NFL Week 8 picks: Jaguars vs. Packers

Jonathan Daniel

NFL analysts across the internet are picking the Green Bay Packers to win this weekend, as they play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 8.

Two teams headed in opposite directions meet on Sunday, when the Green Bay Packers play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 8.

On the surface, this game looks like it could be a blowout. Reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers will, as always, be leading Green Bay's potent offense, while the Jaguars will be without their main offensive threat, Maurice Jones-Drew.

Needless to say, analysts across the internet believe that the Packers will defeat the Jaguars on Sunday.

Each one of ESPN's NFL experts, sans three, who have yet to pick, have picked the Packers to win.

Likewise, Yahoo!'s trio of NFL fortune tellers believe the Packers will win in Week 8. Yahoo! users also have Green Bay coming out victorious.

Over at CBS Sports, each analyst, including the CBS Sports prediction machine, have the Packers defeating the Jaguars on Sunday as well.

One bright spot for Jaguars fans: CBS's Mike Freeman believes Jacksonville will at least cover the 12.5 point spread.

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