The NFL Show – Week 17
Football fans of the world, the time has come to kiss 2022 goodbye and usher in 2023. So what better way to do it than by kicking back, relaxing, and watching some good old NFL action unfold?
Week 17 is upon us and with it comes multiple matchups that could mean the end of the road for various squads looking to squeeze into this season’s playoff scene. Starting on Thursday Night Football, the Tennessee Titans, who are tied for the lead of the AFC South division with Jacksonville will be putting their postseason plans on the line at home against the red-hot Cowboys.
While for Tennessee winning is a must, for Dallas, a strong performance is always welcome, so who will come out victorious out of Nissan Stadium?
Over on Sunday, the first day of the year, we have a full menu of games for NFL odds fans to feast on. Over in Detroit, the surprisingly good Lions are not ready to give up hope on their postseason dreams as they play host to the Bears. Meanwhile in DC, the Commanders, who are also rushing for that last NFC wildcard spot will be putting it all on the line as they play host to Deshaun Watson and the Browns.
Staying on the first slot of games, over at Arrowhead, the officially imploded and train-wrecked Broncos, minus Nathaniel Hackett will be looking to save face as they square off against the Chiefs. Last but not least, a couple more games stand out before jumping into the late afternoon group of games.
In Foxborough, the Patriots will be playing host to the Dolphins. At the same time, the Jaguars travel to Houston to play the Texans, and the Saints travel up to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles, with their playoff aspirations hanging by a thread.
The action doesn’t stop in the afternoon as the Jets travel to Seattle with Mike White back as their starting QB. While the action unfolds in the northwest, over in Vegas the Raiders will play host to the Niners, who want to continue cementing their status as one of the most physical teams in the league.
Closing out the afternoon, over in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will continue on their quest to try and make it into the playoffs. But will Justin Jefferson and the Vikings prove to be too much?
Sunday Night Football will see a battle for LA unfold as the Rams take on the Chargers. To close out the week, can anybody say game of the week alert? Josh Allen and the Bills will be traveling to Cincinnati to take on Joe Burrow and the Bengals in a preview of a potential AFC Championship game.