Jared Goff LA Rams
The Los Angeles Rams should cover the spread against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 7. Pictured: Jared Goff hands off to Todd Gurley as Rodger Saffold and John Sullivan block during the second half of a game against the Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Oct. 8, 2017 in Los Angeles. Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Underdogs have been dominant in the 2017 NFL season, and they could have even more success in Week 7. Seven teams are favored on the road, and all of them are laying at least a field goal.

Below are picks against the spread for every game in Week 7, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Kansas City Chiefs (-3) at Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr didn’t look right in his first game back from injury, and he probably won’t put up big numbers just four days later. He’s been bad against the Chiefs in his career, going 1-5 with a 68.1 passer rating. Kansas City has covered the spread in four of their last five games against Oakland, and they remain the NFL’s most complete team.

Prediction ATS: Kansas City

New York Jets (+3.5) at Miami Dolphins

Miami can’t keep winning with Jay Cutler giving them absolutely nothing. The quarterback hasn’t thrown for more than 164 yards since the Dolphins were defeated handily by the Jets in Week 3. New York has won three games by beating some of the league’s worst starting quarterbacks, and they certainly can keep this game within a field goal, if not win it outright.

Prediction ATS: New York

Tennessee Titans (-5.5) at Cleveland Browns

How can you ever pick the Browns when the point spread is below a touchdown? They’ve got one win in their last 25 games, and Cleveland has lost against the spread each week since their backdoor cover in the season opener. DeShone Kizer is the NFL’s worst starting quarterback, and it’s unlikely that he’s gotten any better after being benched for a week.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Arizona Cardinals (+3.5) at Los Angeles Rams

Arizona is led by former star players that are past their prime. L.A.’s top stars are just entering their prime. It’ll show Sunday when the Rams beat the Cardinals and remain tied for first place in the NFC West.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

Baltimore Ravens (+5.5) at Minnesota Vikings

Points could be hard to come by in this one. Minnesota’s got the edge on defense, but Case Keenum probably isn’t going to lead the Vikings on many touchdown drives either. Taking the underdog is the best bet here.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

Carolina Panthers (-3) at Chicago Bears

Which version of Cam Newton will show up in Chicago? That’ll determine whether or not the Bears have a chance to pull off the upset. Chicago has done a good job of limiting what they ask of Mitchell Trubisky, but the team has no chance if Newton plays like he did in Week 4 and Week 5.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Jacksonville Jaguars (-3) at Indianapolis Colts

After Andrew Luck returns, Jacoby Brissett is going to get a chance to be a starting quarterback for someone. He’s been impressive with six total touchdowns and three interceptions, joining the Colts just before the start of the regular season. Brissett gives Indianapolis an advantage at quarterback over Blake Bortles, who hasn’t thrown for more than 140 yards in any of the team’s three road games.

Prediction ATS: Indianapolis

New Orleans Saints (-5.5) at Green Bay Packers

Brett Hundley should be much better as Aaron Rodgers’ replacement with a full week of practice as the team’s starter. There’s still plenty of questions surrounding the Saints’ defense, and it isn’t easy for any opposing team to win at Lambeau Field, no matter the circumstances.

Prediction ATS: Green Bay

Dallas Cowboys (-6) at San Francisco 49ers

San Francisco’s 0-6 record is deceiving. They’ve been on the cusp of winning for weeks. The 49ers are the only team in NFL history that’s lost five straight games by a combined 13 points. With C.J. Beathard now inserted as the starting quarterback against a shaky Dallas defense, this could be the week that San Francisco finally breaks through.

Prediction ATS: San Francisco

Cincinnati Bengals (+5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Even if they don’t win outright, Cincinnati’s defense is going to keep them in this game. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are the only team that’s scored more than 20 points against the Bengals. Cincinnati held Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans, who are scoring 30-plus points against everyone, to just 13 points. Ben Roethlisberger might not have completely lost it, but he doesn’t look like the quarterback that went to three Super Bowls.

Prediction ATS: Cincinnati

Denver Broncos (+1.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

The Broncos didn’t look ready to play against the Giants, coming off a bye week against a team that was decimated by injuries. Denver will be ready to go Sunday when they play their division rival. Philip Rivers is going to struggle against the Broncos’ pass defense in front of a crowd that will be filled with Denver fans.

Prediction ATS: Denver

Denver Broncos
Defensive end Adam Gotsis of the Denver Broncos celebrates a sack against the New York Giants at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Oct. 15, 2017 in Denver. Dustin Bradford/Getty Images

Seattle Seahawks (-5.5) at New York Giants

Good luck to the Giants in trying to move the ball at all against the Seahawks. Seattle has allowed 17 or fewer points in all but one of their games, and none of the Seahawks’ opponents were without their top three receivers. New York might not be as bad as their 1-5 record indicates, but their injuries will be too much to overcome.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Atlanta Falcons (+3.5) at New England Patriots

The Falcons are the right pick with the betting line moving past a field goal. Despite how unspectacular both offenses have looked in the last few weeks, this should be a shootout from start to finish. The team with the ball last might win the Super Bowl rematch.

Prediction ATS: Atlanta

Washington Redskins (+4.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles won in Washington to open the season. Monday night is the Redskins’ chance to return the favor. Washington had covered the spread in their last six games against Philadelphia. The Redskins’ only other loss this season came on the road against the Chiefs in a nail-biter. Kirk Cousins has a 97.8 passer rating with 13 touchdown passes and four interceptions in his career against Philadelphia. Carson Wentz might be due for a poor game against an underrated Washington defense.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (N/A) at Buffalo Bills

There is no betting line currently because of the injury to Jameis Winston.

Season Record ATS: 37-51-1