NFL action continues with SNF as there are plenty of games to keep you entertained, including the only unbeaten side in the league Pittsburgh Steelers, who host Cincinnati Bengals.
When it comes to those eye-catching head-to-heads, Arizona Cardinals vs Buffalo Bills isn’t a game which usually springs to mind, but the way this season is going and recent results, there’s definitely plenty to talk about before the two meet at the State Farm Stadium on SNF prime time. The hosts, who currently sit at second place in the NFC West (5-3), will be looking to bounce back after a defeat to the Miami Dolphins whilst the Bills extended their lead in the AFC East (7-2) with a victory vs Seattle Seahawks. This was a game for the Bills which demonstrated that when Josh Allen is on top of his game, the Bills are on top of their game. Allen scored three touchdowns & threw for 415 yards against his opponent last weekend. However, it will be down to the Bills’ defense to silence Kyler Murrary so which quarterback will come out on top?
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If you’re looking for a reason to stay up late on Sunday, then look no further than the NFL fixture list as New England Patriots face Baltimore Ravens in the last of the SNF games. The Pats come into Week 10 on a high after their first win in five games against New York Jets whilst the Ravens (6-2) have only lost twice since the season began back in September. Last season, Baltimore Ravens were the side to end the 8-0 undefeated run of what was then a Patriots side lead by six-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady. However, a lot can happen in a year and this is a season quite like no other in many ways, one of them being that the Patriots are going into the game as the heavy underdogs. So can the Patriots cause an upset in Week 10? Or will it be another win for Baltimore?
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Sunday 15th November:
(18:00) Washington @ Detroit Lions
(18:00) Houston Texans @ Cleveland Browns
(18:00) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Green Bay Packers
(18:00) Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants
(18:00) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers
(21:05) Denver Broncos @ Las Vegas Raiders
(21:05) Buffalo Bills @ Arizona Cardinals
(21:05) Los Angeles Chargers @ Miami Dolphins
(21:25) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers
(21:25) San Francisco 49ers @ New Orleans Saints
(21:25) Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Rams
Monday 16th November:
(01:20) Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots
Tuesday 17th November:
(01:15) Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears
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