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[Preview] Week 10: high-flying duel

[Preview] Week 10: high-flying duel

After a success of Panthers in this meeting of NFC Southnow place at the rest of the NFL. This week, several highlights are to be observed. There will inevitably be this displacement of vikings at buffalo symbolized by the duel between Diggs and Jefferson. But also a clash between two of the best attacks in the league: Cleveland and Miami. This is also THE match not to be missed this week if you like points.

Receivers will therefore be honoured, as will Jeff Saturday, TJ Watt and this great first to Munich. Here is precisely the program for week 10.

The match not to be missed

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Miami Dolphins (6-3) – Cleveland Browns (3-5)

On paper, it might not be the match that jumps out at you first. Still, it promises to be exciting, not least because Miami and Cleveland are some of the most prolific offenses in the league. Behind buffalo, Kansas City and philadelphiathem browns (385.8 yards/meet) and the Dolphins (380.4) complete the Top 5. Suffice to say they are in good company. Figures that can be explained by the attacking talent present in these two squads. In Floridathe duo Jaylen WaddleTyreek Hill is gutting all of the country’s air defenses. the old Chief is currently the receiver who accumulates the most yards in NFL (1104 units) and no one can find a solution. Opposite, we are not too much to complain about either in terms of talent. Cleveland indeed has one of the best runners in the league: Nick Chubb. Only Derrick Henry could challenge him for this title. the Brown is only 29 yards from King Henry ranking of running backs who have recorded the most yards this season (870 versus 841).

It now remains to be seen which of these two coaches will manage to put their attacking talents in the best conditions to be able to perform. At this little game, Mike McDaniel seems to have taken a step ahead of its counterpart, Kevin Stefanski. The former offensive coordinator of san francisco delivers an almost perfect first season at the head of the Dolphins, especially thanks to this all-out attack. The pressure will indeed be on the defenses which will have a lot to do in this meeting. Attention, rain of points expected from 7 p.m..

The duel: Steffon Diggs vs. Justin Jefferson

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Buffalo Bills (6-2) – Minnesota Vikings (7-1)

Obviously when two of the best receivers in the league face each other, it attracts attention. But when these two players have a special connection, it becomes a duel you can’t miss. Indeed, in March 2020them vikings send Steffon Diggs at buffalo versus (notably) the 22nd choice of the next draft. A pick which will then be used to Minnesota to choose… Justin Jefferson. Look no further to find the link. Since then, the two men have had a blast in their respective teams. This season also seems to be the apotheosis. As proof, only Tyreek Hill does better than Justin Jefferson (867 yards and 3 TDs) and Steffon Diggs (857 yards and 7 TDs) in terms of yards gained. In their wake, buffalo and Minnesota rank among the best teams in the league today. Their clash on Sunday promises to be explosive.

The stat: 145.5 yards/game

Kick-off in the night from Sunday to Monday 02:20
San Francisco 49ers (4-4) – Los Angeles Chargers (5-3)

It becomes almost cultural now. The Chargers try everything they want, they can’t defend against the race. This season, they allow on average 145.5 yards per game to opposing runners. What makes them the 29th defense in this sector in NFL. A statistic that does not bode well when you have to travel San Francisco. The 49ers are indeed known to perform well on the ground. If the statistics are not exceptional (119.5 yards/game, 15th in the league)we know that Kyle Shanahan is able to find the flaw. Especially since he now has Christian McCaffrey as an additional option. His full match against the rams there is 15 days proved to us that the coach is capable of putting the old Panther in very good situations. Brandon Staley is warned.

Player: TJ Watt

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Pittsburgh Steelers (2-6) – New Orleans Saints (3-6)

” Finally “must say the supporters of Pittsburgh.This week-end, TJ Wattshould be back within this defense of the Steelers. Since his injury, it was clear that this squad had gone down a notch. Talent is present everywhere in this defensive workforce, but without its spearhead, Pittsburgh could no longer make the weight. Especially since the attack is not advancing. with the defender of the year 2021 back, attacks can be wary again. Starting with that of Saints. New Orleans must also deal on the offensive line with a lot of change. Cesar Ruizthe right guard could play center and the players of Louisiana would find themselves with two replacements on the guard post. Ryan Ramczyk and James Hurst, the tackles, will therefore have a lot of pressure. A group that did not make a big impression against the Ravens last Monday. It shouldn’t take too long to adapt because faced with this pass-rusher there, the slightest hesitation is paid cash.

Coach: Jeff Saturday

Kick-off Sunday at 10:05 p.m.
Las Vegas Raiders (2-6) – Indianapolis Colts (3-5-1)

This will inevitably be the attraction of the weekend: the first steps of Jeff Saturday. Until last Monday, he was a television consultant on ESPN. Dnow he is the head of a team NFL. And this with a total lack of experience at this level. The decision may have come as a surprise but we must now wait for the results to be able to judge it. First step for saturday, Vegas. To face the Raidersit will have to do with Sam Ehlinger, again announced holder. In front, Josh McDaniels also won’t know what to expect from this version of the Colts. The former of Patriots must manage absences that accumulate (Darren Waller, Hunter Renfrow,…) and a particularly average start to the season.

