NFL week seven kicks off with Chicago Bears travelling to Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.
Jordan’s opening bet comes from the Sunday action though and he says: “This week I’m staying at home with two teams who should win comfortably. The Bengals host the Browns in an AFC North tie. Cleveland still without a win should be motivated here but the Bengals by far the much better side and should put them away relatively easily. The Bengals have lost their last two but both have been road games so they’ll be glad to get back on home soil.
“The second game sees the Chiefs host the Saints in an inter-conference game. The Saints will have confidence after their win over division rivals Carolina last week, but this will be a tougher ask. The Chiefs managed to go to San Francisco and hold Oakland to 10 points last week coming off their bye, and with Jamaal Charles getting more touches each week, they’ll be looking forward to getting back home. I expect Brees to put up points (they’ve scored 32+ in 4 of 5 this year) but unfortunately their defense has slipped 34+ in the same games.
Jordan’s NFL Week 7 Tip
Cincinnati Bengals -2.5
Kansas City Chiefs -2.5
17/20 @– 20 points
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