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Los Angeles Chargers vs. Seattle Seahawks – Week 7 Betting Preview

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After a Week 6 primetime victory over the reeling Broncos, the Los Angeles Chargers will play host to the Seattle Seahawks, who have won two of three.


The Chargers’ vaunted offense has failed to live up to the hype so far this season, but this could be a chance for them to right the ship. The Seahawks rank bottom-10 in the NFL in points per game allowed, and they’ve ceded at least 27 points in four of the last five weeks.

Ironically, the Chargers’ defense has done the same, so that explains why this game has the highest total on the slate. Geno Smith has been a welcome surprise for Seattle after they traded Russell Wilson in the offseason, and rookie running back Kenneth Walker III showed up in a big way against Arizona in his first game as the full-time starter. They’ll look to continue rolling against a defense that has largely underwhelmed after adding a few big names in free agency. 

When is Los Angeles Chargers vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 7?

Date/Time: Sunday, Oct. 23, 4:25 p.m. ET
Stadium: SoFi Stadium
How to Watch: FOX
Opening Odds: Chargers -8.5 | O/U 53.5

Week 7 Chargers vs. Seahawks Betting Odds

Here’s a look at the latest point spread and total for Sunday’s game.


Week 7 Chargers vs. Seahawks Stats to Know

  • The Chargers are 1-2 ATS as home favorites this season
  • The Seahawks are 1-2 ATS as road underdogs this season
  • The total has gone OVER in three of each team’s last four games
  • Justin Herbert threw zero touchdowns for the second time in his career in Week 6; the last time he did that, he followed it up with two passing touchdowns
  • Geno Smith’s touchdown prop is set at 1.5 – he’s thrown multiple touchdowns in frou of six games this season
  • Austin Ekeler’s yardage prop is set at 60.5 rushing yards – he’s gone over that number once this season
  • Kenneth Walker’s yardage prop is set at 67.5 rushing yards – he’s averaging 92.5 rushing yards in the two games in which he’s played more than half of the team’s snaps
  • Mike Williams has had less than 20 receiving yards or over 100 receiving yards in every game this season
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