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NFL Week 8: Schedule, Odds, Games to watch

The NFL regular season reaches Week 8 and with all 32 teams in action, more thrills and spills are expected over the coming days.

Bragging rights along with wins are at stake with some intriguing grudge matches that this latest round of games has to offer.

Week 8 Schedule, TV, Odds

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Location

Time (ET)

TV

Spread

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Buffalo Bills

Highmark Stadium

8:15pm 

Amazon Prime

Bills -9.5

Houston Texans

Carolina Panthers

Bank of America Stadium

1pm 

Fox

Texans -3.0

Los Angeles Rams

Dallas Cowboys

AT&T Stadium

1pm

Fox

Cowboys -6.0

Minnesota Vikings

Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field

1pm

Fox

Vikings -1.5

New Orleans Saints

Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium

1pm

Fox

Saints -1.0

New England Patriots

Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium

1pm

CBS

Dolphins -9.0

New York Jets

New York Giants

MetLife Stadium

1pm

CBS

Jets -3.0

Jacksonville Jaguars

Pittsburgh Steelers

Acrisure Stadium

1pm

CBS

Jaguars -2.5

Atlanta Falcons

Tennessee Titans

Nissan Stadium

1pm

CBS

Falcons -2.5

Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Commanders

FedEx Field

4.25pm

Fox

Eagles -7.0

Cleveland Browns

Seattle Seahawks

Lumen Field

4.05pm

Fox

Seahawks -3.5

Baltimore Ravens

Arizona Cardinals

State Farm Stadium

4.25pm

CBS

Ravens -9.5

Kansas City Chiefs

Denver Broncos

Mile High

8.20pm

CBS

Chiefs -7.0

Cincinnati Bengals

San Francisco 49ers

Levi’s Stadium

8.15pm

CBS

49ers -3.5

Chicago Bears

Los Angeles Chargers

SoFi Stadium

8.20pm

NBC

Chargers -8.5

Las Vegas Raiders

Detroit Lions

Ford Field

8.15pm

ABC

Lions -8.5

Vikings charge on to Lambeau Field

WhatMinnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers
WhereLambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin
When1PM ET, Sunday October 29
How to watchFox
OddsPackers -110 ML, Vikings -1.0

On the back of an impressive 22-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, the Minnesota Vikings should be full of confidence heading to rivals Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

The Vikings and head coach Kevin O’Connell endured a tough start to the campaign, with defeats to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Chargers in their first three outings.

While Minnesota lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 27-20, the Vikings have since won three of their last four outings and have responded well to that poor start despite star wide receiver Justin Jefferson being on the Injured Reserve list with a hamstring injury.

With wins over the Panthers, Chicago Bears and now the 49ers, the Vikings are looking to chase down NFC North frontrunners the Detroit Lions.

Quarterback Kirk Cousins appears to be finding his rhythm and on Sunday will be hoping to guide the Vikings to their first win at Lambeau Field since November 2020.

Both squads are -110 ML to win the game, indicating it should be an evenly-matched divisional contest.

Bragging rights at stake at MetLife

WhatNew York Jets @ New York Giants
WhereMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
When1PM ET, Sunday October 29
How to watchCBS
OddsGiants +130 ML, Jets -3.0

While it’s a matchup between two sides that need a lot to go right to reach the playoffs this year, there will still be plenty of interest when the New York Jets face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.

The Jets are feeling positive after winning their last two games against the Denver Broncos and the Eagles before enjoying a bye week heading into this encounter against the Giants.

As for the Giants, they managed to snap a four-game losing streak by beating NFC East rivals the Washington Commanders 14-7 last weekend.

Trying to find some consistency is the key for the Giants and Sunday offers up an opportunity to secure back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

The Giants are +130 ML for the win, while the Jets are -150 ML to claim the W and the bragging rights that would go with it.

Pressure on 49ers to respond

WhatCincinnati Bengals @ San Francisco 49ers
WhereLevi’s Stadium, San Francisco, California
When8.15PM ET, Sunday October 29
How to watchCBS
OddsBengals +210 ML, 49ers -5.5

Having moved to 5-0 after thrashing the Dallas Cowboys, few would have expected the San Francisco 49ers to be 5-2 after their last two outings against the Cleveland Browns and the Vikings.

Quarterback Brock Purdy threw two interceptions against the Vikings on Monday night and will be determined to try and rediscover his early-season form.

The Bengals will head to Levi’s Stadium looking to add to San Francisco’s woes, having won three of their last four games.

Beating the Arizona Cardinals on the road before a home win against the Seattle Seahawks last time out, quarterback Joe Burrow is starting to grind out results.

Sunday’s game at San Francisco represents their biggest challenge of the season so far but Cincinnati might be catching the 49ers at the right time.

The Bengals are +210 for the victory, while the 49ers are available at -250 to get back to winning ways.

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