NFL picks and predictions 2013, Week 7: Bills vs. Dolphins

NFL experts are picking the winner of the AFC East battle between the Bills and Dolphins in Week 7.

The battle for ground in the AFC East will continue in Week 7 when the Dolphins host the Bills on Sunday. The Dolphins are returning from a bye week and will look to add a win against a banged up Bills squad. Buffalo will need backup quarterback Thad Lewis to show up in this matchup if the Bills are to have a chance against a talented Miami team on the road.

The Dolphins are favored by 7.5 points at home in Week 7. With those odds, the CBS Sports panel is split by a vote of 6-2 in favor of Miami. When picking the game straight up, the panel adds a vote for Dolphins to make it 7-1. The Yahoo! Sports duo of writers also favors with the Dolphins with a clean sweep.

The five-man panel at SB Nation is also on the Miami bandwagon. NFL editor Ryan Van Bibber is the only expert that picked the Bills.

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