Just like Week 6, the Week 7 SuperContest Card includes 12 games with point spreads of seven or less, starting with the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Seattle Seahawks (2-4) and San Francisco 49ers (2-4).
The Seahawks are 6.5-point road favorites according to oddsmakers at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, and they have covered the spread in each of the last eight meetings with the 49ers.
In addition, seven of the 14 games on the SuperContest Card also have NFL lines of four points or less, including the Sunday Night Football game between the unbeaten Carolina Panthers (5-0) and Philadelphia Eagles (3-3).
The Panthers are listed as 3-point home favorites while the Eagles have won four of the past five games between the teams both straight-up and against the spread. Carolina has never started 7-0.
Cardinals big favorite against the ravens
The final prime-time game of Week 7 has one of the two spreads greater than seven points, as the Arizona Cardinals (4-2) are 7.5-point home favorites hosting the Baltimore Ravens (1-5) on Monday Night Football. The Cardinals have dropped the last four meetings with the Ravens, who have suffered all of their losses by six points or less.
The other big favorite in Week 7 is the undefeated New England Patriots (5-0), who are 9-point home chalk against the New York Jets (4-1) in a key AFC East matchup. The Jets are 4-0 ATS in their past four on the road and in their last four divisional games.
The Panthers and Patriots are the only teams without a loss that are in action this week with the Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals all on byes. The Detroit Lions (1-5) were the last NFL team to pick up a victory and will be going for two wins in a row when they host the Minnesota Vikings (3-2) as 2.5-point home underdogs.
steelers are underdogs on contest odds
Another Week 7 game of note has the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) visiting the Kansas City Chiefs (1-5) as 1.5-point road underdogs with third-string quarterback Landry Jones expected to make his first career start.
Pittsburgh starter Ben Roethlisberger is hoping to return from a sprained knee and is considered questionable, keeping the game off the board at sportsbooks as of Wednesday. Backup Michael Vick (hamstring) is also out.