The 2021 NFL season makes absolutely no sense. With all NFL action shown on Sky Sports in the UK and you can you also access NFL Game Pass International with a UK VPN. If you use a USA VPN then you can access the America version of NFL Gamepass as well as NFL streaming networks like NFL Network, ESPN, CBS, Amazon Prime Video, NBC Sport and Fox; as well as their streaming partners lie Hulu, SlingTV and FuboTV. Need an NFL VPN?
Just when teams begin to look like they are separating themselves from the pack and establishing themselves as Superbowl contenders, they’ll lose two in quick succession, including one to a team that really have no business beating them. Fun Fact: ‘NFL VPN’ is one of the most searched sports phrases on Google!
Let’s take the Buffalo Bills as an example, after starting the season 4-1, they have gone 3-3 in the last six games. Defeats to the Titans and Colts aren’t terrible. Both are good teams with playoff ambitions. A defeat to a dreadful Jacksonville Jaguars team though? There’s no excuse for that. The Bills mixed form has reopened the AFC East as a competitive division. At the start of the season the popular view was that the Bills would easily win the division, the rebuilding Dolphins and Patriots would be a mixed bag, and the Jets would remain a dumpster fire.
The Jets have lived up, or down, to expectations and been terrible, the Dolphins have been a mixed bag but the other two have not been as expected. The Bills have been worse than expected, and the Patriots have been a lot better than expected. They had a slow start, beginning the season 2-4, but have run off five straight wins and started to look like a team that could be a real contender to win it all. Rookie QB has really settled into the offense and with the Pats defense being as good as they were expected to be, they have become a quality team on both sides of the football. This weekend they will seek a sixth straight win, and the lead at the top of the division.
Standing in their way will be the number one seed in the AFC right now, the Tennessee Titans. At 8-3, the Titans sit top of the AFC South, and the AFC rankings, but all is not rosey in Nashville. Superstar Running Back Derrick Henry broke his foot and could miss the rest of the season. The Titans lost to the horrific Houston Texans last weekend and looked completely aimless on offense. Henry had really put the team on his back across the past couple of seasons, and looked on course to potentially set for back to back 2000 yard seasons. The Titans will be looking over their shoulder if they lose this weekend and the Indianapolis Colts continue winning. It remains to be seen in the Titans defeat to the Texans was merely a wobble or a representation of what they will be without the ability to hand the ball off to Henry 30 times per game.
After the Titans trip to Foxborough, the LA Rams will march into Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers in a match-up between two of the favourites to win the Vince Lombardi trophy. After an outstanding 7-1 start, the Rams have dropped their last two games and begun to show some cracks in their armor. They have recently made two big additions, with Odell Beckham Jr will give them another weapon on the outside, while Von Miller will add to their pass rush. Head Coach Sean McVey isn’t under any external pressure but he is someone who has set high standards for his team, and himself. The Rams have mortgaged their short term future by trading away a lot of upcoming draft picks to go all in on this team and McVey was one of the architects of that strategy. Another short of a place in the Superbowl will be a disappointment to McVey, so expect the Rams to come into this game with a renewed vigour.
Waiting for them will the Packers, sore from last weekends defeat to the Vikings. After overcoming so much Aaron Rodgers related drama in the pre-season, the diva QB was forced to sit out the recent defeat to Kansas City when it turned out that he wasn’t vaccinated. He was back under centre quickly, but after all the nonsense that surrounded a franchise that rarely makes waves prior to the season the last thing anybody in Green Bay wanted was for Rodgers to cause any more problems. It was no surprise, Rodgers cares far more about himself than the team, but it was unwanted all the same. For the Packers to win the whole damn thing this year, that needs to be the end of it. Rodgers needs to get back to doing what he does best, being the best quarterback in the sport. If he does that, he could add a second Superbowl ring to his resume. It’s likely that this will be his last season in Green Bay and both the player and the franchise will want their relationship to end on a high, with the Packers wanting both the trophy and the high trade value that will result.
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The American domestic version of NFL Game Pass is only available to users located within the United States, Bermuda, Antigua, the Bahamas, and any U.S. territories. However this version doesn’t show any live matches.
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