2021 NFL Betting Tips Week 8

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Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals

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Odds/Point Spread: Cardinals (-6)

Total/Over-Under: 51

The Green Bay Packers are 6-1 this season, and they enter this matchup with a victory. The Packers won their previous game, defeating the Football Team by the final score of 24-10. Aaron Rodgers completed 27 of 35 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns. He threw no interceptions and his quarterback rating was at 127.6. Davante Adams had a total of 6 catches for 76 yards, averaging 12.7 yards per catch.

Aaron Jones rushed for 19 yards on 6 attempts for the Packers. They ran a total of 53 plays, gaining 304 yards in the game. The Green Bay Packers finished up running the ball 15 times for 57 yards, resulting in an average of 3.8 yards per carry. The Packers gave up 195 yards on 29 rushes in the ground game, which comes out to a 6.7-yard average allowed per rush. On the other hand, Green Bay gave up 25 pass completions on 37 tosses for 235 yards and a completion percentage of 67.6 percent.

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Green Bay Packers Offensive Stats

The Packers have accumulated 2,365 yards this season. Green Bay has scored 93 first downs as a unit and been penalized 29 times for 292 yards. Green Bay has scored 15 touchdowns through the air and four on the ground thus far this season. The Packers have given up the ball six times (3 interceptions and 3 fumbles). They’re averaging 102.0 yards on the ground, ranking them 19th in the NFL. The Green Bay Packers are putting up 24.0 points per game. They have allowed 1,474 passing yards so far this season, putting them in 9th place in the NFL.

They’ve allowed 210.6 yards per game through the air and a 66.5% completion percentage this NFL season. The Packers are giving up 331.4 yards per game this season, which puts them eighth in the NFL. In addition to 14 touchdowns through the air and Green Bay added five rushing touchdowns on the ground. This season, the Packers are allowing 4.9 yards per carry and 120.9 yards on the ground per game to opponents through the air. They’ve given up 846 rushing yards in seven games. The Packers have allowed an average of 20.9 points per game, which is good for 9th in the league.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Arizona Stats

The Cardinals have a 7-0 record this season. For their last game, the Cardinals posted a final score of 31-5 when they faced the Texans. Kyler Murray (3 TDs) went 20 of 28 for 261 yards and a 121.3 quarterback rating in Arizona’s 31-5 win over Houston. He threw 1 interception and his average yards per attempt was 9.32 yards. Chase Edmonds rushed for 81 yards on 15 carries against the Texans, finishing with 5.4 yards per carry for Arizona.

DeAndre Hopkins was the Cardinals’ most productive receiver, catching seven passes for 53 yards (7.6 yards per reception). Arizona ran the ball 37 times for 172 yards, or 4.6 yards per carry. The Cardinals accumulated 397 yards in total, with 69 plays (5.8 per play). Arizona’s defense gave up a completion percentage of 71.9 percent, allowing 118 yards on 23 of 32 passes. Arizona allowed 15 run attempts for 42 yards (2.8 yards per rush).

Cardinals Offensive Stats

In terms of the points being scored on the board, the Cardinals rank fourth in the league with a 32.1-point average. For the entire season, the Cardinals have 1,859 passing yards and an average of 265.6 passing yards per game, putting them 11th in the NFL. They average 136.6 yards on the ground per game, with 956 total rushing yards. The Arizona Cardinals are averaging 402.1 yards per game, putting them in the top 10 on 7th place in the NFL. The offense has committed 381 yards in penalties on 45 infractions, which is seventh in the NFL when it comes to giving up free yards allowed. They’ve given away 5 picks and had one fumble recovery, and they’ve recorded 91 first downs.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Arizona Cardinals Defensive Stats

The Cardinals are giving up 16.3 points per game, putting them first in the NFL. Arizona has given up 810 yards on the ground (115.7 yds/game) and three touchdowns this season. The Cardinals rank 3rd in the NFL with 9 touchdowns given up on passing plays and 201.0 yards/contest allowed. The defense has been a part in 417 plays, placing them 13th in the National Football League. In total, they have given up 114 points this season. Over the course of the season, they’ve had 14 takeaways (8 fumbles and 6 interceptions).

