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Cats in the NFL: Week Eight Preview

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Los Angeles Chargers @ Chicago Bears (Danny Trevathan)

After an embarrassing showing last week, the Bears called a players-only meeting ahead of a must-win game at home. Former Cat Danny Trevathan is having a solid year with 55 tackles thus far.

The game is slated to start at 1 p.m. on FOX.

New York Jets @ Jacksonville Jaguars (Josh Allen)

Josh Allen is living up to the hype, as he has recorded 20 tackles, five sacks and a forced fumble in seven games. Sitting at 3-4 the Jags need a win to get themselves into the playoff discussion.

Catch the Jets vs. Jags at 1 p.m. on CBS.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Tenneeseee Titans (Mike Edwards, Wesley Woodyard)

The Jameis Winston-Marcus Mariota (Ryan Tannehill) Bowl. The Bucs are coming off a bye following an embarrassing performance in London, and need a win. The game starts at 1:00 p.m.

Arizona Cardinals (Corey Peters) @ New Orleans Saints (Larry Warford)

The Saints have won five in a row, and now Drew Brees is back on the field. Larry Warford and Corey Peters will battle it out in the trenches all game long starting at 1:00.

Oakland Raiders @ Houston Texans (Lonnie Johnson Jr.)

Lonnie Johnson Jr. may have a tough task in front of him, as Jon Gruden’s dink-and-dime offense is frustrating for defensive players. The rookie is having a nice season thus far with 25 tackles and four passes defended. He’ll hit the field at 4:25 p.m.

Green Bay Packers @ Kansas City Chiefs (Za’Darius Smith)

Big Z is hoping to continue a great start, as the Packers travel to Arrowhead for Sunday Night Football. The five-year vet has recorded 21 tackles, and seven sacks this season. You can watch Packers v. Chiefs at 8:20 p.m. on NBC.

Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers (Bud Dupree, Benny Snell Jr.) – Monday Night Football

The Steelers are hoping to string together a few wins, as they get Mason Rudolph back from a concussion. Bud Dupree has started off hot in his contract year, totaling 24 tackles and three sacks. I also expect Benny Snell to have a big night as he is starting to get more comfortable in a complimentary role to James Connor. The Monday Night Football feature starts at 8:25 p.m. on ESPN.


Article written by Eli Mitchell

University of Kentucky Class of 2020

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