Week 8 in 2018 The NFL season will feature a Thursday night football match on Thursday, October 25, 2018, when…
Week 8 in 2018 The NFL season will feature a Thursday night football match on Thursday, October 25, 2018, when the Miami Dolphins launch Houston Texans at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Kickoff is slated for 8:20 AM EST on NFL Network and FOX.
The Dolphins are led by head coach Adam Gase, quarterback Brock Osweiler, and drive back Frank Gore. Miami comes from a week 7 loss against Detroit Lions and enters the game with a 4-3 record.
The Texans are headed by Bill O & # 39; Brien, coach, quarterback Deshaun Watson, broad recipient DeAndre Hopkins and passing rusher JJ Watt. The Texans enter a week 7 victory over the Jaguars and enter the game with a 4-3 post.
Here’s how our experts are seeing the game play.
Darryl Slater : Revenge game for Brock Osweiler, but it’s not like you can blame Texans to kill him because he stinks in Houston. Some redemption comes for Osweiler against J.J. Watt and Co.? No. Texans 24, Dolphins 1
Matthew Stypulkoski : The Texans have won four straight games and seem to have figured it out after its terrible start of the season. The Dolphins, meanwhile, start Brock Osweiler on the quarterback. Have fun with it Texans 28, dolphins 17.
Zack Rosenblatt : Brock Osweiler has played better than expected for the dolphins, but he is still Brock Osweiler and the Texans have won four straight game. In addition, the dolphins have damaged several recipients and the hot start of the season starts to feel like a fluke. Texans 24, dolphins 10.
Michael Kaye : Brock Osweiler revenge will probably not go on the dolphins. The Texans seem to have finally found their feet, and the dolphins seem to come back to earth. Texans 20, Dolphins 16.
Outstanding 8 Bold Predictions
Ryan Dunleavy : Both teams are hard to count. Can either hang the AFC playoff after midseason? Yes, the Texans can. Texans 20, Dolphins 15.
Joe Giglio : Brock Osweiler vs. Texans is enough to make me adjust here. Houston defense is in shape and the rally after the early season has galvanized this time. Texans 24, Dolphins 14.