NFL Week 8 Recaps 2017 NFL Week 8 Game Recaps: Miami Dolphins 4-3-0 0 VS Baltimore Ravens 4-4-0 40 Final, Minnesota Vikings 6-2-0 33 VS Cleveland Browns 0-8-0 16 Final, Atlanta Falcons 4-3-0 25 VS New York Jets 3-4-0 20 Final, Carolina Panthers 5-3-0 17 VS Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-5-0 3 Final, San Francisco 49ers 0-8-0 10 VS Philadelphia Eagles 7-1-0 33 Final, Chicago Bears 3-5-0 12 VS New Orleans Saints 5-2-0 20 Final, Los Angeles Chargers 3-5-0 13 VS New England Patriots 6-2-0 21 Final, Oakland Raiders 3-5-0 14 VS Buffalo Bills 5-2-0 34 Final, Indianapolis Colts 2-6-0 23 VS Cincinnati Bengals 3-4-0 24 Final, Houston Texans 3-4-0 38 VS Seattle Seahawks 5-2-0 41 Final, Dallas Cowboys 4-3-0 33 VS Washington Redskins 3-4-0 19 Final, Pittsburgh Steelers 6-2-0 20 VS Detroit Lions 3-4-0 15 Final, Denver Broncos 3-4-0 19 VS Kansas City Chiefs 6-2-0 29 Final

2017 NFL Week 8 Game Recaps

The Los Angeles Chargers headed to New England on a three game winning streak. The last time both of these teams lost prior to week 8 where one of these teams would lose was week 4.

Chris Ransom Last Updated: October 30, 2017.

Miami Dolphins 4-3-0
Baltimore Ravens 4-4-0

Game Recap: BALTIMORE-Matt Moore got the start with both Ryan Tannehill and Jay Cutler out for Miami. That's why I figured this would be a defensive game with both quarterbacks struggling.

Well it was a blowout with Baltimore winning 40-0. Joe Flacco threw a touchdown early. He left the game injured thanks to Kiko Alonso. C.J. Mosley and Jimmy Smith both had fourth quarter pick sixes. Mosley was my player of the game with everything he did to help Baltimore obtain a paramount win.

Minnesota Vikings 6-2-0
Cleveland Browns 0-8-0

Game Recap: LONDON-Minnesota faced Cleveland in London. This was a huge game for both teams. The Browns did not have Myles Garrett, Jason McCourty, or Jabrill Peppers active for this game.

Case Keenum threw a pick on his first drive. That put Cleveland in great position for a touchdown. Zane Gonzalez missed the extra point. Minnesota got a field goal later in the first quarter. Cleveland led 6-3 after one quarter.

Minnesota took a 9-6 lead with Ogbah blocking the extra point. Kizer ran it in on a sneak to make it a 13-9 game. Minnesota kicked a field goal to make it a 13-12 game at halftime.

Minnesota began the second half with a field goal. That made it a 15-13 game. Zane Gonzalez missed an easy field goal which went wide. Minnesota kept their 15-13 lead over Cleveland Browns.

Cleveland got a field goal to take a 16-15 lead. Minnesota got a rushing touchdown and two point conversion to make it a 23-16 game after three quarters.

Minnesota outscored Cleveland to win 33-16. Minnesota Vikings left tackle Riley Reiff did a superb job against Cleveland by protecting Case Keenum and opening up running lanes while zone blocking for this offense. Reiff has played strong every week this season and anyone who believes he's expendable at this point is kidding themselves.

Atlanta Falcons 4-3-0
New York Jets 3-5-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-Atlanta was the last NFC team to lose a game after starting 3-0. They haven't won since week 3 though.

Josh McCown and Matt Ryan both threw passing touchdowns in the first quarter. It was 7-7 after one quarter.

Both teams traded field goals in the second quarter. Josh McCown threw another passing touchdown. That gave the Jets a 17-10 lead. New York led 17-13 at halftime.

Atlanta got a field goal in the third quarter. The New York Jets led 17-16 after three quarters.

