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Week 7 NFL Betting Preview

2008 NFL Football Season Preview: Week 7

By: BoDog Sportsbook

Football preview for week 7 NFL action – all NFL games are viewed and previewed:

San Diego Chargers vs. Buffalo Bills
The Chargers looked OK on Sunday night, but it was a closer game than the final score showed. The San Diego secondary is still suspect and not playing up to its talent level. The Bills on the other hand have been playing solid football and are at home. They will sneak out a victory in a close one.

New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers
Drew Brees might be playing the best football in the league right now but he won’t be enough against an embarrassed Carolina team who head home after the beating Tampa Bay gave them. Steve Smith and Carolina will attack downfield and notch another win.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears
Can Minnesota score some points? Perhaps they could have traded for a head coach. They need someone to step up and lead this team down the field, and Brad Childress isn’t the guy to do it. The Bears lost a close one, but will be able to regroup and beat the Vikes.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
As many problems as the Steelers have had this year, they almost pale compared to the Bengals. Cincinnati and Detroit should be competing down the stretch for the first overall draft pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. This Sunday should help them both in their mighty quest for imperfection.

Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs
The Titans are the only undefeated team in the league. And they will be until at least Week 8, because the Chiefs are threatening no one.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins
The Ravens are starting to slide. There have been some injuries, but having a rookie under center is starting to hurt the offense and frustrate the defense. Miami lost on the last play to the Houston Texans, making it two games they’ve lost on a last minute play this year. Two plays and this young team is 4-1. Miami takes the game at home.

San Francisco 49ers vs. New York Giants
To say the Giants had some miscues on Monday night would be an understatement, but they are still the defending champions and they are the best team in the league right now. They’ll right the ship, and unfortunately for San Francisco, they will see it first hand.

Dallas Cowboys vs. St. Louis Rams
Will Roy Williams suit up for the Cowboys? Will T.O. play nice? Will 40-year-old quarterback Brad Johnson be able to get either one of them the ball? Chances are it will take more than a week to figure all of that out, so the Rams should be able to absolutely steal one from the in-flux Cowboys.

Detroit Lions vs. Houston Texans
Detroit without Jon Kitna or Roy Williams. Riiiiight… Houston gets its second win of the year.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Green Bay Packers
Wow. The Colts sure looked like the Colts last weekend. Now that Peyton Manning has got his timing back with his receivers, they should be able to get on a run. The Packers should lose this on a perfect day, but on a day where they have so many key injuries? No chance.

New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders
Brett Favre is missed in Green Bay this weekend. The Raiders aren’t so lucky. They’ll get a good reminder of what it’s like to lose to one of the best ever. Of course, they won’t be able to learn from that lesson either. Also: Is it possible that JaMarcus Russell throws the most beautiful worst ball ever? Yup. It’s true. Watch it. Strong, fast and yet effortlessly poor every time.

Cleveland Browns vs. Washington Redskins
The Browns showed up and shocked the world by beating the Giants, but it’s a lot harder to do when the world sees you coming. The Redskins will be able to put enough pressure on Derek Anderson to win as Anderson continues looking over his shoulder at Brady Quinn.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Seahawks already were without receivers. Now, they have to play without a quarterback too? It’s almost not fair for a legendary-now-lame-duck head coach to go out like this. The Bucs defense should be able to win this game on its own, even without Jeff Garcia’s help.

Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots
The Patriots will rebound, but when? When does Matt Cassell “get it”? Maybe not this year. Maybe not until Brady gets back and they get younger on defense. It’s going to be a small window for them at any rate, and it’ll get smaller after they lose to Denver at home on Monday night.

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