Developments are coming fast and furious in the NFL Schedule Week 7. What recent development might change the tone and tenor of the early Sunday morning game set to kick off in London? How has Matthew Stafford and the resurgence of the vertical passing game affected the line as Minnesota pays them a visit? Finally, what other pivotal matchups are ripe for market matchups. Catch up on all of this right now at APEX Football Betting.
Percy Harvin Out?!
For many moons, Percy Harvin has battled hip problems. It seems to be that the condition might be worsening. He missed all of the presason but more importantly, the Bills were without his services for the Bengals game. Now London might miss out on him as he is listed as doubtful in the 9AM EST against Jacksonville. Kyle Williams is also dubious for this one as his left knee caused him to be carted off the field on Sunday prior. With Tyrod Taylor and Karlos Williams already out, look for a concentrated line movement in the first twenty four hours of line release.
Lets Go Lions
Matthew Stafford has proven for one week that he could still go vertical. Now with a suffering Minnesota defense coming to town, this game was witness to the most line movement upon initial release of the spread. A two and a half point spread one way is testimony that the world thinks that Detroit could be back to their old offensive ways. Stay tuned to a live lines tracker line the one on NFL Schedule Week 7 to stay abreast of this and other games.
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