Alright people, it’s the last week of the year, and of course, there’s football for everyone to close out 2022 with a bang. What better way to close out what has been an amazing year of football than by watching the Dallas Cowboys take their talents and playoff pretensions down to Tennessee to play the Titans, another team that will be in total playoff or bust mode. Will Derrick Henry have it in him to rush through Dallas’ defense and propel the Titans to what could be a season-defining win or will the Cowboys leave Tennessee with a win and the NFC East title under their belts?
On Sunday, January 1st, 2023 the action comes back with games like the Broncos and Chiefs duking it out at Arrowhead and the Patriots hosting the Dolphins in Foxborough leading the helm as the best games to watch on the first day of the new year. Keeping up with the trend of must-watch games, the Saints will be visiting the Eagles in what could perfectly well be the most intriguing matchup of the week as both teams will most likely be looking to close the season out with the strongest wildcard seeding position available.
Another game that could very well have wildcard seeding implications written all over will go down in Vegas as the Niners will be bringing their “West Coast Offense” tactics to face off against the Raiders.
If there was ever a more perfect way to start the year than watching the Rams visit the Chargers in the battle for LA then we don’t want to know about it. In what could be an epic Super Bowl LVII preview, two of the league’s best teams will square off for city bragging rights as well as trying to land the best seeding in the upcoming postseason.
If that still wasn’t it though, then grab hold of your seats because on the first Monday Night Football matchup of 2023, it will be Allen vs. Burrow and Chase vs. Diggs as the Bills and Bengals throw down in Cincinnati.