Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets
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Odds/Point Spread: Jets (+10)
The Cincinnati Bengals are 5-2 on the season heading into this game. The Bengals won their last game, defeating the Ravens by a final score of 41-17, in their previous matchup. Quarterback Joe Burrow completed 23 of 38 passes for 416 yards and three touchdowns against the Ravens. He had a QB rating of 113.5 at the end of the game, with one interception. With 8 catches, Ja’Marr Chase had an average of 25.1 yards per reception and 201 receiving yards.
The Bengals’ leading rusher was Joe Mixon, who had 12 carries for 59 yards (4.9 yards per carry). They completed 63 plays for 520 yards. The Cincinnati Bengals ran the ball a total of 24 times and gained 111 yards, averaging 4.6 yds every carry. The Bengals yielded 115 yards on 24 attempts in the running game, which comes out to 4.8 yards per attempt allowed. Cincinnati gave up 20 completions on 42 throws for a total of 278 yards and a completion rate of 47.6 percent.
Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Stats
When it comes to scoring in the endzone, the Cincinnati Bengals average 27.0 points per game. They’re averaging 106.9 yards rushing as a team, which is 17th in the NFL. The Bengals have accumulated 2,587 total yards this season. Cincinnati has 82 offensive first downs and has committed 30 infractions for 256 yards. The Bengals have given up the ball 9 times this season, with 8 interceptions and 1 fumble. Cincinnati has scored 18 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing touchdowns in terms of getting the ball into the endzone. The Bengals are giving up the fifth-fewest points in the NFL, allowing 18.3 per game.
They’re giving up 4.0 yards per carry and 94.0 rushing yards per game this season. In seven games, they’ve given up 658 yards on the ground. The Bengals have allowed 1,721 yards through the air, which places them 20th in the NFL. During the 2021 NFL season so far, they are allowing 245.9 yards per game through the air, in addition to conceding an 65.2 percent completion percentage. They’ve given up 339.9 yards per game this season, putting them 10th in the NFL. The Bengals surrendered 7 touchdowns through the air and 6 via the run.
NFL Picks Week 8: New York Stats
The Jets are 1-5 this season, and will face the Bengals. This season, the Jets have lost their last two games. When they faced the Patriots in their most recent game, they left with a 54-13 defeat. New York’s Mike Carter ran the ball 11 times for 37 yards in the last contest against New England, averaging 3.4 yards per carry. Jamison Crowder was targeted seven times for the Jets, recording four catches for 34 yards (8.5 yards per catch).
Mike White (1 TD) had 202 yards on 20/32 passing with two interceptions in the game. His quarterback rating was 64.8 and he threw for a 6.31 average yardage per attempt. New York allowed 32 runs for 148 yards (4.6 yards per attempt). The Jets’ defensive backs gave up a completion rate of 68.3 percent, allowing 403 yards on 28 completions for 41 passes. On Sunday, the Jets put up 299 yards in 61 plays (4.9 YPC). New York rushed for 3.6 yards per attempt and gained 62 total yards on 17 carries.
Jets Offensive Stats
The Jets have a poor history of success, and their current status in the NFL is viewed as a major disappointment. When discussing the issues being presented on the board, they currently sit 32nd in the league with an average of 13.3 points per game. The Jets currently sit at 1,202 yards through the air and 200.3 passing yards per game, putting them 28th in the NFL.
They average 72 rushing yards per game, which is 26th in the NFL. The New York Jets have toted the ball for 432 yards for an average of 272.3 yards each contest this season, which ranks 31st among all teams in the NFL. The Jets’ offense has 349 yards of penalties on 40 infractions, putting them 23rd in the NFL for giving up free yardage. They’ve thrown 11 interceptions and only given up one fumble, but they’ve still been able to gain 59 first downs.
NFL Picks Week 8: New York Jets Defensive Stats
The Jets give up 29.2 points per game, putting them 29th in the NFL. This season, New York has given up 765 yards rushing (127.5 yd/game) and 11 touchdowns on the ground. They’ve given up seven passing TDs and 275.0 yards per game, placing them in 25th in the NFL. The Jets have a solid defense. They’ve been on the field for 426 plays, which is 17th in the NFL. In total, they have given up 175 points this season. Over the campaign, their defense has forced four turnovers (4 fumbles).