Chandler Catanzaro missed a field goal. Atlanta got the ball back. Matt Ryan recovered a fumble and threw a touchdown pass to Mohamed Sanu. Atlanta failed to get the two point conversion, but took a 22-7 lead.

Both teams traded field goals after that. Atlanta won 25-20. Quarterback Matt Ryan went 18/29 with 254 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Ryan was a huge reason why Atlanta won today.

Carolina Panthers 5-3-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-5-0

Game Recap: TAMPA BAY-Both Carolina and Tampa Bay needed to win today. Whoever lost this game was in huge trouble. Tampa Bay did not have their field cornerback Brent Grimes.

Christian McCaffrey made a huge third down conversion on third and six. That set up a Jonathan Stewart rushing touchdown. Carolina led 7-0 after one quarter.

Carolina Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly got a tackle for a loss on Jacquizz Rodgers. Carolina made a defensive stop thanks to Kuechly. Winston threw a first down to Cameron Brate on third down executing a third down conversion for Tampa Bay. Winston fumbled the ball. Carolina kicked a field goal to make it 10-0 at halftime.

Tampa Bay got a field goal to make it 10-3 after three quarters. Carolina led by a touchdown after three quarters.

Cam Newton threw a passing touchdown to Kelvin Benjamin. Carolina won this game 17-3. Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly was the biggest reason Carolina won this game. Kuechly had 6 solo tackles, 2 assisted tackles, 8 total tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 1 deflection from a pass breakup, 1 interception, and 1 fumble recovery. Kurt Coleman recovered the Winston fumble on the stat sheet, but the tape says Kuechly recovered the fumble. Kuechly was a huge reason Carolina won this week.

San Francisco 49ers 0-8-0
Philadelphia Eagles 7-1-0

Game Recap: PHILADELPHIA-Halapoulivaati Vaitai would replace Jason Peters at left tackle after Peters tore his ACL on Monday Night Football. Lane Johnson remained at right tackle. Jordan Hicks was also out for Philadelphia at middle linebacker.

San Francisco got to redo a third down due to an offsides penalty by Derek Barnett. Lane Johnson also had a false start penalty which set up third and eleven instead of third and six. San Francisco forced Philadelphia to punt the football making a good defensive stop to start this game.

Solomon Thomas had an offsides penalty on second and three to give Philadelphia a new set of downs. Jimmie Ward also left the game injured on this drive and did not return, it was later discovered he had a broken forearm. Philadelphia got a field goal on this drive and led 3-0 after one quarter thanks to Earl Mitchell making a sack for the 49ers at the end of the first quarter.

Rodney McLeod intercepted C.J. Beathard. Unfortunately Patrick Robinson also left the game injured for Philadelphia at cornerback after the interception by McLeod.

Philadelphia got held to a three and out following the interception. Carson Wentz would redeem himself on the next drive thanks to a defensive pass interference play by San Francisco that put Philadelphia at the 49er one yard line. Wentz threw a touchdown pass to Zach Ertz. That gave Philadelphia a 9-0 lead.

C.J. Beathard threw a pick 6 to Jalen Mills. Left tackle Joe Staley broke his orbital and is expected to have stitches on his right eye. Philadelphia went for a two point conversion and got it with Wentz throwing a conversion to Alshon Jeffrey. Garrett Gilliam, who came in to replace Staley at left tackle also left this game injured. Philadelphia led this game 17-0 at halftime.

Jake Elliott made a 51-yard field goal to make it a 20-0 game in the third quarter. Philadelphia won this blowout 33-10 with Jalen Mills being the key player for Philadelphia in this game. San Francisco falls to 0-8 like Cleveland and Philadelphia still controls their own destiny at 7-1 so far.

Chicago Bears 3-5-0
New Orleans Saints 5-2-0

Game Recap: NEW ORLEANS-Both of these teams were riding winning streaks heading into the week. It was time to find out which team would extend their streak.

Chicago did a good job limiting New Orleans. An offsides penalty by Kyle Fuller allowed the Saints to keep their opening drive alive. Alvin Kamara ran it in for a rushing touchdown. So New Orleans led 7-0 after that opening drive. New Orleans also led 7-0 after one quarter.

