Welcome to the weekly Sports Geek NFL free picks and predictions. Last week we decided we would reward our loyal visitors with a run down on our predictions of winners for each game in the NFL for the week. A lot of our visitors are in pick em NFL pools where it requires you to pick who will win each game – this NFL Week 7 picks and predictions guide should help. Week 7 of the NFL includes some great matchups, with our favorite being the Minnesota Vikings in Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. Check out the full free NFL Week 7 winner predictions below, and if you are new to The Sports Geek make sure you bookmark us.
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Week 7 NFL Winner Picks:
Green Bay at Cleveland – Green Bay wins it
San Fran at Houston – San Fran in a tight one
San Diego at Kansas City – San Diego by a touchdown
Indianapolis at St Louis – Indy with a blow out
New England at Tampa Bay – New England by a couple scores
Minnesota at Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh by a FG
Buffalo at Carolina – Carolina in a tight one
New York Jets at Oakland – New York wins
Chicago at Cincinnati – Cincy pulls out a win
Atlanta at Dallas – Atlanta continues their winning ways
New Orleans at Miami – New Orleans stays undefeated
Arizona at New York Giants – New York bounces back with a win
Philadelphia at Washington – Philly wins with no problem
Monday Night bonus total points (some people use this as a pool tie breaker) – 42
I took only two underdogs this week with Atlanta beating the Cowboys and San Fran beating Houston. If you are behind in your pool and need to be picking some underdogs try the Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings, both have legit shots at pulling out a road win. Good luck in your pools and NFL betting this week!
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