Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets picks, predictions: Who wins NFL Week 8 game?
The Cincinnati Bengals and New York Jets play on Sunday in a Week 8 NFL game.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 8 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST time on CBS.
The Bengals are a 9.5-point favorite in the game.
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Pro Football Network: Bengals 28 Jets 17
Ben Rolfe writes: "The Bengals have had a superb start to the 2021 season. Their victory over the Ravens in Baltimore announced them as genuine AFC contenders. Meanwhile, the Jets limp into this game potentially without Zach Wilson under center. Realistically, the only difference Wilson likely makes here is whether the Jets cover the 10-point spread or not. One note of caution — beware of a slow start from the Bengals after their marquee win in Week 7. It should not change the result, but it could make for an uncomfortable experience if you bet on them."
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Sportsnaut: Bengals 38, Jets 10
Andrew Buller-Russ writes: "The Bengals are sure to get the better end of this one, with how suffocating their defense has been and how badly Wilson has played thus far. Not to mention the Jets, nor anyone else can stop Ja’Marr Chase. This one could get ugly for Jets backers."
Draft Kings: Bengals will cover vs. Jets in Week 8
Teddy Ricketson writes: "The Bengals should roll here. First, it is the Jets. Second, the Bengals have been playing their best football in a while and the Joe Burrow to Ja’Marr Chase connection has been real. I don’t think the Jets will be able to slow down the Bengals' offense and I think the Bengals easily cover."
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CBS Sports: Bengals 24, Jets 17
John Breech writes: "The Jets offense is going to be built around a rookie quarterback (Zach Wilson) and a rookie running back (Michael Carter) this year and if you can't stop an offense that's led by two rookies, then you might as well just give up on the season. I don't think the Bengals will be giving up on the season here."
Bengals Wire: Bengals will beat Jets in Week 8
Chris Roling writes: "Another team that punched the reset button under center, the Jets and rookie passer Zach Wilson project to be a rather easy road affair for the Bengals as they go eight weeks in a row without a break. This has big Joe Mixon game written all over it as the Bengals steal one in the Big Apple."
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Sportsnaut: Bengals 38, Jets 13
It writes: "Joe Burrow has Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins, and Tyler Boyd to throw to. The Jets don't have the personnel on the back end to match up. ... Bengals likely win this one in a blowout."
FiveThirtyEight.com: Bengals have a 76% win probability
The site gives the Jets a 24% win probability in the NFL Week 8 game.
ESPN: Bengals have a 74% chance to win
The site's Football Power Index gives the Jets a 25.8% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 8 NFL game.
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