NFL Week 8 Previews, Picks, and Fantasy Tips

by | Oct 29, 2022 | Football

Week 8 of the NFL kicked off on Thursday with the Ravens making a statement win in Tampa Bay. To this point in the season, every team has a chance to win, every single week. The very good teams, like the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles, have begun to cement themselves. However, their separation between other good teams is thinner than ever. For these NFL Week 8 Picks, there is a heavy focus on the favorites but favorite has been a loose term this year.

Denver Broncos (+107) at Jacksonville Jaguars (-132) – Sunday, 9:30 AM EST

Head coach Nathaniel Hackett recently announced that Russell Wilson will be the team’s starter this Sunday. Wilson returns after missing last week’s action with a hamstring injury. The quarterback’s ‘phony’ behavior has been a subject of NFL discourse this year and will only continue after Wilson decided to work out for 4 hours on the team’s plane ride to London. The clock is ticking on the 2-5 Denver Broncos, and we could see management throw in the towel with a loss to the Jags this week.

Denver Broncos Notable Injuries: Cameron Fleming (O), Baron Browning (O)

The Jaguars have lost four straight after beginning the season 2-1. They’ve struggled to close out opponents, but it’s important to remember that they’re still a young team. Better days lie ahead in Jacksonville, or maybe in London, where the team has played a game every year since 2013. The Jags will have home field advantage of sorts this Sunday. They will be expecting quarterback Trevor Lawrence to capitalize and return to the way he played earlier in the year.

Jacksonville Jaguars Notable Injuries: Jamal Agnew (Q)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Denver Broncos Start ‘Em

  1. Broncos Defense   2. Brandon McManus   3 Jerry Jeudy

Denver Broncos Sit ‘Em

  1. Russell Wilson      2. Melvin Gordon III      3. Courtland Sutton 

Jacksonville Jaguars Start ‘Em

  1. Travis Etinne       2. Christian Kirk         3. Jaguars Defense

Jacksonville Jaguars Sit ‘Em

  1. Trevor Lawrence   2. Marvin Jones Jr.

Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Week 8 Picks

The Jaguars strike early and often and build a two-score lead before the break in London. Once again, we see the team’s lead dwindle, but this time they’re able to fend off Russell Wilson and company, helping them pick up their third win of the season.

Final Score: Jacksonville 27 – Denver 21

Wicked Wagers – Jaguars -2.5 (-110) / Over 40.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Russell Wilson Longest Completion Under 36.5 Yards (-105)

Miami Dolphins (-195) at Detroit Lions (+160) – Sunday, 1:00 PM EST

The Dolphins picked up a much-needed win in Week 7 against the Steelers. Tua Tagovailoa returned to a nice ovation but didn’t play his best. The quarterback made several errant throws that he was fortunate did not cost the team. The Detroit Lions have been one of the worst teams in the league at forcing turnovers so he may be able to get away with the same mistakes this Sunday. However, for his team to go on a deep playoff run he’ll have to clean the mistakes up.

Miami Dolphins Notable Injuries: Emmanuel Ogbah (Q)

The Lions offense has been abysmal since being one of the best in the league through 4 weeks. Over their last 2 games they’ve scored 6 total points. Their defense has played better in this time frame, but it still hasn’t been enough to win, causing head coach Dan Campbell to get some heat. For him to regain some job security, a win over a talented Dolphins team would go a long way.

Detroit Lions Notable Injuries: DeShon Elliott (O)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Miami Dolphins Start ‘Em

  1. Tyreek Hill     2. Jaylen Waddle     3. Tua Tagovailoa

Miami Dolphins Sit ‘Em

  1. Raheem Mostert     2. Jason Sanders

Detroit Lions Start ‘Em

  1. D’Andre Swift     2. TJ Hockenson

Detroit Lions Sit “Em

  1. Jared Goff    2. Lions Defense    3. Josh Reynolds

Miami Dolphins vs Detroit Lions NFL Week 8 Picks

The Dolphins take care of the Lions handily. Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle each go for big games, as Dan Campbell’s seat only gets hotter.

