NFL Week 8: Point Spreads, Picks, Predictions and Odds

As we approach the halfway point of the NFL’s 100th season, the league’s better teams are beginning to reveal themselves and the Week 8 schedule is filled with some lopsided matchups featuring unbalanced competition plus a few games that look like “must watch” material.

How exciting 2019 pro football has been – there are just two unbeaten teams remaining, one from each conference, two franchises that still haven’t won any games at all, and there are a whole slew of teams that lost their franchise quarterbacks to injury or retirement that continue to win regardless while two teams enjoy their bye week so far looking playoff-bound, each.

Some of these games look like potential blowouts, but the top five listed here could be worth watching live (if you’re living large and have that kind of access, that is), and here we give a quick take on each of Week 8’s top ten best (or worst) NFL matchups.

Good luck!

Bye Week

The following two teams have a Week 8 bye:

  1. Dallas Cowboys
  2. Baltimore Ravens

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10) 3-3 Arizona Cardinals at 6-1 New Orleans Saints

How to watch

What: Arizona Cardinals at New Orleans Saints

When: Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

How (TV): CBS

Cardinals vs Saints – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Cardinals +10, Saints -10

Current Money Line: Cardinals +335, Saints -435

All odd are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Game Rivalry: It’s been three seasons since these two teams have played each other, though they’ve met 30 total times (including once in the postseason), with the Saints beating the Cardinals in Arizona in December of 2016 by a score of 48-41.

Cardinals vs Saints – Game Predictions

Why the Saints are the favorites to win: When franchise quarterback and eventual Hall of Famer Drew Brees went down in Week 2 with an injured thumb, head coach Sean Payton assured the football world that backup Teddy Bridgewater could handle the job, and boy was he right.

Since then, Bridgewater has gone 5-0 completing almost 68 percent of his passes with 9 touchdowns and 2 interceptions and has proven the Saints have a football system set up right now that’s built to win regardless of who is under center, especially with targets Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn taking the field.

Also helping matters in New Orleans is their surprisingly effective defense, right now tied for sixth-best in the league (big Cam Jordan is on sacking fire with 7 total), and now that Brees is expected to return in Week 8 for their game against the .500 Cardinals, the big question is, will Payton start Brees or will he let Bridgewater keep rolling on his five-game winning streak?

How the Cardinals could surprise the world: The Arizona Cardinals have won their last three games in a row, which makes it look like new head coach Kliff Kingsbury and rookie quarterback Kyler Murray might actually be starting to figure out how to succeed in the NFL, which makes the NFC West even more interesting than it already is.

Murray is playing well lately, especially for a rookie, and especially for a guy predicted to be too short to lead from under center in the NFL, but this season he has completed almost 65 percent of his passes for 7 touchdowns and with 4 interceptions, but none during these last three victorious weeks, his accuracy obviously improving.

But to be taken seriously at all, Arizona must improve on its 29th ranked defense that’s been allowing opponents to gain almost 400 yards and over 27 points per game, something linebacker Terrell Suggs (5 sacks, 5 quarterback hits, 4 forced fumbles, and 24 tackles) has been actively attempting to do all season.

9) 0-7 Cincinnati Bengals at 4-3 Los Angeles Rams

How to watch

What: Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Wembley Stadium in London, England

How (TV): CBS

Bengals vs Rams – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Bengals +12.5, Rams -12.5

Money Line: Bengals +450, Rams -625

Game Rivalry: The Bengals and Rams don’t play often, only 13 times total, in fact, but this game will be a fun one to watch since it’s part of the NFL’s international series and will be played ‘across the pond’ in London, England at the absolutely decent hour of 1 pm ET.

Bengals vs Rams – Game Predictions

Why the Rams are the favorites to win: After a relatively shaky .500 start where they at times looked way more beatable than they should, Jared Goff’s Los Angeles Rams took care of business against the fluttering Atlanta Falcons in Week 8, though they still remain two games behind the undefeated San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West and one win behind the 5-2 Seattle Seahawks.

