2016 NFL Week 8 Review: Three OT Games This Week

2016 NFL Week 8 Review
It’s a tie in London.

In creating our 2016 NFL Week 8 Review, we first note that there were three overtime games this week, including the early morning contest from London between the Redskins and the Bengals, the NFL provided fans with a lot of entertainment. Washington and Cincinnati ended in a tie, which was the second tie in the NFL in two weeks. On Sunday night, the Cowboys went into OT against the Eagles. Dallas managed to win. The other OT game featured Oakland and Tampa Bay. The Raiders won that game. Here’s our 2016 NFL Week 8 Review.

AFC Takeaways from Week 8

Jets beat Browns.

In the AFC this week, the Patriots continued their winning streak, now at four games, while the Browns lost their eight straight and the Ravens their fourth. The Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens, and Pittsburgh Steelers all had their bye week. Here’s what happened with the teams that did play.

NFC Takeaways from Week 8

Chicago wins!

At six games, the Dallas Cowboys have the longest winning streak in the NFC, while the San Francisco 49ers are in possession of the longest losing streak, which is also six games. However, the Niners kept their record alive by observing their bye week. Two other teams enjoyed a bye, the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams.

Last Word: 2016 NFL Week 8 Review

This week in the AFC New England, Cincinnati, and Houston are off. In the NFC, Chicago, Arizona, and Washington get the bye. Dallas plays Cleveland, which should result in another win. Big games in the NFC include Detroit at Minnesota and Philadelphia at New York. In the AFC, the matchup between Denver and Oakland can have major consequences as can the game between Pittsburgh and Baltimore. That’s it for our 2016 NFL Week 8 Review.

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