Final Score: Miami 31 – Detroit 13

Wicked Wagers – Dolphins -3.5 (-109) / Under 51.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Jaylen Waddle Longest Reception Over 22.5 Total Yards (-114)

Carolina Panthers (+175) at Atlanta Falcons (-220) – Sunday, 1:00 PM EST

PJ Walker will get his second start of the year this Sunday. The first one went surprisingly well, as he threw for a couple touchdowns and took down Tom Brady’s Buccaneers 21-3. The Panther defense played phenomenally and were able to hold a team to single digits for the first time all year. Despite the Panthers looking awful at some points this year, a win this Sunday would put them in a tie atop the NFC South.

Carolina Panthers Notable Injuries: Chuba Hubbard (O)

The Atlanta Falcons have surprised a lot of people this year and with a Thursday night loss from the Bucs they now hold sole possession of first place in their division. Atlanta was widely projected to be a bottom 5 team coming into the season but have done a phenomenal job of staying afloat as the rest of the division crumbles. They’ve been led by a high-powered rushing attack and their defense has forced enough turnovers.

Atlanta Falcons Notable Injuries: A.J. Terrell (O), Jaylinn Hawkins (O)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Carolina Panthers Start ‘Em

  1. DJ Moore    2. Eddy Pineiro

Carolina Panthers Sit ‘Em

  1. PJ Walker    2. Panthers Defense    3. D’Onta Foreman

Atlanta Falcons Start ‘Em

  1. Tyler Allgeir    2. Drake London    3. Marcus Mariota

Atlanta Falcons Sit ‘Em

  1. Kyle Pitts    2. Olamide Zaccheaus

Carolina Panthers vs Atlanta Falcons Week 8 NFL Picks

The Falcons will take care of business this week at home. The running game will continue to carry the team, as Tyler Allgeier reaches the end zone twice. The win will give the Falcons a one game lead in the division through Week 8. Who would have thought.

Final Score: Atlanta 28 – Carolina 17

Wicked Wager – Falcons -4 (-113)

Wicked Player Prop – Tyler Allgeier First Touchdown Scorer (+525) 

Arizona Cardinals (+160) at Minnesota Vikings (-195) – Sunday, 1:00 PM EST

The Cardinals are coming off a solid Thursday Night victory but are still struggling with a quarterback/coach controversy. The team made headlines in last week’s contest when Kyler Murray was visibly upset and seen cursing in the direction of Kliff Kingsbury. It was brushed under the rug after the game, but you can’t think the situation could possibly bode well in the long term, especially considering the tensions have been persisting since training camp.

Arizona Cardinals Notable Injuries: James Connor (O), Max Garcia (O), Rodney Hudson (O), Matt Prater (Q)

The Vikings will be coming into this one as winners of 4 straight. With the Packers slipping, the division appears to be theirs for the taking. Head coach Kevin O’ Connell has done a great job in his first year with the team. 4 of their 5 wins have been in one possession games, which means they’ll have already been battle tested when January rolls around.

Minnesota Vikings Notable Injuries: None

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Arizona Cardinals Start ‘Em

  1. Deandre Hopkins    2. Eno Benjamin    3. Kyler Murray

Arizona Cardinals Sit ‘Em

  1. Rondale Moore    2. Zach Ertz    3. Cardinals Defense

Minnesota Vikings Start ‘Em

  1. Justin Jefferson   2. Dalvin Cook   3. Kirk Cousins

Minnesota Vikings Sit ‘Em

  1. Adam Thielen    2. K.J. Osborn

Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings NFL Week 8 Picks

The Vikings ultimately outlast the Cardinals in an entertaining contest. Arizona is able to hang around for most of the afternoon, but a late INT from Kyler Murray eventually does them in.

Final Score: Minnesota 24 – Arizona 20 

Wicked Wager – Vikings -3.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Dalvin Cook Total Rushing Yards Over 74.5 (-113)

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Chicago Bears (+370) at Dallas Cowboys (-460) – Sunday 1:00 PM EST

Game Preview

In their first Sunday game in 3 weeks, the Bears will look to prove they are the team that showed up last week in New England. In Week 6 at home against Washington, they looked like the Bad News Bears. They scored only 7 points and failed to convert on the final drive to beat a weak Commanders team at home.

Last week Chicago played in New England on Monday night and rolled over the Patriots in a game they were heavy underdogs. Against the Patriots’ defense, quarterback Justin Fields kept the defenders on their heels mixing a few good passes in with his ability to run with the ball. On multiple occasions, he was able to turn would-be sacks into large gains. This will be needed against a Dallas defense that is stronger against the passing game and looking to sack Fields a lot this week.

