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Latest NFL Week 7 Updates: Exclusive Teams, Player News & Injury Report

San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo Bills NFL betting odds and predictions

We are fully into the bye portion of the NFL schedule with six teams off this week: Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Jacksonville, Dallas, Minnesota and the Los Angeles Chargers.

And it’s a good thing, because we are also fully into the triage portion of the NFL schedule.

Kareem Hunt – Browns RB

The injury that will most immediately be felt, because the Browns play on Thursday, is the calf injury suffered by Kareem Hunt. It is said to be significant, sidelining him for at least a month.

The injury to Hunt is particularly untimely for the Browns because the other half of their two-headed running machine, Nick Chubb, missed Sunday’s game. Head coach Kevin Stefanski says it’s too soon to make a decision on his availability for Thursday. If neither Chubb nor Hunt can go, then D’Ernest Johnson and Demetric Felton will shoulder the load.

Baker Mayfield – Browns QB

Baker Mayfield has been dealing with a bad left shoulder since Week 2 when he tore the labrum. This past Sunday he dislocated the same shoulder and was unable to finish the game.

Before the Browns make any decisions on his status for Thursday night’s game against the Broncos, he’s seeking a second opinion and another MRI.

If Mayfield doesn’t play, then Case Keenum will get the start for Cleveland. Keenum was the starter in Denver in 2018, where he went 6-10. In 2019 he started in Washington, compiling a 1-7 record.

Betting markets appear to be hedging towards a Keenum start, as the NFL point spread odds on the game dropped from five points at its open to the current 3½.

NFL Tennessee Titans

The Titans got a huge win over the Bills on Monday night, but they paid a price in the trainer’s room because of it.

The biggest, and the scariest of the injuries, was to tackle Taylor Lewan. He had to be carted off the field on a backboard but was said to be moving all of his extremities. That is good news for the long-term prognosis of the three-time Pro Bowler. Replays show his head getting hit by a defender and then the ground, so a concussion is an expectation.

Wide receiver Julio Jones left Monday’s game with a reaggravation of the hamstring injury that knocked him out of action the previous two weeks. Prior to the injury, he caught three passes for 59 yards.

The news is even worse for Titans rookie cornerback Caleb Farley. According to reports, he tore his ACL. This was Farley’s first start of the season, as he was filling in for Kristian Fulton, who was just placed on IR.

Wide receiver and primary kick returner Cam Batson also tore his ACL, and he too is done for the season.

The Titans host the Chiefs on Sunday and are listed as 5½-point underdogs on the BetUS Sportsbook’s NFL odds board.

NFL San Francisco 49ers – Quarterbacks

Another change at quarterback may be coming in San Francisco. Trey Lance is on the sideline at practice this week because of a knee injury, but Jimmy Garoppolo has returned to practice after a calf injury kept him out of the lineup in Week 5. The 49ers were on a bye in Week 6.

San Francisco has lost three games in a row and face the Indianapolis Colts this week, and the change in injury statuses gives Garoppolo a golden opportunity to prove that he is the best bet for the 49ers going forward.

Betting markets are leaning towards the Colts, who opened as four-point underdogs for the prime-time game.

Antonio Gibson – Washington Football Team RB

Washington running back Antonio Gibson has been playing through a stress fracture in his shin, and early in the game on Sunday, he appeared to aggravate the injury. He came back in, only to leave again, but this time with a calf injury.

Washington head coach Ron Rivera says Gibson’s status for this weekend’s game at Green Bay is unclear.

Kadarius Toney – Giants WR

Giants rookie Kadarius Toney is having an excellent season when he’s on the field and healthy. This past week he caught three passes in his first six snaps, but then had to leave the game after he re-injured the ankle that has kept him limited for much of the season.

Toney hasn’t been ruled out for Week 7 against the Panthers, but considering that this injury has been dogging him for a number of weeks, it might be that head coach Joe Judge decides to give him enough rest for the ankle to fully heal.

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