Aaron Rodgers’ Packers completing the London set, and a huge AFC North clash on SNF are standouts in an extra-long NFL Sunday
1. Green Bay Packers become 32nd team to play in London
Aaron Rodgers, Saquon Barkley, Aaron Jones, Rashan Gary, and Jaire Alexander are some of the superstar players on display as the Packers host the New York Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Giants QB Daniel Jones is set to start, after initial fears he’d be out for a while after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday’s win over the Bears.
This matchup will be the first ever London game to feature two teams with winning records.
2. Can the Miami Dolphins go 3-0 in the AFC East?
Mike McDaniel’s Dolphins team has had an excellent start to the season, going 3-1 with the second toughest schedule so far in 2022.
They’re without their starting QB, Tua Tagovailoa, who suffered a concussion on TNF against the Bengals, just days after stumbling in the win against Buffalo, right now when exactly he’ll be back is unclear.
Their opponent, the New York Jets, had an impressive win over the Steelers on Sunday, Zach Wilson in particular inspired the win in the fourth quarter, another win will see both teams move to 3-2, a great start for New York.
3. 2-2 Falcons and Bucs fight for lead of NFC South
Somehow both of these teams are 2-2, Arthur Smith’s Falcons have a knack of winning games they shouldn’t.
Tampa Bay has played the league’s toughest schedule through four weeks, losing to KC last week, although their offense did get going, scoring more than 20 points for the first time this season.
Atlanta will be without their two best offensive pieces in Kyle Pitts and Cordarelle Patterson.
4. Eagles looking to go 5-0 at Arizona
The league’s only 4-0 team plays PFF’s 30th ranked defense in Sunday’s late window.
Arizona has looked awful these past few weeks, but sit 2-2 due to the individual brilliance of Kyler Murray, he’ll keep this one close.
Jalen Hurts has been a top 5 quarterback so far this season, the battle between him and Murray, two of the league’s most mobile QB’s should be thrilling.
5. Huge AFC North battle on SNF
Cincinnati looks like a different team from the first two weeks of the year, the offensive line is protecting Burrow and the defense has stepped up.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has been lights out this season, but his defense has let him down in the fourth quarter twice.
They’re yet to win at home this season, suffering heartbreaking losses to Miami and Buffalo, whilst a loss for the Bengals will see them go 0-2 in the division.