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NFL betting: Cowboys stay perfect ATS, top Week 7 rankings

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If you bet the primetime underdogs in Week 6, you went undefeated. If you laid the points in the early games on Sunday, you really cleaned up. All seven favorites covered, making it the worst day in 35 years for sportsbooks. 

Here's an ATS rankings breakdown for all 32 teams heading into Week 7:

1. Dallas Cowboys 6-0 against the spread (have covered by +52.5 points)

Mammas don't let your babies bet against the Cowboys. Dallas pulled off one of the greatest covers of the year to remain perfect against the spread. Their reward is a week off before traveling to Minnesota.

Week 7: BYE

2. Arizona Cardinals 5-1 (+78)

Does the Cleveland game count towards Kliff Kingsbury's Coach of the Year eligibility since he missed it? 

Week 7: (-17) vs. Houston Texans

3. Green Bay Packers 5-1 (-16.5)

The red-hot Packers have won and covered five in a row thanks to Bears owner Aaron Rodgers.

Week 7: (-9.5) vs. Washington Football Team

4. Buffalo Bills 4-2 (+63)

Buffalo's loss cost one unlucky parlay bettor a chance at a six-figure payday.

Week 7: BYE

5. Los Angeles Rams 4-2 (+26)

After entering the second quarter down 3-0 to the Giants, the Rams rattled off six straight scores to quickly put it away.

Week 7: (-15.5) vs. Detroit Lions

6. Indianapolis Colts 4-2 (+19)

Carson Wentz has thrown nine touchdowns and only one interception this season. The Eagles could use a QB with that kind of ratio.

Week 7: (+4) at San Francisco 49ers

7. Los Angeles Chargers 4-2 (+1)

Every running back who was relevant six years ago scored a touchdown against the Chargers on Sunday. They need to fix their run defense if they want to be a serious contender in the AFC.

Week 7: BYE

8. Tennessee Titans 4-2 (-0.5)

Stop calling Derrick Henry half-man, half-machine. He's 100% machine. He's the Terminator. 

Week 7: (+5.5) vs. Kansas City Chiefs

9. New Orleans Saints 3-2 (+29)

Michael Thomas is still a couple of weeks away from stepping onto the field, but Kwon Alexander, Marcus Davenport, and Tre'Quan Smith have all been designated to return from injured reserve.

Week 7: (-4.5) at Seattle Seahawks

10. Cincinnati Bengals 3-3 (+36.5)

Cincy could take over first place in the AFC North this week with a win over the Ravens. We're about to find out whether their defense is for real.

Week 7: (+6.5) at Baltimore Ravens

11. Baltimore Ravens 3-3 (+30)

He doesn't have the gaudiest stats in the league, but Lamar Jackson is the MVP right now. Don't believe me? Think about what Baltimore's team would be without him.

Week 7: (-6.5) vs. Cincinnati Bengals

12. Carolina Panthers 3-3 (+17.5)

I don't have the energy to keep watching or writing about Sam Darnold.

Week 7: (-3) at New York Giants

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime to beat the New England Patriots and remain perfect against the spread. (David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports)
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime to beat the New England Patriots and remain perfect against the spread. (David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports)

13. Philadelphia Eagles 3-3 (+12)

They've been able to mount some comebacks, but this offense has been stagnant for the majority of the season. 

Week 7: (+3) at Las Vegas Raiders

14. Las Vegas Raiders 3-3 (+9.5)

The Raiders went into Denver with an interim head coach and beat the brakes off of the Broncos. Derek Carr has unlocked Henry Ruggs.

Week 7: (-3) vs. Philadelphia Eagles

15. Minnesota Vikings 3-3 (+1.5)

Dalvin Cook is back and gets a week off to prepare for a primetime game at home versus the Cowboys.

Week 7: BYE

16. Chicago Bears 3-3 (-4)

Justin Fields is averaging 140.5 passing yards in his four starts. Not great.

Week 7: (+12.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

17. Seattle Seahawks 3-3 (-9)

Six games into the season and they're already four games out of first place. At least we'll get to see Geno in primetime again this week.

Week 7: (+4.5) vs. New Orleans Saints

18. Denver Broncos 3-3 (-10)

The Broncos have been favored in every game this season and have lost the last three straight-up. This week they catch a Browns team ravaged by injuries.

Week 7: (+2.5) at Cleveland Browns

19. Cleveland Browns 3-3 (-11)

Injured or not, Baker Mayfield has cost himself a lot of money this year.

Week 7: (-2.5) vs. Denver Broncos

20. Houston Texans 3-3 (-18)

The Texans would have the fourth pick in the NFL draft if the season ended right now.

Week 7: (+17) at Arizona Cardinals

21. San Francisco 49ers 2-3 (-13)

It will be interesting to see if the Niners get Brandon Aiyuk more involved coming off the bye. He has eight catches through five games.

Week 7: (-4) vs. Indianapolis Colts

22. Atlanta Falcons 2-3 (-32.5)

When they win, they cover. When they lose, they don't. Calvin Ridley is back with the team.

Week 7: (-2.5) at Miami Dolphins

23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-4 (+4)

Both of the spreads they've covered have been at home. Tom Brady should cook the Bears secondary.

Week 7: (-12.5) vs. Chicago Bears

24. New England Patriots 2-4 (-11.5)

The Patriots are three plays away from being 5-1 and sitting atop the AFC East. Are the analytics gods punishing Bill Belichick?

Week 7: (-7) vs. New York Jets

25. Pittsburgh Steelers 2-4 (-15)

They must have enjoyed a turkey buffet in the locker room at halftime Sunday night, because the defense was asleep for the second half against the Seahawks.

Week 7: BYE

26. Detroit Lions 2-4 (-20)

Jared Goff's aDOT is even smaller than his hands. He's half the equation of a double-revenge game this week.

Week 7: (+15.5) at Los Angeles Rams

27. Kansas City Chiefs 2-4 (-22.5)

Can the Chiefs cover two games in a row? I wouldn't bet on it.

Week 7: (-5.5) at Tennessee Titans

28. Jacksonville Jaguars 2-4 (-31)

Jacksonville made their first field goal of the season in Week 6. Then their second and their third, which gave them their first win.

Week 7: BYE

29. New York Giants 2-4 (-38.5)

They may have found a special playmaker in Kadarius Toney. He was out on the field breaking ankles before he reinjured his own.

Week 7: (+3) vs. Carolina Panthers

30. Miami Dolphins 2-4 (-61.5)

It's hard to win when you're so weak on both sides of the trenches. 

Week 7: (+2.5) vs. Atlanta Falcons

31. New York Jets 1-4 (-25.5)

I hope Zach Wilson has a resilient mind because this could be a long couple of years for the rookie QB. He threw four picks against the Pats a few weeks ago.

Week 7: (+7) at New England Patriots

32. Washington Football Team 1-5 (-40)

They held their own against the Chiefs for three quarters before folding in the fourth. This week they'll travel to Green Bay, who are 5-1 against the spread.

Week 7: (+9.5) at Green Bay Packers

Stats provided by teamrankings.com and Pro Football Reference.