Reasons not to miss the games of Week 10

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Week 10 of the NFL began last Thursday with the tight victory of the Oakland Raiders, 26-24, over the Los Angeles Chargers.

This Sunday, Patrick Mahomes will return from a knee injury with Kansas City Chiefs and at night the Dallas Cowboys will have the tough visit of the Kirk Cousins ​​Minnesota Vikings.

On Monday, the San Francisco 49ers expose their undefeated – the only team with the perfect mark – to their divisional rival Seattle Seahawks.

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These are the reasons not to miss the games of this day:

DETROIT LIONS IN CHICAGO BEARS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

It seems that there is still hope for Mitchell Trubiksy, the Bears quarterback is still a starter, something I disagree with, what a bad season he has had, also the defense that was supposed to be the strength of this team is not what Was expected.

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On the Lions side, Matthew Stafford has had a very good season, they have lost games in the last seconds, as it was last week against the Raiders, against the Chiefs as well.

I think this team could have a better record, they just have not known how to close the games, the weather can be a factor, it could snow, it will be very cold, so I think it will be a match of few points, I still have The talent and chemistry that the Lions have had, especially in the air game with Stafford and Marvin Jones Jr., I think Detroit will take a 23-20 or 20-17 game. –Miguel Pasquel


BALTIMORE RAVENS IN CINCINNATI BENGALS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

Lamar Jackson continues his tour as one of the NFL revelation players, and you will find in Cincy, perhaps, the perfect conditions to return to have a memorable day, especially by air. The Bengals will debut quarterback Ryan Finley, who has less than half a season left to convince the team not to go for a passer in the highest part of the next draft. –Rafael Zamorano


BUFFALO BILLS IN CLEVELAND BROWNS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

Despite being one of the biggest disappointments of the season, the Browns come out as favorites against some Bills who have surprised with their unexpected start 6-2.

However, until now it seems that the competition Cleveland has faced has been superior to that of Buffalo, which looked terrible in its defeat against the Eagles with a ground defense that could not contain the Philadelphia runners and will now have to give Welcome to the explosive Kareem Hunt, who will reappear in the NFL after a long absence due to suspension following an incident of violence.

If the Browns somehow manage to escape with the victory in this match, they could take it as a turning point for their season and start to make up a little the fiasco that has been 2019. –Erick Cervantes Roon


KANSAS CITY CHIEFS IN TENNESSEE TITANS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

Patrick Mahomes is back and with it my hopes in Fantasy Football and those of Kansas City of to) ensure division and b) with the scourge of Patriots reality, fight the conference.

And what better way to do it against the Titans that come in a slide. The Marcus Mariota experiment is over. If your best memory is Ryan Tannehill, there are problems. Chiefs very favorite to win. –Mauricio Pedroza


ATLANTA FALCONS IN NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

For the Saints it would seem a picnic after a week of rest to face an opponent who goes in opposite poles to them, although always divisional opponent will be complicated.

New Orleans seeks its seventh consecutive victory; Atlanta has lost six in a row, although they seemed to have talent to compete for everything.

The Saints recover their runner Alvin Kamara and tight end Jared Cook, who will be under Drew Brees, recovered from his right thumb injury this weekend. The Falcons will have their quarterback Matt Ryan back, even though he only trained on Friday and after missing the previous game, two weeks earlier, against Seattle for an ankle injury. –Carlos Nava


NEW YORK GIANTS IN NEW YORK JETS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

The New York civil war will be between two teams that neither combined their brands give a winning record

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This is just the fourteenth time that both teams that share Metlife Stadium face each other in the regular season.

The Giants have lost five consecutive games with their rookie quarterback Daniel Jones, who has given away 16 balls, eight interceptions and the same number of loose balls; the Jets have tacked three defeats since they beat the Cowboys for their only win of the year. The previous week they fell to the Dolphins.

