Readers beware: Our picks columnist is hitching his wagon to Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions this week. (Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press/TNS)

Readers beware: Our picks columnist is hitching his wagon to Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions this week. (Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press/TNS)

NFL Week 8 lines/picks: Cleveland’s best chance to avoid going 0-16 comes in home game against Jets

MATCHUP; SPREAD; MONEYLINE; OVER/UNDER

Washington vs. Cincinnati CIN -3 WAS +130, CIN -150 +/- 48

Green Bay at Atlanta ATL -3 GB +140, ATL -160 +/- 53

Detroit at Houston HOU -2.5 DET +115, HOU -135 +/- 45.5

Seattle at New Orleans SEA -3 SEA -140, NO +120 +/- 48

New England at Buffalo NE -6 NE -260, BUF +220 +/- 47.5

NYJ at Cleveland NYJ -3 NYJ -145, CLE +125 +/- 44

Oakland at Tampa Bay PICK OAK -110, TB -110 +/- 49.5

Kansas City at Indianapolis KC -3 KC -145, IND +125 +/- 50

San Diego at Denver DEN -4.5 SD +180, DEN -210 +/- 44

Arizona at Carolina CAR -3 ARI +135, CAR -155 +/- 48

Philadelphia at Dallas DAL -4.5 PHI +180, DAL -210 +/- 43

MNF

Minnesota at Chicago MIN -5 MIN -210, CHI +180 +/- 40.5

On bye this week: San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens

Lines courtesy William Hill, updated Friday, Oct. 28

 

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