NFL schedule Week 8: TV coverage, channels, scores for every football game today

Heading into Week 8, only one team remained undefeated — the Cardinals, who took on the Packers on Thursday night. 

Four teams in the NFC came into this week with only one loss: Packers, Buccaneers, Cowboys and Rams. Other than the Packers, the other three teams play in the three different time slots on Sunday to try to continue their winning streaks.

Six AFC teams have two losses: Bills, Bengals, Ravens, Titans, Raiders and Chargers. The Raiders and Ravens both have bye weeks this week, but the other four teams all play on Sunday afternoon. The Chargers are the only team coming off a loss out of the teams who only have two losses.

The Sunday night game showcases two NFC teams coming off their bye weeks, the Cowboys and the Vikings. The Cowboys (5-1) are coming off a five-game win streak, while the Vikings only have a 3-3 record. 

The end of Week 8 highlights a chance for the Chiefs to redeem themselves after four losses this season, including last week against the Titans, as they face the Giants (2-5). Both of these teams are in last place in their divisions currently. A win could possibly move them up to third place depending how their other AFC West and NFC East teams do.

Sporting News has you covered for everything you need to watch Week 8 of the season.

NFL schedule this week: Week 8 TV coverage

Here’s the full schedule for Week 8 of the NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live. 

Note: national broadcasts are listed in bold

Thursday, Oct. 28

Sunday, Oct. 31

Monday, Nov. 1

How to watch NFL games in Week 8

The NFL will have three prime time games with matchups slated for Thursday, Sunday and Monday. The Packers and Cardinals have already played on Thursday, and the next primetime game coming up will be the Cowboys taking on the Vikings on NBC. Monday will see the Giants take on the Chiefs, which will be carried by ESPN.

The “Monday Night Football” matchup will also showcase Peyton and Eli Manning calling the game on ESPN2.

The rest of the slate will be aired either on CBS or FOX. Check your local listings to see which games will be on your broadcast.

Canadian viewers can find the games on TSN, CTV and CTV2.

NFL scores Week 8

Thursday, Oct. 28

Sunday, Oct. 31

Monday, Nov. 1

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