At 5-2, the San Francisco 49ers currently hold sole possession of first place in the NFC West, but that position will be on the line when they play the Arizona Cardinals on Monday.
San Francisco has a one game lead on both the Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks. The 49ers will travel to Arizona to face the Cardinals on Monday Night Football. The game will be San Francisco's second of three straight NFC West contests. They will play the St. Louis Rams following the bye week. Monday's game is scheduled to kickoff at 5:30 p.m. PT and will be broadcast on ESPN.
The Oakland Raiders will also face a division opponent on the road in Week 8 when they travel to face the Kansas City Chiefs. The Raiders are 2-4 on the season following their 26-23 win against Jacksonville last week. Both of their wins have come at home as they are 0-3 on the road this season. Oakland's game against the Chiefs will be broadcast on CBS with kickoff set for 1:05 p.m. PT.
The complete NFL Week 8 schedule can be found below:
Thursday, October 25
5:20 p.m. PT: Tampa Bay at Minnesota
Sunday, October 28
10 a.m. PT: Seattle at Detroit
10 a.m. PT: Carolina at Chicago
10 a.m. PT: San Diego at Cleveland
10 a.m. PT: New England at St. Louis
10 a.m. PT: Miami at New York Jets
10 a.m. PT: Atlanta at Philadelphia
10 a.m. PT: Washington at Pittsburgh
10 a.m. PT: Jacksonville at Green Bay
10 a.m. PT: Indianapolis at Tennessee
1:05 p.m. PT: Oakland at Kansas City
1:05 p.m. PT: New York Giants at Dallas
5:20 p.m. PT: New Orleans at Denver
Monday, October 29
5:30 p.m. PT: San Francisco at Arizona