• Aisha Omidiya

NFL Week 8

Week 8 of the NFL season has concluded, and we are approaching the halfway point of the season. We are beginning to get a feeling of what the playoffs will look like, and we are getting a feel of who are contenders and who are pretenders.


The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the New York Jets 35-9, keeping the Jets winless through 8 games. On the other hand, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain perfect, beating divisional rival Baltimore Ravens in a close 28-24 game. The Tennessee Titans and the Green Bay Packers, who were both favourites against their opponents, were upset and recorded their second loss of the season. The Denver Broncos were able to complete the comeback against the Los Angeles Chargers, scoring 21 in the fourth quarter, to win the game 31-30. Finally, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers avoided a scare against the New York Giants, winning 25-23, kicking a late field goal, and preventing the giants from converting their 2-point conversion.




Scores


Atlanta Falcons (2-6) vs Carolina Panthers (3-5) 25-17


New England Patriots (2-5) vs Buffalo Bills (6-2) 21-24


Tennessee Titans (5-2) vs Cincinnati Bengals (2-5-1) 20-31


Las Vegas Raiders (4-3) vs Cleveland Browns (5-3) 16-6


Indianapolis Colts (5-2) vs Detroit Lions (3-4 ) 41-21


Minnesota Vikings (2-5) vs Green Bay Packers (5-2) 28-22


New York Jets (0-8) vs Kansas City Chiefs (7-1) 9-35


Los Angeles Rams (5-3) vs Miami Dolphins (4-3) 17-28


Pittsburgh Steelers (7-0) vs Baltimore Ravens (5-2) 28-24


Los Angeles Chargers (2-5) vs Denver Broncos (3-4) 30-31


New Orleans Saints (5-2) vs Chicago Bears (5-3) 26-23 (OT)


San Francisco 49ers (4-4) vs Seattle Seahawks (6-1) 27-37


Dallas Cowboys (2-6) vs Philadelphia Eagles (3-4-1) 9-23


Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2) vs New York Giants (1-7) 25-23



Bye Week:


Arizona Cardinals (5-2)

Washington Football Team (2-5)

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-6)

Houston Texans (1-6)


Next week, the games we recommend you watch are the Seattle Seahawks (6-1) against the Buffalo Bills (6-2) at 1:00 pm on Sunday and the New Orleans Saints (5-2) against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2) at the 8:20 pm time slot on Sunday.


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