Chicago Bears Notable Injuries: Byron Pringle (IR), Lucas Patrick (IR), Larry Borom (O)

Last week for Dallas was the return of quarterback Dak Prescott and it was a game of two halves. In the first half against Detroit, the Cowboys scored only 3 points but turned that around in the second for 21 unanswered points and Prescott finishing with a 113.2 rating for the game. This will be challenged against a Chicago defense that has allowed an average rating against of 75.5, good for 5th lowest in the league. The Cowboys’ defense has been strong, creating 5 turnovers last week and leading the league in both sacks and quarterback hits. The Dallas defense rating against this season has been 77.7, only a tick higher than Chicago’s. This week they will look to putt Fields on the turf often and give the ball back to the offense as much as possible.

Dallas Cowboys Notable Injuries: Sam Williams (Q), Ezekiel Elliott (D), Dalton Schultz (Q), Noah Brown (Q), Micah Parsons (Q)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Chicago Bears Start ‘Em

  1. David Montgomery    2. Darnell Mooney    3. Khalil Herbert

Chicago Bears Sit ‘Em

  1. Justin Fields    2. Equanimeous St. Brown    3. Dante Pettis

Dallas Cowboys Start ‘Em

  1. Dallas Defense    2. Dak Prescott     3. CeeDee Lamb

Dallas Cowboys Sit ‘Em

  1. Ezekiel Elliott     2. Dalton Schultz    3. Noah Brown

Chicago Bears vs Dallas Cowboys NFL Week 8 Picks

The Cowboys’ defense is going to be too much for the Chicago offense to overcome. While there were some good flashes of moving the ball consistently last week against the Patriots, it will not be enough to beat Dallas in their own dome. Look for the game to stay close through the first half and then finish by a double-digit margin at the end. This is one of the best NFL Week 8 Picks.

Final Score: Dallas 31 – Chicago 17

Wicked Wager – Dallas Cowboys -10 (-105)

Wicked Player Prop – David Montgomery Total Rush Yards Over 47.5 (-115)

CeeDee Lamb Total Receptions Over 5.5 (-130)

Las Vegas Raiders (-125) at New Orleans Saints (+105) – Sunday 1:00 PM EST

Game Preview

Despite coming into week 8 with a record of 2-4, the Raiders have a point differential of only -13 all season thanks to a handful of very tight losses. After losing the first 3 games of the season, one of them in overtime, the Las Vegas is 2-1 with the loss being a 1-point defeat at Kansas City in a game they went for all or nothing on the potential game winning 2-point conversion. In those 3 games, running back Josh Jacobs is averaging 150 yards per game and has 6 touchdowns. Quarterback Derek Carr also has 3 touchdowns passing and zero interceptions in those games. This week he will face a Saints’ defense that is banged up and not great at stopping the pass, only having one interception all season and allowing 10 touchdowns so far.

Las Vegas Raiders Notable Injuries: Davante Adams (Q), Darren Waller (Q), Johnathan Abram (Q), Divine Deablo (Q), DJ Turner (Q)

Coming off back-to-back losses, the Saints need a win to keep up in the struggling NFC South. Despite having five losses on the season already, the Saints find themselves only one game back from the top spot. They would love a win this week at home to begin to pull away from the pack. To pull that off, wide receiver Chris Olave and running back Alvin Kamara are going to have to carry the team. Last week they both had good games and this week will face the pass defense that has allowed the highest rating to opposing quarterbacks in the league.

The Saints’ own quarterback battle is between an injured Jameis Winston, and Andy Dalton, who makes for a better backup than starter. Last week was lost on two touchdowns thrown from Dalton to the Cardinal defense on a total of three interceptions, but thankfully face a defense that has allowed 13 touchdowns through the air this season.

