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Quarterback Cam Newton leads the undefeated Carolina Panthers into Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Getty Images

Through the first six weeks of the season only five undefeated teams are left standing in the NFL, but only two will actually play in Week 7. The perfect 6-0 Denver Broncos, Green Bay Packers, and Cincinnati Bengals are on byes in the upcoming week, leaving the 5-0 New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers left to defend their unblemished record.

The Patriots seen as the biggest favorites to continue their hot start to the season against the New York Jets in Week 7. The Patriots are 9-point favorites head of their home matchup with the AFC East rival Jets, and first-place in the division is on the line.

Elsewhere, the Panthers hold a slight 2.5-point edge over the visiting Philadelphia Eagles before their “Sunday Night Football” clash.

But Week 7 officially begins when the equally struggling Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers battle on Thursday. Though they’ve lost two straight and their defense hasn’t looked quite as strong, the Seahawks are 6-point road favorites, the first of five road squads given the advantage by odds makers.

The office football pool game is simple. Circle each team you believe will win, and tally up all of your correct answers. The player who picks the most games correctly wins Week 7.

In the event of a tie, e.g. two pool players have the same number of correct picks, the total combined score for the “Monday Night Football” matchup will serve as the tiebreaker.

This week the 1-5 Baltimore Ravens travel to face the 4-2 Arizona Cardinals, and however much each team scores those numbers will be added together. The player whose guess is closest to the tally wins.

Below is the full schedule for Week 7’s games, and you can click here to download a printable version of the document.

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Week 7's full schedule and lines. Greg Price/IB Times