Who will win the Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Packers +6

Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings

Odds/Point Spread: Vikings (+3)

Total/Over-Under: 55

The Dallas Cowboys enter this matchup with a 5-1 record this season. The Cowboys played and beat the Patriots 35-29 in their previous game. Ezekiel Elliott was the Cowboys’ leading rusher with 17 carries for 69 yards (4.1 yds per rush). CeeDee Lamb caught 9 passes for 149 yards and 16.6 yards per reception. Dak Prescott went 36 of 51 for 445 yards and three touchdowns. He had a quarterback rating of 108.7, threw one interception when he finished the game.

The Cowboys allowed 120 yards on 27 rushes, for a 4.4 average per rush surrendered in the running game. Dallas gave up 15 pass completions on 21 throws for a completion percentage of 71.4 and overall yardage of 215. They had 82 plays that resulted in 567 yards throughout the game. The Dallas Cowboys ran the ball 31 times for 122 yards and 3.9 yards per attempt.

Dallas Cowboys Offensive Stats

The Dallas Cowboys average 34.2 points per game in the NFL. As a unit, they’re averaging 164.3 yards in the run game, which puts them second in the NFL. Over the course of the season, the Cowboys have amassed 2,765 yards. Over 96 first downs and 47 infractions for 391 yards, Dallas has had a good year so far. They’ve given the ball away seven times (4 interceptions and 3 fumbles). The Cowboys have scored 16 touchdowns through the air and 6 via the ground. Dallas Cowboys are ranked 20th in the NFL in terms of opposing teams scoring, giving up 24.3 points per game.

They have given up 4.3 yards per carry and 86.2 yards on the ground each game, ranking 25th and 24th in those categories for the season, respectively. For the season, they have given up 517 rushing yards in six games. In terms of passing yards, the Cowboys have given up 1,770 yards, putting them in 22nd place in the NFL. The Cowboys’ defensive unit is allowing 295 yards per game through the air and has given up a 65.5 percent completion rate. For the year, they are giving up 381.2 yards per game, which puts them 23rd in the league. They’ve surrendered 12 passing scores and 5 rushing touchdowns.

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NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Minnesota Stats

The Vikings enter this contest with a 3-3 record this season. When they faced the Panthers in their most recent game, the Vikings won by a final of 34-28. Dalvin Cook rushed for 140 yards on 29 attempts for Minnesota during the contest. He produced 4.8 yards per carry throughout the game. One of the Vikings’ top receivers was Adam Thielen, who caught 11 passes for 126 yards (11.5 yards per catch).

Kirk Cousins (3 TDs) went 33/48 for 373 yards with a 112.6 quarterback rating in the Minnesota’s 34-28 victory over the Panthers. He didn’t throw any interceptions and he managed 7.77 yards per attempt. The defense did a great job shutting down the rushing game, allowing just 23 carries for 118 yards (5.1 yards per rush). The Vikings secondary gave up a completion rate of 41.5 percent, with 188 yards allowed on 17 of 41 passes. Minnesota had 571 yards in 84 plays, or 6.8 yards per play. The Vikings ran for 5.5 yards per attempt and totaled 198 rushing yards on 36 attempts.

Vikings Offensive Stats

The Minnesota Vikings are currently 14th in the NFL, putting up 24.5 points per game. Through the last seven weeks the Minnesota Vikings are currently at 1,718 passing yards and hold an average of 286.3 passing yards per game, which puts them in sixth position in the NFL. They average 127.8 yards per game and 767 total rushing yards, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The Minnesota Vikings are averaging 414.2 yards per game, which puts them fifth in the NFL. Their offense has committed 44 penalties for a total of 386 yards, which is 12th in the league when it comes to assisting the opposing team. They’ve given up two interceptions while losing three fumbles, and they’ve gained 84 first downs.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Minnesota Vikings Defensive Stats

For the year, the Vikings have given up 768 rushing yards (128.0 per game) and six rushing scores through the ground attack. Their receiving corps has surrendered 7 passing touchdowns and 230.3 yards/game, putting them 13th in the league. The Vikings have collected seven turnovers (three fumbles and four interceptions) this season. In total, they have given up 137 points this year. The Minnesota defense has gone on the field for 385 plays, putting them in 9th place in the league. The Vikings are giving up 22.8 points per game this season, placing them 13th in the NFL.

