Week 8 NFL betting cheat sheet

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It's Week 8 of the NFL season. Chalk's Vegas experts have you covered with comprehensive betting previews for all of Sunday's action, included together in one handy file.

Dave Tuley

Last week: 1-5 against the spread with best bets (marked with *); 2-1 with over/under best bets; 4-2 ATS on picks on all other games; 1-1 on O/U leans.

Season to date: 25-18-1 (58.1 percent) on ATS best bets, including loss on Jacksonville +3 on Thursday night; 12-12 with O/U best bets; 30-30-1 on ATS leans; 6-5 on over/under leans.

Mike Clay

Last week: 5-7 on ATS best bets; 9-3 with O/U best bets.

Season: 40-27-2 (59.7 percent) on ATS best bets; 34-28 (56.5 percent) on O/U best bets.

Erin Rynning

Last week: 1-1 on ATS best bets; 2-1 on O/U best bets.

Season: 7-9 (43.8 percent) on ATS best bets; 12-9 (57.1 percent) on O/U best bets, including loss on Jacksonville-Tennessee under on Thursday night; 4-2 ATS on leans.

Rufus Peabody

Last week: 3-2 on ATS best bets; 0-2 on O/U best bets; 0-0 on ATS leans.

Season: 9-9 (50 percent) on ATS best bets; 3-7 (30 percent) on O/U best bets; 5-4-2 on ATS leans, including Tennessee -3 on Thursday night; 0-2 on O/U leans.

Note: All odds courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook as of Friday morning.

Matchup: Washington Redskins vs. Cincinnati Bengals (in London)

Spread: Opened Cincinnati -3; now Cincinnati -3
Total: Opened 46.5; now 48
PickCenter public consensus pick: 71 percent Cincinnati

Public perception: The public is decidedly on the Bengals, which is a little surprising, as they're not the biggest public team. Maybe there are a bunch of people thinking Cincinnati is at home (and thus should be laying more points). Part of it could be people who had the Redskins last week are fading them after seeing how poorly they played at Detroit.

Wiseguys' view: Sharps are split on this game, as the line has hardly budged. It's not easy to handicap which team will fare better after the trip overseas.