Free NFL Picks, Predictions, Odds Sunday November 7, 2021

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Mary Montgomery
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Looking at Sunday's NFL action we have close to 80% of the action on the Cowboys at -7.5 in their game against Denver, the Ravens seeing 85% of the action as a -6 favorite against the Vikings, and the Bills 85% against the Jaguars as a -14.5 favorite (up four points).


The Raiders at -2.5 were seeing better than 75% and the +6 Falcons as the lone dog embraced by the public at an 83% clip.  FanDuel moving this one from New Orleans -5 to -6.5 tells us all we really need to know that the Saints should squash Atlanta.

Vikings @ Ravens

The Minnesota Vikings are coming off of a heartbreaking loss to the Dallas Cowboys, a game which they desperately needed to win. Now at 3-4 and 3 ½ games behind the Packers in the NFC North, the Vikings face the 5-2 and AFC North leaders, Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens are coming off of their bye week, where a Bengals loss propelled them into first place. The bye week came at a perfect time, because the week before the break they were beaten 41-17 by the aforementioned Bengals.

Broncos @ Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys have been one of the biggest surprises in this NFL season. They are 6-1 overall and have an incredible four game lead in the NFC East. Dak Prescott returned from a near career ending injury and has looked like a brand new player. Zeke Elliott has returned to form as well, making the Dallas offense explosive.

The Broncos will play their first game since Von Miller was traded to the Los Angeles Rams. The three-time All-Pro will be sorely missed as a pass rusher, especially against a Cowboys offense that has been spectacular this season.

Browns @ Bengals

Baker Mayfield’s shoulder is hanging by a thread, Odell Beckam Jr. is on his way out, and a team that was predicted to compete not only for a division title, but more seems to be resorting to their old ways. The Cleveland Browns have yet to figure out their offeense, and a lot of that has to do with Baker Mayfield’s shoulder injury he is playing through.

But Joe Burrow and Jamarr Chase are up next, so Myles Garrett and company have their hands full. After a shocking loss to the Jets last week, the Bengals will be looking for revenge, and the Browns are in the way.

Packers @ Chiefs

Last week Aaron Rodgers went on the road, on a short week, without his top three receivers and came away with a win over the NFL’s last undefeated team. This week Rodgers is out because of a positive COVID test, and the story behind it is causing even more of a commotion. Either way, Jordan Love, the quarterback that was drafted and caused all the issues with Rodgers and the front office, will start this week.

The Kansas City Chiefs have been all over the place this year, not looking anything like the teams that have been in the Super Bowl the past two seasons. The absence of Rodgers makes this game a lot more interesting.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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