Who will win the Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Vikings +3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

Odds/Point Spread: Saints (+5)

Total/Over-Under: 50.5

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 6-1 this season and have a winning record. The Buccaneers battled the Bears in their most recent game and won by a score of 38-3. Tom Brady completed 20 of 36 passes for 211 yards and four touchdowns in the Buccaneers’ huge win. He threw no interceptions, and had a passer rating of 109.8 after the game. By catching eight passes for 111 yards, Chris Godwin averaged 13.9 yards per reception.

The Buccaneers’ Leonard Fournette had 15 rushes for 81 yards (5.4 yards per carry) in their victory over the Bears. They ran 70 plays, which resulted in a total of 408 yards. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran the ball 31 times for 182 yards, resulting in an average of 5.9 yards per carry. They gave up 143 yards on 29 rushes against the run, for an average of 4.9 yards per carry allowed. The Buccaneers allowed 22 completions on 32 tries for 168 yards and a completion percentage of 68.8.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offensive Stats

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers average 33.3 points per game. They produce 99.1 yards on the ground, which is 20th in the National Football League as a unit. This season the Buccaneers have made 2,964 yards in total offense. Tampa Bay has 128 first downs as a team and has been penalized 481 yards due to 48 penalties. They have given up the ball seven times (three picks and four fumbles lost). Tampa Bay has scored 21 touchdowns through the air and 7 rushing. The Buccaneers’ defense is allowing 21.0 points per game, which is 10th in the NFL.

The competition against Tampa Bay is averaging 3.7 yards each rushed and 67.4 rushing yards each game through the season. Through seven games in the 2021 NFL season, they’ve allowed 472 rushing yards. The Buccaneers have given up 1,853 passing yards, putting them 26th in the league. Tampa Bay has given up 264.7 yards per game through the pass, as well as a 70 percent completion rate. In total, they have amassed 332.1 yards per contest, putting them in ninth in the NFL. They’ve given up 14 air touchdowns and three rushing touchdowns.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: New Orleans Stats

The Saints have a 4-2 record this season. In their most recent match, the Saints won by a final of 13-10 over the Seahawks. Jameis Winston (1 TD) had 222 yards on 19/35 passing and a 83.3 percent pass completion rate in the Saints’ victory over the Seahawks. With no interceptions, he kept the ball away from the opponent, with an average yardage per attempt of 6.34 yards. Marquez Callaway was targeted by the Saints in the passing game, catching three of them for 32 yards (10.7 yards per catch).

Alvin Kamara carried the ball 20 times for 51 yards and had 2.6 yds per carry in Sunday’s win over Seattle. The Saints had 304 yards on 68 plays (4.5 yards per play). The team ran for 3.0 yards per carry and totaled 94 yards on 31 carries. New Orleans gave up 28 rushes for 90 yards (3.2 yds per carry) this past Sunday. The Saints’ passing defense gave up a completion rate of 54.5 percent, with 129 yards given up on 12 for 22 passes.

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Saints Offensive Stats

The New Orleans Saints are averaging 275.3 yards per game this year, placing them 28th in the NFL. They average 112.5 rushing yards a game and have already ran for 675 yards on the season. The offense in New Orleans has incurred 221 yards of penalties on 26 infractions, placing it 32nd in the NFL when it comes to hurting your side. They’ve thrown two interceptions while allowing their opponents to recover two fumbles, and they’ve accumulated 53 first downs. The Saints’ passing attack has 977 yards for the season thus far. Their average of 162.8 throwing yards per game is 31st in football. In terms of their scoring average, the Saints are 17th in the NFL with a mark of 23.3 points per game.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: New Orleans Saints Defensive Stats

The Saints are giving up 16.8 points per game, which has them ranked third in the NFL. The New Orleans Saints have allowed 396 yards on the ground (66.0 ypg) and three rushing touchdowns in 2021 NFL season. They have scored four passing touchdowns and 201.7 yards per game this season, placing them fourth in the NFL. The Saints’ defense has been on the field for 313 plays, which has them leading the professional football league. They’ve given up 101 points in all. This season, their defense has collected 9 takeawayss (1 fumble and 8 interceptions).

