NFL 2022 Semaine 8

the week 8 guide

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers to raise, Seahawks and Jets to confirm early season hopes, We Sport brings you Week 8 of the 2022 NFL season.

The game of the week

Green Bay Packers [3-4] @Buffalo Bills [5-1] : Monday, 1h20

A franchise in form against another in full doubt. Carried by a gala Josh Allen, a more than legitimate candidate for the MVP trophy, the Bills welcome Packers who are struggling to find their rhythm. Like Aaron Rodgers far from leaving the best visual impression, Green Bay does not convince. If the Wisconsin franchise wants to revive, it will have to seek a benchmark victory to break this bad dynamic. If the task looks difficult against one of the best teams in the league, a success could totally revive the Packers season. On the other hand, winning would strengthen the status of the Bills, more than ever candidates for the Super Bowl in the AFC.

Player to watch: TOm Brady

Baltimore Ravens [4-3] @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers [3-4] : Thursday, 2:15 a.m.

Is this one season too many for Tom Brady? At 45, the Buccaneers quarterback is struggling to regain his former level. In its wake, the whole attack is slipping, displaying only the 26e league point average; by comparison, Tampa Bay was second in that same ranking last season. This week, Brady will face a Ravens defense far from his best? A good way to revive after a very poor meeting against the Panthers – with only three points scored?

Team to watch: New York Jets

New England Patriots [3-4] @ New York Jets [5-2] : Sunday, 6:00 p.m.

After eight weeks of competition, who could have thought that the Jets would welcome the Patriots as the favorite? With four successes in their last four games, Robert Saleh’s men have the wind in their sails before finding a division rival. New York rely on a solid ground game, although Breece Hall’s injury could reduce the team’s production, and could already have one of their best seasons since 2015 by securing a sixth victory. Facing a struggling Patriots in the wake of a Mac Jones returning from injury, the opportunity seems perfect to win a first game in this rivalry since… 2015.

Question of the week: Can the Seahawks believe in the NFC West title?

New York Giants [6-1] @Seattle Seahawks [4-3] : Sunday, 9:25 p.m.

Condemned to last place in their division at the start of the season, the Seahawks surprise and are the only ones to post a positive balance sheet in NFC West. Behind an astonishing Geno Smith and a ground game carried by the runner Kenneth Walker, the attack is running at full speed and Seattle can dream of a division title which seemed inaccessible to them at the beginning of September. However, the Washington franchise will have to succeed in imposing itself against strong opponents. This Sunday against the Giants and their perfectly honed defense, Seattle will face a life-size test that could show if the franchise has the shoulders to keep up the pace until the end of December.

The program of the week 8

This week, the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers are on rest.

Thursday Night Football

Baltimore Ravens [4-3] @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers [3-4]

NFL London Series

Denver Broncos [2-5] @Jacksonville Jaguars [2-5]

Redzone (Sunday, 6:00 p.m.)

Carolina Panthers [2-5] @ Atlanta Falcons [3-4]

New England Patriots [3-4] @ New York Jets [5-2]

Las Vegas Raiders [2-4] @ New Orleans Saints [2-5]

arizona cardinals [3-4] @ Minnesota Vikings [5-1]

Miami Dolphins [4-3] @ Detroit Lions [1-5]

Chicago Bears [3-4] @Dallas Cowboys [5-2]

Pittsburgh Steelers [2-5] @Philadelphia Eagles [6-0]

Redzone (Sunday, 9:05 p.m./9:25 p.m.)

Tennessee Titans [4-2] @Houston Texans [1-4-1]

New York Giants [6-1] @Seattle Seahawks [4-3]

San Francisco 49ers [3-4] @Los Angeles Rams [3-3]

Washington Commanders [3-4] @Indianapolis Colts [3-3-1]

Sunday Night Football (Monday, 1h20)

Green Bay Packers [3-4] @Buffalo Bills [5-1]

Monday Night Football (Tuesday, 1:15 a.m.)

Cincinnati Bengals [4-3] @ Cleveland Browns [2-5]

Louis Rousseau

The words “Minnesota Miracle” and “No-Call” are scratched from my vocabulary. My heart mourns the retirement of Drew Brees and the loneliness of RJ Barrett in Madison Square Garden.

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