Predicting NFL Week 7 upsets, plus weekly buzz, notes

Will the 3-3 Packers and Bucs show more consistency over their final 11 games? Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

It's NFL Week 7, and for a large number of the league's teams, things could really go either way. There are (count 'em) 10 teams sitting at 3-3 heading into the second-to-last weekend of October, a group composed of perceived 3-3 underachievers (Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers), scrappy 3-3 overachievers (Atlanta Falcons, Seattle Seahawks) and a trio of 3-3s that feels just about right (Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers).

This week's around-the-league exercise from ESPN Insiders Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler sizes up those 3-3s, while Graz and Fowler also focus on what stands up as the worst transaction of the 2022 offseason, who will come out of the thus-far disappointing AFC North, what the New York Giants' surprising 5-1 start might mean for their biggest stars and whom the Carolina Panthers might target as their coaching search gets underway. Also, for good measure are our dynamic duo's top upset and fantasy picks and all the top buzz they're hearing from around the league as Week 7 commences.