New Orleans Saints Notable Injuries: Jarvis Landry (O), Juwan Johnson (Q), Adam Trautman (Q), David Onyemata (Q), Marshon Lattimore (O)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Last Vegas Raiders Start ‘Em

  1. Josh Jacobs    2. Derek Carr    3. Davante Adams

Las Vegas Raiders Sit ‘Em

  1. Hunter Renfrow    2. Mack Hollins    3. Darren Waller

New Orleans Saints Start ‘Em

  1. Chris Olave    2. Alvin Kamara    3. Juwan Johnson

New Orleans Saints Sit ‘Em

  1. Andy Dalton/Jameis Winston     2. Michael Thomas    3. Wil Lutz

Las Vegas Raiders vs New Orleans Saints NFL Week 8 Picks

Aside from the passing defense, the Raiders are starting to look more like a competitive football team all-around. Don’t believe they are giving up on this season yet and winning in New Orleans should continue a stretch of good games as they look to stay in the race. Watch for Olave and Kamara to have big games again but for Las Vegas to ultimately pull out a high scoring contest.

Final Score: Las Vegas 35 – New Orleans 27

Wicked Wager – Las Vegas Raiders -6.5 (+193) / Over 49.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Alvin Kamara Total Receiving Yards Over 38.5 (-115)

Pittsburgh Steelers (+370) at Philadelphia Eagles (-460) – Sunday 1:00 PM EST

Game Preview

For the Steelers this week, quarterback Kenny Pickett will be making the start again coming off a bad game last week in Miami where he threw 3 interceptions to add to the 4 picks he had before that game. His rating this season of 66.7 is the worst in the league. Running back Najee Harris also had a slow game last week, with only 65 yards on the ground in 17 carries. This week he will face a Philadelphia defense that is allowing the 5th most yards per carry on the ground. The Pittsburgh defense played well against Miami but likely lost the game with multiple dropped interceptions that they would need to create again this week to have a shot of handing the Eagles the first loss of the season.

Pittsburgh Steelers Notable Injuries: T.J. Watt (IR), Chris Boswell (Q), Larry Ogunjobi (O), Levi Wallace (O), Josh Jackson (Q)

Coming off a bye week of rest, the Eagles look to continue their winning path. They are doing it on both sides of the ball right now, the defense has 9 interceptions to 7 touchdowns through the air and is holding opposing quarterbacks to a sub-70 rating. The offense is focused on the run, where quarterback Jalen Hurts has 6 scores on the ground and 3.8 yards per carry while Miles Sanders adds 4 touchdowns and 4.6 yards per carry this season. The passing game is averaging about 240 yards per game, which is over 8 yards per passing attempt. The Eagles will face a Steelers’ defense that is allowing a sub-90 rating this season but 13 touchdowns on only 8 interceptions.  

Philadelphia Eagles Notable Injuries: Tyree Jackson (O)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Pittsburgh Steelers Start ‘Em

  1. Najee Harris    2. George Pickens    3. Pat Freiermuth

Pittsburgh Steelers Sit ‘Em

  1. Kenny Pickett    2. Jaylen Warren    3. Diontae Johnson

Philadelphia Eagles Start ‘Em

  1. Jalen Hurts    2. A.J. Brown    3. Miles Sanders

Philadelphia Eagles Sit ‘Em

  1. Dallas Goedert    2. Zach Pascal    3. Jake Elliott

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Philadelphia Eagles NFL Week 8 Picks

It is fun for fans in Pennsylvania when they have these battles for who is the best in PA but this season, the matchup is far too one-sided. The Eagles have the advantage of a better offense, better defense, and rest to go with home field advantage which stacks too much against Pittsburgh’s chances of keeping up this week.

Final Score: Philadelphia 30 – Pittsburgh 10

Wicked Wager – Eagles -10.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Props – A.J. Brown Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+110) / Miles Sanders Total Rushing & Receiving Yards Over 81.5 (-115)

Tennessee Titans (-145) at Houston Texans (+125) – Sunday 4:05 PM EST

Game Preview

After starting the season with a pair of losses the Titans have won 4 in a row coming into Week 8 in Houston. Two of those wins were against division rival Indianapolis and this week the Titans will look to expand their division lead. Running back Derrick Henry had just over 100 yards in those first two games combined but now has 100 or more yards in 3 straight games. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill also has 4 touchdowns and just one interception in those 4 wins. Tannehill is possibly injured and has only thrown over 200 yards in two games this year, so watch for Henry to dominate against a defense that is allowing 165 yards per game on the ground.

