NFL Week 7 Odds Sunday

The last time Minnesota won on the road was when they visited Green Bay late last season, making their ATS run in 10 seasons at Lambeau 8-2.

Brett Favre led the Vikings to a 38-26 win as 3.5-point favorites in that contest, and it was the Vikings' third win in a row versus the Packers. If they can make it four on Sunday they'll do it as a 2.5-point underdog and snap their six-game road losing streak.

Minnesota appears to slowly be getting back on track after their 0-3 start to the season and the {B}Week 7 NFL odds{/B} reflect that. The Vikings have won two straight after beating Dallas 24-21 as 1.5-point favorites last week. Favre passed for 118 yards with a touchdown, while Percy Harvin returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown.

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Green Bay has dropped their last two games after falling to Miami last week 23-20 in overtime as a 3-point favorite. Aaron Rodgers didn't let a concussion the previous week faze him as he passed for 313 yards with a touchdown strike, one interception, and a rushing TD.

Rodgers may have played, but the Packers continue to be haunted by injuries, especially on defense where five starters were out last week.

The Packers aren't the only team in the league dealing with a surplus of injuries. The Chargers were hammered hard by the injury bug last week, and they may be severely shorthanded on offense this week when they host New England.

Last week San Diego watched as Antonio Gates, Malcom Floyd, Legedu Nannee, and Nate Kaeding all went down. Gates and Floyd have combined for more than 1,000 yards so far this season, and without them the Chargers' offense had trouble moving the ball in a 20-17 upset loss to St. Louis as an 8.5-point favorite.

Neither Gates or Floyd practiced this week, leaving them considered doubtful to play on Sunday.

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Despite their lame 2-3 start and injury situation the Chargers are somehow still a 3-point home favorite versus New England. The Patriots improved to 4-1 last week by edging Baltimore 23-20 in overtime as a 3-point favorite. In their first game without Randy Moss the Patriots' passing attack was more conservative and didn't go for the deep ball very often, but it was still effective thanks to the return of Deion Branch.

In his first game with New England since 2006 Branch caught nine passes for 98 yards with a touchdown. He may not stretch the field like Moss, but Branch could be his replacement in the passing game if he continues with that type of production.

The Green Bay and San Diego injury lists aren't the only ones you need to keep an eye on heading into Sunday. There are a number of other important names that could be out or limited Sunday. Here's our top ones to watch.

Cleveland at New Orleans Odds (-13) at Sportsbook – The Saints are expecting to be without Pierre Thomas again this week. Thomas is battling a nagging ankle injury and hasn't seen the field since Week 3. The Browns are also down two quarterbacks in Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace, which means another start for Colt McCoy.

Oakland at Denver Odds (-8.5) at Sportsbook – The Raiders have a major problem at quarterback this week with both Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell injured. Oakland will likely have to start Kyle Boller, which sounds like a disaster in the making.

Philadelphia at Tennessee Odds (-3) at Sportsbook  – Don't expect to see DeSean Jackson or Michael Vick for the Eagles this weekend. Jackson is still seeing stars after a severe concussion last week, while Vick remains sidelined with a rib injury.

The Titans also have an injury concern at QB - Vince Young left last week's game with a knee injury and he's questionable this week.