2016 NFL Week 8 Betting Multi


Once again we failed on just one leg of our NFL week 7 multi. Let’s hope we can turn around with with our 2016 NFL Week 8 Betting Multi.

See below our suggested multi for Week 8’s games!

Leg 1 – Washington @ Cincinatti (London) – @ $1.65
Leg 2 – New England @ Buffalo – @ $1.40
Leg 3 – New York Jets @ Cleveland – @ $1.55
Leg 4 – Seattle @ New Orleans – @ $1.72


Yet another must-win game for the Bengals if they are to keep their playoff hopes at a realistic level. While we concede they have been somewhat disappointing in 2016/17 so far, they’ve had a tough schedule and all four of their losses come against some of the best teams in the NFL. Cincinnati’s previous opponents, the Patriots, Cowboys, Broncos and Steelers are all in the Top 10 of our power rankings, suggesting that the Bengals might be a bit better than the 3-4 record would have you think.

Washington were pretty average last week as they allowed Matt Stafford and the Lions snap their four-game winning streak. All of the Redskins games so far this season have been tight and they were able to scrape through at least two wins that could have easily been losses. Further to that, their injuries are starting to stack up at key positions, leaving them at risk this weekend.

Even though the Patriots were banged up and had no Brady, the fact that the Bills shut-out the Patriots just a few short weeks ago would not be sitting pretty with the boys in Foxboro. Since then, Brady has returned and the New England Patriots have looked by far and away the most likely Super Bowl winners. In fact, Brady is yet to throw a pick despite throwing over 100 passes and eight touchdowns in his three games back. Gronk has looked very dangerous and appears to be moving freely.

They face their division rivals who melted in the Florida heat last week, losing to the Dolphins and ending a nice little run after the firing of their then offensive coordinator Greg Roman. A few injury concerns and a hungry Patriots make this our most confident lock of the multi.

Ryan Fitzpatrick’s comments during the week were a touch cringeworthy but we think we’ve just got to keep betting against this Browns team if the bookies continue to offer up prices. The Jets are 2-5 but are about to commence arguably their easiest three-game stretch of the entire year. They showed enough fight and grit against the Ravens last week in a sloppy affair that suggests they should be able to handle a Browns team that is decimated by injuries and suffering from a clear lack of talent.

Well, those of you who sat through the Sunday Night Football match between the Seahawks and Cardinals, don’t worry…. you were not alone. However, this weeks clash against the Saints now becomes a crucial game for Seattle. Defensively, the Seahawks look elite, although they are patchy on the offensive side of the ball. They’ll not get many easier opportunities to get things moving on that end coming up against a New Orleans Saints team that has given up 35+ points in four of their six games.

The Saints have been competitive so far in 2016 which is a credit to them considering the obvious lack of talent they have in many key areas. However, they struggle to produce big stops on defence when it matters most and we’ve got Seattle winning this one comfortably.


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