Total Thursdays: Pro Football Week 7 Odds, Trends for Totals

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Unders had their first winning week of the season, going 10-4 in Week 6. Overs still are leading the way this season, though, as they’ve gone 47-42-2 (52.8%) so far.

For Week 7, 13 games are currently up at William Hill (Buccaneers vs. Raiders is off the board), and six games are in the 50s. There’s been an interesting difference, however, on how William Hill bettors are wagering these totals early on.

For the first time on a Total Thursday, the under has the edge in total dollars wagered for the majority of the games. Eight contests fit that bill in Week 7 thus far, with two matchups attracting at least 90% of the total dollars wagered on their under: Bears vs. Rams (45) at 93% and Bills vs. Jets (45.5) at 92%.

Three totals are generating the majority of the total number of tickets as well: Bills vs. Jets at 68%, Bears vs. Rams at 61% and Cowboys vs. Washington (46) at 53%.

Remarkably, of the eight games whose totals have shifted more than a point from their opening number, all of them dropped. The biggest change in favor of the under? The Chiefs vs. Broncos total has moved by 3.5 points, going from 49.5 to 46. Four other games have fallen by at least two points: Bills vs. Jets (48 to 45.5), Cowboys vs. Washington (48.5 to 46), Bears vs. Rams (47 to 45) and Steelers vs. Titans (52.5 to 50.5).

The only two Week 7 games that have seen their total increase from their opener are Packers vs. Texans (56 to 57) and Seahawks vs. Cardinals (55 to 56).

Three unders have reeled in $5,500 wagers at William Hill, which are the largest NFL total bets as of now at William Hill. Giants vs. Eagles under 44, Bears vs. Rams under 46.5 and 49ers vs. Patriots under 45 are what drew the noteworthy bets.

Check out William Hill’s latest odds and trends for Week 7 totals in the NFL below.

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