NFL Odds, Choices, Lines, NFL Predictions for Week 7: Dolphins...

Odds, Choices, Lines, NFL Predictions for Week 7: Dolphins and Packers Love Advanced Computer Models

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Jalen Ramsey's trade of the Jaguars from Jacksonville to the Los Angeles Rams sends one of the best NFL defenders across the country. Rams' head coach Sean McVay hopes Ramsey will be available to reinforce Los Angeles defense without cornerback Aqib Talib and safety John Johnson. According to the latest NFL ratings, the Rams visit the Falcons as favorites on the field, on the fast track of the Mercedes-Benz stadium. Meanwhile, the Jaguars visit the Bengals, with Ramsey's former team being favored by 4.5 points, one of the tightest lines of the week in the NFL. The probabilities for the NFL will continue to evolve with the approach of the coup de send, the fall weather forecast will become clearer and inactivity will be announced. Before making your choice in the 7th week of the NFL, be sure to check out the NFL forecasts of the proven SportsLine projection model.

The model, which simulates 10,000 times each NFL game, represents an increase of nearly $ 7,000 for $ 100 players among its best selections in the NFL since its inception four years ago. He has nailed his recent NFL selections to the top of the charts as he entered Week 7 of the NFL's 2019 program on a solid run of 24-15 going back to last season. It's also on an incredible 86-58 roll among the NFL's top picks dating back to the 2017 season. And in Week 6, the Patriots (-17) have covered a wide range against the Giants and the Seahawks (+1), winning directly as an outsider against the Browns.

The model also ranked in the NFLPickWatch Top 10 for the third consecutive year among consecutive NFL playoffs and beat over 96% of players in the CBS Sports pool. Anyone who followed is up.

Now he's looking at the latest NFL odds in Week 7, simulated with every shot and his footballing predictions. One of the best predictions of the NFL at the 7th week recommended by the model: the Packers (-4.5) cover at home against the Raiders.

Aaron Rodgers and the offensive draw the most attention to Green Bay, but that is the defense that impressed early in 2019. The Packers rank ninth in the NFL defensemen scoring 19.2 points per game, helping them to score 5 A record and a 4-2 record against the gap so far in the first year of Coach Matt LaFleur. Oakland quarterback, Derek Carr, stays 250 yards and intercepts model simulations while Green Bay covers more than 50% of the time.

Another choice among the NFL week 7 models: the Dolphins (+17) cover the road against the Bills.

While the Dolphins making another change at quarterback between Josh Rosen and Ryan Fitzpatrick certainly indicate that Rosen is not the long-term fix in Miami, they also indicate that the winless team is not sitting quietly. The Dolphins want to win, and they clearly see Fitzpatrick as the best choice since he almost led an impending victory last week against Miami. "FitzMagic" is a veteran who knows how to win football matches. The model indicates that Miami covers more than 50% of the simulations, but the final report also has a value (41.5).

The model also launched a call for the Cowboys and Eagles showdown at Sunday Night Football and said a Super Bowl candidate was going badly this week. You can only get each choice for each match at SportsLine.

What NFL choices can you confidently make in Week 7? And which competitor of the Super Bowl breaks down? Check out the latest NFL ratings below, then visit SportsLine to see which NFL teams win more than 50% of the simulations, all from the nearly $ 7,000 model on their top NFL choices.

Arizona Cardinals at the New York Giants (-3, 50.5)
Houston Texans at the Colts of Indianapolis (-1,47)
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills (-17, 41.5)
Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions (+2.5, 43.5)
Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers (-4.5, 46.5)
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. the Cincinnati Bengals (+4.5, 44.5)
Los Angeles Rams to Atlanta Falcons (+3, 54.5)
49ers from San Francisco to the Washington Redskins (+10, 40)
Los Angeles Chargers in the Titans of Tennessee (-2.5, 41)
Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks (-3, 49)
New Orleans Saints at the Chicago Bears (-3.5, 37)
Philadelphia Eagles in the Dallas Cowboys (-2.5, 49)
New England Patriots at New York Jets (+9.5, 44)

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