Who will win the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Buccaneers -5

New England Patriots at Los Angeles Chargers

Odds/Point Spread: Chargers (-5.5)

Total/Over-Under: 49

This season, the New England Patriots are 3-4. The Patriots won their most recent game by a score of 54-13 against the New York Jets. With 14 grabs for 106 yards, Damien Harris was the Patriots’ top rusher (7.6 ypc). By averaging 8.8 yards per catch, Jakobi Meyers hauled in 5 receptions for 44 yards. In this matchup, Mac Jones threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns. He had a quarterback rating of 111.7 and didn’t throw any interceptions in the game.

In the running game, the Patriots gave up 62 yards on 17 attempts, or 3.6 yards per run surrendered on average. The Patriots allowed 26 completions on 42 tries for 237 yards, a completion rate of 61.9 percent. They had 74 plays in the game for 551 yards. The New England Patriots rushed 32 times for 148 yards, which translates to an average of 4.6 yards per try.

New England Patriots Offensive Stats

The New England Patriots score an average of 25.6 points per game, placing them at the top of the league in that category. They rank 23rd in the NFL with a 95.4-yard rushing average as a team. The Patriots have accumulated 2,485 yards throughout the season thus far. New England has scored 87 touchdowns and been penalized 42 times for 414 yards. The Patriots have handed the ball to the opponent 11 times (6 picks and 5 fumbles). In terms of scoring touchdowns through the air, New England has 10 pass TDs and 9 rushing TDs. The Patriots rank sixth in the NFL in terms of opposing offenses’ points scored, giving up 20.0 points per game.

They’re providing teams with an average of 3.8 yards per carry and 105.6 rushing yards per game this season. Overall, they’ve given up 739 yards on the ground in seven games. The Patriots have allowed 1,715 yards through the air, putting them 19th in the NFL when it comes to that category. Their defense is surrendering an average of 245 yards through the pass each game. They’ve given up a completion percentage of 62.2 percent on passes so far this season. New England has given up 350.6 yards per game, placing them 12th in the league standings. The Patriots have given up 10 passing scores and 4 pound the rock TDs.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Los Angeles Stats

The Los Angeles Chargers enter this game with a 4-2 record in current NFL season. When the Chargers last played, they lost 34-6 to the Baltimore Ravens. Austin Ekeler rushed for 7 yards on six carries and had 1.2 yards per carry for the Chargers in NFL Week 6 against the Ravens. The Chargers were one of the most aggressive passing teams last week, targeting Keenan Allen frequently. He hauled in 5 passes for 50 yards (10.0 yds per catch).

Quarterback Justin Herbert completed 22 of 39 passes for 195 yards and 1 touchdown with a rating of 67.8. He threw one interception and had an Y/A of 5 yards. The Chargers’ run defense gave up 38 runs for 187 yards (4.9 yards per carry) according to ESPN Stats. On 19 of 27 passing, the Chargers’ passing defense allowed 140 yards with a completion rate of 70.4 percent. Los Angeles had a total of 208 yards in their win, which was aided by 53 rushes (3.9 yards per play). The Chargers ran for 2.2 yards per carry and gained 26 yard on 12 attempts.

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Chargers Offensive Stats

The Chargers are 13th in the NFL in points scored with 24.7 PPG. During this season, the Chargers have passed for 1,704 yards and an average of 284.0 passing yards per game, placing them 7th in the NFL. They’re averaging 94.7 yards per game on the ground as they’ve run for 568 yards throughout the year. The Chargers rank 12th in the NFL with 378.7 yards per game. Los Angeles’ offense has 43 penalties for 432 yards, which is 14th in the NFL in terms of assisting the opponent. The Los Angeles Chargers have four interceptions, two fumbles recovered by the opposition, and 87 first downs this season.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Los Angeles Chargers Defensive Stats

The Chargers give up 25.0 points per game, putting them 22nd in the NFL. For the season, Los Angeles has given up 975 rushing yards (162.5 yards per contest) and eight rushing touchdowns. They’ve also given up 9 passing touchdowns and 201.8 yards per game, putting them 5th in the league. The Chargers defense has played a total of 377 snaps, putting them in 7th place in the NFL. In the end, they have given up 150 total points. This season, they have 9 takeaways (3 fumbles and 6 interceptions).

