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NFL Week 8 Schedule with Week 8 Betting Lines
Thursday, October 26
With Jay Cutler out with broken ribs, it's up to Matt Moore to step into the starting lineup in a short week and take on the Ravens. There aren't many backups we'd rather have in this spot, though we must admit that it's a horrible position to be in for any quarterback.
Sunday, October 29
And the quarterback carousel turns again... It's time for Cleveland to shut down DeShone Kizer for a while and let Cody Kessler take him lumps against one of the best defenses in the NFL.
John Fox has found a way to turn Mitch Trubisky into a winning quarterback in spite of the fact that he only threw seven pass attempts to beat the Panthers.
The Jets have continued to stay competitive in games, while the Falcons haven't. Could this be a fourth consecutive loss for the defending NFC champs? The Super Bowl loss hangover is apparently real once again in 2017.
All of a sudden, the Buccaneers and Panthers are facing mini-crises. They're 2-4 and 4-3 respectively, yet neither one can remember how to win a game at this point. If the Bucs don't win this one, it'll be a long way back into contention.
C.J. Beathard's debut as a starting quarterback couldn't have gone much worse. The 49ers were nowhere near competitive against the Cowboys, and now they have to travel across the country to take on a Philadelphia team playing with a slew of confidence. This has the potential to be ugly.
The Raiders were great escape artists last week against the Chiefs, but they're going to need a lot more magic if they're going to go to Orchard Park and beat a Buffalo team that has a knack for winning close games.
Remember when the Bengals couldn't get out of their own way offensively at the outset of the season? That team was back last week against Pittsburgh. Yet Cincinnati, a week after coming nowhere near 200 yards of total offense is laying double-digits against the Colts? That might have something to do with the 10 sacks Indy allowed last week.
The Pats looked the part of the defending Super Bowl champs last week against the Falcons, but there is a lot of confidence right now in the 3-4 Bolts after they shutout Denver last weekend.
Little known fact: The Texans have won a grand total of one game in their history on the road against NFC West foes, and that happened to be against St. Louis four years ago when it had one of the worst teams in the NFL. Traveling west of the Rockies isn't generally good news for Houston, and going to Seattle is only going to make things worse.
After beating up San Fran last week, Dallas has to be full of confidence. We'll have to see what shape the Redskins are in after their Monday nighter in Philly.
The Lions are off of their bye week, and they would love nothing more than to send a message to the rest of the NFL that they're legit by beating the 5-2 Steelers.
Monday, October 30
The only thing scarier than Halloween of late has been the Denver offense. A week after getting stymied by the then-winless Giants, the Broncos went on the road and were blanked for the first time in 25 years by the Chargers. This is the perfect get-better game for the Chiefs.
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