Who will win the Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Bengals -10
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts
Odds/Point Spread: Colts (+1.5)
The Tennessee Titans, who are 5-2 on the campaign, will face the Colts in Indianapolis on Sunday. The Titans won their previous game, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs by a final of 27-3. Ryan Tannehill completed 21 of 27 pass attempts for 270 yards and one touchdown. With him at quarterback, the Titans had a passer rating of 105.2 and recorded 1 interception. Tennessee’s A.J. Brown had an average of 16.6 yards per catch on 8 receptions for 133 yards.
The Titans’ Derrick Henry rushed 29 times for 86 yards (3.0 yds per carry). In the end, they had 64 plays for 369 yards. The Tennessee Titans ran the ball 35 times and gained 103 yards, averaging 2.9 yards each attempt. On the ground, Tennessee gave up 77 yards on 13 attempts, or 5.9 yards per rush surrendered. Tennessee allowed 31 completions on 51 attempts for 257 yards with a 60.8 completion percentage.
Tennessee Titans Offensive Stats
In terms of points scored, the Tennessee Titans have an average of 27.6 per game. They’re averaging 155.4 yards on the ground, which is third in the league, on offense. The Tennessee Titans have accumulated 2,677 yards this season. The Titans have 88 first downs and have been penalized for 44 infractions for a total of 390 yards. They’ve surrendered the ball 9 times (5 interceptions and 4 fumbles). In terms of pass and ground touchdowns, Tennessee has 8 through the air and 13 on the ground.
The Tennessee Titans have given up 1,915 yards this season, putting them 27th in the NFL. Through the air, they are giving up 273.6 yards every game and a 64.9 percent completion rate. They rank 22nd in the football league with 376.9 passing yards allowed per game. The Titans have given up 12 touchdowns through the air and seven on the ground this season. They’re allowing 4.5 yards per carry on the ground and 103.3 rushing yards each game this season. They’ve given up 723 rushing yards in seven games so far this year. The Tennessee Titans are ranked 16th in the NFL in terms of team defense, allowing 23.4 points per game.
NFL Picks Week 8: Indianapolis Stats
The Indianapolis Colts are 3-4 on the season. In their most recent game, the Colts beat the 49ers 30-18 at home. Carson Wentz threw for 150 yards on 17 of 26 passes, with two touchdowns, in the 30-18 victory over San Francisco. His quarterback rating was 106.2, and he didn’t throw any interceptions. His average yards per pass attempt was 5.77 yards. Indianapolis’ Jonathan Taylor rushed the ball 18 times for 107 yards, obtaining 5.9 yards every time he carried it.
On Sunday, Indianapolis wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. had the best day for receiving yards with 4 catches for 105 yards (26.3 yds per catch). The Colts rushed for 4.5 yards per carry, finishing with 148 yards on 33 tries. Indianapolis finished the game with 295 yds on 60 plays (4.9 yd per play). The Colts pass defense allowed a completion rate of 59.3 percent, with 169 yards given up on 16 for 27 passes. Indianapolis gave up 24 rushing attempts for 111 yards (4.6 yards per rush).
Colts Offensive Stats
The Indianapolis Colts average 357.1 yards per game, placing them 14th in the NFL. They’ve rushed for 893 yards and accumulated 127.6 yards per contest on the ground thus far this season. The Indianapolis unit has committed 293 yards in penalties on 30 infractions, putting them 29th in the league in terms of committing fouls.
They have thrown two interceptions while allowing opponents to recover five fumbles, and they have scored 74 first downs. Through seven weeks, the Colts have 1,607 passing yards and an average of 229.6 passing yards per game, putting them 23rd in the NFL. The Indianapolis Colts rank 15th in the NFL with 24.1 PPG, which shows their offensive capability.
NFL Picks Week 8: Indianapolis Colts Defensive Stats
The Colts are allowing 21.3 points per game, which puts them in 11th place in the NFL. For the year, Indianapolis has given up 777 yards on the ground (111.0 yds/game) and two touchdowns via the run attack. Thus far this NFL 2021 season, they have given up 16 touchdowns from the passing game as well as 243.1 yards/game, putting them 14th in the NFL. The Colts defense has been on the field for 424 plays this season, which is 15th in the league. They gave up a total of 149 points. On the season, they’ve 16 takeaways this season, including 9 fumbles recovered and 7 interceptions.
