NFL Week 8 Fashion Records – Teams Get In The Halloween Spirit

While NFL Week 8 is a fun holiday for the most part, some teams are going to have a spookier Halloween than usual.

Will Jameis Winston get revenge on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team that drafted him first in 2015? Will Dak Prescott start Sunday night’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings? Can the Miami Dolphins stop their six-game losing streak against the leading AFC East Buffalo Bills?

Many questions remain unanswered, but one thing is certain: the walk-in looks are to be admired. From individual costumes to matching team fashions, Halloween 2021 brings out some of the best. Hey, maybe some of us struggling to be creative can take some inspiration from today’s costumes for next year.

From Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett dressed as “Sack Reaper” to Chicago Bears rookie Khalil Herbert getting ready for takeoff, let’s check out our favorite costumes from Week 8.

‘Sack Reaper’

Myles Garrett is really in the spirit this year (check out his yard full of gravestones), and his “Sack Reaper” costume comes as no surprise. Garrett leads the NFL with 9.5 sacks so far this season.

Look at the back of this cape!

Josh mickelson

Is Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen now “the hottest man on the planet?” Well, yes, according to golfer Phil Mickelson, who tweeted his compliment to Allen, who is disguised as Lefty.

Allen wasn’t the only BIlls quarterback ready for a 1 p.m. football game and a 5 p.m. tee time.

The proud family

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Shaquill Griffin is set to be an antagonist as his team aim for their second win of the season. The Wizard Kelly costume is iconic.

Squid game

How many yards is Mark Davis about to run today? The Atlanta Falcons running back is dressed as a goalie from the hit Netflix show “Squid Game” – and if you know anything about the show, Davis is now the player to watch today as the Falcons face off against the Carolina Panthers.

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram has also entered the minds of the Squid Game.


Famous hip-hop dance group Jabbawockeez will certainly be impressed with the Cleveland Browns’ offensive line. They look set to dance on the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


It’s a classic costume that never loses its spooky touch.

New York Jets defensive end Shaq Johnson is definitely scary on Halloween as Chucky.

Ready for take off

Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert looks set for takeoff against the San Francisco 49ers.

Other Bears players are also bringing their Halloween A-game.

Scary shoes

He can be a nightmare for a quarterback, so TJ Watt’s cleats come as no surprise.

New England Patriots safety Adrian Phillips rocked scary spikes as well. Phillips is definitely ready to play a game against the Los Angeles Chargers.

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