2023 NFL Week 8 Odds: Spreads, Totals, Props For Every Game


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Week 8 of the NFL season puts us at the end of October. The week starts off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football. Some other matchups for the week include the Cincinnati Bengals versus the San Francisco 49ers and the Chicago Bears against the Los Angeles Chargers.

We end with Monday Night Football as the Detroit Lions host the Las Vegas Raiders at Ford Field for primetime football.

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Below is a full list of the best available Week 8 odds. The list includes point spreads, moneylines, and totals.

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NFL Week 8 matchups and best odds

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills

Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came up on the short end of a divisional slugfest against the Falcons last week in their second straight home game. Now they hit the road with Mike Evans (hamstring), Jamel Dean (neck), and Vita Vea (foot) all good to go on a short week.

After demolishing the Dolphins in a key AFC East matchup, the Buffalo Bills have regressed while dealing with key injuries at all three levels of their defense. Their offense still ranks second in completion rate (70.7%) and third in points per game (28.3) this season. 

Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX 

The Los Angeles Rams placed lead back Kyren Williams (ankle) on I.R. ahead of Week 7 and signed Darrell Henderson Jr. to immediately return as the featured back in a pass-heavy offense. Matthew Stafford is averaging 36.6 pass attempts per game with Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua playing at a high level. 

The Dallas Cowboys defense bounced back from a few down games to lead the way in a Monday night win over the Chargers in Week 6. Coming off a bye in Week 8, the Cowboys are yielding the third-fewest passing yards per game (177.2) with the highest interception rate (4.7%) in the NFL. 

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX 

The Minnesota Vikings were able to beat the Bears and 49ers in succession without reigning Offensive Player of the Year Justin Jefferson (hamstring), who is out until at least Week 10. They are the only team in the NFL without a rushing touchdown and are passing at the highest rate in pro football.

The Green Bay Packers continued to struggle offensively with Aaron Jones (hamstring) still limited after their Week 6 bye. The Packers have started 2-4 for the first time since 2004 and have the second-lowest completion rate (57.7%) in the NFL. 

Atlanta Falcons at Tennessee Titans

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS

The Atlanta Falcons have re-integrated Cordarelle Patterson to a running back rotation that includes Tyler Allgeier and No. 8 overall pick Bijan Robinson. Their defense ranks third in opponent’s third-down conversion rate (33.7%) and fourth in opponent’s yards per game (285.4) this season. 

The Tennessee Titans plan to start rookie Will Levis in place of Ryan Tannehill (ankle) in Week 8. They last played in London in Week 6 and will hope to have receiver Treylon Burks (knee), safety Elijah Molden (hamstring), and defensive tackle Teiar Tart (toe) active for this home game.

New Orleans Saints at Indianapolis Colts 

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX 

The New Orleans Saints are coming off a Thursday night home loss to the Jaguars in which Derek Carr appeared to suffer a groin injury on top of his shoulder sprain. The Saints defense is holding opponents to the second-lowest completion rate (57.7%) while allowing 18.1 points per game this season. 

The Indianapolis Colts produced 38 points in a controversial Week 7 home loss to the Browns with Jonathan Taylor accounting for 120 of their 456 scrimmage yards. Gardner Minshew is slated to start the rest of the season with Anthony Richardson (shoulder) on I.R.

New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS

The New England Patriots bounced back from a rough three-game losing streak to earn a last-second win over the Bills, delivering Bill Belichick the 300th victory of his career. The Patriots offense ranks 31st in points per game (14.4) but has the fourth-highest touchdown conversion rate (66.7%) on red zone possessions. 

The Miami Dolphins are running a revolutionary offense with Tua Tagovailoa leading the NFL in passer rating (110.4), completion rate (71.2%), and yards per attempt (9.1) this season. The Dolphin’s defense is coughing up 26.7 points per game, although their struggling secondary could soon be bolstered by the debut of Jalen Ramsey (knee). 

New York Jets at New York Giants

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS

The New York Jets emerge from their bye week with some momentum after beating the Broncos and upsetting the Eagles. Breece Hall has led the Jets offense in recent weeks and their defense ranks fourth in the opponent’s touchdown conversion rate (36.4%) in the red zone.   

The New York Giants struggled badly on both sides of the ball with Saquon Barkley (ankle) out for three games. Tyrod Taylor has stepped in for Daniel Jones (ankle) to lead their offense over their past two weeks with Barkley active. The Giants have been missing several starting offensive linemen for most of the season. 

Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, CBS

The Jacksonville Jaguars are riding a four-game win streak and are on a long week after beating the Saints last Thursday night. Trevor Lawrence rushed for 59 yards in that contest despite being listed as a game-time decision due to a knee bruise. Jacksonville’s defense is allowing the fourth-fewest yards per carry (3.6) this season. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers seemed to find some traction offensively in a 24-17 win at the Rams with Diontae Johnson (hamstring) active for the first time since Week 1. Their defense is giving up the third-most yards per game (383.5) but is averaging two takeaways per game with T.J. Watt producing in key moments. 

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX

The Philadelphia Eagles removed Darius Slay (knee), Jalen Carter (ankle), and Lane Johnson (ankle) from their injury report ahead of a physical 31-17 win over the Dolphins on Sunday night. Philadelphia averages a league-high 33.6 rushes per game behind one of the best offensive lines in football. 

The Washington Commanders gave the Eagles a scare in Week 4 and ended Philadelphia’s undefeated start last season in Week 9. Sam Howell has taken a league-high 40 sacks through seven games and the Commanders defense is yielding the fourth-most points per game (27.1) this season. 

Houston Texans at Carolina Panthers

Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX

The Houston Texans have exceeded expectations this season with C.J. Stroud playing at a high level in his rookie campaign. Demeco Ryans has turned their defense from the worst unit in the NFL against the rush last year, to the 13th-best run defense in terms of opponent’s yards per carry (3.9). 

The Carolina Panthers traded top receiver DJ Moore among other assets to select Bryce Young first overall over Stroud or other quarterbacks this April. Young has struggled with a 77.2 passer rating this season but showed improvement in his final two starts before a Week 7 bye. 

Cleveland Browns at Seattle Seahawks

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, FOX 

The Cleveland Browns came into Week 7 having allowed the fewest total yards (1,002) through five games in several decades, then coughed up 456 yards in a shootout win at the Colts. Deshaun Watson (shoulder) was knocked out of action in the first quarter, but will reportedly try to play in Week 8. 

The Seattle Seahawks have held opponents to 272.3 total yards per game and averaged 352 yards of offense during a 3-1 stretch. Yet their offense has struggled in the red zone and their defense is allowing opponents to convert red zone possessions into touchdowns at a league-high rate (81.2%). 

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS 

This is the third straight divisional game for the Kansas City Chiefs and their second matchup with Denver in three weeks. The Chiefs handily defeated the Chargers, 31-17, in Week 7 to move one step closer to an eighth straight AFC West crown. 

The Denver Broncos have improved defensively after a historically poor start to the season. Denver still ranks last in yards per game allowed (424.7) and yards per carry (5.5) allowed during a 2-5 start. 

Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

The Baltimore Ravens returned from a win over the Titans in London to demolish the Lions in a Week 7 home game. Lamar Jackson passed for 357 yards and three touchdowns in his best performance yet under new offensive coordinator Todd Monken

The Arizona Cardinals have averaged 13 points per game and 296 yards per game with James Conner (knee) on I.R. over their past three losses. Kyler Murray (ACL) has returned to practice and could soon make his season debut. 

Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

The Cincinnati Bengals earned consecutive wins before their Week 7 bye with Joe Burrow (calf) showing signs of improvement after struggling with his mobility early in the season. Cincinnati still ranks last in yards per game (256.3) and yards per pass (4.8) on the year. 

The San Francisco 49ers have ruled Deebo Samuel (shoulder) out through Week 8 and might be without tackle Trent Williams (ankle) for a second straight game. Linebackers Dre Greenlaw and Fred Warner both got banged up during a Monday night loss at Minnesota. Christian McCaffrey was able to play through his oblique injury and extend his touchdown streak to 16 games.

Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Chargers

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

The Chicago Bears have won two of their last three games after dropping 14 consecutive regular season games. Rookie Tyson Bagent stepped up in a win over the Raiders with Justin Fields (thumb) out and D’Onta Foreman picked up the slack in the backfield with Khalil Herbert (ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion) unavailable. 

The Los Angeles Chargers dropped consecutive games after their Week 5 bye and are sitting in third place in the AFC West standings. Justin Herbert is dealing with a fractured finger in his non-throwing hand and Derwin James (ankle) has been banged up. 

Las Vegas Raiders at Detroit Lions

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN

The Las Vegas Raiders started veteran Brian Hoyer with Jimmy Garoppolo (back) out in Week 7 and turned to rookie Aidan O’Connell while trailing late at Chicago. The Raiders rank last in the NFL in rushing yards per game (68.6) after Josh Jacobs rushed for a league-best 1,653 yards last season.  
The Detroit Lions were blown out in Baltimore without lead back David Montgomery (ribs) in Week 7. Safety Kerby Joseph (concussion) is the latest defensive back to suffer an injury in Detroit’s secondary.

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