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NFL Gambling Stats Week 7 Cheat Sheet

NFL Gambling Stats Week 7 Cheat Sheet

Here we go! It’s the fourth week of my NFL Gambling Stats Cheat Sheet and Best Bets. I am coming off a perfect 3-0 Week 6. It’s that time of the week to dig into Week 7 and highlight my three best bets for this weekends action: Green Bay Packers vs Houston Texans, Seattle Seahawks vs Arizona Cardinals, and Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Rams. Download the full NFL Gambling Stats Week 7 Cheat Sheet Printable PDF for all of my matchup statistical research.

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NFL Gambling Stats Week 7 and Best Bets

Green Bay Packers vs Houston Texans

Packers Offense in Week 6

Prior to their Week 6 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Green Bay Packers were the best offensive yards per play team in the NFL. However, last week the Packers went up against the best defensive yards per play team, and the best rushing defense: Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Packers scored only 10 points but the Packers should get back to the offensive juggernaut we know they can be this week vs the Houston Texans.

Houston Texans Defense

Houston Texans rank #27 in yards per play allowed, and have the worst rushing defense in the league. In addition, Texans are allowing 5.4 yards per rush attempt and allow 29.3 points per game. Furthermore, Texans rank #23 in opponent third down conversion percentage (47%). As bottom feeders in the league on the defensive side of the football, Packers should take advantage of the defensive woos on Sunday.

Packers Offense

Despite the porous showing last week, the Packers still rank #6 in yards per play on offense. Packers are #9 in yards per play completion (11.3) and #7 in yards per rush attempt (5.0).  The team is averaging 32.4 points per game and coming off a bad offensive game. I fully expect Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Jones to find their groove once again in this Week 7 matchup vs the Houston Texans.

Best Bet: Packers Team Total Over 30.5

Seattle Seahawks vs Arizona Cardinals

Matchup History

This is the first divisional game for both of these teams this season. Seattle Seahawks are coming off a bye week and Arizona Cardinals come off a dominating defensive win against the Dallas Cowboys. Over the last six matchups between these two teams the average total is 42.1. The Under is 4-2 in the last six games.

Arizona Defense

Arizona Cardinals are ranked #7 in yards per play allowed, #8 in yards per completion. and #16 in rushing yards per attempt. As a result, the Cardinals are only allow 18.6 points per game. Furthermore the Cardinals  give up 6.7 yards per pass attempt and giving up 226.5 yards through the air. Cardinals have not played the best quarterbacks in the league thus far. However, the secondary for the Cardinals should be able to play well against the Seahawks receivers.

Best Bet: Seahawks/Cardinals Under 56

Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Rams

Bears Offense vs Defenses

Chicago Bears currently rank #28 in yards per play (4.8), #27 in yards per completion (9.2), and #25 in yards per rush attempt (3.9). As a result, the offense is averaging 21.4 points per game. The Bears have faced some of the best statistical defenses: New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Carolina Panthers. The task does not get easier this week for the Bears who take on the Los Angeles Rams. Rams rank top 10 in these defensive categories: yards per play allowed, yards per completion, yards allowed per game, sacks per game, points allowed per game.

Bears Defense

As great as the defenses the Bears have faced, the Bears defense is one of the better units in the league. Bears rank #6 in yards per play allowed. Additionally the Bears are allowing 19 points per game. Chicago Bears defense also ranks top 10 in sacks per game and yards allowed per game. The defense is also ranked #2 in the league in opposing quarterback rating at 73.5.

Best Bet: Under 45

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