Let’s review week 8 of the championship. Week 8 of the NFL got underway this Thursday with the duel Baltimore Ravens vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where Tom Brady’s team suffered the third loss in a row. They suffered a painful loss again when they fell 27-22 to the Ravens, where Lamar Jackson threw for 238 yards and two touchdown passes that sank the Tampa Bay team.
Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars played their third game of the season in London. In 2007, the NFL opened the “International Series” to bring the culture of American football and the business of the league to different points, strategic of course, throughout the world. Since then, England was the country that benefited the most, with a total of 33 games that have been played in the city of London. The most recent was this Sunday with the victory of the Denver Broncos over the Jacksonville Jaguars by 21-17, in a stadium that exploded with fans and set a new attendance record in the British country for an event of this nature with 86,215 spectators.
Other duels that have stood out this week are: New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams, and Green Bay Packers vs. Buffalo Bills.
Week 8 of the NFL closed with Monday Night Football, where the Cincinnati Bengals visited the Cleveland Browns.
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