Goff had a huge game against the Falcons (22/37 for 268 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions), splitting targets between his three talented receivers (Robert Woods, Brandon Cooks, and Cooper Kupp) for 189 receiving yards between them, and since head coach Sean McVay has been significantly limiting running back Todd Gurley’s touches expect him to not seem him any more than the almost 14 attempts per game he’s been averaging given how weak the competition is in this one.

The Rams have a top-ten defense (perhaps the names Aaron Donald, Eric Weddle and Jalen Ramsey ring a bell?) and they will most likely figure out a way to neutralize struggling Bengals’ quarterback Andy Dalton and make quick work of this Cincinnati team that is now a frontrunner for the first overall draft pick of 2020.

How the Bengals could surprise the world: The Cincinnati Bengals could surprise the world and win in Europe, ending their winless streak by somehow rising up and shutting down the 12th best offense in the NFL while scoring against their 6th ranked defense.

Don’t let the fact that the Bengals have the 6th worst offense and THE worst defense in the league keep you from seeing their possible path to victory over the far better Rams, perhaps by poisoning their pre-game food or menthol-ating their safety cups, but certainly by nothing they can do on the field.

Chances are the Bengals, with new head coach Zac Taylor already on the hot seat, will win at least one game this season, but it will most likely not be in front of an international audience over the talented Rams – Andy Dalton and the rest have just not played good enough to even come close in this one.

8) 1-6 Washington Redskins at 5-2 Minnesota Vikings

How to watch

What: Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings

When: Thursday Night Football, October 24, 2019, at 8:20 p.m. ET

Where: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota

How (TV): NFLN

We cover this Thursday Night Football match in-depth, here: “Washington Redskins vs Minnesota Vikings: Predictions and Odds“.

Redskins vs Vikings – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Redskins +16, Vikings -16

Current Money Line: Redskins +600, Vikings -910

Game Rivalry: Despite the fact that the Redskins are nearly winless and the Vikings look like they are heading to the playoffs, this matchup on Sunday settles an important big-picture battle between these two teams since, of the 26 times they have met each other, they have each won 13 games apiece.

Redskins vs Vikings – Game Predictions

Why the Vikings are the favorites to win: The Minnesota Vikings showed off their offense in Week 7 against the Detroit Lions, winning that one 42-30 after posting six total touchdowns, four by air and two by land, and they will probably take care of the floundering Washington Redskins in about the same way.

Quarterback Kirk Cousins is finally looking worth the money these last three games, going 3-0 and throwing for ten touchdowns in that stretch with just one pick and a quarterback rating of 138+ in each of those weeks while Dalvin Cook continues to insert himself into the ‘league’s best running back’ conversation with 25 carries for 142 yards and 2 touchdowns in Week 7 alone.

It doesn’t hurt that the Vikings have a defense that’s tied for sixth-best in the league, and they will most likely take whatever the Redskins give them and nip it in the bud, starting with ends Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen hunting down whichever unlucky Washington quarterback is starting under center for this one.

How the Redskins could surprise the world: The only team the Washington Redskins have beaten this season is the Miami Dolphins, who were most likely not trying too hard in their pursuit of next off-season’s number one draft pick.

So for them to travel to Minnesota and beat the Vikings, the Redskins would have to suddenly play well with quarterback Case Keenum leading under center and interim head coach, Bill Callahan, with a roster filled with enough talent to be better than 1-6 but not quite good enough to beat these Vikings.

Who knows, stranger things have happened – maybe the Redskins’ defensive front line starring Da’Ron Payne, Jonathan Allen, and Matt Ioannidis have their biggest game of the season and put the fear of sack into Cousins until he implodes in front of his hometown crowd, but I certainly wouldn’t bet on that to happen.

