NFL Week 8 Odds: Current Spreads, Totals And Props For Every Game

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As we get set to put a bow on the first two months of the NFL regular season, an interesting hierarchy has developed. There are a few clear favorites in the latest Super Bowl odds and a couple of teams that appear to have the inside track on lofty picks at the next NFL Draft.

In between those two extremes, we find everyone else. We’ll see if any of them can begin separating from the pack in NFL Week 8. The busy slate continues with an early London game, features an intriguing showdown between the 49ers and Rams, and concludes with an AFC North battle on Monday night.

In this article, we have the latest NFL betting odds for the rest of this week’s games, plus matchup previews, player props, the latest news, and more. Read on for a complete look at NFL Week 8 and what you need to know about betting on this week’s games.

NFL Week 8 betting odds

View and compare the latest odds for all of the remaining Week 8 games in the below table. Use the dropdown bar to see the pregame betting markets of spread, moneyline, and totals, and do the same to view the numbers from your legal market. If you see a bet that you want to place, click on it to be directed to the sportsbook.

NFL Week 8 player props

When you enter the name of a player in the below table, you’ll see all of the available props along with the latest odds from top legal online sportsbooks. If you see an option that you want to wager on, click on your selection to be directed to the sportsbook to place the bet.

NFL Week 8 matchups and best odds

From the early kickoff in London to Monday Night Football, there are still 14 games to look forward to. Here’s what you need to know about each of the remaining matchups and the latest odds for the top pregame bets.

Denver Broncos at Jacksonville Jaguars (London)

The Broncos and Jaguars bring matching records of 2-5 to the table. They’re both looking to snap four-game skids as they head across the pond. To date, the preseason big game dreams of Denver appear to have been wildly off of the mark. Russell Wilson is set to return after missing last week to injury. Jacksonville looked much improved while opening up the season at 2-1, but it has been downhill from there.

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons

After the Panthers traded Christian McCaffrey, many viewed the move as if the club was waving the white flag on the season. Carolina then went out and pulled out a massive upset over the Buccaneers. They’ll be facing off with an NFC South rival that has been much better than expected. If the 3-4 Falcons manage to pull out the win here, they’ll be the division’s lone .500 team and in first place.

Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys

The Bears weren’t being given much of a chance for their trip to New England on Monday night. The team proceeded to dominate in all phases to exit with a convincing victory. Justin Fields delivered perhaps his finest performance as a pro, while the defense harassed the Patriots all night. Keeping the momentum going won’t be easy as they travel to Dallas to face a tough Cowboys squad. Ezekiel Elliott could miss the game with a knee injury.

Miami Dolphins at Detroit Lions

Tua Tagovailoa returned for the Dolphins last week as the team snapped a three-game losing streak. Now 4-3, the team will look to make up more ground in the playoff chase when they travel to Detroit. The Lions opened up the year by putting video game numbers on the board, but the offense has gone south and produced six points over the last two games. Amon-Ra St. Brown and D’Andre Swift could return this week and may provide a lift.

Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings

DeAndre Hopkins made his season debut last week. Arizona responded by producing 42 points in a win over the Saints to get to 3-4 on the year. We should learn pretty quickly if that was a coincidence or not as the Cardinals hit the road this week for a tough test. The Vikings return from a bye week with a record of 5-1. The club is in control of the NFC North race and looks like a squad that will have something to say about how the conference shakes out.

Las Vegas Raiders at New Orleans Saints

The Raiders enter the week at 2-4, but they’ve been playing much better than the record indicates. The team has won two of the last three, and the offense has been clicking very well over that span. Las Vegas heads to New Orleans this week to face a Saints team that can also put points on the board. Unfortunately, they’ve also been giving up a whole bunch. Andy Dalton will be under center once again.

New England Patriots at New York Jets

The Patriots will look to rebound from the beatdown at the hands of the Bears when they travel to face the rival Jets. Mac Jones is expected to get the nod. As is often the case with New England, we can consider the news to be subject to change. The Jets are sizzling and riding a four-game winning streak, but the team did receive a bad blow this week. Breece Hall’s rookie of the year campaign is over as he’s done for the season with an ACL injury.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles

The offensive woes for the Steelers continue as they travel to Philadelphia to face off with the undefeated Eagles. Pittsburgh is 2-5 with both of the victories coming in the form of big upsets. Outside of a blowout loss to the Bills, they’ve been competitive. The Eagles entered the season with playoff aspirations, but the bar has been moved up after the 6-0 start. The team is now one of the big game favorites, while Jalen Hurts is in the MVP conversation.

Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans

When the Titans opened up the year at 0-2, they were looking like a far cry from the club that earned the AFC’s top seed a season ago. Four straight wins later, the club is once again looking like it has the potential to be a postseason factor. Ryan Tannehill carries a questionable tag for the trip to Houston. The Texans have been more competitive than many were expecting, but the 1-4-1 record places them in the AFC South basement.

Washington Commanders at Indianapolis Colts

This could’ve been another stop on the Carson Wentz revenge tour, but he’s sidelined with a hand injury. It’ll be Taylor Heinicke leading the way for the Commanders once again. He started last week while the club pulled out an upset over the Packers. The Colts have had an eventful week. After dropping a decision to the Titans, the club announced that the Matt Ryan experiment is over. Sam Ehlinger is now the QB1 in Indianapolis.

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams

One of the marquee matchups of the week takes place at the home of the defending Super Bowl champs. The 49ers continue to receive a ton of hype following the acquisition of Christian McCaffrey. However, the team has also lost its last two games by double digits. They’ll be looking to go 2-0 on the year against the rival Rams. Los Angeles returns from a bye at 3-3. We’ll see if the time off has helped them get back on track.

New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks

A pair of surprising teams are set to square off in this intriguing tilt. The Giants have wildly exceeded expectations while going 6-1. Saquon Barkley has been one of the league’s best weapons, while the defense continues to get the job done. They’ll travel to face a Seahawks team that has also been better than initially advertised while going 4-3. Geno Smith has been excellent under center, while the defense has been improving by the week.

Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills

The struggling Packers go into the Sunday Night Football spotlight in the unfamiliar role of huge underdogs. The club has lost three straight, and it doesn’t look like any quick fixes are on the way. Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the offense simply can’t get anything going, while the defense can only do so much. Green Bay heads to Buffalo to face off with the current big game favorites, a 5-1 Bills team that’s returning from a bye.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns

The Bengals are 4-3 and riding a two-game winning streak, but a new hurdle has emerged. Ja’Marr Chase is out with a hip injury and will miss an extended period of time. Cincinnati closes the week with a Monday Night Football showdown versus the rival Browns. Cleveland enters on a four-game skid with a record of 2-5. Outside of Nick Chubb leading the league in rushing yards, there hasn’t been much to cheer about.

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