Carolina Panthers who found a rushing attack in their 37 to 37 tie against Cincinnati.

The Panthers racked up 147 yards on the ground. It was all Cam Newton who rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown off of 17 carries. Newton also passed for 284 yards and 2 touchdowns. Green Bay let Ryan Tannehill rush for 49 yards off of 3 carries and throw for 244 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Packers’ 27 to 24 victory in Week 6.

Cam could go off on Sunday.

Pick: Carolina +13

NFL Week 7 Four-Team Teaser Picks

  • Baltimore Ravens -1
  • Seattle Seahawks -.5
  • Carolina Panthers +13
  • New Orleans Saints +8.5

New Orleans Saints at Detroit Lions
When: Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:00 pm ET
TV: FOX
Teaser Betting Line: New Orleans +8.5

Analysis: Backing New Orleans on the road is tough and we’d probably go the other and take Detroit at -2.5 if we we’re making this game one of our parlay picks, but we can’t give Sean Payton and Drew Brees over 7 points even if it is a road contest.

The Saints go into this off of a bye week. Payton is still one of the better coaches in the league. You have to figure that he and Brees spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to exploit the Detroit defensive backfield without Jimmy Graham. The big tight-end will be out for at least 2 to 3 weeks.

Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan had to be thinking about how to contain Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush, both of whom should return to the Detroit starting line-up, in this matchup. Even it turns into a shoot-out and the Saints lose, the Lions shouldn’t beat them by more than 8 points.

Pick: New Orleans +8.5