For more on the Redskins read also, the Washington Redskins odds to make the 2019-2020 playoffs.

7) 2-4 Cleveland Browns at 7-0 New England Patriots

How to watch

What: Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 4:25 p.m. ET

Where: Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts

How (TV): CBS

Browns vs Patriots – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Browns +12.5, Patriots -12.5

Current Money Line: Browns +460, Patriots -625

Game Rivalry: Believe it or not, of the 24 times the Browns and Patriots have met up (including 1 postseason game), Cleveland has won more times, with 13 victories to New England’s 11, though the Pats easily handled the Browns last time they played in 2016 by a score of 33-13.

Browns vs Patriots – Game Predictions

Why the Patriots are the favorites to win: The New England Patriots have looked unbeatable against lousy teams already (did you see what they did to the New York Jets on Monday Night Football, final score 33-0? Ouch…), and by that standard (and most others) they look far better than these current Cleveland Browns and will most likely win this one in Foxborough.

Tom Brady doesn’t look a day over forty, er thirty, I mean twenty-five, the point being the 42-year old man still plays young (he’s chugging directly from the fountain of youth) and the GOAT can still win, plus with him under center it doesn’t matter which of his targets is healthy or not (Josh Gordon and Julian Edelman have been banged up lately) he can find a way to put points on the board.

Also give credit to Sony Michel and James White splitting carries out of the backfield, and plenty of credit to New England’s 18x pass-picking defense, ranked second in the NFL overall right now (maybe first by now after suffocating the Jets on Monday with ), because this entire team is head coach Bill Belichick’s current winning machine and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.

For more on the Patriots check out also: “New England Patriots 2019 Postseason“.

How the Browns could surprise the world: The Cleveland Browns were one of the best paper rosters in the offseason, but all that talent (we’re talking quarterback Baker Mayfield, receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, running back Nick Chubb and plenty more) has only managed to post two wins, one against the super-injured New York Jets and the other against the divisional rival Baltimore Ravens.

The Browns are being coached by rookie Freddie Kitchens, and at times his play-calling and clock management have looked as amateurish as the penalties his Browns players have committed, the team tied for third-most in the league with 42 right now.

For the Browns to beat the Patriots in Week 8, a lot of things would have to happen – certainly Cleveland’s hit-or-miss defense would have to get to Brady big time (talking to you Myles Garrett) and the Browns’ starting secondary (Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams) would have to be healthy again, as would Mayfield’s bruised hip (which it reportedly should be) – but regardless, it might get ugly if the GOAT shows up and does what he typically does, which is march his Patriots down the field and into the endzone more often than not.

More on the Browns: “Cleveland Browns 2019-2020 NFL Postseason”.

6) 5-2 Seattle Seahawks at 1-6 Atlanta Falcons

How to watch

What: Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

How (TV): FOX

Seahawks vs Falcons – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: TBD

Current Money Line: TBD

Game Rivalry: This NFC matchup has happened 18 times before (including 2 postseason games) and the results are almost even – the Falcons have won 8 of those games while the Seahawks have won 10.

Seahawks vs Falcons – Game Predictions

Why the Seahawks are the favorites to win: The Seattle Seahawks are coming off what some might call a whooping by the Baltimore Ravens, 16-30, but the score was much worst than that since the Seahawks only scored 3 points in the second half of the game.

Russell Wilson has some dependable receivers who have been doing their jobs well – Tyler Lockett, John Brown and rookie D.K. Metcalf, but it’s running back Chris Carson who has to step up his game a bit, right now averaging just over 4 yards per carry and with 2 rushing touchdowns, though he has also caught 22 balls for 149 yards and 2 touchdowns, proving to be a reliable check down target for Wilson.

Head coach Pete Carroll’s Seahawks should win this one because the Falcons are hurting (their quarterback, Matt Ryan, may not even play due to an ankle injury) and are on a five-game losing slide, so if the Seahawks can show up and play their typical brand of football they should be able to snag an easy Week 8 win in Atlanta.

