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Week 7 NFL OVER UNDER picks

Week 7 OU Predictions

Maybe you’ve already got your picks in for Week 7 of the 2020 NFL regular season, but by focusing only on point spreads, moneylines or fantasy, you’re robbing yourself of potential opportunities to make money on over/unders.

Here are several totals for this week (lines courtesy of SugarHouse Sportsbook and BetRivers Sportsbook) that are worthy of your attention.

Also check out our live NFL odds and full betting matchup reports on every Week 7 game.

Last week’s record: 12-8-2


This one is confusing. Both teams are bad, but that doesn’t mean this will be a low-scoring game. The Giants have actually averaged 27 points per game the last two weeks but have also surrendered 28 per outing. The Philly defense has given up 68 points in two games and the Eagles offense has scored at least 23 points in four consecutive weeks.

Both teams should easily hit the mid-20s (and the desperate Eagles should push 30) as this cruises over.


They can’t make this total high enough. Green Bay’s offense will be on a mission to make a statement after a messy performance in Tampa, and a bad Houston defense that just gave up 42 to the Tennessee Titans should be accommodating.

But the Packers defense was also exposed a bit by the Buccaneers, and Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is quietly playing at a very high level.

The Packers should make a run at 40 points but Houston should also score close to 30 in a shootout that smashes the over.


It’s scary targeting an under with the high-flying Chiefs, but they’re on short rest and going up against a decent defense here. They’ve also struggled a bit against divisional opponents this season, but I wouldn’t expect much from a Broncos offense that looked completely useless in Week 6.

Watch for the Chiefs to “settle” for 27 or 28 points in a one-sided affair. Not even sure we’ll hit the 40 mark here.

Brad Gagnon has been passionate about both sports and mass media since he was in diapers -- a passion that won't die until he's in them again. He was a lead contributor to an earlier incarnation of NationalFootballPost.com and was happy to return when new management revived the brand in 2020. Based in Toronto, he's covered the NFL since 2008 and has been a national NFL writer at Bleacher Report since 2012. He despises all 32 NFL teams equally but remains a fan of the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors. He can be reached at Brad@NationalFootballPost.com

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