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NFL Week 8 results: scores, standings, match summary and highlights

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Week 8 of the 2020 NFL season is over and its time to take a look back at the scores and highlights of the matches and standings of all teams as the ongoing season makes its way into the second half.

Falcons had their tit for tat with a 25-17 victory over Panthers. Matt Ryan clocked 281 passing yards with 21/30 with a touchdown pass, while Julio Jones had 137 receiving yards.

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Dalvin Cook had four touchdowns with 163 rushing yards as Vikings won it 28-22 against Packers. Kirk Cousins went 11/14 with 160 passing yards.

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Bengals shocked Titans 31-20 as Joe Burrow went 26/37 with 249 passing yards and double touchdown passes.

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Patrick Mahomes stole the show with 416 passing yards with five touchdown passes for Chiefs dominating Jets 35-9. Travis Kelce had 109 receiving yards while Tyreek Hill made double touchdowns.

A double touchdown from Nyheim Hines in addition with Philip Rivers going 23/33 with 262 passing yards to help Colts gain a 41-21 win over Lions.

Steelers registered their 7th straight win with a superb 28-24 against Ravens. Ben Roethlisberger went 21/32 and 182 passing yards with two touchdown passes with one for Chase Claypool.

Dolphins went 28-17 against Rams as Tua Tagovailoa went 12/22 and 93 passing yards to ear his maiden career victory, while Jakeem Grant dropped jaws with an 88-yard sprint to touchdown.

Julian Edelman-less Patriots were held down 24-21 by Bills as Zack Moss secured two touchdowns with 81 rushing yards. Josh Allen went 11/18 with 154 passing yards and a touchdown pass.

A 24-yard field goal from Daniel Carlson added with Derek Carr going 15/24 with 112 passing yards and a touchdown pass for Hunter Renfrow set Raiders for a 16-6 victory over Browns.

Broncos edged out Chargers 31-30 with Drew Lock going 26/41 and 248 passing yards and triple touchdown passes. DaeSean Hamilton landed his first touchdown of the season.

Wil Lutz struck the winning field-goal for Saints as they defeated Bears 23-26 at the end of OT. Drew Brees clocked 280 passing yards with two touchdown passes.

Seahawks staggered 49ers 37-27 courtesy of four touchdown passes from Russell Wilson who also covered 261 passing yards. DK Metcalf registered two touchdowns.

Eagles held their NFC East lead with a 23-9 overpowering of Cowboys. Carson Wentz went 15/27 with 123 passing yards and two touchdown passes.

Buccaneers climbed to the top of NFC South with a 25-23 victory against Giants on Monday. Tom Brady went 28/40 with 279 passing yards and 2 touchdown passes including one for Rob Gronkowski.

NFL Week 8 results and brief scorecard:

Friday, 30th October

Falcons 25 – 17 Panthers

Sunday, 1st November

Vikings 28 – 22 Packer

Bengals 31 – 20 Titans

Chiefs 35 – 9 Jets

Colts 41 – 21 Lions

Steelers 28 – 24 Ravens

Dolphins 28 – 17 Rams

Bills 24 – 21 Patriots

Raiders 16 – 6 Browns

Broncos 31- 30 Chargers

Saints 26 – 23 Bears

Seahawks 37 – 37 49ers

Eagles 23 – 9 Cowboys

Monday, 2nd November

Buccaneers 25 – 23 Giants

NFL Week 8 Standings:

AFC EAST

1. Bills (6-2)

2. Dolphins (4-3)

3. Patriots (2-5)

4. Jets (0-8)

AFC NORTH

1. Steelers (7-0)

2. Ravens (5-2)

3. Browns (5-3)

4. Bengals (2-5)

AFC SOUTH

1. Titans (5-2)

2. Colts (5-2)

3. Texans (1-6)

4. Jaguars (1-6)

AFC WEST

1. Chiefs (7-1)

2. Raiders (4-3)

3. Broncos (3-4)

4. Chargers (2-5)

NFC EAST

1). Eagles (3-4-1)

2). Washington (2-5)

3). Cowboys (2-6)

4). Giants (1-7)

NFC NORTH

1). Packers (5-2)

2). Bears (5-3)

3). Lions (3-4)

4). Vikings (2-5)

NFC SOUTH

1). Buccaneers (6-2)

2). Saints (5-2)

3). Panthers (3-5)

4). Falcons (2-6)

NFC WEST

1). Seahawks (6-1)

2). Cardinals (5-2)

3). Rams (5-3)

4). 49ers (4-4)

Week 9 of the ongoing NFL season kicks off on Thursday, 5th November.

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Saikat Banerjee
Saikat Banerjee
A wordsmith who indulges in the world of combat sports, Saikat is an MMA, boxing, and arm wrestling content writer at The MMA India Show and The Sports Room. Apart from combat sports, he also engages in Indian sports content at The Sports India Show. Currently pursuing an MBA from Jadavpur University, Saikat's other interests lie in motorcycling, working out, and travelling.

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