How the Falcons could surprise the world: One thing that is heard often about the Atlanta Falcons is that they are a talented team that is underperforming, and that has resulted in a 1-6 record that seems a bit impossible to recover from at this point in the season.

Add to the over a dozen Falcons on injured reserve right now a questionable franchise quarterback, Matt Ryan, who hurt his ankle in the team’s Week 7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and though it may be possible for him to play on it in Week 8, head coach Dan Quinn may elect to sit Ryan for that one so he can use that time and the following bye week to fully recover.

The Falcons are struggling on defense right now, allowing opponents to move the ball 388 total yards and average over 30+ points per game, so for them to beat the Seahawks, guys like Vic Beasley and Desmond Trufant have to get back to playing like the way they’re capable of playing.

5) 2-5 Denver Broncos at 4-2 Indianapolis Colts

How to watch

What: Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

How (TV): CBS

Broncos vs Colts – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Broncos +5.5, Colts -5.5

Current Money Line: Broncos +195, Colts -245

Broncos vs Colts – Game Predictions

Game Rivalry: This AFC rivalry has happened a total of 27 times (that includes 3 postseason games), with the last time being in 2017 when the Broncos beat the Colts in Indianapolis by a score of 25-13.

Why the Broncos are the favorites to win: The football world about gave up on the Indianapolis Colts as soon as their franchise quarterback Andrew Luck retired just before the 2019 season got started, but his ongoing replacement, Jacoby Brissett, has proven himself the worthy heir apparent under center with a 4-2 record after completing 65 percent of his 206 pass attempts for 1,388 yards and 14 touchdowns with 3 interceptions on the season.

For the Colts to beat the Denver Broncos, it wouldn’t hurt for their defense to show up, already giving up an average of over 360 yards and 23 points per game, though players like defensive end Justin Houston are certainly pitching in, already with 4 sacks, a fumble recovery, and 18 total tackles.

But the biggest key to victory for head coach Frank Reich’s Colts is to feature running back Marlon Mack in their offensive game plan, who can take advantage of the Broncos (relatively) weaker rush defense.

How the Broncos could surprise the world: Three of the Denver Broncos losses were by a score of less, so they are not as bad as their 2-5 record might indicate, and quarterback Joe Flacco has looked up and down as he attempts to take over this offense.

To beat the Colts, running back Phillip Lindsay has to get plenty of carries, right now averaging 4.6 yards per run with 4 touchdowns this season, and take advantage of Indianapolis’ 19th ranked rushing defense.

Receivers Courtland Sutton and Emmanuel Sanders will also have to have a big game (they often do with 5 touchdowns between them), but that’s assuming the Broncos’ defense, right now the fourth-best in the league behind Von Miller, can figure out a way to neutralize whatever the Colts bring to the battle.

4) 3-3 Oakland Raiders at 4-3 Houston Texans

How to watch

What: Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 4:25 p.m. ET

Where: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

How (TV): CBS

Raiders vs Texans – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Raiders +6.5, Texans -6.5

Current Money Line: Raiders +210, Texans -265

Game Rivalry: This Sunday will make it an even dozen times that this AFC rivalry between the Raiders and the Texans has happened (including a postseason game thrown in there), with the most recent meeting happening during the playoffs of the 2016 season when the Texans beat the Raiders 27-14 in the wild card round only to get beaten by the eventual Super Bowl Champs, the New England Patriots (of course) in the divisional playoffs.

Raiders vs Texans – Game Predictions

Why the Texans are the favorites to win: The Houston Texans are coming off an extremely frustrating loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7, where Indianapolis kept Russell Wilson and company to just a touchdown in the fourth quarter and picked him off twice and sacked him thrice during that 23-30 divisional loss.

Receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Kenny Stills both had a 100+ game and Hopkins caught a touchdown pass but with the Texans’ run game only able to rush the ball for about 100 yards and a touchdown it wasn’t enough to outscore Brissett’s shockingly effective attacks.

The Texans will win this Week 8 game against Oakland because their tremendous offense should be able to score easily against the Raiders’ not so tremendous (ranked 24th) defense, and then J.J. Watt and his defensive pals should be able to get after Derek Carr enough to minimize his contributions.

How the Raiders could surprise the world: The Oakland Raiders’ two-game winning streak got rudely interrupted last week by an amazing Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers by a somewhat embarrassing score of 24-42, only humiliating because Jon Gruden’s slowly improving team was on a definite roll up to then and should have at least put up a better fight.

Derek Carr isn’t having a particularly good season so far, ranked 20th among quarterbacks after completing 140 passes for 1,410 yards and 8 touchdowns but with 4 interceptions, though his completion percentage is a thoroughly impressive 74.1.

The Raiders’ defense has been horrible against the pass, allowing opponents to throw for an average of 290 yards per game (2nd most in the league), so to win this one a big game from Oakland’s secondary, including cornerbacks Daryl Worley and Gareon Conley and free safety Lamarcus Joyner, would certainly help.

3) 3-4 Philadelphia Eagles at 5-1 Buffalo Bills

How to watch

What: Philadelphia Eagles at Buffalo Bills

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York

How (TV): FOX

Eagles vs Bills – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Eagles +1.5, Bills -1.5

Current Money Line: Eagles +104, Bills -125

Game Rivalry: It’s been four seasons since this cross-conference rivalry has taken place (the Eagles beat the Bills 23-20 in Philadelphia in 2015) and this Sunday will make the 14th times these two teams Bills have met up.

Eagles vs Bills – Game Predictions

Why the Bills are the favorites to win: At the beginning of the season, it would have been odd to imagine that the Buffalo Bills would be favored in Week 8 over the Philadelphia Eagles (granted, it’s only by a point and a half…) but still, here we are.

The Bills are good and getting better, and though they’ve lost to the only above .500 team they’ve played this season (that was to the Patriots in Week 4), second-year quarterback Josh Allen seems to be figuring out how to play and win in the NFL, though he has the same number of picks as he does touchdowns (7) so he obviously still has to learn how to be more careful with the ball.

It’s Buffalo’s defense that’s been making the headlines, though (hello Jerry Hughes, Tre’Davious White, and rookie Ed Oliver), ranked third in the league and ready to get after Carson Wentz, who’s already been sacked 13 times this season.

For more on the Bills, read also “Buffalo Bills 2019-2020 Postseason Odds“.

How the Eagles could surprise the world: The Philadelphia Eagles have created an odd win/loss pattern this season, after winning their home opener they’ve lost two games, won two games, and now they’ve just lost two games again.

If that pattern holds true, they should be able to play like they were predicted to do in the preseason and give these unchallenged Bills a run for their money, with veteran Carson Wentz showing Bills’ second-year man Josh Allen what it means to be outplayed through the air.

Of course, injuries could play a big factor in whether the Eagles can snag a win here (or at least cover the minor spread), since some of their key playmakers are banged up and listed as questionable right now – including wide receiver Desean Jackson (abdomen), running back Darren Sproles (quadriceps) and offensive tackle Jason Peters (knee).

2) 4-2 Carolina Panthers at 6-0 San Francisco 49ers

How to watch

What: Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, at 4:05 p.m. ET

Where: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California

How (TV): FOX

Panthers vs 49ers – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Panthers +5, 49ers -5

Current Money Line: Panthers +180, 49ers -225

Game Rivalry: This NFC rivalry between the Panthers and the 49ers has happened 21 times already, the latest time being in September of the 2017 season when the Panthers punished the 49ers by a score of 23-3 in San Francisco.

