Top NFL Week 8 Games: 49ers-Rams, Giants-Seahawks, Titans-Texans, More

Week 8 of the NFL season has played some fantastic football, and more is on the way on Sunday!

Right now, rookie quarterback Malik Willis makes his first NFL start for the Tennessee Titans against the Houston Texans, as the new San Francisco 49ers take on the Los Angeles Rams and an NFC tilt is underway between the New York Giants and the Seattle seahawks.

Earlier, Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos narrowly beat the Jacksonville Jaguars at London’s Wembley Stadium in the third game of the 2022 International Series. Elsewhere, the Dallas Cowboys dominated the Chicago Bears, while the Minnesota Vikings outlasted the Arizona Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons took first place in the NFC South with a wild win over the Carolina Panthers.

Here are the best deals from Sunday’s action.

Dallas Cowboys 49, Chicago Bears 29

Good start

Dallas clicked on all cylinders early. After getting the Cowboys on the board first with a sneaky run, Dak Prescott extended Dallas’ lead with this smooth connection between Prescott and CeeDee Lamb.

Make a statement

The Cowboys added their third score of the day thanks to a high-flying pick-up from Michael Gallup and a big run from Prescott that marked a clear route to the end zone for Tony Pollard.

Right to the money

The Bears defense knocked out Prescott near midfield just before halftime, leaving Justin Fields & Co. was able to capitalize and bring in a score to keep things close.

Chaos!

The second half was a wild one in Dallas. The Cowboys grabbed a third quarter touchdown on a 36-yard fumble recovery from Micah Parsons to extend their lead. Then, with the momentum on his side, Dallas came up with a game-icing score in the final frame—a monstrous 54-yard rush from none other than Pollard.

Minnesota Vikings 34, Arizona Cardinals 26

Wheels!

Kirk Cousins ​​blasted into the end zone on the Vikings’ first drive of the game, blasting out for a 17-yard score.

History made

After coming up with a massive sideline grab in the first quarter to help move the Cards onto the field, DeAndre Hopkins followed that up with a wild one-handed touchdown to keep things close to half.

Hopkins now joins Julio Jones as the only active NFL players with more than 800 career catches.

Atlanta Falcons 37, Carolina Panthers 34 (OT)

Choose with one hand

The Falcons struggled right out of the gate when Marcus Mariota flipped the ball on their first drive of the game. Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson came in early in the first quarter with a stunning interception.

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Tyler Allgeier, who came on for the injured Cordarrelle Patterson, turned a short pass into a 25-yard touchdown to extend the Falcons’ lead in the third quarter.

Saint Mary!

The Panthers were out with 12 seconds to play, so PJ Walker threw it up for grabs, and DJ Moore came down with the ball in the end zone for a 62-yard tying score.

However, that was just the beginning. The game went overtime after Carolina missed the extra point, which was pushed back due to an excessive party penalty on Moore for removing his helmet after the score.

The Falcons eventually came away with the win via a field goal in OT.

Philadelphia Eagles 35, Pittsburgh Steelers 13

The Eagles came out strong on their first drive of the game. Jalen Hurts linked up with star receiver AJ Brown for a monstrous 39-yard touchdown, which propped up Lincoln Financial Field!

cheating!

The Steelers climbed at seven with a trick-play touchdown that stunned the Eagles defense.

Always. Open.

Hurts-Brown chemistry was strong in Philly as the pair came with two more scores in the first half to help the home team to an easy win.

New England Patriots 22, New York Jets 17

Sharp Throws

Zach Wilson launched one at Garrett Wilson for a 54-yard pick-up to get the Jets into the red zone, where they grabbed a field goal to take the first lead of the game.

follow the leader

NY took the lead early in the second quarter, 10-3, after Wilson found Tyler Conklin tight for six.

In the end, the Jets were unable to hold off the Patriots’ five-field goal, one touchdown, and the home side came up just short.

Miami Dolphins 31, Detroit Lions 27

redeem

After coughing up the ball on their first drive of the game, the Dolphins bounced back on their second possession. Tua Tagovailoa found Tyreek Hill for a 36-yard win that set up a Jaylen Waddle touchdown.

Duplicate issues

Hill pulled in a dizzying 42-yard grab to help move the Dolphins onto the field, and they were able to close the gap slightly as Waddle took his second score of the half. Miami moved on to secure the win.

New Orleans Saints 24, Las Vegas Raiders 0

Ground game strong

The Saints took the lead in the first quarter thanks to the beautiful footwork of none other than Alvin Kamara.

No stop

After not having touchdowns in 2022 heading into Sunday, Kamara took his second of the first half, followed by a third score to open the second half.

The Raiders were locked out for the first time since 2014.

Denver Broncos 21, Jacksonville Jaguars 17

Drop servings

The Jags were first on the board, as Trevor Lawrence found tight end Evan Engram for six straight out of the gate.

To fight

Jacksonville led the entire first half, but Denver had a few tricks up their sleeve in the third quarter, when the Broncos took their first lead of the game.

Then Travis Etienne de Jags gave the lead back in the fourth quarter, but it was short lived as KJ Hamler from all over the Broncos pushed his team down the bottom field and Latavius ​​Murray came up with the score to make it 21-17. to make.

Closing the deal

The Jags got the ball back with less than two minutes to play, but Lawrence was immediately knocked out on Jacksonville’s own side of the field, and that’s where it ended.

SHORTLY:

San Francisco 49ers in Los Angeles Rams

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New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks

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Washington Commanders in Indianapolis Colts

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Tennessee Titans in Houston Texans

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Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills (8:20 PM ET)

Green Bay Packers

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Buffalo Bills

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