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NFL Week Eight Picks

November 1st, 2020

My rollercoaster ride through this ridiculous NFL season continues.

I went 11-3 picking straight up and 10-3-1 against the spread in week seven, which gets me to 69-35-1 (.662) straight up, 47-54-4 (.467) with the points.

And I’m off to an 0-1 start straight up and against the spread in week eight.


Here’s what not to expect today and tomorrow.

New England (+4.5) at Buffalo
Between Covid-19 opt-outs and injuries, I’m not sure the Patriots have the capacity to field a team right now. Buffalo effectively wraps up the AFC East, winning by a touchdown.

Tennessee (-7) at Cincinnati
The Bengals are starting to put it together on offense. Starting. And they’re not even that far along on D. Titans by 10.

Las Vegas (+2) at Cleveland
The Browns’ lack of a defense is going to hurt them. Sooner or later. But not when they’re hosting another team without a D. Cleveland by a field goal.

Indianapolis (-3) at Detroit
I’m not sure you should expect a lot of offense in this game. Colts by a point.

Minnesota (+6) at Green Bay
The Packers look great against weak opposition. Green Bay by 14.

NY Jets (+20) at Kansas City
Is there any reason for the Jets even to make the trip? Chiefs by 24.

LA Rams (-3.5) at Miami
When do we start talking about how easy the Bills have it in the AFC Least? Miami is already looking ahead to 2021. Los Angeles benefits with a six-point win.

Pittsburgh (+4) at Baltimore
A divisional matchup between two of the league’s most balanced teams with first place in the AFC North on the line. This should be a hell of a football game. Ravens by three.

LA Chargers (-3.5) at Denver
If the Broncos had an offense, they’d probably win this game. Chargers by a field goal.

New Orleans (-4.5) at Chicago
If the Bears had an offense, they’d surely win this game. Saints by four.

San Francisco (+3) at Seattle
The 49ers discover what an excellent football team looks like. Seattle by 10.

Dallas (+11) at Philadelphia
The NFC East is a disaster. Eagles by nine.

Tampa Bay (-12.5) at NY Giants
See previous. Bucs by 20.

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