LOS ANGELES, October 20, 2013 — Welcome to the Week 7 NFL chat hosted by The Washington Times Communities. This is an opportunity for fans to be the commentators and interact with NFL analysts for The Washington Times Communities from across the country.
There are four games this afternoon; San Francisco 49ers at Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs, and Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers.
The spreads and projections are below the chat window.
San Francisco 49ers (-4) at Tennessee Titans—Both of these teams are fighting for a wild card spot, which is not good when a division seems out of reach less than halfway into the season. Upset special, Titans win outright
Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers (-10)—Brian Hoyer sparked Cleveland. Hoyer is out injured and Cleveland is done. Aaron Rodgers could be hanging out with George Wendt and “Da discount daable check Bears” in grill class eating bratwursts by halftime. Packers cover
Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5)—The Texans have seen their quarterbacks throw an interception for a touchdown in five straight games. Now they go on the road to play the 6-0 Chiefs. Walrus Lite Andy Reid is going to see his team stumble, but not this week. Chiefs Cover
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (-1.5) —For years this defensive head-knocker was must-see television. Now a Ravens team that is a shell of itself from last year battles a Steelers team who finally won after five losses. It could still be low scoring, but inept offense is not the same as the Steelers-Ravens games NFL fans loved. Upset special, Ravens win outright
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