The Jets have the worst offense in yards produced, yards per pass and third chance; and they are in the penultimate position in allowed catches and points scored. –Carlos Nava


ARIZONA CARDINALS IN TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
SUNDAY, 12:00 P.M. CT

For many it has gone unnoticed, but Bruce Arians has raised great games this season against his former NFC West rivals, even scoring a surprise beating victory over the Rams. This Sunday, Arians has the opportunity to face his former team and the story seems to be repeated.

Contrary to the rest of the division, Arizona does not seem to have enough weapons to compete against an offensive that has scored 230 points this season, as if that were not enough, Kyler Murray will have to face Shaquil Barrett, who has 10.5 catches this season and will pass a Difficult afternoon to the first global draft pick this year. –Erick Cervantes Roon


MIAMI DOLPHINS IN INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
SUNDAY, 15:05 P.M. CT

Someone did not warn Miami that to "tankear" really, you have to lose. Which is good. The Dolphins exhibited a team that is worse than them.

A week ago we were ready to celebrate the great campaign of the Colts and Jacoby Brissett, but his injury in Pittsburgh raises a doubt: are they or do they look like a playoff team? If they don't win – conclusively – against Miami, we'll know the answer. –Mauricio Pedroza


CAROLINA PANTHERS IN GREEN BAY PACKERS
SUNDAY, 15:25 P.M. CT

It has snowed a lot this week there in Green Bay, so there may be such conditions as it is a game that is played in the evening, then the cold will certainly be a factor and we will have two candidates for the Most Valuable Player, with Carolina, Christian McCaffrey is having an excellent season and on the side of the Packers, his quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

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It is the first time that Green Bay seeks to start with an 8-2 record since the 2011 season, while Kyle Allen has had an excellent start with a 5-1 mark, thus the Panthers are getting into the fight for a wild card and the game Without any doubt, the ground will be a factor, especially on the side of the Panthers, since the Packers in the last four games have been among the worst defense not only against the race but also against the pass, but they play at home.

Rodgers must have a good game, as he mentioned after the game against the Chargers where they were crushed in every way, it was a "wake up call" and I hope he continues to participate a lot with his runners as it has been with Aaron Jones who has been 11 Touchdowns, as it was last week Jamaal Williams and we already know that Davante Adams returns, so I see a tight game where the Packers finally take the game, however, I think Carolina covers the line with 5.5 points. –Miguel Pasquel


LOS ANGELES RAMS IN PITTSBURGH STEELERS
SUNDAY, 15:25 P.M. CT

The Steelers live … at least for another week. The problem is that they receive the Rams who are coming from rest week. A new week for Mason Rudolph to prove that he deserves that position, so far he has failed. Another week for the Rams to tell us if they can compete with the 49ers and Seahawks in their division. Favorite Rams in Pittsburgh. –Mauricio Pedroza


MINNESOTA VIKINGS IN DALLAS COWBOYS
SUNDAY, 19:20 P.M. CT

The Cowboys seek to baste their third consecutive victory; more important to prove to themselves that they can beat teams with a winning brand, which they have not achieved this season.

The defense plays its best football of the season with only two touchdowns allowed, eight catches and seven loose balls recovered in its two most recent games. This time they will face the leader in yards won by NFL race, Dalvin Cook, and Dallas has struggled to stop elite runners.

Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​seeks to defeat Dallas for the first time in his career; It is 0-4.

The Cowboys go with full equipment, including wide receiver Amai Cooper (knee) and linebacker Leighton Vander Esch (neck), while the Vikings will miss their catcher Adam Thielen (hamstring). –Carlos Nava

"MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL"

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS IN SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
MONDAY, 7:15 p.m. CT

The game of the week is played in the "Monday Night Football" of ESPN, with Russell Wilson in full campaign for the Most Valuable Player in the league in search of the first crash of the year to some 49ers who will be reinforced with the return of their two offensive starting tackles, Joe Staley and Mike McGlinchey, and the fullback Kyle Juszczcyk. –Rafael Zamorano

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