Chicago finally got a field goal thanks to a 10-play 67-yard drive that took up 5 minutes and 25 seconds. New Orleans still led 7-3 following that field goal.

Mark Ingram got a rushing touchdown late in the second quarter. New Orleans led 14-3 at halftime over the Chicago Bears.

New Orleans had the ball for 8 minutes and 3 seconds in the third quarter. They still didn't score any points. Chicago got a field goal. New Orleans led 14-6 after three quarters.

Will Lutz got a field goal. That made it a 17-6 game. Chris Jones recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter on the Saints next possession which set up a Tarik Cohen touchdown. Chicago could not get the two point conversion. New Orleans led 17-12.

Adrian Amos recovered a fumble for Chicago. New Orleans made a huge stop. Will Lutz got a field goal on his next drive with the Saints. New Orleans led this game 20-12 late in the fourth quarter.

Chicago got the ball to the New Orleans 48-yard line. Marshon Lattimore who was my player of the game made a game-winning interception. New Orleans won 20-12 due to Lattimore and his brilliant coverage.

Los Angeles Chargers 3-5-0
New England Patriots 6-2-0

Game Recap: NEW ENGLAND-Los Angeles did not have to deal with D'Onta Hightower at middle linebacker or Stephon Gilmore at cornerback. That was one reason why I thought this game would be a shootout.

Nick Novak missed a 51-yard field goal on the Chargers opening drive. Melvin Gordon ran for an 87-yard rushing touchdown. Los Angeles led 7-0 after one quarter.

Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski early in the second quarter. That touchdown pass tied the game at 7-7.

Travis Benjamin muffed a punt in the end zone. That resulted in a New England safety which made it a 9-7 game. Stephen Gostkowski made two more field goals which gave New England a 15-7 lead at halftime. New England had the ball for 10 minutes and 17 seconds in the second quarter.

New England put together a 12-play 52-yard drive that took up 5 minutes and 27 seconds. New England got a field goal off of that series and led 18-7 after three quarters. New England had the ball for 8 minutes and 25 seconds in the third quarter.

Nate Solder had an illegal block to begin the fourth quarter. Gostkowski missed a 43-yard field goal. Philip Rivers threw a touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin, the Chargers went for a two point conversion and did not get it. New England led 18-13 in the fourth quarter.

New England got a field goal which made it a 21-13 game. Rivers drove the Chargers down to the New England 23-yard line. New England intercepted Rivers on the final play of the game. New England had the ball for 10 minutes and 22 seconds in the fourth quarter.

It's amazing New England only won by 8 when you consider how much tempo they dictated with time of possession. Quarterback Tom Brady was the player of this game for New England. Brady went 32/47 with 333 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions. Brady played smart football and won this game for New England to improve the Patriots to 6-2 on the year.

Oakland Raiders 3-5-0
Buffalo Bills 5-2-0

Game Recap: BUFFALO-Oakland had a chance to return to .500 with a win. They didn't have Marshawn Lynch for this game though.

Oakland took a 7-0 lead thanks to a 13-play drive that lasted 5 minutes and 32 seconds. Oakland led 7-0 after one quarter.

Tyrod Taylor threw a touchdown pass. That touchdown tied it at 7-7. Matt Milano recovered a 40-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Buffalo took a 14-7 lead over the Oakland Raiders at halftime.

Buffalo got a field goal early in the third quarter. That made it a 17-7 game. Micah Hyde picked off Derek Carr and Buffalo got another field goal to take a 20-7 lead. Buffalo led 20-7 after three quarters. Buffalo had the ball for 12 minutes and 55 seconds in the third quarter.

Tyrod Taylor had a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. That made it 27-7. Derek Carr threw a touchdown pass which made it 27-14. LeSean McCoy's rushing touchdown put the game away allowing Buffalo to prevail 34-14. LeSean McCoy had 27 carries, 151 rushing yards, and 1 rushing touchdown.

Indianapolis Colts 2-6-0
Cincinnati Bengals 3-4-0

Game Recap: CINCINNATI-Malik Hooker joined Jack Mewhort on the injured reserved list for the Colts. Cincinnati needed to win today in order to save their season.