Who will win the Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Colts +1.5
Washington Football Team at Denver Broncos
Odds/Point Spread: Broncos (-3)
The Washington Football Team play their 8th game of the season, having a record of 2-5. Washington stepped on to the field against the Packers and departed with a loss by a final score of 24-10 in their previous game. Taylor Heinicke completed 25 of 37 passes for 268 yards and one touchdown. He had a quarterback rating of 86.3 and was intercepted once during the contest. By catching seven passes for 122 yards, Terry McLaurin averaged 17.4 yards per catch.
The Football Team’s Antonio Gibson was the rushing leader with 14 rush attempts for 51 yards (3.6 yards per attempt). They completed 70 plays for 430 yards once the game was over. The Washington Football Team ran the ball 29 times for 195 yards, earning them an average of 6.7 yards per attempt. With an average of 3.8 yards per run surrendered the Football Team gave up 57 yards on 15 runs against the run. Washington allowed 27 pass completions on 35 tries for 247 yards and a completion rate of 77.1 percent.
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Washington Football Team Offensive Stats
Washington has accumulated 2,447 total yards this year. The Football Team have scored 77 offensive first downs and committed 43 infractions for 391 yards. Washington has scored 10 passing and 5 rushing touchdowns in the endzone this season. They’ve coughed up the ball 11 times (7 interceptions and 4 fumbles). As a whole, the Washington Football Team have an average of 119.0 yards on the ground, which is 12th in the league. In terms of scoring points, the Washington Football Team score an average of 20.9 per game. The Football Team give up 30.0 points per game, ranking 32nd in the NFL when it comes to opposing offenses.
Over the course of this season, opposing defenses have rushed for an average of 4.0 yards per attempt and 105.4 rushing yards on average. They’ve given up 738 ground yardage in 7 games during the season so far. When it comes to yards through the air, the Football Team have given up 2,104 yards, placing them in 32nd place in the NFL. They are giving up 300.6 yards through the air and allowing 66.8 percent of their passes to be completed. They’ve allowed 406.0 yards per contest this year, putting them 29th in the NFL. The Washington Football Team have given up 19 passing touchdowns as well as six rushing scores.
NFL Picks Week 8: Denver Stats
The Broncos are 3-4 this season, entering this matchup. When the Broncos took the field last time, they suffered a 17-14 loss to the Browns. Teddy Bridgewater (2 TDs) ended the game with 187 yards on 23/33 completions through the air, while his quarterback rate was 91.4. He threw 1 interception and his yardage average was 5.67 yards. Javonte Williams rushed four times for 20 yards and finished with 5.0 ypc for Denver in Sunday’s game against the Browns.
The Broncos’ No. 1 receiver in the passing game was Noah Fant, who had 5 catches for 39 yards (7.8 yards per catch). Denver ran the ball for 2.9 yards per tries, totaling 41 yards on 14 possessions. The Broncos accumulated 223 yards on 49 plays (4.6 yds per play). Denver’s pass defense yielded a completion percentage of 63.6 percent, allowing 194 yards on 21 completions for 33 passing. For 182 yards (5.5 yds per rush), the Broncos gave up 33 rushing attempts.
Broncos Offensive Stats
The Denver Broncos have an average of 347.6 yards per game, which has them ranked 22nd in the NFL. They’ve rushed for 746 yards this year and average 106.6 yards per game through the rush. The Denver Broncos’ offense has incurred 362 yards of penalties on 40 infractions, which is good for 22nd in the NFL when it comes to damaging your team.
They’ve given up 6 interceptions while losing 3 fumbles, and they’ve accumulated 90 first downs. For the season, the Broncos have 1,687 passing yards and 241.0 throwing yards on average per game, putting them 16th in the NFL. The Denver Broncos are currently ranked 24th in the NFL when it comes to scoring points, having scored 20.0 PPG this season.
NFL Picks Week 8: Denver Broncos Defensive Stats
The Broncos are giving up 18.1 PPG, which has them ranked 4th in the NFL. This season, Denver has given up 695 rushing yards (99.3 rush/game) and six touchdowns on the ground. Denver’s defense has given up eight passing touchdowns and 224.1 yards each game, placing them 11th in the NFL. The Broncos’ defense has been on the field for 412 plays this season, putting it 12th in the league. They have already given up 127 points this season. They’ve coughed up 6 turnovers so far this year, including 2 fumbles recovered and 4 interceptions.
