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NFL Odds Preview - Week 8 Predictions
By Jake Thompson

Carson PalmerWe followed up our 10-2 record in week 6 with a 9-4 record in week 7, and it really could have been better.  Carolina was on their way to covering the point spread until a late turnover allowed Dallas to kick a field goal in the final seconds to take away a victory for us there.  The 49ers would have covered the point spread if they had accepted a late safety to go up 2 scores, but they made the call not to take the extra 2 points and they didn't cover the point spread.  Oakland nearly doubled up Jacksonville in total yardage but couldn't cover the spread that had them favored by only 4, and we were as close as one can be to going 12-1.  That being said, we are still hitting nearly 63% on the year and anyone that had bet $100 on each of these plays would be up close to $1500 with still half a season to go!

Record against the point spread: 42-25

New England Patriots -7 at St. Louis Rams

People need to realize the Patriots don't deserve to be such huge favorites this year.  Their defense can't stop many teams and they are on the road here against a top defense.  Go with the Rams.

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans -3.5

The Colts can keep this one close in a game where neither team will stop their opponent.  

Jacksonville Jaguars at Green Bay Packers -14.5

I don't usually take favorites of this magnitude but the Packers will win by 40 if they feel like it.

San Diego Chargers -3 at Cleveland Browns

The Browns are improving but they simply aren't capable of sticking close to the Chargers.  San Diego is in need of a win and their experience gets them one while they cover the point spread.

Atlanta Falcons at Philadlephia Eagles -3

I have ragged on the Eagles all season long, but ultimately the Falcons have holes and Philadelphia hands them their first loss of the year.

Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions -2.5

The Seahawks are a legitimate team and I'll take them here in what I consider to be a tossup game.

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets -2.5

Miami might be the most underrated team in the NFL right now and I think they have what it takes to win on Sunday.

Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears -7.5

The Bears are overrated on both sides of the ball and I think Carolina can keep this one close enough while potentially pulling off the upset.

Washington Redskins at Pittsburgh Steelers -4.5

Robert Griffin III can keep this team within striking distance in what should be a high-scoring affair.

Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs -1.5

I'm going with the Raiders as underdogs against the worst team in the NFL despite Oakland also being pretty bad.

New York Giants -2 at Dallas Cowboys

The Giants will get their revenge after losing at home against the Cowboys to start the year off.

New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos -6

Denver's defense isn't up to par and this one will be close as both squads put up big points.  Take the Saints.

San Francisco 49ers -7 at Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals won't move the ball without Kolb at quarterback and the 49ers turn field position and turnovers into points while they cover the point spread here.

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