NFL Opening Line Report For Week 7

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The NFL week seven is here and coupled with bye weeks, the teams are scrambling to grab some much needed wins as they head for the mid-season run. Investigating the opening line and line movement is more important than ever.

Here is a look at some of the opening NFL lines for week seven along with movement and public consensus.

Check out the line report every week to get the edge on betting the NFL in week seven.

Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans (-3)

The Tennessee Titans were crushed by a revived Pittsburgh Steelers team after getting off to a good start on the season. With that loss, people are down on the Titans again and this line opened with the Titans -3. Over 68% of the public countered, by putting the early money on the Houston Texans in this contest. The line has yet to move, but expect something soon.

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders (-3)

This battle in the AFC West between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders should have a flexible line all week. The line opened at -3.5, but with the recent trade news about Carson Palmer, this is subject to change. The latest news is that he may actually play this week if he passes his physical. That would send this line into one direction or another and it could be off the board at one point.

St. Louis Rams at Dallas Cowboys (-12)

The Dallas Cowboys are not winning games, but they are still getting heavy betting action from the public. This line opened up at -10 and has shot up to 12.5 and should go higher as 75% of the early betting money is coming in on the Cowboys. To make things more interesting, quarterback Sam Bradford may be out with an injury, and that will only send this line higher.

Check out the line report every week to get the edge on betting the NFL in week seven.

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