Week 7 in the NFL finds several star players returning from injury.
The Colts are expecting to have Jonathan Taylor once again anchoring their offense, Tua Tagovailoa returns on "Sunday Night Football" for the Dolphins, while Dak Prescott is back leading the Cowboys.
Through 94 games, underdogs own a 53-38-3 ATS (56.4 percent) against the spread (ATS) mark, while the under has rewarded bettors with a 56-37-1 (59.6 percent) record.
Will the Falcons keep their perfect 6-0 ATS record intact on the road against Joe Burrow and the Bengals?
After falling to Buffalo last week at home, will the Chiefs rebound against a 49ers squad that is 6-0 ATS over their last six home games at Levi's Stadium?
Can the Ravens, who have beaten the Browns in four of the last five meetings, extend their recent 5-0 ATS mark over Cleveland?
After going 4-2 SU and ATS on our underdog targets the last two weeks, let’s dive into Week 7!
New York Jets ML +110 vs. Broncos
After beating the Packers in Lambeau as a 7.5-point road underdog, Zach Wilson has now led the Jets to three straight wins since returning from his knee injury. The Jets have been underdogs in every game this season and have rewarded bettors with a 4-2 SU and ATS record. Over his last 10 starts, the second-year quarterback has proven to be a solid investment at the betting window covering the spread in seven of those games. The Jets, who are a perfect 3-0 SU and ATS on the road, will face a Broncos club that has lost three consecutive games both SU and ATS. Denver, who is 0-3 ATS at Empower Field at Mile High this season, will see that streak of futility extend after Sunday.
New York Giants ML +140 vs Jaguars
The red-hot Giants will put their three-game winning streak on the line against a Jacksonville squad that is trending in the wrong direction. After getting off to a 2-1 SU start with upset wins over the Colts and Chargers, Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars have lost three consecutive games. New York, who is 5-1 SU and ATS, will not find much resistance against a Jaguars team that is a disappointing 4-9 ATS over their last 13 TIAA Bank Field. The Giants have received points from oddsmakers in five of six games and have rewarded bettors with a lucrative 4-1 ATS record. Simply put, the team is favored in Week 7. Take advantage.
Indianapolis Colts ML +125 vs. Titans
The Colts are expected to welcome back star running back Jonathan Taylor and his return is a huge boost to an Indianapolis club that has won three of its last four games both straight up and against the number. On the flip side, the Titans are 3-0 SU and ATS over their last three games. The play of quarterback Matt Ryan will be the difference against a Tennessee defense that ranks dead last in passing yards (287.6) allowed per game.