Only two of the 13 games in NFL Week 7 feature a betting total north of 50. All three prime-time games have an over/under below 44. Six of the 26 teams in action score no more than 19 points per game.

Here are the five best over/under bets for Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season. Betting odds come from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens Under 47

Baltimore’s defense has excelled since facing Las Vegas and Kansas City to start the season. The Ravens are giving up an average of 13.8 points over the last four weeks, even holding Justin Herbert and the Chargers to six points. Before beating the Lions in Week 6, the Bengals hadn’t scored more than 24 points in regulation. Cincinnati’s defense hasn’t held all six of its opponents to 25 points or fewer, and the unit ranks second in opponents’ yards per play.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans Over 57.5

In a matchup between two teams that have explosive offenses and bad defenses, both the Chiefs and Titans are likely to score 30-plus points. Every Kansas City game featured at least 54 total points before the Chiefs held Taylor Heinicke and Washington to 13 points in Week 6. Tennessee won’t slow down Kansas City’s No. 2 ranked offense after suffering multiple injuries in the secondary. Derrick Henry will have his way with an awful Chiefs’ run defense. The Titans are averaging 30.6 points over the last five games.

Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins Under 47.5

The Dolphins have a bottom-four offense by just about any measure. The unit wasn’t much better amid the return of Tua Tagovailoa, who led Miami to just 20 points against a bad Jacksonville defense in Week 6. Atlanta is coming off a bye with an additional week to prepare for a poor Dolphins’ offense. The Falcons are averaging 21 points on the road, and Miami’s defense could be healthier after starting cornerbacks Xavien Howard and Byron Jones missed the last contest.

Detroit Lions at Los Angeles Rams Under 50.5

In what should be a one-sided contest, look for Los Angeles to jump out to an early lead and play a very uneventful second half. Excluding their loss against the undefeated Cardinals, the Rams are giving up 18 points per game. The Lions haven’t reached the 18-point mark in any of their last five contests. Sean McVay is very familiar with the weaknesses of Jared Goff, who was publicly criticized by head coach Dan Campbell after the team fell to 0-6.

Indianapolis Colts at San Francisco 49ers Over 43.5

This total is a little low, considering Indianapolis’ improving offense and San Francisco’s underwhelming defense. Carson Wentz has thrown six touchdown passes and no interceptions with an average passer rating of 123.8 in the last three games. The Colts have scored more than 24 points in each of those contests. With Jimmy Garoppolo getting healthier off a bye week, Kyle Shanahan's offense could have a bounce-back performance.

Season Record: 13-17

Nick Foles Chicago Bears Aaron Donald Nick Foles #9 of the Chicago Bears is tackled by Aaron Donald #99 and Greg Gaines #91 of the Los Angeles Rams during the second quarter at SoFi Stadium on October 26, 2020 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Photo: Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images