Cincinnati blocked a punt on the Colts first drive. That put the Bengals in great field position. Randy Bullock kicked a field goal. Cincinnati led 3-0 after one quarter.

The combination of Frank Gore and Marlon Mack was able to run the football and get the Colts in field goal range. Adam Vinatieri tied the game at 3-3 after making a 29-yard field goal.

Jacoby Brissett threw a touchdown pass to Jack Doyle. That made it 10-10. Andy Dalton threw a touchdown pass to A.J. Green. That tied the game at 10-10.

Adam Vinatieri made it a 13-10 game at halftime with his 33-yard field goal. Indianapolis led 13-10 at halftime.

Andy Dalton threw a touchdown pass to Josh Malone. That gave the Bengals a 17-13 lead.

Brissett threw a touchdown pass to Marlon Mack. That gave the Colts a 20-17 lead. Indianapolis had the ball for 8 minutes in the third quarter while Cincinnati only had the ball for 7 minutes in the third quarter. Indianapolis was 3/3 on third down conversions in the third quarter as well.

Adam Vinatieri made it a 23-17 game. Carlos Dunlap returned a pick 6 to give Cincinnati a 24-23 lead over the Colts. Cincinnati won 24-23 thanks to Carlos Dunlap and his brilliant play at 4-3 left end.

Houston Texans 3-4-0
Seattle Seahawks 5-2-0

Game Recap: SEATTLE-Both Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson had a shootout of the ages. Bob McNair upset players on the Texans with his comments yesterday.

Deshaun Watson threw a touchdown pass to Will Fuller. That gave the Texans a 7-0 lead.

Deshaun Watson threw a pass to DeAndre Hopkins. Earl Thomas intercepted the pass and Earl Thomas returned a 78-yard interception for a touchdown. Houston took Chris Clark out of the game and put Julie'n Davenport in at left tackle with Duane Brown refusing to play for Houston despite the holdout.

Jeremy Lane's defensive pass interference set up a touchdown for Houston. Lamar Miller ran it in for a rushing touchdown. That gave Houston a 14-7 lead in the first quarter.

Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to Paul Richardson. Richardson caught the 20-yard receiving touchdown from Wilson. That made it a 14-14 game. It was 14-14 after one quarter. Houston had the ball for 9 minutes and 55 seconds in the first quarter.

Deshaun Watson's 18-yard scramble and a fourth down conversion by Lamar Miller kept the drive alive. Watson threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Will Fuller. Houston took a 21-14 lead following that touchdown. That touchdown was part of an 11-play 84-yard drive that took up 5 minutes and 6 seconds.

Russell Wilson threw another touchdown pass to Paul Richardson. That tied the game at 21-21. The game was tied 21-21 at halftime.

Both teams traded field goals in the third quarter. Then Blair Walsh kicked one more field goal. Seattle led 27-24 after three quarters.

Watson threw a pass to Hopkins. That set up another touchdown from Watson to Miller. Houston took a 31-27 lead over Seattle.

Kareem Jackson's pass interference penalty really cost the Texans. Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to Jimmy Graham thanks to that penalty. Seattle took a 34-31 lead over Houston after that play.

Deshaun Watson threw a 72-yard touchdown pass to Deandre Hopkins. That gave Houston a 38-34 lead. Wilson went back to Jimmy Graham. Seattle took a 41-38 lead. Watson tried to win it on a hail mary. He was intercepted by Richard Sherman. Seattle won this game 41-38.

Deshaun Watson had 402 passing yards despite the loss. Hopkins had 8 receptions, 224 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. Will Fuller had 5 receptions, 125 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. Houston's offense clicked.

Russell Wilson had 452 passing yards in the win for Seattle. Wide receiver Paul Richardson was my player of the game. Richardson had 6 receptions, 105 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. Richardson helped Seattle get off to a 5-2 start.

Dallas Cowboys 4-3-0
Washington Redskins 3-4-0

Game Recap: WASHINGTON-Both Trent Williams and Brandon Scherff were inactive for this game. If I knew those guys were inactive I would have picked Dallas.

