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Week 7 NFL Picks

Bengals over Falcons: I'm calling for an upset. I believe the Bengals can -- and will -- win in Atlanta.

Redskins over Bears: The Bears O-line is suspect at best, and they don't have enough weapons on offense. Redskins have enough offense to get the win.

Eagles over Titans: Eagles are heating up, Titans have too many injuries.

Chiefs over Jaguars: The Jags are in no shape to win this game.

Steelers over Dolphins: This will be a fun game to watch with two tough defenses.

Saints over Browns: This is a no-brainer.

Rams over Buccaneers: The Bucs are pretty good but the St. Louis running game gets it done this week.

49ers over Panthers: San Francisco is the better team.

Ravens over Bills: Next!

Cardinals over Seahawks: I am a little iffy about this one but Seattle is inconsistent and Arizona is well-coached.

Patriots over Chargers: The Bolts are in serious trouble and it gets worse this week.

Broncos over Raiders: Both teams have competed but the Broncos looked good last week, so I'm going to ride this horse.

Giants over Cowboys: Must win for the 'Boys, but the G-Men are playing too well to pick against.

Packers over Vikings: Green Bay will be too much for Minnesota in Wisconsin.

Byes: Lions, Texans, Colts, Jets

By LaVar Arrington  | October 22, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
 
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