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NFL match Specials are great value for Coral customers in Week 8

Paul Chambers | October 31, 2015

The NFL season enters its eighth week, and Coral continue to grant great offers to their customers. Coral have the following match specials at enhanced prices:

Travis Kelce scores touchdown and Kansas City Chiefs win

Kelce – who leads Kansas City in receiving touchdowns in 2015 – is a key target for Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the red zone. The 6ft 5in tight end is a nightmare for any NFL defense to cover, and he should have plenty of opportunities to score at Wembley this Sunday.

Opponents Detroit – who have conceded 12 receiving touchdowns to date this season – are having a season to forget, with six losses in seven games. The Lions have one of the worst offenses in the league, and the offensive line has particularly struggled to protect quarterback Matt Stafford.

That could spell trouble for Detroit as they face off against a Chiefs defensive line that has great pass rushers, capable of making Stafford’s time in London a trip to forget. Kelce is a nifty 9/4 for a touchdown in a Kansas City victory.

Amari Cooper scores touchdown and Oakland Raiders win

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Young gun Cooper, who is the first rookie since 1961 to record three 100-yard games in his first six NFL starts, is already a star at the wide receiver position, and defences are struggling to contain the dangerous threat that he carries.

New York are narrow favourites for this contest, however there is plenty of upset potential here. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is having a much better season (101.0 passer rating in 2015) than Jets’ counterpart Ryan Fitzpatrick (86.1 passer rating).

The excellent rapport between Carr and Cooper could be a decisive factor in this contest at O.Co Coliseum, making Coral’s odds of 7/2 look tantalising.

Jonathan Stewart scores touchdown and Carolina Panthers win

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Carolina are heavily favoured to win this contest, as they are one of just five NFL teams who have yet to lose a game this season. Opponents Indianapolis meanwhile have a lost more games than they have won, and are yet to beat any team from outside their own division this season.

The Panthers have the top-ranked rushing attack in the league (144.7 yards per game), and that could spell trouble for the Colts whose rushing defense ranks in the bottom ten.

In addition the eight rushing touchdowns conceded by Indianapolis this season is the third-worst total in the league. Panthers star running back Jonathan Stewart at 7/5 is well-placed to add to that total when these two teams face off at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday.

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