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2019 NFL Week 8 Betting

NFL Week 8 Betting Odds

Seven weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Week 7 saw the Kansas City Chiefs lose Patrick Mahomes for an extended period of time but still go on to thump the Denver Broncos, The Los Angeles Rams get their groove back in Hotlanta, Aaron Rodgers threw 5 TDs to lead the Packers to a commanding win over the Raiders, and the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots logged their second shutout win of the season. Week 8 only has two teams on bye which includes the Cowboys and Ravens. All of the 30 other teams will be in live action so let’s dig into the prime time games and see what they offer up!

NFL Week 8 Matchups Odds

Washington vs. Minnesota (-16, 42)

New York vs. Detroit (-7, 49.5)

Tampa Bay vs. Tennessee (-2.5, 46)

Los Angeles vs. Chicago (-4, 40)

New York vs. Jacksonville (-6, 41.5)

Philadelphia vs. Buffalo (-2, 43)

Cincinnati vs. Los Angeles (-13.5, 48.5)

Oakland vs. Houston (-6.5, 51.5)

Carolina vs. San Francisco (-5.5, 41.5)

Denver vs. Indianapolis (-6, 43.5)

Cleveland vs. New England (-13, 46)

Green Bay vs. Kansas City (+4.5, 48)

Miami vs. Pittsburgh (-14.5, 43)

Week 8 kicks off on Thursday Night Football in the Twin Cities where Mike Zimmer’s Minnesota Vikings will be gunning for a fourth straight victory and a 6-2 first half start to the season. Linemakers thoroughly expect them to notch it as well with Kirk Cousins and company lined hefty 16-point favorites against a Washington Redskins team whose only win of the season has come against the winless Miami Dolphins; by one point no less! That said, the Skins have been able to be competitive in spurts giving the Eagles all they could handle in Philly back in Week 1, and just going toe-to-toe with the undefeated 49ers last week before ultimately falling 9-0 as 10-point underdogs.

These non-divisional NFC rivals have crossed paths seven times dating back to 2010. Minnesota checks in 5-2 SU and ATS in those matchups with the teams combining for high scorers in all but one of those occasions. Minnesota has won and covered three of the last four times it hosted Washington with the over cashing in each time.

NFL bettors and fans of the sport have been robbed of arguably the best quarterback matchup of the season with Patrick Mahomes out of commission for the Kansas City Chiefs matchup against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football. His absence finds Andy Reid’s squad lined home underdogs for the first time since the 2014 season when the then Alex Smith led Chiefs thumped Tom Brady and the Patriots 41-14 as field goal underdogs. Should KC go on to lose this game, it will have dropped three straight in front of the Arrowhead faithful after falling to the division rival Colts and Texans before roasting Denver on the road last week.

Tonight’s matchup will mark only the fifth time these franchises will have run up against one another since the turn of the century. Each squad has garnered a pair of wins and covers with the over cashing in three times. KC is 1-1 SU and ATS as a home underdog with Andy Reid at the helm.

It’s gotten to the point of ridiculousness! Why the heck are the Miami Dolphins gracing the airwaves of Monday Night Football?! We’ve already been forced to watch the Browns smear the Jets, the Bears dominate the Redskins, the Steelers curb stomp the Bengals, and the Patriots run roughshod upon Sam Darnold. Now we have to watch the Miami Dolphins in all their winless glory take on the Pittsburgh Steelers who opened up as the biggest favorites of the Week 8 slate at online sportsbooks; you gotta be kidding me! “FitzMagic” and his fairy dust don’t stand a chance in the Steel City against a rested – but wounded - bunch of Steelers looking to continue turning their season around.

Pittsburgh enters this matchup two-games under .500 but owns a 4-2 ATS record after covering against both Baltimore and San Francisco in defeat. Miami has covered its last two games out of the bye against Washington and Buffalo. But these two squads are on completely opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to performing under the Monday night lights. The Steelers have covered five of their last six appearances while the Dolphins have gone a bankroll draining 1-8 ATS in their last nine.

NFL Week 8 Betting Schedule - October 24-28

Thursday, October 24
Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings 8:20pm FOX/NFLN
Sunday, October 27
Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams 1:00 pm CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 pm FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Buffalo Bills 1:00 pm FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Chicago Bears 1:00 pm FOX
New York Giants at Detroit Lions 1:00 pm FOX
Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans 1:00 pm CBS
New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 pm CBS
Arizona Cardinals at New Orleans Saints 1:00 pm CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee Titans 1:00 pm FOX
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers 4:05 pm FOX
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts 4:25 pm CBS
Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots 4:25 pm CBS
Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs 8:20 pm NBC
Monday, October 28
Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers 8:15 pm ESPN

BYE WEEK: Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens

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