Week 8 of the NFL season got off to a great start with a thrilling Bucs-Ravens game on Thursday night, and Sunday's slate of 13 games over 12 hours promises even more excitement. If you live on the West Coast, hope you're ready to get up early.
With the final game of the NFL International Series, American football is returning to Wembley Stadium for the first time since 2019. Back stateside, there will be three divisional matchups, and 10 of the games have spreads of four or fewer points, so there shouldn't be a dull moment.
So if you're wondering "What NFL games are on today?" know this: There are 13 scheduled for today, Sunday, Oct. 30.
Note: Games are ordered by start time. All times are ET. Live stream NFL games on fuboTV (Start your free trial).
NFL Games on TV Today
Denver vs. Jacksonville (London), 9:30 a.m. on ESPN+
The Jaguars are returning for their annual London game, continuing the tradition of sending England some of our worst teams. Given the quarterbacks, though, there's the potential for this game to get interesting.
Carolina at Atlanta, 1 p.m. on FOX/live stream on fuboTV
Someone has to win the NFC South, and it may very well be one of these rebuilding teams. The Falcons have a half-game lead on the division thanks to the Buccaneers' loss on Thursday, but a Panthers win would pull them into a tie for first place.
Chicago at Dallas, 1 p.m. on FOX/live stream on fuboTV
The league's best pass rush will face off against perhaps the league's worst offensive line, so this one could get messy. But Justin Fields is talented enough to make any game competitive, as illustrated by a surprisingly dominant win over the Patriots this past Monday.
Miami at Detroit, 1 p.m. on CBS/live stream on fuboTV
Dan Campbell's hot seat is rapidly warming up after scoring just six total points the last two weeks, but this has the making of a high-scoring game with D'Andre Swift and Amon-Ra St. Brown back in the lineup. This could also be an opportunity for Miami to bounce back after scoring no more than 17 points in each of its last four games.
Arizona at Minnesota, 1 p.m. on FOX/live stream on fuboTV
The Vikings are coming off their bye and have a chance to open a potentially insurmountable four-game lead in the loss column in the NFC North with a win today. However, Vegas doesn't totally respect them yet, since they're only 3.5-point favorites over the up-and-down Cardinals.
These teams entered the season with playoff hopes but each only has two wins to date. However, in such a chaotic season, their postseason hopes remain alive if they can come out on top today. If the Raiders lose and Josh Jacobs continues to play well, he could become one of the top trade chips on the market.
Following 12 straight losses in this "rivalry," this is the Jets' best chance at a win in years. Despite a four-game winning streak, though, they're still underdogs. A win would be extra sweet, as it would make Bill Belichick wait another week to pass George Halas for sole possession of second on the all-time wins list.
The Battle of Pennsylvania returns as the Eagles hope to keep their undefeated season alive. The home team has won the last five games in this series, and that seems likely to continue since Philly is a double-digit favorite.
Derrick Henry is looking like his dominant self again lately, and the Texans rank last in the NFL in run defense. That is an absolute recipe for disaster. Still, this has trap-game vibes, especially with Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill ruled out because of injury/illness.
Washington at Indianapolis, 4:25 p.m. on FOX/live stream on fuboTV
Carson Wentz's absence makes this game far less interesting, but Indy's quarterback situation will be fascinating with 2021 sixth-rounder Sam Ehlinger taking over for Matt Ryan. It's a radical move while the team is still in the playoff hunt, which makes this a fascinating game to keep an eye on.
The Niners' dominance over the Rams in the regular season is well-documented. But after consecutive blowout losses, they're looking lost offensively, and L.A. has to be happy about the timing of this game. This will have major tiebreaker implications in a muddled NFC West race.
This could sneakily be the most interesting game of the week. Seattle leads the NFC West, and the Giants are 6-1, but it's still not clear how real their playoff chances are. Consider this a proving ground for both teams.
Aaron Rodgers vs. Josh Allen is exciting on paper. However, Rodgers looks old and lacks weapons, so he will need a vintage performance for this game to be very competitive. Buffalo is looking nearly unstoppable and is the biggest favorite of the week.
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