NFL Regular Season Week 8 Betting Outlook
It’s week 8 of the NFL regular season and many teams are heading full steam ahead. Coming out of week 7 we saw plenty of action, and there’s no telling what we are bound to see during this next week’s games.
We continue to see some teams take the lead. The Philadelphia Eagles were able to slip under the radar this week and remain undefeated since they had a bye week. We’ll see if they are able to hold on to the title of the only undefeated team in the league when they come out of week 8.
That’s the fun part of sports betting. You never know which team is going to emerge victorious. Each team puts it out on the field, and it can be challenging to predict which teams’ head is more in it.
As we head into Week 8 of regular season action in the NFL we anticipate some incredible games. Today we’re going to take a look at each of these games and make our picks.
New England Patriots vs. New York Jets – October 30, 2022 12:00pm CST
The New England Patriots are coming off of a Monday night game, which can sometimes be troubling. These quick turnarounds have a habit of being tough on teams, especially defenses.
Although they’re only in second place in the AFC East, there’s no arguing how well the Jets are playing. They have a 5-2 record this season and just beat the Denver Broncos. With a 1-2 record at home, the Jets will likely earn their sixth win of the season.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles – October 30, 2022 12:00pm CST
After losing 16-10 to the Miami Dolphins, the Pittsburgh Steelers need to go back to the drawing board. They have a record of 2-5 with a 1-3 record when playing on the road.
The Steelers’ opponent is one of the best teams in the league, the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles have yet to lose a game and are coming off of a bye week. Look for the Eagles to earn another win at home this week.
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.