It would appear that oddsmakers are still a little unsure, too, given Week 7's lines. One thing we do know for sure, though. The Patriots are expected to stop screwing around and take it to the Jets this week in a big AFC East matchup.
Here are this week's lines courtesy of Bovada.
Tennessee at Buffalo (-3)
The Bills are coming off of a big win over the Cardinals, while the porous Titans defense will look to slow Buffalo's inconsistent offense.
Arizona at Minnesota (-7)
This is a matchup of two upstart teams, and it will give the Vikings another chance to prove that they are for real, with the teeth of their NFC North schedule still down the road.
Cleveland at Indianapolis (-3)
The Colts got smoked by the Jets last week, and they return home to square off with the Browns, who actually won an NFL game last week.
Baltimore at Houston (-7)
Baltimore is banged up, and Houston is coming off of a disappointing performance on Sunday night.
Green Bay (-6) at St. Louis
The Packers finally showed up and turned in a complete effort last week in Houston, but they'll get a strong test from the Rams in a hostile environment in St. Louis.
Dallas (-2) at Carolina
The Cowboys had multiple chances to win in the final moments last week against the Ravens, and they're road favorites against the Panthers, who are coming off their bye.
Washington at New York Giants (-6)
This NFC East matchup is a big one for Robert Griffin III and the Redskins who want to prove that they're ready to contend this season.
New Orleans (-3) at Tampa Bay
These are two of the worst pass defenses in football; hammer the over here (50).
New York Jets at New England (-11)
This is a big one for both teams, and the Patriots are heavy favorites after a disappointing showing last week in Seattle.
Jacksonville at Oakland (-4.5)
The Raiders took the Falcons to the wire last week before Carson Palmer threw the Falcons back into the game with a pick-6, and they will try to bounce back against the hapless Jaguars.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati*
The Steelers and the Bengals square off in what actually end up being the week's most boring game.
*No line listed on Bovada
Detroit at Chicago (-6)
The Bears are looking to keep rolling, but it won't be easy against a division rival that is coming off of a dramatic win in Philly last week.