Who will win the New England Patriots at Los Angeles Chargers NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Chargers -5.5

Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills

Odds/Point Spread: Bills (-13.5)

Total/Over-Under: 48

The Miami Dolphins are 1-6 this year. The Dolphins lost their previous game, which ended in a final score of 30-28, against the Falcons. Tua Tagovailoa connected on 32 of 40 passes for 291 yards and four touchdowns. He finished the game with two interceptions, having a QB rating of 109.5. On the ground, Myles Gaskin led the way for Miami with 15 attempts for 67 yards, averaging 4.5 yards per carry.

Mike Gesicki accumulated 85 receiving yards on 7 catches with an average of 12.1 YPC. The Miami Dolphins ran the ball 29 times for 132 yards, averaging 4.6 YPC overall. On the whole, they rushed 70 times for a total of 413 yards in this game. The Dolphins allowed 25 completions on 40 throws for 325 yards with a completion percentage of 62.5 percent. The Dolphins allowed 72 yards on 22 rushes against the run, for an average of 3.3 yards per contest.

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Miami Dolphins Offensive Stats

The Miami Dolphins average 18.1 points in the endzone. Through the air, they average 80.1 yards per game, which puts them 31st in the National Football League. The Dolphins have 2,153 total yards this season. Miami has 89 first downs and has committed 45 penalties for 347 yards. They have lost the ball 11 times, with 6 interceptions and 5 fumbles. Miami has scored 11 passing touchdowns and three rushing touchdowns in terms of getting the ball into the endzone.

The Miami Dolphins rank 31st in the NFL in team defense, giving up 29.6 points per game. For the season, they are allowing teams to run for 4.2 yards per carry and 117.7 rushing yards on average per game. In seven games, they have given up 824 yards on the ground. The Dolphins have allowed 2,080 passing yards, putting them 31st in the NFL. Through the pass, they have given up 297.1 yards per game and a completion percentage of 65.8 percent this season. They’ve given up 414.9 yards per game this season, putting them 32nd in the league. The Dolphins have given up 15 passing touchdowns as well as 8 rushing touchdowns.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Buffalo Stats

The Bills enter this game with a 4-2 record this season. Buffalo lost by a score of 34-31 to the Titans when they last played on the field. In week 6, Josh Allen (3 TDs) had 353 yards passing on 35/47 performance with a quarterback rating of 107.8. He threw one interception and had an average yardage per attempt of 7.51 yards. The Bills were looking for a receiver to stretch the field since they have so many short passes. Stefon Diggs was a major target, catching 9 balls for 89 yards (9.9 yards per catch).

Devin Singletary rushed for 27 yards on five occasions and had an average of 5.4 yards per carry against the Bills. The Bills gained a total of 417 yards in the game, with 73 plays (5.7 yards per play). Buffalo gained only 3.6 yards per carry on its 23 rushing attempts, totaling just 82 yards in the process. The defense allowed 22 rush attempts for 146 yards (6.6 yards per rush). The Bills defense allowed a completion rate of 62.1 percent while giving up 216 yards on 18 completions for 29 throws in the air.

Bills Offensive Stats

The Buffalo Bills average 411.5 yards per game, which is sixth among all teams in the NFL. On the ground, they average 130.7 yards per game and have run for 784 for the season thus far. The Buffalo offense has 357 penalty yards on 40 infractions, putting them 20th in the NFL in terms of hurting your team. They’ve thrown three interceptions and given up two fumbles, while picking up 87 first downs. Thus far this NFL season, the Bills have already accumulated 1,685 passing yards and held an average of 280.8 passing yards per game, placing them eighth in the NFL. When it comes to gaining points, the Bills rank 2nd in the NFL, averaging 33.8 points per game.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Buffalo Bills Defensive Stats

The Bills are giving up 16.3 points per game, which has them second in the league. For the season, Buffalo has surrendered 538 rushing yards (89.7 yards per game) and five rushing touchdowns. They’ve allowed five touchdowns through the air and 180.5 yards per game, which puts them at the top of the league. The Bills have made 347 snaps so far this season, which is second in the NFL. Overall, they have given up 98 points. On the season, their defense has 16 turnovers (six fumbles recovered and ten interceptions).

