GroundAttack Posted October 28, 2022 Share Posted October 28, 2022 Week 8 started with a TNF game between the Ravens and Bucs where the Ravens won. Brady for the first time in his career is 2 games under .500 The Chiefs and Chargers are only 2 teams on a bye. From Wembley stadium in London is a game between the Broncos and Jaguars with the Jags as the designated home team. 9:30AM EST kickoff. Coming off the bye week, the Eagles welcome in the Steelers. Since the firing of Matt Rhule and starting RB McCaffery, the Panthers pulled off the stunner and beat the Bucs last week. Sunday they play the Falcons in Atlanta. With Zeke Elliot now doubtful to play for Dallas, they will rely more on Tony Pollard in a home matchup against the Bears. The Dolphins coming off a Sunday night win with Tua back as the starter go on the road and play the Lions. Hopkins' return last week jump started the Cards offense last week in a home win. They go on the road and play the 5-1 Vikings. The Raiders play the Saints from New Orleans. The Saints have averaged 31 points per game during Dalton's four starts, but also have gone 1-3 in that span. With 324 total wins, including the playoffs, Belichick is tied with Bears founder and former coach George Halas for the second-most wins by a head coach in NFL history, trailing only Don Shula (347). He will try and do it against the surging Jets. As the Titans get ready to go on the road and play the 1-5 Texans, they will rely heavily on the ground game against the porous run defense of Houston. Carson Wentz is still out with an injury and will be for a few more weeks. The Commanders go on the road and play the Colts who is also without their main starting QB as Matt Ryan has been benched for the remainder of the season. Sam Ehlinger will start. A good NFC West rivalry game as the Niners play the Rams from Sofi. The surprising Giants against the surprising first place Seahawks from Seattle. SNF between the Packers and Bills. MNF between the Bengals and Browns. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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