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NFL Week 8 Picks and Predictions
Update: October 2018

 

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This could be a prelude of the NFC championship. Unbeaten Arizona takes on 6-1 Green Bay. Both quarterbacks are on fire this season. Which one prevails? Surprisingly, the Cardinals have won the last three games in this series. The last was in 2018, the year before Kyler Murray took over in Arizona. He’ll have a tough time overcoming Aaron Rodgers though… GREEN BAY 27, ARIZONA 25

 

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Even when the Dolphins finally find a way to be competitive, they still find ways to lose. Miami lost on a last-second field goal last week and now face Buffalo coming off a bye. Bad news. Remember Week 2? That’s when the Bills smoked the Dolphins 35-0. Miami has Tua Tagovailoa back at quarterback, but that won’t matter… BUFFALO 34, MIAMI 17

 

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The Titans have played themselves right into the Super Bowl discussion with consecutive wins over Buffalo and Kansas City. Now, they face another tough task in division rival Indianapolis. The Titans won both games last season and have won three of the last four, but will they be looking ahead to another showdown game with the Rams on Nov. 7? The Colts can turn their entire season around with a big win at home… INDIANAPOLIS 24, TENNESSEE 23

 

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Yes, the Bengals are for real. They almost destroyed Baltimore last week and are now in first place in the AFC Central. The Jets will likely be without QB Zack Wilson who was hurt in New York’s loss to New England. There is simply no scenario where the Jets beat the Bengals… CINCINNATI 27, NY JETS 10

 

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The Rams faced a fight from the Detroit Lions last week, but that likely had more to do with the Jared Goff-for-Matthew Stafford trade in the offseason. The Texans will get Tyrod Taylor back at quarterback, but even that won’t be enough to overcome the juggernaut that is the Los Angeles Rams… LA RAMS 34, HOUSTON 17

 

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The Patriots put up an uncharacteristic 51 points last week. QB Mac Jones was impressive once again throwing for 307 yards and two touchdowns. Damien Harris ran for over 100 yards and New England had over 450 yards of offense. The Chargers are coming off a bye and an ugly loss to Baltimore in their last game. Justin Herbert and company will get back on track with a home win… LA CHARGERS 33, NEW ENGLAND 27

 

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The Jaguars are no longer one of the NFL’s winless teams. Their win over Miami two weeks ago gave head coach Urban Meyer and QB Trevor Lawrence their first NFL victories. Now, it’s back to reality. One plus for the Jags is Seattle will be without QB Russell Wilson. Still, Geno Smith is a capable backup and the Seahawks are playing at home where it is difficult for road teams to win… SEATTLE 31, JACKSONVILLE 24

 

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Washington has now lost three straight. Denver can do one better. The Broncos have lost four in a row after starting the season 3-0. Teddy Bridgewater is one of those quarterbacks that bettors love to back because of his record against the spread. The Football Team is just not…a good football team. The defense is suspect and the offense couldn’t score last week. Advantage home team… DENVER 24, WASHINGTON 20

 

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Fresh off a revenge win over the Chicago Bears, the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to get a regular season win over its nemesis – the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have won five straight regular season games against the Bucs. Tampa Bay’s last win over the Saints in the regular season was in 2018. That game just happened to be in the Superdome too. The Bucs did beat New Orleans in a division playoff game last year on their way to the Super Bowl. Tom Brady and company are hot right now… TAMPA BAY 35, NEW ORLEANS 27

 

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Dallas and Minnesota both are coming off a bye as they head into a Week 7 clash. The Cowboys have the best offense in the NFL and the Vikings have underachieved thus far this season. Dallas has won three of the last four including last year’s game that was also played in Minnesota. Those last four games have been close – all within four points – as this one will be. Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense will be tough to stop, but don’t forget the improved Cowboys defense… DALLAS 31, MINNESOTA 27

 

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Yes, the Chiefs are officially in trouble. Now 3-4, Kansas City cannot afford to lose another game it should win. This is one of those games. After posting the worst QB rating of his career, Patrick Mahomes looks to get back on track in front of a home crowd. The Giants actually pounded Carolina, surprisingly, last week. Don’t let that fool you though… KANSAS CITY 29, NY GIANTS 23

 

 

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The real battle in the NFL in 2019 is which team is worse? Miami or Washington? The Redskins do have a win albeit over Miami and now face 5-2 Minnesota on the road on Thursday night. Washington can’t score. They average 12.9 points per game and were shutout last week. They aren’t very good on defense. They give up almost 26 points a game. Minnesota has one of the best rushing attacks in the NFL and QB Kirk Cousins is just starting to heat up. This one is a no-brainer… Minnesota 34, Washington 14

 