Who will win the Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Dolphins +13.5

Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions

Odds/Point Spread: Lions (+3)

Total/Over-Under: 48

The Philadelphia Eagles enter the game with a 2-5 record this season. The Eagles lost their most recent game, against the Raiders, by a score of 33-22. Jalen Hurts had a QB rate of 94.7 on 18 completions out of 34 attempts for 236 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the game without throwing any interceptions. However, there were no notable rushing performances from any of the team’s running backs. Miles Sanders led the way with 6 rushes for 30 yards (5.0 yds per attempt).

DeVonta Smith had a 12.2 average yards per catch on his 5 receptions, totaling 61 yards. The Eagles ran the ball 32 times and gained 135 yards, for an average of 4.2 yards per carry. When the final horn sounded, they had 68 plays for 358 yards. The defense allowed 31 completions on 34 attempts for 323 yards, with a completion rate of 91.2 percent. The Eagles gave up 119 yards on 29 runs, which comes out to 4.1 yards per carry surrendered against the run.

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Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Stats

The Philadelphia Eagles have a 22.7 point per game average in scoring drives that end inside their opponent’s goal line. On the ground, the team averages 116.7 yards per game, placing it 14th among NFL teams. For the season, the Eagles have recorded 2,434 yards. Philadelphia has 75 first downs as a unit and has committed 58 infractions for 419 yards. They’ve given away the ball 7 times (4 interceptions and 3 fumbles). With regards to the endzone, Philadelphia has scored 10 touchdowns through the air and 8 touchdowns via the ground. In terms of passing yards allowed, the Eagles have given up 1,594 yards, placing them 15th in the NFL.

The team’s pass defense has been particularly poor. Through the air, they’ve given up 227.7 yards each game and a completion percentage of 74.4 percent. They allow 360.7 yards per game for the season, putting them 17th in the NFL. They’ve scored 14 passing touchdowns and 8 rushing scores this season. This year, opposing defenses are racking up 4.1 yards per rush on the ground and 133.0 rushing yards every game. Over the course of seven games this season, they have given up 931 rushing yards. The Eagles are ranked 24th in the NFL when it comes to their opponents’ scoring, allowing 26.4 PPG.

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NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Detroit Stats

The Lions are winless in NFL 2021, having lost all seven of their games so far. The Lions suffered a 28-19 defeat to the Rams in their most recent game. Jared Goff (1 touchdown) went 22 of 36 for 268 yards while posting a QB rate of 70.1 in Sunday’s loss to the Rams. He had 2 interceptions and an average yards per pass attempt of 7.44 yards. The Lions’ T.J. Hockenson caught 6 passes for 48 yards in the game (8.0 yds per catch).

Jamaal Williams went 12 times for 57 yards, averaging 4.8 yards per carry in the entire game for Detroit. The Lions accumulated 415 yards in the game, which was completed with 67 plays (6.2 yards per play). The Lions’ rushing game was ineffective, managing just 4.9 yards per attempt on 28 overall attempts for 137 yards. Detroit gave up 19 rushing attempts for 47 yards (2.5 yards per carry). The Lions’ passing defense gave up a 68.3 percent completion rate, allowing 327 yards on 28 completions for 41 passes.

Lions Offensive Stats

The Lions currently rank 28th in the NFL in terms of points scored per game, with an average of 18.3 points thus far this season. Detroit currently ranks 17th in terms of overall NFL team passing yards with 1,653 through the air and an average of 236.1 per game thus far during this season. The Lions are 24th in the NFL with 334.4 yards per game, averaging 98.3 on the ground and 688 for the campaign. The Detroit offense has committed 368 yards of penalties on 45 infractions, putting it in the top 10 in terms of making errors. The Lions have thrown six interceptions and lost four fumbles, while gaining 92 first downs.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Detroit Lions Defensive Stats

This season, the Lions have rushed for 860 yards so far (120.0 yd/game), with six rushing touchdowns. They’ve given up 15 touchdowns through the air and 263 yards per game, which has them ranked 22nd in the league. The defense has 7 turnovers (3 fumble recoveries and 4 interceptions) thus far this season. This season, they’ve given up 200 points in total. The Lions’ defense played 423 snaps, which is 14th in the NFL. The Lions allow 28.6 points per game, putting them 25th in the league.

