2016 NFL Week 8 Early Lines
Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas recently posted some early lines for the Week 8 NFL slate. Week 8 features the third London game of the season, in which the Redskins and Bengals will face-off. Favorites are 10-5 ATS at Wembley Stadium all-time and as it stands right now, the Bengals are three point favorites.
The teams coming off a bye week are the Panthers and Cowboys. The Panthers, who are off to a horrendous start, are one point favorites against another disappointing team, the Cardinals. Meanwhile, the Cowboys will host the Eagles in a rookie quarterback showdown.
The biggest favorite of the week is Denver (-7), who’s hosting a Chargers team that just beat them in San Diego last week. It looks like the books expect the Broncos to bounce back and beat up on the Chargers in the thin mountain air.
At -6, the Patriots are the second biggest favorite. They are on the road against a Bills team that shut them out with Jacoby Brissett under center in Week 4. With Tom Brady back, you can expect the Patriots to put up a much bigger number against their division foe.
Take a look at the full slate below.
All Times Eastern
Thursday, October 27th
8:25 PM- Jacksonville @ Tennessee: Titans -3
Sunday, October 30th
9:30 AM- Washington @ Cincinnati (London, England): Bengals -3
1:00 PM- Detroit @ Houston: Texans -3
1:00 PM- Seattle @ New Orleans: Seahawks -5.5
1:00 PM- New England @ Buffalo: Patriots -6
1:00 PM- New York Jets @ Cleveland: Jets -3
1:00 PM- Oakland @ Tampa Bay: PK
1:00 PM- Kansas City @ Indianapolis: Chiefs -2.5
1:00 PM- Arizona @ Carolina: Panthers -1
4:05 PM- San Diego @ Denver: Broncos -7
4:25 PM- Green Bay @ Atlanta: Falcons -2.5
8:30 PM- Philadelphia @ Dallas: Cowboys -4.5
Monday, October 31st
8:30 PM- Minnesota @ Chicago: Vikings -5.5
Byes: Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, New York Giants, Pittsburgh, San Francisco
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