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The penultimate week of the NFL season is upon us and panic is setting in across the league as a number of teams who were expected to reach the playoffs are on the fringe, while a number of other teams who hoped to tank and secure a top three pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, find that they actually haven’t been terrible enough. Fun Fact: ‘NFL VPN’ is one of the most searched sports phrases on Google!
This weekend is one of the strongest slates of games we’ve had all year long and it could well be the case that you need to spend your Sunday watching Red Zone coverage and getting the best action from all over the league. If, like me, you prefer to watch every play of a game, then here are some quick previews of a few of the best games available to you.
Let’s start with the 6pm(UK time) group of games where there are four games that could well be worth your attention.
First up, the surging LA Rams who have won four games in a row travel East to take on the Baltimore Ravens who have lost four in a row. The Rams are top of the NFC West, while the Ravens sit second in the AFC North. The Ravens have been ravaged by injuries all season and are currently trying to working through a Covid outbreak. They were expected to win the division comfortably but instead they are staring at potentially missing the playoffs entirely. If Pittsburgh win this weekend and Baltimore loses, then next weekend’s game will be a winner takes all battle for a playoff spot. The Rams have no such worries, they will be a playoff team and likely as division winners because their resurgence coincided with Arizona’s recent collapse.
Also at 6pm, the Buffalo Bills play host to the Atlanta Falcons with both teams needing the win as they are locked in tight playoff runs. The Bills win over New England gave them back control of the AFC East but they know that any slip-up could open the door for the Patriots to usurp them. The Falcons are tied with the Saints for second place in the NFC South and with a showdown between the two looming next weekend they can’t afford a defeat this weekend, especially with the Saints playing the miserable Carolina Panthers in what should be a straight forward win for Sean Payton’s team.
At the same time, the Cincinnati Bengals will host the Kansas City Chiefs in what could be a preview to an upcoming playoff match. The Chiefs have secured the AFC West division title for the season, rattling off an eight game winning streak to moving from 3-4 to 11-4 on the season and silence all doubters. The Bengals have the lead in the AFC North, with a one game advantage over the Ravens, but will know that they can’t afford to slip up. Making the playoffs in year two of the Joe Burrow era would be a massive success for the hapless Bengals who rarely do anything right.
The last of the 6pm games that are worth keeping an eye on sees the Indianapolis Colts welcome the Las Vegas Raiders to Lucas Oil Stadium, with both teams wanting the win for playoff reasons. The Colts are only one game behind the Titans in the AFC South and could steal the division with a win here, as they have a certain win next weekend against the appalling Jacksonville Jaguars. The Raiders are third in the AFC West but have a matching record with the Chargers and could steal second place as the two sides face each other next weekend. The Raiders have overcome some incredible internal turmoil this season and it’s a credit to their players that they are still in playoff contention.
At 9.25pm, the team people either love or love to hate, the Dallas Cowboys, will face off against the Arizona Cardinals in a game that means far more for the Cardinals than the Cowboys. Dallas have secured the NFC East title and a playoff berth but the Cardinals are on the ropes. They have lost three in a row and given hope to a San Francisco 49ers teams with eyes on stealing their playoff spot. Depending on how games in other divisions work out, it’s possible that the NFC West sends three teams to the playoffs but it’s not a certainty and the Cardinals won’t want to take any risks of being the odd team out.
The late game, at 1.20am, is an NFC North contest between the division winning Green Bay Packers and a playoff hopeful Minnesota Vikings. The Packers are the only 12 win team in the NFL this season and will enter the playoffs are perhaps the favourites to win the whole thing. The Vikings are one of football’s most frustrating talent. Full of talent, they have no consistency other than their inconsistency. Head Coach Mike Zimmer is under massive pressure and even a playoff berth might not be enough to save his job this time around, but it certainly wouldn’t do his chances of staying in charge for next season any harm.
We might as well mention this week’s Monday Night Football offering which pits AFC North rivals Cleveland and Pittsburgh against each other. The Steelers know that this is a must win game for them ahead of next weekend’s meeting with their hated rivals, the Ravens. The Browns have been one of the most disappointing teams of the season and are still in with an outside shot of taking second place in the division and sneaking into the playoffs. With an all-Ohio showdown against the Bengals next weekend, it’s a tough end to the season for Baker Mayfield and co. Speaking of Baker, the Browns have a decision to make on him this off-season that could shape the future of the franchise for the next five to six years.
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