Who will win the Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Lions +3

Jacksonville Jaguars at Seattle Seahawks

Odds/Point Spread: Seahawks (-3)

Total/Over-Under: 43.5

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 1-5 on the year going into this contest. In their most recent game, the Jaguars took to the field against the Miami Dolphins and won by a score of 23-20. Trevor Lawrence completed 25 of 41 passes for 319 yards and one touchdown. He had a 93.4 percent completion rate, with no interceptions. Jacksonville’s James Robinson was the most effective rusher for the Jaguars with 17 runs for 73 yards (4.3 yds per carry).

Marvin Jones caught seven passes for 100 yards, which resulted in an average of 14.3 yards per catch. The Jacksonville Jaguars ran the ball 19 times for 84 yards, resulting in a 4.4-yard average gain per attempt. They completed 62 passes for a total of 396 yards in all. Jacksonville allowed 34 completions on 48 tries for 354 yards with a completion percentage of 70.8 percent. The Jaguars gave up 77 yards on 20 carries, which is an average of 3.9 yards per carry allowed, when it came to stopping the rush.

Jacksonville Jaguars Offensive Stats

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ average point total is 19.3. As a team, they’re averaging 121.8 yards on the ground, which puts them 10th in the football league. The Jaguars have accumulated 2,136 yards this season. As a unit, the Jacksonville Jags have 65 first downs and 35 penalties for 289 yards on offense. They’ve given up the football 12 times (8 interceptions and 4 fumbles). When it comes to scoring touchdowns, Jacksonville has scored 7 passing touchdowns and 7 rushing TDs. When it comes to yards through the air, the Jaguars have allowed 1,787 yards this season, putting them in 23rd in the NFL.

Through the air, they have given up 297.8 yards each outing and a completion percentage of 72.9%. They are giving up 412.2 yards per contest this season, putting them 30th in football. They are giving up 9 passing touchdowns and 9 rushing touchdowns per contest. Over the course of this season, they are allowing teams to carry for 3.8 yards per attempt and 114.3 rushing yards every game. Jacksonville has given up 686 rushing yards in six games this season. They rank 26th in the league in terms of team defense, allowing 28.7 points per game.

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NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Seattle Stats

The Seahawks come in with a 2-5 record for the season. The last time they played was against the Saints, when they lost by a final score of 13-10. Geno Smith (1 TD) went 12/22 for 167 yards through the air, with a quarterback rating of 94.3. He avoided interceptions and had an average yardage per throw of 7.59 yards. Seahawk’s running back Alex Collins ran the football 16 times for 35 yds, ending the game with an average 2.2 yds per attempt for Seattle.

Freddie Swain was a popular target for the Seahawks, catching four balls for 39 yards (9.8 yds per catch). The Seahawks rushed for 3.2 yards per carry, totaling 90 yards on 28 rushes. Seattle amassed 219 yards over 55 plays (4.0 yds per play). The Seahawks pass defense allowed a completion rate of 54.3 percent, giving up 210 yards on 19 completions for 35 yards in the air. On 31 rushes, the Seahawks surrendered 94 yards (3.0 yds per rush).

Seahawks Offensive Stats

The Seattle Seahawks have an average of 326.1 yards on offense per game, which has them ranked 25th among all teams in the NFL. They have rushed for 754 yards this season and produce an average of 107.7 run yards per game. The Seattle offense has 333 yards of penalties on 41 infractions, putting them 19th in the NFL in terms of giving up free yardage. They’ve given up two picks while allowing their rivals to recover two fumbles and have recorded 70 first downs. The Seahawks have compiled 1,529 passing yards this season. They’ve added an average of 218.4 throwing yards per game through seven weeks, placing them 27th in the league. In terms of their offensive performance, the Seahawks rank 21st in the league with 21.4 PPG.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Seattle Seahawks Defensive Stats

The Seahawks have allowed 939 yards on the ground (134.1 per game) and six rushing touchdowns in NFL 2021. Seattle has given up 11 passing touchdowns and 280.6 yards/game this season, putting them 27th in the NFL. Over the course of the season, their defense has had 7 turnovers (5 fumbles recovered and 2 interceptions). They have given up 162 points this season. The Seahawks defense has seen 505 plays, which places it 32nd among all teams in the NFL. Seattle Seahawks are yielding 23.1 points per game, which puts them 14th in the NFL.

