Let’s take a look at NFL Week 8 odds and line movements for the 15-game slate that started with Baltimore’s 27-22 victory at Tampa Bay on TNF. Most notably, the line has flipped for the 49ers-Rams showdown in the NFC West.
Here are NFL Week 8 betting odds on a game-by-game basis as the NFL creeps closer to the midway point of the 2022-23 regular season. Lines are via DraftKings as of Friday, Oct. 28.
NFL Week 8 Odds
Broncos vs. Jaguars in London (-2.5, 39.5)
Denver coach Nathaniel Hackett confirmed that Russell Wilson (hamstring) will get the start at QB. Support for the Broncos dropped this from an opener of Jaguars -4.
Panthers at Falcons (-4.5, 41)
The Falcons find themselves in the unusual role of favorite, but they dropped from an opener of -6 here. Atlanta failed to cover for the first time this season in Week 7’s 35-17 loss to Cincinnati.
Atlanta (3-4) leads the NFC South after Tampa Bay’s loss to Baltimore on Thursday. The Panthers are somehow just a game back at 2-5, and there will be a four-way tie for first at 3-5 if Carolina and New Orleans win this week.
49ers at Rams (-1.5, 42.5)
This lined flipped a full FG after an opener of 49ers -1.5. San Francisco has owned Los Angeles of late (aside from last year’s NFC title game). Expect the 49ers to feature more of Christian McCaffrey after his first full week of practice with the team.
Bears at Cowboys (-9.5, 42.5)
Not much movement after Dallas opened -10, but a better number here if you’re backing the ‘Boys. The Under might be a better play. Dallas is 5-2 to the Under this season.
Dolphins (-3.5, 51.5) at Lions
Detroit is 6-1 ATS in its last seven home games, so grab the hook here if you’re so inclined. Miami opened at -3.
Cardinals at Vikings (-3.5, 49)
Minnesota was -6.5 on the look-ahead line here and opened at -5.5. There are still some doubters out there when it comes to the Vikings, who lead the NFC North at 5-1 coming off their bye week.
Patriots (-2.5, 40.5) at Jets
The Patriots jumped from an opener of -1 to make the Jets a Wong Teaser candidate this week. New England has won the last five games between these two teams.
Steelers at Eagles (-10.5, 43.5)
Philadelphia has produced an NFL-high 14 turnovers including nine interceptions. That’s bad news for Steelers QB Kenny Pickett, who has thrown seven interceptions compared to just two TDs this season.
Commanders at Colts (-2.5, 39.5)
Movement toward the road dog here after Indy opened at -4.5. The Colts named Sam Ehlinger as starting QB. He’ll be making his first NFL start against Washington.
Packers at Bills (-11, 47.5)
Here’s a fun fact: The Packers have never been a double digit dog with Aaron Rodgers as QB. Until now. Buffalo opened at -10.5, and Rodgers is still dealing with a bum thumb. Asking for a friend: Would you sit Rodgers and stream Panthers QB PJ Walker vs. Atlanta in your fantasy lineup (with Patrick Mahomes on a bye)?
Giants at Seahawks (-3, 44.5)
The Seahawks opened at -2, and now you’ll have to lay a FG. The Giants get little respect at the betting window. New York is 6-1 ATS in its last seven games after last week’s 23-17 win as a three-point road dog at Jacksonville.
Titans (-2.5, 40.5) at Texans
Some love for the home dog after the Titans opened at -4. When Tennessee has traveled to Houston in recent years that has translated to points aplenty in the last five trips. The Over is 5-0 during that stretch.
Raiders (-1, 49.5) at Saints
Las Vegas opened -2.5 with a total of 47. In their last three games in the dome, New Orleans has played some high-scoring affairs with a minimum of 53 points and a maximum of 71 points scored.
Bengals (-3, 45) at Browns
The Halloween edition of Monday Night Football will go on without Bengals stud WR Ja’Marr Chase (hip). The total dropped two points from an opener of 47.