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NFL Week 8 Live Thread

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The LA Rams have Week 8 off. Most of the NFL does not.

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We’ve got a full slate today, sans LA Rams football.

Washington Football PeopleTeam (4-3) at* Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)

* - Played at Wembley Stadium, London, England

This one’s headed to overtime as I write this. At least London finally got a quality game this year. Big game for both teams, too.

Kansas City Chiefs (4-2) at Indianapolis Colts (3-4)

Huge AFC game for the playoff landscape at Lucas Oil. Time for Andrew Luck to step up...

Oakland Raiders (5-2) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-3)

If Oakland pulls this one off on the road, it’s time to take them seriously. Very seriously.

Seattle Seahawks (4-1-1) at New Orleans Saints (2-4)

Seattle’s looking to poach one on the road to grab a stranglehold on the NFC West.

Detroit Lions (4-3) at Houston Texans (4-3)

Two 4-3 teams in the mix. Pivotal.

New York Jets (2-5) at Cleveland Browns (0-7)

The Browns remain steadfastly committed to being a punchline. It’s impressive, really.

New England Patriots (6-1) at Buffalo Bills (4-3)

A must win for Buffalo if they’re going to keep up with the Pats in the AFC East.

Arizona Cardinals (3-3-1) at Carolina Panthers (1-5)

Two giants from 2015 struggling in 2016.


San Diego Chargers (3-4) at Denver Broncos (5-2)

Denver has re-tooled since the Super Bowl win, and things look to be clicking.

Green Bay Packers (4-2) at Atlanta Falcons (4-3)

If the Falcons want to be taken seriously, today would be a good day to prove they deserve to be.


Philadelphia Eagles (4-2) at Dallas Cowboys (5-1)

If this doesn’t help save the NFL’s ratings slide...