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Week 9 NFL Preview: Titans-Steelers Defense, International Excitement, and Hill’s Return

Week 9 marks the halfway point of the 2023 season. The NFL prepared an exciting slate of games for the first week of November. The Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers kick off the week on Thursday Night Football. Most bettors will likely lean on the under since both teams rely on strong defenses. Tennessee’s defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons and Pittsburgh’s edge rusher T.J. Watt are two of the best defensive linemen in the league. Watt won Defensive Player of the Year in 2021 and entered the season as one of the sportsbook’s favorites for the award.

The Titans-Steelers could be a competitive game with strong defenses, but the must-see matchups come on Sunday and Monday. The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs collide in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. ET. The NFL played its first game in Germany in the 2022 season with the Seattle Seahawks against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The atmosphere in Munich was special until the clock hit zeros. The league saw Germany’s obvious interest in football, so it scheduled two more games for the 2023 season. This time Frankfurt will be the host.

The Dolphins-Chiefs is an excellent matchup that most NFL fans would love to see. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill facing his former team creates an intriguing storyline. We could be in store for a high-scoring game. Miami has elite speed all over the field, led by Hill and Jaylen Waddle. With coach Andy Reid steadying the ship, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Co. continue to shine as one of the NFL’s best offenses. NFL lines will likely list the Dolphins as the underdog. Will Miami pull off the upset in the International Series?

Week 9 NFL Highlights: Rivalry Renewed, Emotional Reunion, and MVP Duel

The Dallas Cowboys visiting the Philadelphia Eagles is the best matchup of Sunday afternoon. This is one of the most intense rivalries in the NFL. In the 2022 season, the series was split, but Philly had the last laugh by winning the NFC East. The division has not had a back-to-back champion since 2004. Could this be the year a champion finally repeats? The Cowboys could have the best chance of topping the Eagles for the East title. NFL odds listed Dallas as the second choice to win the division in the offseason, and both teams are among the favorites to win the NFC. Philadelphia is 3-2 in its last five home games against the Cowboys.

The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals cap Sunday’s action with a night game in Paycor Stadium. This will be an emotional reunion after Damar Hamlin’s terrifying collapse in last season’s Week 17 matchup. Hamlin returning to Cincinnati and possibly being in action will be special.

The last meeting between the two came in the postseason, which the Bengals comfortably won 27-10. The best AFC rivalry right now is the Bengals-Chiefs, but the Bills-Bengals could develop into another intense rivalry if they continue to meet. This could be a preview of the playoffs, as Buffalo and Cincinnati are among the Super Bowl favorites. NFL odds for Week 9 feature a small point spread for this meeting, making it a challenging bet.

Monday Night Football showcases a battle between the Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets. Quarterbacks Justin Herbert and Aaron Rodgers will duel. Both could contend for the MVP Award. Plus, both teams have rosters capable of making deep runs in the AFC. New York’s secondary against Los Angeles’ trio of wide receivers is an elite matchup. This is another matchup we could see in the playoffs.

The NFL season continues to captivate fans with its unpredictable twists and turns, and NFL Week 10 Odds promises to deliver more memorable moments. Stay tuned as the journey to the playoffs unfolds.

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