Week 8 of the NFL season kick-off, and it includes yet another international trip.

This week’s games are opened by the Ravens and Buccaneers, who play each other on Thursday in Florida. Baltimore is 4-3 and coming off a Week 7 bye, while everything in Tampa Bay has gone wrong. Last week’s loss to the Panthers, who were in last place, brought the Bucs’ record down to 3-4.

The Broncos and Jaguars depart for Europe to compete at Wembley Stadium in the early hours of Sunday morning in London. The NFL season’s third and final game will be played in England; Munich and Mexico City will still host foreign contests.

Moreover, the Bills and Packers play each other in upstate New York to cap out the Sunday games. Also, Green Bay’s record has dropped to 3-4 after three straight losses. Then, the 5-1 Bills, who have just returned from a bye week and have the best record in the AFC, will be on the other side.

Further, on “Monday Night Football,” the Bengals and Browns square off in a duel between the two Ohio franchises. Cincinnati has won four of its previous five games, including most recently thrashing the Falcons. The Browns, meanwhile, have dropped four straight contests, most recently losing to the Ravens in a close 23-20 contest.

Schedule of NFL This Week 8 TV Coverage

Here is the whole Week 8 NFL schedule, along with game results and information on how to watch each game live:-


Time (ET)

TV Channel

Denver Broncos 21, Jacksonville Jaguars 17 09:30 a.m. ESPN+
New England Patriots 22, New York Jets 17 1 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Dallas Cowboys 49, Chicago Bears 29  1 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Atlanta Falcons 37, Carolina Panthers 34 (OT) 1 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Miami Dolphins 31, Detroit Lions 27 1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
Minnesota Vikings 34, Arizona Cardinals 26 1 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Philadelphia Eagles 35, Pittsburgh Steelers 13  1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
New Orleans Saints 24, Las Vegas Raiders 0 1 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans 04:05 p.m. CBS, fuboTV
San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams  04:25 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Washington Commanders vs. Indianapolis Colts 04:25 p.m. FOX fuboTV
New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks 04:25 p.m. FOX fuboTV
Green Bay Packers vs. Buffalo Bills 08:20 p.m. NBC, fuboTV

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How to Watch NFL Games in Week 8

With the Broncos and Jaguars playing at Wembley Stadium, the NFL is back in London. This game can only be seen on ESPN+. The “Sunday Night Football” matchup between the Packers and Bills can be seen on NBC. ESPN will be airing the Bengals vs. Browns “Monday Night Football” game. Peyton and Eli Manning will each appear in their own “MNF ” Manning Cast, which will air on ESPN2 and ESPN.

There are plenty of intriguing matchups on the slates on Sunday at 1 p.m. and 4:05/4:25 p.m. ET. To find out which games will be on your broadcast, check your local listings.