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NFL Consensus Betting Picks for Week 7

Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are coming off an upset loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 6 of the season, but as of Thursday night 70% of the wagering public at OddsShark.com were siding with the Seahawks for their Week 7 game against the St. Louis Rams.

The Seahawks are 7.5-point road favorites against the Rams for Sunday afternoon, and they're also 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games as road favorites. St. Louis, however, holds a 3-1 ATS record in its last four games against division-rival Seattle.

Matchup Reports: Seattle vs. St. Louis | Cincinnati vs. Indianapolis | Kansas City vs. San Diego

The Indianapolis Colts are getting 66% support on the NFL Consensus Picks here at OddsShark.com for their game at home against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, with the Arizona Cardinals at 65% for their game in Oakland against the Raiders this weekend. The Raiders are just 3-8 ATS in their last 11 games as a home underdog.

Other consensus picks of 60% or better as of Thursday night are Houston +3.5 at Pittsburgh (64%), Chicago -3 vs. Miami (63%), Cleveland -5.5 at Jacksonville (61%), and Carolina +7.5 at Green Bay (60%). According to the NFL trends for this week, the Panthers are 9-2 ATS in their last 11 games as road underdogs.

As for the NFL betting totals for this week, 72% of the wagering public at OddsShark.com like the OVER in the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. The OVER has gone 4-0 for totals bettors in each of the last four games between these two division rivals.

The Bengals vs. Colts matchup has a 71% consensus on the OVER, with the Seahawks vs. Rams matchup at 66% on the OVER. The top UNDER play at the sportsbooks for this week according to the NFL Consensus Picks at OddsShark.com is in the New Orleans at Detroit matchup, with the UNDER sitting at 63% for that game. Check out the latest Consensus Picks right here.