NFL picks Week 7: Steelers-Chiefs and all others

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Oct 19, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin reacts to a penalty during fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Giants, 27-7. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants (-3)

New York (3-3) is a tough team to figure. Sometimes, the Giants look like garbage, and others they appear to be a playoff team. Luckily for them, Dallas (2-3) is a dog show without Tony Romo.

Pick: New York 24, Dallas 13

Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers (-4)

Oakland (2-3) is good enough to win this game. San Diego (2-4) always seems to get national love but this is a very old team with a great quarterback, only good enough to be average at best. This should be a close one.

Pick: San Diego 24, Oakland 22

Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers (-3)

How is Carolina (5-0) only favored by a field goal at home against Philadelphia (3-3), who looks brutal? The Eagles are a bad football team with a bad quarterback. If they play the Chiefs, I’m not sure who wins.

Pick: Carolina 24, Philadelphia 10

Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals (-9)

Arizona (4-2) is looking to bounce back on primetime after being upset by the Steelers. Meanwhile, Baltimore (1-5) is basically the eastern version of Kansas City. The Ravens are dead on arrival.

Pick: Arizona 30, Baltimore 17

Last Week: 7-7
Overall: 57-34