NFL Week 8 Betting Picks: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco at Seattle, New Orleans at Chicago, Las Vegas at Cleveland, Atlanta at Carolina

NFL Week 8 is here!  Todd and Payne from BetTheBoardPodcast.com are back to break down the biggest games from a point spread perspective including a BEST BET.  The boys provide crucial matchup analysis and key metrics to help get you to the FanDuel betting window and cash your daily fantasy football lineups.

In-depth previews on the very biggest NFL Week 8 games include:

▶️ Pittsburgh at Baltimore (3:12)
▶️ Tua Tagovailoa First Start (18:25)
▶️ Carlos Dunlap + Everson Griffen Trades (21:21)
▶️ San Francisco at Seattle (25:48)
▶️ John Sheerean Sports Book Report (34:18)
▶️ Las Vegas at Cleveland (52:05)
▶️ New Orleans at Chicago (46:11)
▶️ Atlanta at Carolina (56:58)
▶️ BEST BET 💰 (1:02:35)

Big Ben and the Steelers head to Baltimore to take on Lamar and the Ravens off a bye in a good old-fashioned AFC North battle; which defense claims division superiority? Did Miami make the right decision going with Tua, and what does it mean for the Dolphins offense? How much impact will Carlos Dunlap and Everson Griffen make on their new teams? Can Jimmy G and the 49ers pass game do enough to attack the Seahawks secondary? There’s weather in the forecast for Las Vegas and Cleveland, which quarterback can limit mistakes and throw accurately underneath? Will Matt Nagy finally self-scout his offense and put the Bears in the best position to succeed this week? Money has come in on the Falcons for TNF, how will Atlanta’s offense choose to attack Carolina?

Comment below with YOUR best bet for NFL Week 8!

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