Germany at the party

Kick-off Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) – Seattle Seahawks (6-3)

For the first time in its history, the NFL play a regular season game in Germany. After’England for years, the league has been trying to conquer new territories. On Sunday, she will lay her first stone Germany. To Munich More precisely. And what better ambassador than the one who is considered the best pitcher of all time: Tom Brady. With the Buccaneersthe quarterback hopes to capitalize on last week’s win (vs. the rams). Except that in front of them, Seattle proved that the franchise had the backing. Better, the Seahawks are forming one of the most complete squads on both sides of the pitch. The key to this encounter will certainly be on the ground with a Kenneth Walker unstoppable for several weeks and a Leonard Fournette who absolutely must perform to make this attack less one-dimensional.

The division duels

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Chicago Bears (3-6) – Detroit Lions (2-6)

Kick-off Sunday at 10:25 p.m.
Los Angeles Rams (3-5) – Arizona Cardinals
(3-6)

Kick-off in the night from Monday to Tuesday at 02:30
Washington Commanders (4-5) – Philadelphia Eagles (8-0)

Only three division duels this week in NFL and they are all NFC. The first is found in the first encounter burst. At Norththem lions move to Chicago. Detroit haven’t won an away game since the start of the season but are coming off a win against another division rival, Green Bay. For the Bears, last Sunday did not produce a victory, but beautiful promises. It’s time to confirm for Justin Fields and his teammates. In the second part of the evening, heading toWest with this duel between Arizona and Los Angeles.

The two teams have faced each other before. It was during the 3rd week of competition. The Cardinals bowed out at home (20-12) in an unexciting meeting. On Sunday, the situation could change with a potential absence of Matthew Stafford, uncertain. One thing is certain, both franchises are in danger with four losses in their last five games. The loser will sink a little deeper into the crisis. Finally, the weekend will end with a Monday Night Football stamp NFC East. philadelphia, the only team still undefeated in the league, moves to the federal capital. Faced with Commanders that they have already beaten (24-8 in week 3)them Eagles want to continue their perfect journey.

The rest

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Kansas City Chiefs (6-2) – Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6)

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
New York Giants (6-2) – Houston Texans (1-6-1)

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Tennessee Titans (5-3) – Denver Broncos (3-5)

Kick-off Sunday at 10:25 p.m.
Green Bay Packers (3-6) – Dallas Cowboys (6-2)

In the rest of the matches of the week, Kansas City hosts Jaguars coming off a convincing victory offensively. Jacksonville will try to make some Chiefs sure of their strength for several weeks. We will also observe the duel between Doug Pederson and his mentor, Andy Reid.At the same time, the Giants come back from their week off with the ambition to continue what they had (very good) started at the start of the season. To facilitate their task, the calendar offers them a receipt of Texasone of the most struggling teams in the league. Saquon Barkley and Dameon Pierce will be the two players to follow of the evening in the Big Apple.

The ground game will also be topical for the movement of Broncos in the Tennessee. Derrick Henry is back to his best, but he faces one of the best defenses in the league on Sunday. It’s hard to say who will take over. Side Broncos, Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson will always be scrutinized. Finally, in the second part of the evening, Green Bay will welcome dallas. The Packers haven’t won since October 2 and their season seems compromised. Not sure that they manage to annoy Cowboys who want to put pressure on philadelphia who will only play the next day.

The posters

Kick-off Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) – Seattle Seahawks (6-3)

Kick-off Sunday at 7:00 p.m.
Buffalo Bills (6-2) – Minnesota Vikings (7-1)
Chicago Bears (3-6) – Detroit Lions (2-6)
Kansas City Chiefs (6-2) – Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6)
Miami Dolphins (6-3) – Cleveland Browns (3-5)
New York Giants (6-2) – Houston Texans (1-6-1)
Pittsburgh Steelers (2-6) – New Orleans Saints (3-6)
Tennessee Titans (5-3) – Denver Broncos (3-5)

Kick-off Sunday at 10:05 p.m.
Las Vegas Raiders (2-6) – Indianapolis Colts (3-5-1)

Kick-off Sunday at 10:25 p.m.
Green Bay Packers (3-6) – Dallas Cowboys (6-2)
Los Angeles Rams (3-5) – Arizona Cardinals
(3-6)

Kick-off in the night from Sunday to Monday 02:20
San Francisco 49ers (4-4) – Los Angeles Chargers (5-3)

Kick-off in the night from Monday to Tuesday at 02:30
Washington Commanders (4-5) – Philadelphia Eagles (8-0)

At rest : Baltimore Ravens (6-3), Cincinnati Bengals (5-4), New England Patriots (5-4) and New York Jets (6-3).

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