Sunday, December 4, 2022

3 Must-Watch NFL Games This Sunday

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Week 9 in the NFL saw the Philadelphia Eagles extend their undefeated streak this season.

However, there are still plenty of games coming on Sunday for NFL fans to enjoy.

So with the remaining games coming on Sunday, which three are considered “must-watch” games?

 

3. Bills-Jets

This AFC East rivalry game will be exciting with both teams above .500.

It also shows the Buffalo Bills’ elite receivers against the New York Jets’ tough cornerbacks.

With these matchups, it will be interesting to see if quarterback Josh Allen can continue his passing attack versus these Jets corners.

However, the Jets front seven can also cause some issues for Allen and the Bills offense.

If that defense can hold off the Bills, this game might be a tough battle for the reigning AFC East champions.

 

2. Seahawks-Cardinals

The Seattle Seahawks always give a good showing against their NFC West rival, the Arizona Cardinals.

While the Seahawks are on top of the NFC West, the Cardinals can change this with a win.

Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are picking up where they left off in 2021, meaning the Cardinals could win.

However, the Seahawks offense has been shockingly good this season, with Geno Smith having a career year.

These things make this a “must-watch” game on Sunday.

 

1. Titans-Chiefs

Both the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs rule their divisions.

With both teams having Super Bowl aspirations this season, it will be a tough game.

The Titans roster is full of tough players, while Patrick Mahomes has the Chiefs’ offense humming.

With the battle between some of the best in the AFC, this game is a must-watch during primetime on Sunday.

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