Intro by Doug Kezirian
Very few people shed tears for sportsbooks, but it is still worth noting when they lose, especially on back-to-back weeks. That's the streak right now for the house as the NFL enters Week 7.
"We're not doing anything differently whatsoever. If we lose big this Sunday, we'll take the same approach next Sunday," SuperBook executive director John Murray told ESPN, also sharing that executives are not overreacting either. "We're not under any more of a microscope than we were two weeks ago. Really, nothing has changed."
This particular card does not present a clear path to victory. The public typically avoids games involving double-digit point spreads, and Sunday features three such games. The prime-time games also do not appear to drive unusually high handle. The swing games figure to be Green Bay (-7.5) hosting Washington and Las Vegas (-3) hosting Philadelphia.