The Steelers won a game between unbeatens, both the Rams and 49ers showed they’re not handing over the NFC West to the Seattle Seahawks, and the Dallas Cowboys proved they might be the worst team in the NFL. Check out what happened in Week 7 so you can go ahead and make your bets against their NFL odds for next week.
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2021 Super Bowl LV
- When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021
- Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
2021 Super Bowl LV Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +385
- Baltimore Ravens +550
- San Francisco 49ers +3300
- New England Patriots +3000
- New Orleans Saints +1200
- Pittsburgh Steelers +900
- Dallas Cowboys +4000
- L.A. Chargers +15000
- Green Bay Packers +800
- Seattle Seahawks +650
- Philadelphia Eagles +6600
- L.A. Rams +1600
- Cleveland Browns +3000
- Minnesota Vikings +10000
- L.A. Raiders +4500
- Indianapolis Colts +2800
- Tennessee Titans +1600
- Houston Texans +15000
- Chicago Bears +3000
- Atlanta Falcons +20000
- Buffalo Bills +1800
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1200
- Denver Broncos +15000
- Carolina Panthers +8000
- New York Giants +50000
- New York Jets +100000
- Detroit Lions +10000
- Arizona Cardinals +4500
- Jacksonville Jaguars +50000
- Cincinnati Bengals +50000
- Miami Dolphins +10000
- Washington Football Team +50000
Steelers beat Titans in clash of, well, titans
One of the most important games of the season happened in Week 7. The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans. Although Tennessee mounted an amazing comeback, Steel Town held on for a nice 27-24 victory.
At the start of the season, many discounted Pittsburgh’s chances of winning the AFC North and challenging the mighty Kansas City Chiefs in the playoffs. Not anymore. The Steelers offered +2000 to +2400 odds to win the Super Bowl. So far, Pittsburgh has played like the best team in the NFL.
The Titans have played like the second or third best team in the league. Everyone still believes in Baltimore, but both Pittsburgh and Tennessee have something the Ravens don’t. Ryan Tannehill for the Titans and Big Ben Roethlisberger for the Steelers can throw the long ball with accuracy. That’s something Lamar Jackson has trouble doing.
Lamar and the Ravens host the Steelers on Sunday. If Pittsburgh upsets the Titans and Ravens back to back on the road, we must consider them the team with the best chance of dethroning KC.
49ers and Rams win, the Seahawks lose
Up until Week 7, everyone believed the Seattle Seahawks were the best team in the NFC. Heck, the Seahawks’ Vince Lombardi Trophy odds had fallen to a low +650, making them the third choice on the board to win the Bowl.
Of the two wins, San Francisco’s was more impressive. For the second week in a row, the 49ers blasted a solid opponent. In Week 6, SF took apart the Rams in a nice 24-16 win. Then on Sunday, the Niners beat the Patriots 33-6.
The Rams bounced back from their loss to the 49ers with a 24-10 win on Monday night against the Bears. Because Seattle lost 37-34 in overtime to Arizona, we must consider the Rams and 49ers contenders in the NFC West.
Seattle has the worst pass defense based on yards allowed in the NFL. The Seahawks take on the 49ers at home on Nov. 1. If San Francisco wins, they’re just a game behind the Hawks in the division.
Dallas might be worse than the Jets and three of Week 8’s top matchups
The Dallas Cowboys have been outscored 63-13 in their last two games. Sure, Andy Dalton has played quarterback, but Dalton has a lot of skill players around him.
What must concern Cowboys’ fans is how the coaching staff hasn’t made a single adjustment to stop the bleeding. The Boys are a mess in every phase of the game. They might be worse than the Jets. At least NYJ played respectably in an 18-10 loss to the Bills. The Washington Football Team beat the Cowboys 25-3.
This week the Steelers take on the Ravens, the 49ers and Seahawks battle, and the New Orleans Saints travel to Soldier Field to go head-to-head against the Chicago Bears. Those are the three top matchups for NFL Week 8.
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