NFL Week 7: 1pm Cross-Conference Bets

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    ATL @ CIN1:00pmCIN -6.547.5CIN -6.5
    U 47.5
    NYG @ JAX4:05pmJAX -343NYG ML
    U 43

    Atlanta Falcons (3-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals (3-3)
    Injury Watch (Impact Players)
    Out: CB Casey Hayward (ATL), CB Dee Alford (ATL), WR Jared Bernhardt (ATL), LB Logan Wilson (CIN), LB Joe Bachie (CIN), DE Jeff Gunter (CIN), DT Josh Tupou (CIN)

    Game Preview: Both teams in this matchup are coming off a win. The Bengals have had an underwhelming start to the season, while the Falcons have been a pleasant surprise; both teams sitting at 3-3. If the Bengals offensive line can give Joe Burrow an additional half second to make a decision the passing game should be dominant for Cincinnati. With the Falcons missing both starting CBs, I expect to see Ja’Marr Chase and a well-rested Tee Higgins go off. Joe Mixon hasn’t produced much on the ground but was able to get into the end zone last week on a reception. I expect the check-down to be lethal this week for the Bengals offense.

    PICKS: I see the Bengals pass game being dominant and getting up early in the game. Expect a Bengals home win by more than 1 TD, and their defense keeping the score low for the Falcons. Take Bengals -6.6 and the Under 47.5.

    Bonus Player Prop: Joe Mixon anytime touchdown (-120)

    New York Giants (5-1) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4)
    Injury Watch (Impact Players)
    Questionable: LB Foyesade Oluokun (JAX), WR Marvin Jones (JAX)
    Out: WR Jamal Agnew (JAX), CB Shaquill Griffin (JAX), CB Cor’Dale Flott (NYG), WR Kadarius Toney (NYG), WR Kenny Golladay (NYG)

    Game Preview: The 6-1 Giants are on a hot streak winning 3 straight games, while the Jaguars have lost the last 3. Somehow Jacksonville is favored in this game, which is surprising considering how the Giants handled the Ravens last week, and how the Jaguars lost a miserable 13-6 game at home to the Texans just 2 weeks ago. I expect the Giants to keep a slow grind on the ground and pound out a low-scoring road win.

    PICKS: I am sticking with my instinct that the Giants will stay hot for one more week, so I’m taking Giants ML and the Under 43.

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