NFL Week 8 betting odds are out with the books yet to close on week seven. Here are the top NFL trending betting odds you need to jump on before public bets adjust the spread.
NFL Trending Odds Week 8
Thursday, Oct. 24
Washington at Minnesota at 8:20 PM ET
Spread: Minnesota -15½
Washington got blanked against Frisco on Sunday while getting held to less than 10 points for the third time this season. Minnesota’s powerful defense has suddenly got some considerable help from Kirk Cousins and his offensive mates while scoring 28 or more in each of their last three.
Sunday, Oct. 27
Seattle at Atlanta at 1:00 PM ET
The Seahawks had their three-game winning streak snapped in their home loss to Baltimore this past weekend, but Atlanta has clearly quit on head coach Dan Quinn while dropping five straight. Oh, and then there’s the fact that Matt Ryan is injured.
L.A. Chargers at Chicago at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Chicago -5½
The Bears will be at home, and they’ll definitely be motivated to snap a two-game skid, but I don’t trust mediocre quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and I expect Joey Bosa and the rest of the completely desperate Bolts to get up close and personal in this Week 8 inter-conference clash.
Arizona at New Orleans at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: New Orleans -9
Right now, it’s easy to see why Arizona made Kyler Murray the first overall pick in the draft. Still, Drew Brees might be back under center for the red-hot Saints, and that just doesn’t bode well for the young Cardinals and their hopes of extending their surprising three-game winning streak.
Philadelphia at Buffalo at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Buffalo -1½
The Birds are in a bad way right now, having lost two straight while getting smacked around by Dallas on Sunday night. Still, Philly looks like they’ll have a more than decent chance of getting past a Bills team that has looked mediocre at best for the majority of this season and entered the half down against the atrocious Dolphins before putting their longtime division rivals away in the second half.
Cincinnati vs L.A. Rams at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: LA Rams -12½
The Rams got back on track by beating the brakes off awful Atlanta on Sunday, and now it looks like they’ll make it two in a row by beating a winless Cincy squad that looked a lot better under former head coach Marvin Lewis than they have all season under rookie Zac Taylor.
Denver at Indianapolis at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Indianapolis -6½
Denver’s Joe Flacco looked like a dude stuck in cement shoes while getting sacked nine times against Kansas City in Thursday night’s embarrassing loss while Indy’s Jacoby Brissette continued to make Andrew Luck a distant memory by tossed four TD passes to upset Kansas City on the road on Sunday.
Oakland at Houston at 4:25 PM ET
Spread: Houston -7
The Raiders had their two-game winning stream emphatically snapped by getting repeatedly burned by Aaron Rodgers on Sunday. Houston also was on the wrong end of a narrow road loss to Indy on Sunday, but Deshaun Watson and company look like a team that will take care of business in this matchup of AFC playoff hopefuls.
Cleveland at New England at 4:25 PM ET
Spread: New England -10½
The new car smell is completely gone for Baker Mayfield as the Cleveland Browns look to snap a two-game losing streak against Tom Brady and the unbeaten defending Super Bowl champs. If you’re among those that don’t like the trash-talking Mayfield, then you’re probably hoping Bill Belichick dials up a defensive scheme that embarrasses the struggling second-year signal-caller.
Green Bay at Kansas City at 8:20 PM ET
Spread: Green Bay -3½
This would have been a great primetime matchup had Patrick Mahomes not gotten hurt. Now it kind of looks like a matchup where Aaron Rodgers will have a field day. Then again, the Chiefs did just pound Joe Flacco into the dirt nine times on Thursday night, and they are ranked a surprising ninth against the pass. Still, without their league MVP, Kansas City will be hard-pressed to take hold it down at home in this one!