Heading into week 8 of the 2013 NFL season, the number of teams still with zeros in their record is at three, down from five just a week ago. After Denver lost and the Giants won (both in prime-time games) it is only the Jaguars and Bucs that remain winless and the Kansas City Chiefs are still undefeated. But that is the past, so now on to the free week 8 NFL picks and expert predictions…
Kansas City will be hosting the Browns, so it is easy to assume the Chiefs will extend their streak for another week. The opening point spread for that game is KC -7.5 and I imagine it will expand as the week goes on. We’ll go with the Chiefs covering.
As far as the rest of the week 8 point spreads go, there are 6 games where a team is favored by more than a touchdown, four of those are double-digit favorites (at the time this was written). This is due to some of the league’s best teams lining up against some monumentally terrible teams… and there is no shortage of those this season.
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In fact, most of the Vegas point spreads are 6.5 or higher in week 8. The closest game, per Vegas, is the Atlanta Falcons visiting the Arizona Cardinals… and the Cards are actually favored by 2.5. Oh how the mighty Falcons have fallen.
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