With Week 7 upon us, the Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, and Seattle Seahawks are all home dogs in the NFL this weekend.

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Derrick Henry from the Tennessee Titans, who were home dogs against the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football, scampers for a touchdown. (Image: Wade Payne/AP)

The Titans are a rare home dog in back-to-back weeks because Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs fly into Nashville for a high-octane shootout less than a week after a Monday Night Football thriller and 34-31 upset against the Buffalo Bills.


NFL Week 7 Home Dogs
  • Tennessee Titans +5.5
  • Miami Dolphins +2.5
  • New York Giants +3
  • Seattle Seahawks +4.5

With six teams on a bye in Week 7, there are only 13 games on the slate.

Tennessee Titans +5.5

The Tennessee Titans (4-2) are fresh off a win as a home dog on Monday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills. They’re home dogs once again and have another tough opponent when they host the Kansas City Chiefs (3-3). The Titans are 4-2 ATS this season, whereas the Chiefs have one of the worst betting records in the NFL at 2-4 ATS. Both teams boast strong offenses and weak defenses, so you can expect another shootout in a rematch of the AFC Championship from two years ago.

Miami Dolphins +2.5

The Atlanta Falcons (2-3) and Miami Dolphins (1-5) square off in the Poo Emoji Game of the Week. The Dolphins are road weary after a London game last Sunday. They had the option of taking a bye week now or opting for one later in the season. They decided to play, but they could really use a breather after a five-game skid. The Dolphins gifted the Jacksonville Jaguars their first win of the season while they continued their losing streak. Help might be on the way, however. Rumors suggest Deshaun Watson will join the Fins prior to the trade deadline.

New York Giants +3

The Carolina Panthers (3-3) lost three games in a row after an auspicious 3-0 start. They say you can’t ever go home again, but don’t tell that to Sam Darnold. The Panthers quarterback returns to MetLife Stadium where he played for the New York Jets.

The New York Giants are off to a horrendous start once again at 1-5 for the fourth time in the last five seasons. The G-Men were bad heading into this season, and that was before a rash of injuries. The Giants are 2-4 ATS this season.

Seattle Seahawks +4.5

The last place Seattle Seahawks (2-4) host the New Orleans Saints (3-2) on Monday Night Football, but you won’t see Russell Wilson and Drew Brees battling in this one. Brees retired and Jameis Winston is now at the helm for the Saints. Wilson continues to recover from finger surgery, so backup Geno Smith will be in the mix for the Seahawks.

With home-field advantage pretty much a non-factor in the NFL, the Seahawks are one of the few teams with a legit home-field advantage due to their boisterous fans and deafening stadium. But even with the Saints running their offense on a silent count all night, the Seahawks have an uphill battle.

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