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Week 8 of the NFL season is upon us and Nate Tice, Justis Mosqueda, and Katelyn Heffler are back with their picks of the week.

Week 8 NFL Predictions and Betting Picks From Our Beat the Odds Show

Through seven weeks of the NFL season, the Arizona Cardinals are the lone unbeaten team, the Kansas City Chiefs are under .500, and the Las Vegas Raiders lead the AFC West. The 2021 NFL season is a weird one so far, and we hope you’re along for the ride with us.

In Week 7, it was a tough week for our guy Nate Tice who went just 1-3 hitting on his pick of the week. Justis Mosqueda went 2-2 and Katelyn Heffler hit on her pick of the week pretty comfortably which was Patriots -7.

This week, the crew looks to bounce back in a big way, and looking at the Week 8 slate, there are some games they feel pretty good about. You can catch the show every week on our YouTube channel so make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of our NFL predictions.

Week 8 NFL Predictions

Justis Mosqueda’s Picks

Eagles vs Lions: Lions +3.5 (-114)

49ers vs Bears: 49ers -3.5 (+107)

Patriots vs Chargers: Chargers -5.5 (-107)

Steelers vs Browns: Browns -3 (-133) *pick of the week*

Nate Tice’s Picks

Eagles vs Lions: Lions +3.5 (-114)

Dolphins vs Bills: Bills -13.5 (+100)

Patriots vs Chargers: Patriots +5.5 (-105)

Packers vs Cardinals: Packers +3.5 (-107) *pick of the week*

Katelyn Heffler’s Picks

Dolphins vs Bills: Bills -13.5 (+100)

Click Here For the Full Week 8 NFL Slate

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