Week 10 of the NFL season continues this weekend as the top teams fight to stay in contention for the postseason. Here’s a look at a few of the best matchups on the schedule this Sunday.
Seahawks Clash With Buccaneers In Munich
The Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers meet on Sunday for the first NFL game played in Munich, Germany. The Seahawks will try to add to their four-game winning streak as they hope to extend their lead in the NFC West standings.
Seattle is 6-3 and leads the 49ers by 1.5 games in the division. They’re also averaging 28.5 points per game during the current streak. However, they are 0-2 this season against NFC South opponents.
The Buccaneers broke a three-game losing streak with their victory against the Los Angeles Rams 16-13 in Week 9. Their 4-5 record is still good enough for first place in the NFC South, as they lead the Atlanta Falcons by a half-game in the standings.
Since starting the season with two impressive wins on the road, the Bucs have struggled on offense. They’re currently 25th in the league, averaging 18 points per game.
Seattle keeps rolling for their fifth straight win.
Vikings and Bills Battle In Buffalo
The Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills meet on Sunday afternoon in a matchup between two teams that look very similar on paper. The Vikings are 7-1 this season and lead the NFC North by 4.5 games over the Green Bay Packers.
They’ve now won six straight games after taking a close contest against the Washington Commanders 20-17 in Week 9. Minnesota is also eighth in the league in scoring at 24.1 points per game.
The Bills are 6-2 and are just ahead of the New York Jets in the AFC East standings. They had won four straight games before losing on the road to the Jets 20-17 last Sunday.
QB Josh Allen has not practiced this week after injuring his elbow in the loss and is listed as questionable against the Vikings. Buffalo will miss his production if he’s not available to lead the top offense in the league.
Minnesota takes the win on the road.
Cowboys To Face Struggling Packers
The Dallas Cowboys travel to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers in an NFC battle. Dallas is 6-2 and in second place in the NFC East behind the Philadelphia Eagles.
They’re looking for their third straight win after going into Chicago last week and beating the Bears 49-29. The only road loss for Dallas this season was against the Eagles three weeks ago. The Cowboys are third in the league in turnover differential at +6 and lead the league with 33 sacks.
The Packers are in the middle of their worst season in recent memory. They started the season with a 3-1 record, but have now lost five straight games, including two in a row at home. Green Bay’s offensive numbers are below what the team has expected, with the two-time defending MVP commanding the offense.
They only scored nine points in last week’s loss at Detroit, as Aaron Rodgers threw three interceptions. He’s now 27th in the league in QBR at 36.3. The Packers average 224.7 passing yards per game this season and are 27th in the league with 17.1 points scored per game.
Dallas wins to go 3-1 on the road.