Josh Norman recovered an Ezekiel Elliott fumble on the very first play of the game. That put Washington in field goal range. Washington took a 3-0 lead after converting a field goal.

Ezekiel Elliott had a 13-yard rushing touchdown for Dallas. Washington got a touchdown on their next series to make it a 10-7 game. Washington led 10-7 after one quarter of play.

Mike Nugent missed a 49-yard field goal that would have tied the game. Washington kicked a field goal which made it 13-7 Redskins. Ezekiel Elliott had one more rushing touchdown which gave Dallas a 14-13 lead at halftime.

Washington got the ball to start the third quarter. Tyrone Crawford forced a Kirk Cousins fumble. DeMarcus Lawrence recovered the fumble. That fumble recovery set up a Mike Nugent field goal which gave Dallas a 17-13 lead in the second half. Dallas recovered another fumble. A holding penalty by left tackle Tyrod Smith nullified an Ezekiel Elliott rushing touchdown. Dallas had to settle for a field goal with Nugent putting Dallas ahead 20-13 in the third quarter.

Nugent got one more field goal to make it 23-13 late in the third quarter. Dallas led 23-13 after three quarters and had the ball for 9 minutes and 54 seconds in the third quarter.

Mike Nugent got a field goal to make it 26-13 in the fourth quarter. Dallas won this game 33-19. Ezekiel Elliott was the biggest reason Dallas won. Elliott had 33 carries, 150 rushing yards, and 2 rushing touchdowns. Elliott was the biggest reason that Dallas won this game.

Pittsburgh Steelers 6-2-0
Detroit Lions 3-4-0

Game Recap: DETROIT-Pittsburgh faced Detroit. Pittsburgh is heading into their bye week next week and Detroit is coming off a bye week.

Chris Boswell and Matt Prater both got field goals on the opening drives for their teams in the first quarter. That made it a 3-3 game. Glover Quin picked off Ben Roethlisberger later in the first quarter. Pittsburgh was 0/2 on third down conversions in the first quarter and Detroit was 0/3 on third down conversions in the first quarter. It was 3-3 after one quarter.

Pittsburgh started 0/3 on third down conversions. Detroit started 0/4 on third down conversions. Detroit was at the Pittsburgh 10-yard line, but a holding penalty by Lions center Travis Swanson killed Detroit's momentum forcing the Lions to settle for a field goal. Detroit led 6-3 and had their first lead of the game.

Pittsburgh finally gets the first third down conversion with Ben Roethlisberger throwing a first down to Justin Hunter. Pittsburgh had two third down conversions on this drive. The next third down conversion was a 40-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown. Le'veon Bell ran it in for a rushing touchdown on the very next play with Pittsburgh executing a 9-play drive that lasts 5 minutes and 1 second. Pittsburgh led 10-6 and had the ball for 8 minutes and 48 seconds in the first half thanks to that 5 minute drive.

Detroit got stopped on third down again. Detroit is now 0/5 on third down conversions thanks to Pittsburgh's stingy defense. Detroit kicked a field goal. Pittsburgh still led 10-9.

Anthony Zettel, Detroit's 4-3 left end forced a fumble that Glover Quinn recovered. Detroit got the ball back and was unable to get a third down conversion. Matt Prater kicked another field goal to give Detroit a 12-10 lead at halftime with Detroit going 0/6 on third down conversions in the first half.

Detroit got the ball to start the second half. They went three and out again meaning the Lions began this game 0/7 on third down conversions.

Ben Roethlisberger threw an 18-yard completion to JuJu Smith-Schuster that put Pittsburgh at the Detroit 24-yard line after Pittsburgh was at the 42-yard line prior to that play. Quandre Diggs got called for an unnecessary roughness penalty. The bigger penalty on this drive involved offensive pass interference by Antonio Brown which nullified a touchdown for Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh had to settle for a field goal and took a 13-12 lead.

