NFL Week 10 It will be important with matches that will have supplement effects and lots of storylines.
The Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers need wins to keep up their playoff chase or to separate themselves from the competition.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, who have a rendezvous with the Kansas City Chiefs, appear to beat expectations by 21 points, but they only have three wins to show that. The Chiefs were rolling but couldn’t get caught up in a match against a tough competitor from South Asia.
The Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings will go through tough tests against each other. But things can change based on Josh Allen’s playing state. The Dallas Cowboys return from farewell to face the Green Bay Packers in what will be Mike McCarthy’s first game against his former team.
Sunday wraps with San Francisco 49ers Hosting Los Angeles Chargers.
Buccaneers (4-5) vs. Seahawks (6-3) – 9:30 a.m. ET, NFL Network
Buccaneers and Seahawks will have history Match in Munich, Germany. This will be the first match of the regular season in the country at the Allianz Arena, the home of Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.
Tom Brady We’ll somehow look at the frustration of the hot Seahawks squad led by Gino Smith. Brady enters the international 3-0 away but has plenty of work to get past Seattle. The Bucs got a bit of a split cushion, courtesy of the Atlanta Falcons’ loss to the Carolina Panthers Thursday night.
The Seahawks enter the game with one of the most important crimes in the NFL. The team is fourth in points earned and 11 in yards. Smith leads the NFL with seven games of two or more touchdown passes and will look for his fourth game in a row with at least two touchdown passes and a pass rating of 100 or more.
Bills (6-2) vs. Vikings (7-1) – 1pm ET, Fox
The Minnesota Vikings are back to win Washington leaders In Week 9, while the Buffalo bills fell on the New York Jets, Josh Allen was injured. Allen hasn’t trained for three days this week, which may be a sign he won’t start against a tough Vikings. In this case, Case Keenum will start.
The game features two of football’s best wide receivers in Justin Jefferson and Stefon Diggs of buffalo bills. Since 2020, when Jefferson entered the league, Jefferson has ranked first in receiving yards with 3,883 and fifth in receiving yards with 255 while Diggs ranked second in receiving yards with 290 and fourth in receiving yards with 3,617.
Both teams are among the top contenders in their conferences and winning helps either team cement that prestige.
Chiefs (6-2) vs Jaguars (3-6) – 1pm ET, CBS
The Chiefs are looking to build momentum after a big prime-time win against the Tennessee Titans last week. Patrick Mahomes It changed the game toward Kansas City with a run, and the team did just enough to force overtime and achieve victory. After laying down 400 yards in the last game, Mahomes is looking to join Dak Prescott and Ryan Fitzpatrick as the only quarterbacks with three straight games of 400 yards.
But even with the firepower of Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Chris Jones on the defensive line, the team faces some trap game against the Jaguars, who are looking for a signature win in 2022.
Jacksonville is 3-6 but he might be the best 3-6 team in the NFL. The team has a difference of 21 plus points which is 18 in points scored and eighth in yards. The team is 11 in points allowed and 16 in yards allowed. From Week 4 to Week 8, Jacksonville lost four games with less than 10 points. The team also lost just six points to the Washington captains in the first week.
It wouldn’t be a surprise if this game was closer than most fans would expect.
Packers (3-6) vs. Cowboys (6-2) – 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox
Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy choked this week when asked about playing the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field for the first time since taking the job.
“She’s here,” McCarthy said via Yahoo Sports. “Just like anything else, you have to be prepared to go win.” “I obviously have great memories of Green Bay, and I spent a lot of time there. But after four years working there… I really want to win the match. Is that enough?”
The Cowboys have a great defense and will give McCarthy an edge over Matt LaFleur and Aaron Rodgers Sunday given that the Packers attack has failed to do much of anything this season. Micah Parsons, Travon Diggs, and DeMarcus Lawrence are looking forward to a field day.
Rodgers said he hopes McCarthy will receive more cheers than derision upon his return.
“I think it’s really positive,” Rodgers said via The Athletic. “I hope the fans show so much gratitude and appreciation for his 13 seasons, the championship and so many great memories over the years. He’s been called Street. This is very special. But I hope the fans give him the reception he deserves.”
Rodgers has been trying to spin the Packers in a positive direction for the past week. But with his wide young receivers resenting the way the season has gone, it could be the start of a very tough next two weeks for the midfielder.
49ers (4-4) vs. Chargers (5-3) – 8:20 p.m. ET. NBC
The Battle of the West Coast will end the slate of games on Sunday.
The 49ers come bye bye, and it might just be useful in their race to keep up with the Seahawks. Christian McCaffrey’s knowledge of the offense will only increase, which will only have a negative effect on the opposing defenses. In the eighth week, McCaffrey became the fourth player since 1970 with a passing touchdown, a quick touchdown and a receiving touchdown.
chargers They will only have to do 20 points better than they did in last week’s win over the Atlanta Falcons. Justin Herbert will need to play by his standards against one of the strongest teams in the NFL.
This should be a good dessert for an NFL fan.
Here’s the rest of Sunday
1pm ET: Bears (3-6) vs Lions (2-6)
1 p.m. ET: Dolphins (6-3) vs. Brown (3-5)
1 p.m. ET: Giants (6-2) vs. Texas (1-6-1)
1pm ET: Steelers (2-6) vs Saints (3-6)
4:05 p.m. ET: Raiders (2-6) vs. Colts (3-5-1)
4:25 p.m. ET: Rams (3-5) vs. Cardinals (3-6)
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