Sunday, 9:30am (LONDON)
Eagles @ Jags
- Everybody expected both of these teams to be contenders this season, and while there’s still a ton of football to be played, neither have lived up to the hype. This is a great morning game to start the day, both teams are desperate and looking to bounce back, and it’s a win for the NFL and London.
Lions @ Seahawks
- Lions are really getting going after starting the year slow and the Seahawks are still in the thick of things and coming off a bye week. Both teams are 3-3 and need a win to stay alive in a competitive NFC. I’m excited to watch this game featuring two of the more respectable quarterbacks in the league.
Ravens @ Panthers
- This isn’t the most flashy game but it should be a really good AFC-NFC matchup against two legit playoff contenders. The 4-3 Ravens are coming off a brutal loss to the Saints and the 4-2 Panthers are coming off an exciting, come-from-behind win in Philly.
Browns @ Steelers
- The Steelers are coming off a bye to play the Browns for the second time this season (tie in week 1). The Browns are 2-4-1 and in last place, but can move within a game of the 3-2-1 Steelers with a win. This is a big division game and it should be exciting as Baker Mayfield has been fun to watch and Pitt is always entertaining.
Packers @ Rams
- The Packers travel to LA off the bye to try and take down the undefeated Rams. This is the main 4pm game and hopefully it won’t disappoint. Rodgers and company against one of, if not the, best offense in football.
Sunday Night Football
Saints @ Vikings
- A rematch game from last year’s playoffs, this should be a great Sunday night game to cap off a fun slate of games. With the London game starting so early, it’s sometimes tough to keep interest in the night game. This one should be good enough to keep us watching throughout the night, between two NFC contenders.