Who will win the Washington Football Team at Denver Broncos NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Broncos -3
San Francisco 49ers at Chicago Bears
Odds/Point Spread: Bears (+3.5)
The San Francisco 49ers enter this game with a 2-4 record this season. The 49ers lost their previous game, played against the Colts by a score of 30-18. With 16/27 completions for 181 yards and one touchdown, Jimmy Garoppolo had a quarterback rate of 60.9 in week 6 against Indianapolis. He threw two interceptions. Deebo Samuel caught seven passes for 100 yards and had an average of 14.3 yards per catch, which was good enough to be 49ers’ top wide receiver.
For the 49ers, Elijah Mitchell led the ground attack with 18 rushes for 107 yards (5.9 ypc). They had 53 plays that resulted in 280 yards, with the final whistle blowing. The San Francisco 49ers ran the ball 24 times for 111 yards, or 4.6 yards per carry on average. In the running game, the 49ers allowed 148 yards on 33 tries, for a 4.5-yard average per rush surrendered. The 49ers gave up 17 completions on 26 throws for 147 yards and a 65.4 percent completion rate.
San Francisco 49ers Offensive Stats
Over the course of this season, the 49ers have accumulated 2,121 yards. San Francisco has 68 first downs and has been penalized 38 times for 485 yards in penalties. The 49ers have scored 9 passing touchdowns and 7 rushing touchdowns this season, with 11 turnovers (5 interceptions and 6 fumbles). As a team they rank 11th in the National Football League with an average of 120.2 rushing yards per game. The San Francisco 49ers score 22.5 points on average each outing when it comes to putting the ball inside the endzone.
The 49ers are ranked 21st in the NFL when it comes to opposing offenses scoring, giving up 24.8 points per game. Over the course of this season, opposing teams have run for an average of 4.3 yards per rushing attempt and 119.0 rushing yards on average. Throughout this NFL season the 49ers have surrendered 714 rushing yards. They’ve given up 1,230 passing yards, putting them fourth in the NFL in that stats. They have given up 205 yards through the air each game and have allowed completion rates of 66%. San Francisco has given up 324 yards per game, placing them seventh in the NFL. The 49ers have scored 10 passing touchdowns and 8 rushing touchdowns.
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NFL Picks Week 8: Chicago Stats
The Bears are 3-4 this season. The Bears suffered a devastating loss by a score of 38-3 against the Buccaneers in their most recent game. Justin Fields ended the game with 184 yards on 22/32 passing and a 44.3 quarterback rating. He threw 3 interceptions, for an average yards gained per attempt of 5.75 yds. Cole Kmet was the Bears’ top receiver, catching 5 passes for 43 yards (8.6 yds per catch).
Khalil Herbert rushed for 100 yards and had 5.6 yds per carry for Chicago. He rushed the rock on 18 different occasions. The Bears had a total of 311 yards on 65 plays, which was 4.8 yards per play. Chicago ran for 4.9 yd/carry, with 143 yards on 29 attempts. Chicago’s 31 rush attempts for 182 yards against Tampa Bay was fairly effective. The Bears’ pass defense allowed a completion rate of 56.4 percent, allowing 226 yards on 22 for 39 passing.
Bears Offensive Stats
The Bears are 30th in the NFL in terms of scoring, averaging 14.4 points per game. The team’s problem areas, which were previously discussed in depth by Oddsfanatic earlier this season, include its passing game and ground attack. For the year thus far, Chicago has tossed for 871 yards through the air while averaging 124 yards per game which is 32nd in the football league. They’ve rushed for 917 yards this season, with an average of 131 yards per matchup. The Chicago Bears rank 32nd in the league with 255.4 yards each game. Their offense has committed 42 infractions and accrued 366 penalty yards, which puts them 18th in the NFL in terms of committing errors. They have thrown seven picks, lost three fumbles, and recorded 56 first downs.