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The Falcons beat the Seahawks the last two times the teams played, but that was before their defense took a nose dive. The Falcons are just 1-6 and the Seahawks are coming off a tough loss to Baltimore at home. The Falcons offense can put up some points, but Atlanta can’t stop anyone. The Falcons have given up a league-worst 223 points. Look for Russell Wilson and company to exact revenge this week… Seattle 32, Atlanta 28

 

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Who would have thought the Bills would be 5-1 and the Eagles just 3-4 at this point in the 2019 season? Not many, but that is the case. The Bills are a top-5 defense. They are third in the league in points allowed (15.2) and third in total defense (292.7). The Eagles are struggling and have suffered a number of injuries. Both starting cornerbacks have missed games and now DT Fletcher Cox is questionable. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson hasn’t played in weeks. The Bills have home-field advantage… Buffalo 23, Philadelphia 17

 

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Neither the Bears nor the Chargers expected their 2019 seasons to start like this. With a loss to New Orleans on Sunday, Chicago is 3-3 and in serious danger. The Chargers were once again in their game with Tennessee but failed to deliver a win losing 23-20. The Bears defense got thrashed by New Orleans, but they are still a top-10 unit. The Chargers are having a tough time running the football, which is creating problems for the offense. At Soldier Field, the edge goes to the Bears… Chicago 20, LA Chargers 17

 

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The Giants have dropped three straight including last week’s 27-21 loss to Arizona. Detroit was right in the thick of the NFC North race until back-to-back losses to Green Bay and Minnesota. The last time the Lions played the Giants at Ford Field, Detroit won big, 35-14, back in 2014. Lions QB Matthew Stafford and the offense can put up the points. The Giants may have RB Saquon Barkley back, which will put some pressure on the Lions defense. Still, the Lions are at home and need a win to get back on track… Detroit 33, NY Giants 20

 

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Tampa Bay (2-4) had an extra week to prepare for Tennessee, which is coming off a win over the Chargers. The week off for the Bucs allowed QB Jameis Winston to not throw an interception. Winston threw five picks in the Bucs last game against Carolina. Tennessee’s defense is their strong suit. Despite being 3-4, the Titans only give up 16 points a game. And, they’re at home this week… Tennessee 20, Tampa Bay 17

 

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The Broncos are now just 2-5 after a loss to Kansas City last Thursday night. They head to Indianapolis (4-2). which has a hold of the AFC South lead. The Colts have won two straight over the Chiefs and the Texans last week. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett is making plays and the running game with Marlon Mack is strong. Denver can’t quite seem to generate much offense. They are 29th in the league in scoring at just 16 points per game… Indianapolis 33, Denver 17

 

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The Rams got back on track with a 37-10 win over Atlanta last week. Cincinnati runs into a brick wall week after week. Head coach Zac Taylor has yet to win an NFL game. The Bengals are 0-7, but they have been competitive in most games. The Rams are still struggling to run the football and the defense is giving up too many points. Still, the Rams roster is just better than Cincinnati’s, and they play at home… LA Rams 27, Cincinnati 20

 

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Don’t look now, but the Arizona Cardinals have won three straight. Okay, so the combined record of the teams they beat is 3-18, but still the Cardinals have learned to win. No. 1 draft pick Kyler Murray is developing, but the Cardinals defense still has a long way to go. The Saints have now won five in a row with Teddy Bridgewater subbing for the injured Drew Brees at quarterback. New Orleans’ defense has stepped up as well. Look for one more Bridgewater win before Brees returns… New Orleans 34, Arizona 17

 

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The Jets did get QB Sam Darnold back and he did lead the Jets to their first win, an upset of Dallas. It’s Minshew-mania in Jacksonville where backup Gardner Minshew just led the Jags to their third win of the season last week, a 27-17 defeat of Cincinnati. The running game is strong with Leonard Fournette (715 yards) and Minshew doesn’t make many mistakes. The Jets haven’t won a road game yet. Don’t see it happening this week… Jacksonville 27, NY Jets 23

 

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Week 8’s Sunday night game lost some of its appeal with the injury to Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes. Matt Moore stepped in last week after Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap and calmly went 10-of-19 for 117 yards and a touchdown. He will be challenged this week by a pretty good Green Bay defense. Also, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is coming off a six-touchdown performance. The game is at Arrowhead Stadium which should help Moore, but it won’t be enough… Green Bay 30, Kansas City 27

 

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This could be the ugliest Monday night game of the season. The Dolphins are awful. They can’t score and they can’t stop anyone from scoring. In six games this season, Miami has scored just 63 points. The Steelers aren’t much better, but they will have QB Mason Rudolph back after a concussion injury. The Steelers did beat the Bengals, also awful, on Monday night earlier this season. Plus, the game is in Pittsburgh… Pittsburgh 24, Miami 7

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