Panthers vs 49ers – Game Predictions

Why the 49ers are the favorites to win: If you watched the San Francisco 49ers play football last week when they slipped and slid their way past the Washington Redskins 9-0 in the pouring rain then you know that head coach Kyle Shanahan’s team can get the job done regardless of the sloppy circumstances.

It’s been time for quarterback Jimmy Garopolo to prove that he can start for a team and lead them to wins, and so far that’s all he’s done this season while completing almost 70 percent of his passes (38.3) with 7 touchdowns and almost as many interceptions (6).

The biggest reason(s) for the 40ers success this year is the defense, best overall in the league right now, and Kyle Allen better keep his eyes open for Dee Ford and Richard Sherman because they and their friends have been playing lights out this season, allowing opponents just 223.5 total yards per game.

How the Panthers could surprise the world: The Carolina Panthers, well-rested after their Week 7 bye, are following a familiar NFL script this season, which is have your franchise starting quarterback sit on the sidelines with an injury (or a retirement, see above) and then have your backup come in and start winning all sorts of games, which is exactly what Kyle Allen has done once Cam Newton’s foot kept him off the field for a while.

Allen’s numbers are modest – 80 completions for 901 yards and 7 touchdowns with no interceptions and a completion rate of 65.6 – but the Panthers are 4-0 with him under center and he has a way of getting the ball to his playmakers effectively.

Speaking of effective playmakers, Christian McCaffrey is once again part of the MVP conversation, with 127 carries for 618 yards and 7 touchdowns and 35 catches for 305 yards and 2 touchdowns with zero fumbles to his name, and for Carolina to win, offensive coordinator Norv Turner will have to use him effectively on the ground and through the air and let him do the rest.

1) 6-1 Green Bay Packers at 5-2 Kansas City Chiefs

How to watch

What: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

When: Sunday Night Football, October 27, 2019, at 8:20 p.m. ET

Where: Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri

How (TV): FOX

Packers vs Chiefs – Early Odds

Current Point Spread: Packers -5.5, Chiefs +5.5

Current Money Line: Packers -240, Chiefs +190

Game Rivalry: This is arguably the biggest game of the week, with both the Packers and Chiefs battling to stay atop their divisions, these two teams having only met a dozen times before (including 1 postseason game) with the Chiefs winning 7 of those games, the Packers winning 4, and one game back in 1973 ending in a tie.

Packers vs Chiefs – Game Predictions

Why the Packers are the favorites to win: Anyone who saw 6-1 Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers play last week against the Oakland Raiders (25/31 for 429 yards and 5 passing touchdowns plus one rushing touchdown with 0 interceptions and a perfect quarterback rating of 158.3) knows that he is looking to return to the Super Bowl sooner rather than later.

Also having a big Week 7 game (which will also be necessary for a win over the Chiefs) were receivers Marquez Valdes-Scantling and tight end Jimmy Graham, with even running back Aaron Jones pitching in with a receiving touchdown (perhaps making up for his easy drop the week before).

Coordinator Mike Pettine’s Green Bay defense may only be ranked 26th overall (with just 6 interceptions and 10 total sacks) but somehow they keep opponents to under 20 points per game, which is the 9th fewest points allowed per game in the NFL.

How the Chiefs could surprise the world: The fact that the Kansas City Chiefs are the underdogs in this one should tell you something, and that could only mean that quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been taken out of the equation, forced to the sidelines after a quarterback sneak in Week 7 ended in a scary dislocated knee cap.

Filling in for Mahomes under center is backup Matt Moore, who played well in the Chiefs’ win over the Broncos, completing 10-of-19 for 117 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions, his biggest targets being the Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce, who combined for 110+ receiving yards and a touchdown.

The only way for the Chiefs to beat the Packers is for their 25th ranked defense to step up and get after old man Rodgers in the backfield, otherwise the Mahomes-less offense may not be able to do what it typically does to win games, which is to simply outscore the opponent no matter how many points their defense lets’ them put on the board.

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