Detroit began from their own 17-yard line. Matthew Stafford completed an 18-yard pass to wide receiver Marvin Jones. Sean Davis was called with unnecessary roughness for Pittsburgh. Detroit went from their own 17-yard line to the the 35-yard line to midfield thanks to Sean Davis. Stafford's 11 yard scramble on third and ten was Detroit's only third down conversion in the third quarter. Detroit kept driving downfield until they decided to go for it on fourth and one at the Pittsburgh one yard line only to watch Matthew Stafford get sacked and right tackle Ricky Wagner get injured. Tyson Alualu sacked Stafford to make a huge fourth down stop.

Ben Roethlisberger threw a 97-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster. The Pittsburgh Steelers took a 20-12 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Pittsburgh led 20-12 after three quarters. Detroit had the ball for 9 minutes and 28 seconds in the third quarter and still did not score at all in the third quarter.

Detroit got stopped on third down by Pittsburgh once again. Matt Prater got Detroit a field goal with Detroit now 1/9 on third down conversions. Pittsburgh led 20-15 at this point.

Detroit had one more chance after Pittsburgh struggled on their next drive. Matthew Stafford got a third down conversion by passing the ball to tight end Eric Ebron. Detroit drove the ball all the way to the Pittsburgh 8-yard line where Detroit could not convert on fourth and seven.

Darius Slay slayed the Lions chances of winning with a pass interference penalty on third down. Slay waved the white flag that gave Pittsburgh the victory 20-15. No Lions fans you don't get to point to the officials and say they handed them the win. This is Steelers VS Lions not Super Bowl 40 which was also in Ford Field. I'll give Detroit credit for renovating Ford Field. They get no credit for how they performed going 2/10 on third down conversions versus the Pittsburgh Steelers.

My player of the game in this contest was USC Trojans rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster. JuJu Smith-Schuster had 7 receptions, 193 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. He stepped up on a night where Antonio Brown was limited to 5 receptions for 70 receiving yards.

Denver Broncos 3-4-0
Kansas City Chiefs 6-2-0

Game Recap: KANSAS CITY-Shane Ray came back for Denver. Kansas City was eager to end their two game losing streak after being the last NFL team to lose a game in 2017. Mitch Morse came back after missing the last five games at center.

Kansas City stopped Denver on their first defensive series. Travis Kelce had a huge third down conversion for Kansas City. Denver stopped Kansas City on their second third down conversion attempt. Kansas City punted back to Denver.

Jamaal Charles fumbled the ball versus his former team. Marcus Peters returned the fumble for a 45-yard touchdown. Kansas City took a 7-0 lead.

Alex Smith threw a touchdown pass to Travis Kelce that made it 14-0 Kansas City. Marcus Peters madeanother big play on defense intercepting Trevor Siemian.

Kansas City drove downfield. They called a trick play versus Denver on a wide receiver pass which resulted in an interception by Darian Stewart.

Kansas City led 14-0 after one quarter. Both teams traded field goals in the second quarter. Kansas City led 17-3 at halftime.

Kansas City got a field goal in the third quarter. That gave them a 20-3 lead over the Denver Broncos.

Devontae Booker broke free on a huge run. That run got Denver to the Kansas City 18-yard line. Bennie Fowler dropped an easy touchdown pass. Denver had to settle for a field goal. Kansas City led 20-6 following the field goal by Brandon McManus.

Matt Paradis opened up a lane for Booker. That made it a 20-13 game. Kansas City still led by a touchdown following that ten play drive. Alex Smith threw another third down conversion to Travis Kelce. Kansas City took their 20-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Alex Smith began the fourth quarter with another huge throw to Travis Kelce. Kansas City got a field goal. Kansas City led by 10 ahead 23-13 in the fourth quarter. Kansas City got another field goal to make it a 26-13 game. Kansas City caught another interception. They got a field goal to make it 29-13.

Denver got a meaningless garbage time touchdown thanks to A.J. Derby. They missed the two point conversion. Kansas City won this game 29-19 to improve to 6-2 on the year.

Marcus Peters got my player of the game for Kansas City. Peters had such a huge presence for Kansas City and played such a paramount role in the Chiefs win tonight with his fumble recovery for a touchdown and an interception. Travis Kelce also had 7 receptions, 133 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown.

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