Tennessee Titans Notable Injuries: Kyle Philips (IR), Ryan Tannehill (Q), Jeffrey Simmons (Q), Rashad Weaver (O), Tory Carter (O)

Houston pulled off an unlikely win against the Jaguars in Week 5 but that has been the peak of their season. The offense is averaging 17 points per game, have the 4th worst third down conversion percentage, and are bottom 10 for yards per game. The Texans’ pass defense has held up fairly well, allowing a sub-80 rating to opposing quarterbacks with 6 interceptions to 5 passing touchdowns. The run defense is another story, allowing Josh Jacobs to run for over 7 yards per carry and 3 scores on the ground. This week, their best chance is to focus on stopping Henry and making Tannehill throw the ball.  

Houston Texans Notable Injuries: A.J. Cann (Q), Nico Collins (Q), Brandin Cooks (Q), Maliek Collins (Q), Rasheem Green (Q)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Tennessee Titans Start ‘Em

  1. Derrick Henry    2. Dontrell Hilliard    3. Titans Defense

Tennessee Titans Sit ‘Em

  1. Ryan Tannehill    2. Robert Woods    3. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

Houston Texans Start ‘Em

  1. Dameon Pierce    2. Brandin Cooks     3. Ka’imi Fairbairn

Houston Texans Sit ‘Em

  1. David Mills     2. Jordan Akins    3. Rex Burkhead

Tennessee Titans vs Houston Texans NFL Week 8 Picks

Predicting division matchups can be harder, there is always some magic that comes from these rivalries even when the records are lopsided. That being said, the Titans have figured out a formula to work well this week in running the ball and keeping the clock running. Don’t expect Houston to score many points and if they reach 14, there will likely be points from the last few minutes of a game already seen as over.

Final Score: Tennessee 23 – Houston 14

Wicked Wagers – Titans -3 (-105) / Under 40.5 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Dameon Pierce Anytime Touchdown (+115)

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New York Giants (+148) at Seattle Seahawks (-175) – Sunday, 4:25 PM EST

Game Preview

The once surprising New York Giants are now 6-1 and look to keep pace with the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles. In week 7, they handled a solid Jaguars team on the road. This week, they find themselves in a hostile environment once again on the opposite coast.

The key for the Giants in this one will be to continue to play their game. The only problem here is that Seattle plays an extremely similar game style to them. Put the ball in the hands of Saquon Barkley and don’t ask Daniel Jones to do too much and they can be 7-1 by games end.

New York Giants Notable Injuries: WR Kenny Golladay (O), OT Evan Neal (O), CB Cordale Flott (O), DE Leonard Williams (Q)

The Seahawks are surprisingly the top of the NFC West. That’s a division that now holds the reigning Superbowl Champs, Christian McCaffrey, and DeAndre Hopkins. Not sure it’s all that surprising given Pete Carroll’s track record, but he’s had to put his faith in Geno Smith. To this point, that faith has paid dividends.

If the Seahawks want to win today, they will need to stick to their game. They will need to fight it out in the trenches and avoid a shootout. They narrowly avoided a loss last week, by literally 1 yard. However, that’s how narrow the wins are this year in a competitive NFL.

Seattle Seahawks Notable Injuries: WR DK Metcalf (Q), WR Tyler Lockett (Q), G Gabe Jackson (Q)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

New York Giants Start ‘Em

  1. Saquon Barkley      2.     Darius Slayton      3. Wan’Dale Robinson

New York Giants Sit ‘Em

  1. Daniel Jones     2.   Giants Defense         3. Daniel Bellinger

Seattle Seahawks Start ‘Em

  1.  Kenneth Walker III      2.   Geno Smith       3. DK Metcalf*

Seattle Seahawks Sit ‘Em

  1. Tyler Lockett        2.   Seahawks Defense   

New York Giants vs Seattle Seahawks NFL Week 8 Picks

This game will be a slugfest with both teams a more physical and defensive minded team. The battle will be won in the trenches, and the Giants will control the pace of play with Barkley. The spread is currently at 3 points, which is about right and a pretty sharp line. The value here is on the Giants moneyline at plus money because they will continue to roll.

Final Score: New York 20 – Seattle 17

Wicked Wager – Giants ML (+148)

Wicked Player Prop – Daniel Jones Total Passing Yards Over 199.5 (-119)

San Francisco 49ers (-110) at Los Angeles Rams (-110) – Sunday, 4:25 PM EST

Game Preview

All we can say about this Niners team is Holy Weapons. This offense now boasts Deebo Samuel, Christian McCaffrey, Brandon Aiyuk, and George Kittle. So how come they got beat down by the Chiefs last week? Clearly, they still have a lot to work out still, but they won’t get the chance this week with Samuel out.