Who will win the Jacksonville Jaguars at Seattle Seahawks NFL game?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Jaguars +3

Monday Night Football Prediction: New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs

If you were expecting a decent game last week when the Saints played host to the Seahawks, you were sorely disappointed. The game was extremely harsh for everyone involved, with the exception of those who had one of the most common NFL bets on the correct number of punts in the game, which appeared to us like it was at least 25. It’s possible that this game is better, but we’re not sure we can get our hopes up given the Giants’ and Chiefs’ significant problems.

The Chiefs are 10-point favorites with the total set at 52.5, as of this writing. Kansas City opened as a 13-point favorite, but the line has steadily dropped to where it is now. Without a thorough study of the numbers, it’s difficult to get a sense for this game. However, on the surface, this appears to be a game in which the Chiefs’ offense and defense will flourish for 60 minutes versus a poor Giants squad. However, “should” is not a promise. And if we believe what we have seen with our eyes the previous several weeks, the Chiefs are ripe for an upset.

New York Giants Odds

If you’re familiar with this narrative motif, you either were born in the 1990s or have children who witnessed it. For those who don’t, Little Giants is a fantastic football film about a team of youngsters who weren’t “good enough” to join the select squad. These people banded together to form a team of their own and bested as the league’s greatest team. The New York Giants perfectly illustrate the description, as they are a group of underachievers with limited skill that continues to give it their all and rattle people’s cages.

Despite their 2-5 record, the Giants are viewed as making progress. A victory over the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday would be a significant step forward for a squad that will probably not qualify for the NFL playoffs 2021. The Giants have been mocked for their draft picks in recent years, most notably choosing Saquon Barkley and Daniel Jones with two first-round selections. However the two have collaborated, but the Giants could have chosen differently with those picks and had a better outcome. It will be fascinating to see how long management keeps the band together before making any major changes.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Kansas City Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes is the talk of the town and the media’s darling since he took over as Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback position. Yes, what he’s been able to accomplish over the last few years is incredible. The team successes and individual honors are self-explanatory. But as we got started this season, you could sense a weird uneasiness among the players. The defense, which was previously ridiculed, made no progress in the offseason. The Chiefs’ offensive line still needs to improve. While Mahomes, Hill, and Kelce are still the engine of the offense, opponents have found more and more ways to stifle its potency. Mahomes’ start is his worst ever since being named the starter.

He’s forcing far too many attempts, which is resulting in giveaways and the offense as a whole doesn’t appear to be in sync. Then there’s the defense. The poor thing is, it’s really awful. The Chiefs’ defense is 26th and 27th in the NFL in most offensive categories, as well as 30th in third-down conversion rate. If you can’t stop the third down, it’s obvious that you’ll give up a lot of points and not win many games. The Chiefs will face the Giants in Week 8, and this game provides them an opportunity to identify and correct their flaws. Despite suffering a head injury last week, Mahomes is expected to be under center. All of the evidence seems to suggest that the Kansas City Chiefs will win and cover in prime time, but not so fast Odds Fanatic says.

NFL Betting Tips Week 8: Odds Against the Spread

It’s difficult to ask a team to cover a double-digit spread. It doesn’t matter if they’re on their home field, in prime time, or are the 2007 New England Patriots. It’s a terrible long-term strategy to aim for double digits wins in the NFL. With that said, we’re taking the points with the Giants Monday night for a few reasons. Even while the Giants are 2-5, they have shown that they can be a tough and annoying opponent to face.

The defense is considerably better than that of the Chiefs, and it may be the key difference in this game. The offense should be able to build on what it accomplished last week against Carolina and score points against the Chiefs. With Mahomes unlikely to be completely healthy in this game, and the team becoming increasingly nervous, and the numerous trends (see above) that are in favor of the Giants, Oddsfanatic will take a chance with the Little Giants.

Who will win the New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs in NFL Betting Week 8?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: New York Giants +10