NFL Week 8 Schedule 2016

Date Time Game
Thursday, October 27 8:25 PM ET Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans
Sunday, October 30 9:30 AM ET Washington Redskins @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET Detroit Lions @ Houston Texans
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET Seattle Seahawks @ New Orleans Saints
Sunday, October 30 1:00 PM ET Oakland Raiders @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday, October 30 4:05 PM ET San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos
Sunday, October 30 4:25 PM ET Arizona Cardinals @ Carolina Panthers
Sunday, October 30 8:30 PM ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys
Monday, October 31 8:30 PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears

Week 8 Fantasy Analysis

As week 8 gets here, the injuries and bye weeks are mounting. The Packers and the Falcons face off in what should be one of the highest scoring games off the week. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers passing game will once again have to carry a non-existent running game, especially with Eddie Lacy on IR. Davante Adams is coming off a huge game and will likely see a large target-share once again. The Seahawks finally get a good fantasy matchup as they head to New Orleans. The Saints are a shell of a defense and should allow the struggling Seattle offense to find some consistency. Russell Wilson is clearly hurt, and should be someone to monitor closely in this one. If he doesn't show any ability to move in the pocket or run, then it's going to be tough to trust him at all going forward. The Redskins and Bengals face off in London this week, in what should be a tremendous game for fantasy-relevant players. With Jordan Reed expected back, Kirk Cousins and the Redskins offense should be able to push the pace on this Bengals team. While Jeremy Hill is hurt, the Bengals running game shouldn't suffer all that much as Gio Bernard will take on a bigger role. The Raiders and Buccaneers get together for what should be an ugly real game, but a tremendous fantasy game. Both offenses have been able to move the ball consistently to start the year, and both defenses lend themselves to struggling to control the opposing offenses. Amari Cooper, Mike Evans and Jameis Winston are a great game stack idea.