The 49ers won the first matchup with the Rams this year at home. This game won’t be as easy as the Rams come off their rest week and are the healthier team. If the 49ers want to win this game, then they’ll need to have McCaffrey fully incorporated into the offense and let him do his thing.

San Francisco 49ers Notable Injuries: DT Arik Armstead (O), WR Deebo Samuel (O), FB Kyle Juszczyk (O)

The Rams come into this game off a Bye, where they are hoping that they’ve worked out some of their issues. The reigning Superbowl champs have woefully underachieved this year after returning almost their entire roster and adding Allen Robinson.

If the Rams want to get back on track this week, they’ll need to play good defense. Aaron Donald is going to have to win the battle up front and keep McCaffrey from running all over them. On the offensive side of the ball, Stafford and Kupp must get back to being the ultimate duo.

Los Angeles Rams Notable Injuries: RB Cam Akers (O)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

San Francisco 49ers Start ‘Em

  1. Christian McCaffrey      2.  George Kittle         3. Brandon Aiyuk

San Francisco 49ers Sit ‘Em

  1.  49ers Defense    2.   Jeff Wilson    

Los Angeles Rams Start ‘Em

  1.   Cooper Kupp      2.    Matthew Stafford      3. Darrell Henderson Jr

Los Angeles Rams Sit ‘Em

  1. Rams Defense        2.    Allen Robinson      3. Tyler Higbee

San Francisco 49ers vs Los Angeles Rams NFL Week 8 Picks

The Rams haven’t played to their full potential all season and they know that. However, they will get back on track today. The 49ers will be motivated coming off a beating at the hands of the Chiefs, but it won’t be enough. Rams take this one at home. This game is a Pick Em in terms of the spread and that’s not an area of value in this one. The books are predicting a defensive focused game and the points total sits at 42, which is much too low. Take the over.

Final Score: Los Angeles 30 – San Francisco 27

Wicked Wager – Full Game Over 42 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Brandon Aiyuk Total Receptions Over 4.5 (-129)

Green Bay Packers (+400) at Buffalo Bills (-550) – Sunday, 8:30 PM EST

Game Preview

The Packers enter this game battling the Bears for 2nd in the NFC North. It looks like quarterback Aaron Rodgers should have hung it up this offseason when he had the chance. However, Rodgers is not the only issue with this team, they are severely suffering from a lack of offensive weapons.

If the Pack want to win this game, they’ll need the defense to step up and slow down Josh Allen. That task is easier said than done as Allen is on pace for a career year. The other option for Green Bay will be to outscore the Buffalo Bills. Goodluck with that.

Green Bay Packers Notable Injuries: WR Allen Lazard (O), CB Shemar Jean-Charles (O), WR Christian Watson (Q)

The Buffalo Bills are arguably the best team in the AFC, and some would say the entire NFL. They only have one loss this year, at Miami, which is a tough place to play in September. The Bills are back at home this week and more importantly they are fairly healthy as a team. The most important thing for the Bills is not to overlook this struggling Green Bay team, because they also have all stars.

Buffalo Bills Notable Injuries: OT Spencer Brown (O), LB Von Miller (Q), WR Stefon Diggs (Q)

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Green Bay Packers Start ‘Em

  1. Aaron Jones      2.  Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay Packers Sit ‘Em

  1.  Packers Defense    2.   Christian Watson          

Buffalo Bills Start ‘Em

  1.   Josh Allen      2.    Stefon Diggs*      3. Dawson Knox

Buffalo Bills Sit ‘Em

  1. Zack Moss        2.    Isaiah Mckenzie    

San Francisco 49ers vs Los Angeles Rams NFL Week 8 Picks

Defense takes a back seat in this game for both teams as Aaron Rodgers shows up for Prime Time. However, even Prime Time Aaron won’t be enough for this Buffalo team at home. The spread is 10.5 at Caesars Sportsbook and that’s just a few too many points when Aaron Rodgers is throwing the ball. Take the over and watch the points rack up in this game between all time quarterbacks.

Final Score: Buffalo 30 – Green Bay 24

Wicked Wager – Full Game Over 47 (-110)

Wicked Player Prop – Josh Allen Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+155)