Through all platforms, Pro Football Network’s “Free Cash Crew” is up over 14 Units in profit on the season. Expert handicapper Chris Smith is off to a great start to his Week 7 NFL picks, hitting on his “Joe Public 5 Star Play of the Week” Thursday Night.

Chris is now 23-20 with 3+ Units of profit on the year. Here are the rest of Chris’ picks for Sunday, including his Week 7 Survivor play.

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Ravens +3 (-110) risk $27.50 to win $25

The Seattle Seahawks have only had one of their six games this season decided by more than a touchdown. Despite a 5-1 record, they also don’t have a single victory over a team with a winning record.

This week MVP candidate Russell Wilson can expect tons of pressure from a Ravens defense, that loves to blitz and stop the run, and they will be foaming at the mouth with a banged-up Seattle offensive line in front of them.

The loss of Will Dissly can’t be overstated, especially in the red zone. There is some history between Pete Carroll and the Harbaugh family dating back to the PAC-10 days, so I expect Baltimore to be up for this road game.

I’m also fading a Seahawks team that’s 0-4 against the spread in their last four home games.

Give me the Ravens plus the points and be on the lookout for the new “Sundays are for the Dogs” weekly collaboration with James Aguirre, starting with our Week 7 NFL picks. 

Texans ML (even) risk $25 to win $25

Houston and Indianapolis are both coming off road victories over the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead in their previous games. The Colts are also finally getting healthy after the bye week as T.Y. Hilton and Darius Leonard are both on track to return.

Deshaun Watson will not be intimated by the Indianapolis crowd, however, as he has a knack for pulling out victories as a road underdog when the betting odds are against him.

I think the Colts are a solid team that will show flashes this season, but I get the sense that the Texans will continue to improve on both sides of the ball as this year progresses.

I’m taking the more talented team with the better quarterback in this AFC South matchup. Forget the spread, I’m taking the Texans on the money line here.

Patty Parlay – Giants ML & Over 50 (+200) risk $15 to win $30

Danny Dimes vs. Kyler Murray. Five years from now, this might be the NFC Championship QB matchup. Arizona is making that cross country trip to a rowdy Meadowlands in what amounts to a 10 am PST kickoff.

While standout corner Patrick Peterson is set to return from suspension for the Cardinals, the Giants are primed to get most of their offensive weapons back as well. All world RB Saquon Barkley and Daniel Jones’ safety blanket, Evan Engram, should allow the G-Men to put up points on a deplorable Cardinals defense.

Arizona should also be able to keep pace with Murray and David Johnson shredding a bottom tier Giants defense.

I’ll grab Giants money line and the OVER 50 in this one. Food for thought: if you like New York to cover the 3 points, you could potentially increase the odds from +200 to +260 on this parlay. 

*Miracle ML Parlay

Chargers, Ravens, Saints, Eagles & Patriots (+4325) risk $5 to win $210

Survivor Play 

Week 1 – Seattle Seahawks

Week 2 – New England Patriots

Week 3 – Dallas Cowboys ✅
Week 4 – San Diego Chargers ✅
Week 5 – Philadelphia Eagles ✅
Week 6 – Baltimore Ravens ✅
Week 7 – Buffalo Bills 

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