NFL Picks Week 8: Chicago Bears Defensive Stats
Chicago has given up a total of 855 yards on the ground this season (122.1 yards/game), as well as five rushing touchdowns. The Bears have allowed the opposition 14 passing TDs and 219.7 yards/game this season, putting them 9th in the NFL. So far this year, their defense has 8 takeaways (4 fumbles recovered and 4 interceptions). They gave up 162 points in the current NFL campaign. The Bears’ defense has been involved in 437 plays, which is 21st in the league. Chicago Bears are giving up 23.1 points per game, which has them ranked 15th in the league.
Who will win the San Francisco 49ers at Chicago Bears NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Parlay Pick: Take the Bears +3.5 and over 39.5 total points
Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons
Odds/Point Spread: Falcons (-3)
The Carolina Panthers are 3-4 this season. The Panthers played the Giants and lost by a score of 25-3 in their previous game. Sam Darnold completed 16 of 25 passes for 111 yards with a quarterback rate of 57.2. He threw only one interception. Chuba Hubbard had a decent day and was the Panthers’ rushing leader, racking up 12 rushes for 28 yards.
D.J. Moore caught 6 passes for 73 yards and averaged 12.2 yds per reception. They had a total of 173 yards when the game ended, with 62 plays. The Panthers rushed the ball 17 times and gained 56 yards on an average of 3.3 yards each carry. On the ground, Carolina gave up 103 yards on 31 tries, which is 3.3 yards per run allowed. On 34 attempts, 24 completions were recorded for a total of 199 yds and a completion percentage of 70.6 percent.
Carolina Panthers Offensive Stats
The Panthers have raked in 1,913 yards on the year. Carolina has 67 first downs and has been penalized 42 times for 268 yards. Thus far this current football season Carolina has scored five passing and seven rushing touchdowns. They’ve given up the ball 10 times, with seven interceptions and three fumbles. The Panthers’ rushing attack has struggled to consistently get positive yardage, averaging 89.1 per game (26th in the league). The Carolina Panthers are putting up 20.9 points each game. As a unit they are yielding 20.9 points per game, which is good for eighth in the NFL.
They have given up 4.6 yards on each run and 103.4 rushing yards every week this season. Through seven games, the Panthers have given up 724 rushing yards. The Panthers are in fifth place in terms of passing yards allowed, having surrendered 1,300 yards through the air. Carolina has allowed 185.7 yards per game through the pass, as well as a 64.1 percent completion rate. They are giving 289.1 yards per game, which puts them third in the NFL. They’ve conceded 11 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing touchdowns.
NFL Picks Week 8: Atlanta Stats
This is the third game of the season for the Falcons (3-3). The Falcons earned a victory in their previous game, defeating Miami 30-28. With two touchdowns, Matt Ryan (2 TDs) amassed 336 yards on 25/40 passing with a QB rating of 95.4. He committed 1 interception, but his average yardage per attempt was 8.4 yards. The Falcons’ top receiver was Kyle Pitts, who caught 7 passes for 163 yards (23.3 average).
Cordarrelle Patterson ran the ball 14 times for 60 yards and had 4.3 yards per carry for Atlanta. The Falcons picked up 397 yards of offense during the game (6.3 yards per play). They ran for 3.3 yds each time they had the ball, totaling 72 yards on 22 attempts. Atlanta allowed 29 rushing attempts for 132 yards (4.6 yds per carry). The Falcons’ passing defense allowed a completion rate of 80 percent, giving up 281 yards on 32 completions for 40.
Falcons Offensive Stats
The Falcons’ offensive potency has been a question mark since the beginning of the season, as they rank 19th in the NFL with 22.5 PPG. Through the air, the Falcons have thrown for 1,598 yards this season in addition to holding an average of 266.3 passing yards per game, putting them 10th in the league. Atlanta has a solid ground game, averaging 87.8 yards rushing per game and 527 total. The Atlanta Falcons have an average of 354.2 yards on offense, which puts them 17th in the league. The offense has 307 yards of penalties on 36 infractions, putting it 26th in the NFL in assisting the opposition.They have recorded four interceptions, four fumbles, and 84 first downs.
NFL Picks Week 8: Atlanta Falcons Defensive Stats
The Falcons are yielding 29.3 points per game, which has them ranked 30th in the NFL. The team have given up 673 rushing yards (112.2 yards per game) and five rushes for touchdowns on the season. The Falcons have allowed 15 passing touchdowns and 250.5 rushing yards per game, putting them 20th in the league defensively. The Falcons defense has been on the field for 375 plays, which puts them fifth best in the league. Overall, they have given up 176 points. Over the course of the season, their defense has claimed five takeaways (two fumbles and three interceptions).
