Posted on Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Here’s a look at the 15 NFL games for Week #7 (Oct. 20, 23, 24) and a handful of stats you need to know about each contest. (Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted).
Chicago @ Green Bay (Thursday): The Bears lead this series 94-92-6. The Packers have won 10 of the last 12, but the two teams have split the last four games played in Green Bay. Chicago has won four of the last five non-Sunday games versus the Pack. Green Bay has scored 30 or more in four of the last five versus the Bears, while the Bears have scored under 20 points in three of the last four against the Packers.
New York Giants @ Los Angeles Rams: The Rams hold a 26-16 advantage over the Giants. The Giants have won six straight against the Rams and have won the last three games played on the Rams home field. The Giants have scored 150 points in their last four games versus the Rams. The G-Men have won each of the last five games in this series by at least 10 points.
New Orleans @ Kansas City: This series is all tied at five games apiece. The teams have split the last four. The Saints are 3-1 in the last four games played in Kansas City. The Chiefs have scored 20+ points in five straight games in the series.
Indianapolis @ Tennessee: The Colts lead the series 29-14. They have won nine consecutive games versus the Titans and have won the last four games played in Tennessee. Indy has scored 27+ points in seven of the last nine games against the Titans. The Colts have won 14 of the last 15 against Tennessee.
Minnesota @ Philadelphia: The Vikes have a one-game over the Eagles in the series, 13-12. Philly has won five of the last seven, but the Vikings won the last two games. The Eagles are 6-1 in the last seven games played at home against Minnesota. The Vikings scored 72 points in their last two games versus the Eagles.
Cleveland @ Cincinnati: The Bengals lead the series 46-39. Cincinnati has won the last three meetings by a combined score of 98-13. The Bengals are 6-1 in the last seven games played in the series on their home field.
Washington @ Detroit: The Redskins have a 30-13 lead in this matchup, although the Lions have won the last three contests. The teams have split the last 10 games. Detroit is 4-2 on their home field in the last six games versus Washington. Five of the last seven games were decided by eight points or less.
Oakland @ Jacksonville: The Jags have won four of the seven games played in this series versus the Raiders. The Raiders have won the last two games; the Jags are 2-0 at home versus Oakland.
Buffalo @ Miami: Miami leads this divisional series 58-45-1. The Bills have won five of the last six versus the Dolphins. They have split the last six games played in Miami. The Dolphins have scored under 20 points in five of the last eight games against Buffalo. Buffalo has won the last two games versus Miami by a combined score of 74-31.
Baltimore @ New York Jets: The Ravens have won eight of the nine games they have played against the Jets. Baltimore has won eight straight in the series with the Jets only win over the Ravens coming in 1997. The Jets have never scored 21 or more points against Baltimore. The Jets are 1-2 at home versus Baltimore.
Tampa Bay @ San Francisco: The 49ers have a 17-5 advantage in this series. They have won five of the last nine in the series, although they have scored under 10 points in four of the last nine contests. The 49ers are 12-2 versus the Bucs in San Francisco. The 49ers won the last two games against Tampa Bay by a combined 81-17.
San Diego @ Atlanta: The Falcons hold an 8-1 lead in this series and have won six straight against the Chargers. San Diego has scored 10 or fewer points in six of the nine games played in this series. Atlanta is 2-1 at home versus San Diego.
New England @ Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads the series 15-13. New England has won six of the last eight games against the Steelers and they have won three of the last four contests played in Pittsburgh. Only three of the last 10 games in the series were decided by 10 points or less. The Patriots are 9-3 in the last 12 versus the Steelers.
Seattle@ Arizona: The series is all tied up at 17-17. The Seahawks have won five of the last seven in the series and the last three games in the series played in Arizona. Seattle has scored 30+ in the last three games versus Arizona. The Cards have scored under 10 points in three of the last four versus Seattle. The two teams have split the last 16 games dating back to 2008.
Houston @ Denver (Monday): Denver leads the series 3-2. The Broncos are 2-1 at home versus the Texans. The Broncos won the last game versus Houston 37-13. The last two games played in the series in Denver were decided by six points or less.
Teams with a bye this week: Carolina and Dallas
Compiled by Jerry Tapp