The NFL Show – Week 10
The second half of the season alert is officially activated! Now is where every single game, every single down, and point count more than ever as the playoff scenarios for both conferences start to truly shape up. To kick off NFL Week 10 the rebuilding Atlanta Falcons will be paying a visit to the Carolina Panthers for a pretty entertaining NFC South matchup to get everyone in the mood for another great weekend of football.
Bringing the action from early morning, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will be playing the Seattle Seahawks in the league’s first game ever in Germany. After that, Josh Allen and the Super Bowl favorite Bills will have plenty to deal with as Justin Jefferson and the Minnesota Vikings pay a visit to Orchard Park. At the same time but down in Miami, Tua Tagovailoa will have their hands more than full trying to avoid getting run over by Myles Garrett and Cleveland’s defense when the Browns pay a visit to Miami to play the Dolphins.
In the afternoon slate of games, before what promises to be an action-packed Sunday Night Football game, the Indianapolis Colts will be taking a trip out to Las Vegas to play the Raiders. A few minutes after kickoff in Vegas, Dak Prescott, and the Cowboys will be hitting up Lambeau Field to clash against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Lastly, in the afternoon, Kyler Murray and the Cardinals will pay a visit to divisional rivals LA Rams in what should be one of the most offense-driven matches in the season, especially with Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan calling the shots for the Rams and Cards on the sidelines.
To close out the weekend, a California-based battle will go down on Sunday Night Football as the LA Chargers travel up north to play the San Francisco 49ers in, you guessed it, another potential SB LVII matchup. On Monday, as a cherry on top of the week’s action, the Washington Commanders will be making their way to Philadelphia to face off against the Eagles. A game between one of the best defensive lines and the best offensive line in the NFC, please yes, sign us up!