Who will win the Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Falcons -3
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
Odds/Point Spread: Browns (-3.5)
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 3-3 this season in their past games. In their most recent game, the Steelers won against the Seahawks by a score of 23-20. The Steelers’ Najee Harris was the team’s most effective back on Sunday against Seattle, with 24 carries for 81 yards (3.4 yards per carry). By catching 9 passes for 71 yards, Diontae Johnson had an average of 7.9 yards per reception. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 229 yards while completing 29 of 40 passes.
He also had a touchdown pass and a quarterback rating of 94.7. The Steelers surrendered 144 yards on 27 runs, or 5.3 yards each carry, in their victory over the Seahawks. Pittsburgh gave up 23 completions on 32 attempts for 165 yards and a completion rate of 71.9 percent. In the game, they had 71 plays for a total of 345 yards. The Pittsburgh Steelers rushed 30 times and gained 119 yards, which resulted in them averaging 4.0 yds per rushing attempt.
Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Stats
The Pittsburgh Steelers average 19.5 points per game when it comes to putting the ball into the endzone. As a team, they’re averaging 81.2 yards on the ground, placing them 29th in the NFL. The Steelers have 1,943 yards through the air and on the ground this season. Pittsburgh has 75 first downs as a team and has committed 38 infractions for 279 yards. The Steelers have committed 7 turnovers (4 interceptions and 3 fumbles). When it comes to scoring touchdowns, Pittsburgh has scored 7 through air and 4 on the ground.
The Steelers rank 12th in the NFL in terms of opposing offenses, allowing 22.0 points per game. They’re allowing teams to run for 4.3 yards per carry and 107.7 rushing yards every game this season. So far this year they’ve given up 646 rushing yards in six games. The Steelers have given up 1,468 yards in the air this year, which has them ranked eighth in the NFL. They’re yielding 244.7 yards through the air each game and a 65.6 percent completion rate. They have given up 352.3 yards per game, which ranks them 13th in the NFL. They have surrendered 11 passing touchdowns and two rushing scores this season.
NFL Picks Week 8: Cleveland Stats
The Cleveland Browns are 4-3 on the year entering this matchup. The Browns returned home victorious with a score of 17-14 over the Broncos in their previous game. While Case Keenum (one touchdown) had 199 yards on 21/33 passing his quarterback rate was 90.3. He didn’t throw any interceptions, and his average yardage per attempt was 6.03 yds. Cleveland’s D’Ernest Johnson rushed 22 times for 146 yards, finishing with 6.6 yds per carry.
Jarvis Landry was the team’s top receiver, catching five passes for 37 yards (7.4 yards per reception). The Browns gained the average of 5.5 yards on their 33 attempts, totaling 182 yards in the game. Cleveland had 376 yds and 67 plays (5.6 yds per play) in the game. The Browns’ pass defense allowed 182 yards on 23 completions for 33 passing (69.7 percent completion) while giving up 14 rushing attempts for 41 yards (2.9 YPC).
Browns Offensive Stats
The Cleveland Browns have an average of 393.4 yards per game, which puts them 9th in the NFL. They’ve carried the ball for 1,193 yards in total and 170.4 rushing yards per contest this season. The offense has committed 488 yards of penalties on 49 infractions, placing them fourth in the NFL in terms of assisting the opposition. They’ve intercepted three passes while giving up four fumbles and have recorded 80 first downs through that span. The Browns’ passing attack has 1,561 yards through seven games. They’ve compiled an average of 223.0 passing yards per game so far this season, putting them 26th in the league. The Browns rank 12th in the NFL in terms of scoring points, putting up 24.7 points per game.
NFL Picks Week 8: Cleveland Browns Defensive Stats
The Browns are giving up 23.6 points per game, putting them 18th in the NFL. For the season, Cleveland has given up 563 rushing yards (80.4 yd/game) and five rushing touchdowns. With 16 passing touchdowns and 216.1 yards per game, they are 8th in the NFL. The Browns defense played a total of 410 snaps, placing them 11th in the NFL. They’ve given up 165 points this season. Cleveland’s defense has accumulated five takeaways this season (two fumbles recovered and three interceptions).
