Best NFL Week 8 games: Bears-Cowboys, Dolphins-Lions, Eagles more

Week 8 of NFL the season continued on Sunday with Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos narrowly beating the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London in the third match of the 2022 International Series.

Currently on FOX, the one-loss Minnesota Vikings host the Arizona Cardinals, while the Chicago Bears face the Dallas Cowboys and the Carolina Panthers face the Atlanta Falcons.

Later, the new-look San Francisco 49ers will take on rival Los Angeles Rams, followed by an NFC tilt between the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks and other exciting matchups throughout the day.

Here are the best games from Sunday’s action.

Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys

Hot start

Dallas was hitting all cylinders early. Dak Prescott put the Cowboys on the board first with this underhanded run.

Just on the money

The Cowboys extended their lead with this seamless connection between Prescott and Lamb CeeDee.

Make a statement

The Cowboys added their third score of the day thanks to a high-flying pickup from Michael Gallup and a big run from Prescott who set up a clear route to the end zone for Tony Pollard.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings


Kirk Cousins ​​flew into the end zone on the Vikings’ first drive of the game, scoring for 17 yards.

The story made

DeAndre Hopkins came with a huge first-quarter touchdown to help move the cards down. Hopkins joins now Julio Jones as the only active NFL players with 800 career catches.

Carolina Panthers vs. Atlanta Falcons

One hand pick

The Falcons struggled from the start, as Marcus Mariota turned the ball over on their first practice of the game. Panthers cornerback Donte Jackson had a jaw-dropping interception early in the first quarter.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles came out strong in their first practice of the game. Jalen Hurts connected with star receiver AJ Brown for a monster 39-yard touchdown, which put Lincoln Financial Field back on their feet!


The Steelers tied things up at seven with a trick-playing touchdown that stunned the Eagles defense.


Hurts-Brown chemistry was strong in Philadelphia, as the pair posted their second score of the day.

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

Sharp Throws

Zach Wilson threw one to Garrett Wilson for a 54-yard pickup to get the Jets in the red zone, where they landed a basket to take the game’s first lead.

follow the leader

NY took the lead early in the second quarter, 10-3, after Wilson found tight end Tyler Conklin for six.

Miami Dolphins vs. Detroit Lions


After spitting the ball out on their first drive of the game, the Dolphins bounced back on their second possession. Tua Tagovailoa found Tyreek Hill for a 36-yard gain that set up a Jaylen Waddle landing.

Double trouble

Hill had a dazzling 42-yard grab to help move the Dolphins down, and they were able to narrow the gap slightly when Waddle notched his second score of the half.

Las Vegas Raiders at New Orleans Saints

Strong ground game

The Saints took the lead in the first quarter, thanks to some sophisticated footwork from none other than Alvin Kamara.

no give up

After having had no touchdowns in 2022 before Sunday, Kamara notched his second of the first half.

Stay tuned for updates.

Denver Broncos 21, Jacksonville Jaguars 17

drop pennies

The Jags were first on the board, as Trevor Lawrence found tight end Evan Engram for six right out of the gate.

To fight

Jacksonville led the entire first half, but Denver had a few tricks up its sleeve in the third quarter, when the Broncos took their first lead of the game.

Then Travis Etienne gave the Jags regain the lead in the fourth quarterbut it was short-lived as Broncos wide KJ Hamler moved his team down and Latavius ​​Murray came on with note to make it 21-17.

Seal the deal

The Jags got the ball back with less than two minutes left, but Lawrence was immediately knocked out on the Jacksonville side of the field, and things ended there.


Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans (4:05 p.m. ET)

Tennessee Titans


Houston Texans


San Francisco 49ers vs Los Angeles Rams (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

San Francisco 49ers


Los Angeles Rams


New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

New York Giants


Seattle Seahawks


Washington Commanders at the Indianapolis Colts (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

Washington Commanders


Indianapolis Colts


Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills (8:20 p.m. ET)

Green Bay Packers


Buffalo Tickets


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