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NFL Week 7 Blog by Lenny Del Genio

10/22/2010

Pittsburgh (-3) at Miami (40.5): The Dolphins are an unusual 3-0 SU/ATS on the road, but 0-2 SU/ATS at home this season. Going back to last year, they have lost four in a row SU and ATS at home. The Steelers are 4-0 SU/3-1 ATS the last four meetings with Miami, including a 30-24 win last year that featured three interceptions. Pittsburgh has won and covered both road games thus far.

Cincinnati (42.5) at Atlanta (-3.5): The Bengals are much more comfortable in the role of underdog, posting a 10-3 ATS record while winning nine of those games outright. However, the Falcons are a perfect 6-0 ATS when coming off a double-digit loss.

Philadelphia (42.5) at Tennessee (-3): The Titans have absolutely dominated the NFC foes, covering 35 of 50 games and winning 11 in a row SU. They are also on a 17-5 ATS run when laying three or less at home.

Cleveland (43.5) at New Orleans (-13): Something has to give here as the Saints are just 1-9 ATS when laying double digits, but 9-0 ATS vs. AFC teams. Cleveland has gone Under 10 straight times vs. NFC South foes.

Buffalo (40) at Baltimore (-13): The underdog is on a 5-0 ATS run in Ravens pre-bye week games. However, Baltimore typically cleans up against teams with a losing record, going 9-1 ATS the last two seasons.

St. Louis (38) at Tampa Bay (-3): Rams have been outscored 128-37 in their last four road games while the Bucs are 2-9 SU/ATS their last 11 home games.

Oakland (41) at Denver (-8.5): The Raiders have covered four straight times in Denver, including pulling off the upset win each of the last two years.

Minnesota (44.5) at Green Bay (-3): Packers have lost four in a row ATS. They are also 5-1 Under this season. Minnesota swept last year and each of the last four meetings have gone Over.

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