Who will win the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Steelers +3.5
Los Angeles Rams at Houston Texans
Odds/Point Spread: Texans (+14.5)
The Los Angeles Rams are 6-1 in 2021. The Rams took the field against the Lions on Sunday, October 24, and left with a victory by a final score of 28-19. Stafford completed 28 of 41 passes for 334 yards and three touchdowns. He had a quarterback rating of 117.3, with no interceptions throughout the game. The Rams’ ground game was led by Darrell Henderson, who carried the ball 15 times for 45 yards (3.0 avg.).
Cooper Kupp had ten receptions for 156 yards to average 15.6 yds per catch. The Los Angeles Rams ran 19 times for 47 yards, which is 2.5 yards per carry on average. They rushed 61 plays for 374 yards during the game. The Rams gave up a completion percentage of 62.2 percent and 23 completions on 37 attempts for 278 yards against Detroit. Los Angeles allowed 137 yds on 28 rushes, which is 4.9 yards per attempt surrendered in the battle of the line of scrimmage.
Los Angeles Rams Offensive Stats
The Los Angeles Rams average 29.6 points per game when it comes to putting the ball in the endzone. They rank 22nd in the NFL with 95.4 yards on the ground as a team. Over the season, the Rams have already gained 2,780 yards. As a team, Los Angeles has 105 first downs and has been penalized on 28 infractions for 261 yards so far this year. The Rams have committed 7 turnovers this season, including 5 interceptions and 2 fumbles. When it comes to putting points on the board, Los Angeles has 19 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing touchdowns.
When it comes to team defense the Rams are 7th in the NFL, giving up 20.9 points per game. This season, the opposition is running for an average of 4.4 yards per rush and 111.9 rushing yards on average each week. Through seven weeks, the Rams have given up 783 rushing yards this season. The Rams have allowed 1,834 passing yards, putting them in 24th place in the NFL. Los Angeles Rams have given up 262 yards per game through the air, with a completion percentage of 66.5 percent. Overall, they have given up 373.9 yards per game, placing them 21st in the NFL. They’ve given up seven passing touchdowns and seven rushing touchdowns.
NFL Picks Week 8: Houston Stats
This season, the Texans have a record of 1-6 on the field. When they faced off against the Cardinals in their last game, the Texans went home defeated by a final of 31-5. David Mills, the quarterback, finished with 135 yards on 23/32 passing and a rating of 79.6. He avoided the defense by keeping the ball away from them and had no interceptions, with an average yards per pass attempt of 4.22 yds.
For the Texans, Brandin Cooks had 5 receptions for 21 yards, while David Johnson rushed 7 times for 25 yards. He ended the contest with 3.6 yards per carry. The Texans amassed 160 yards on 49 plays (3.3 yards per play). Houston ran the ball for 2.8 yards per attempt and finished with 42 yards in 15 attempts. The Texans gave up 37 sacks for 172 yards (4.6 average yards per carry) this season. Houston’s defensive secondary gave up a completion percentage of 71.4 percent, allowing 225 yards on 20 out of 28 passes.
Texans Offensive Stats
The Houston Texans have an average of 275.1 yards each game, which is 29th in the NFL. The ground attack has averaged 80.7 yards per contest and gained 565 total yards. The offense has 454 penalty yards on 51 infractions, which is third in the NFL in terms of assisting the opposition. They’ve thrown 7 picks while losing 5 fumbles, and they’ve amassed 65 first downs. The Houston Texans have 1,361 passing yards this season and an average of 194.4 per game, putting them 29th in the NFL. The Texans are ranked 31st in the NFL in terms of points on the board, with an average of 13.9 per game.
NFL Picks Week 8: Houston Texans Defensive Stats
In addition to 12 touchdowns through the ground game this season, they’ve given up 1,020 yards on the ground (145.7 yds per game). They’ve given up 12 passing touchdowns and have allowed 246.3 yards/game, putting them 19th in the NFL. The team’s interception problems have been a major cause for concern. They’ve had nine turnovers (two fumbles recovered and seven interceptions). In total, they have given up 203 points this season. Texans’ defense has been on the field for 445 plays, which is 23rd in the NFL. The Texans are giving up 29.0 points per game, putting them 28th in the league.
Who will win the Los Angeles Rams at Houston Texans NFL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Rams -14.5
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