There are a few obvious picks for 2022 NFL survivor pools in Week 8. Three teams are double-digit favorites and highly unlikely to lose straight up. If you've already used those teams in your pool, a handful of other choices stand out among the rest.

Here's a ranking of the top-10 survivor picks for Week 8.

1) Philadelphia Eagles (vs. Pittsburgh Steelers)

It might be some time before the Eagles lose their first game of the season. Coming off a bye, Philadelphia has two weeks to prepare for the league's second-worst scoring offense. The Eagles haven't been trailing in the second half of any game.

2) Dallas Cowboys (vs. Chicago Bears)

With Dak Prescott back in the lineup and a top-three scoring defense, Dallas should roll past Chicago at home. The Bears have the worst offense in the NFC and last won a game in Week 3.

3) Buffalo Bills (vs. Green Bay Packers)

This just isn't the year for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. The four-time MVP hasn't been able to lift an offense that is devoid of playmakers. Buffalo has outscored its opponents by 95 points in six games.

4) Minnesota Vikings (vs. Arizona Cardinals)

The Vikings have gone 5-1 by defeating all of the teams that they're supposed to beat. The Cardinals haven't upset opponents that they aren't supposed to defeat, going 0-4 against teams that are ahead of Arizona in the Week 8 standings.

5) Tennessee Titans (at Houston Texans)

Tennessee has a chance to start pulling away in the AFC South. The Titans were last beaten in Week 2. The Texans are the last one-win team in the conference.

6) Atlanta Falcons (vs. Carolina Panthers)

Carolina's upset win over Tampa Bay says much more about the Buccaneers than it does about the Panthers. Carolina still has arguably the league's worst quarterback situation, and it just traded its best offensive player.

7) Miami Dolphins (at Detroit Lions)

For all of the preseason hype that Detroit would be improved, the Lions' 1-5 record is the worst in football. Miami is 4-0 when Tua Tagovailoa starts and finishes the game at quarterback.

8) Cincinnati Bengals (at Cleveland Browns)

Cleveland's playoff hopes are quickly fading with a four-game losing streak. Cincinnati has won four of five games, scoring at least 27 points in each victory.

9) Indianapolis Colts (vs. Washington Commanders)

The Colts should win this game since they are the slightly better team playing at home. Washington's only road win was a 12-7 victory in Chicago. Indianapolis is 2-1 at home.

10) Jacksonville Jaguars (vs. Denver Broncos)

The Broncos continue to be the most disappointing team in the league. Denver scores fewer points than anyone. Jacksonville is on a four-game losing streak. Picking the Jaguars in a survivor pool should be a last resort.

Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys
Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys throws a touchdown pass to Blake Jarwin #89 during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles in the game at AT&T Stadium on October 20, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. Tom Pennington/Getty Images