Here we are, week seven of the 2018 NFL Season. This Sunday 24 teams are on tap for some good watching. While we all have our own team that we will tune into, there are several other games that may peak your interest. Here is a look at three other games on the week seven slate that may grab your attention.
Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the New England Patriots. That game was back and forth all night. Nonetheless, the Chiefs proved that they could hang with the best in the NFL. However, in the end, they left Tom Brady and the Patriots too much time.
The Bengals suffered their own heartbreaking defeat. This one was inside the division to the Pittsburgh Steelers. IN what was also a back and forth affair, the Bengals and Steelers were tied until Antonio Brown raced 31 yards for the winning score. Thus giving the Steelers a 28-21 victory.
Can both of these teams bring it again in week seven? Tune in to Sunday Night Football to find out.
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off a shellacking of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Dallas fans are now thinking that this team is starting to find its stride. However, Dak Prescott is not a leader. If not everything is in place, he struggles.
For the Washington Redskins, their Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde season continued with Mr. Hyde showing up against the Carolina Panthers. Can Mr. Hyde stay at the forefront when the Cowboys come to town? Tune in Sunday to find out.
New England Patriots at Chicago Bears
The Patriots looked to be finding their stride. Since the return of Julien Edelman, they have been a scoring machine. They face a tough Bears defense on Sunday. Can they maintain their output?
The Chicago Bears had a tough overtime loss down in South Florida against the Miami Dolphins. Can they rebound against the vaunted Patriots franchise? A win can put the Bears on the map in 2018.
These three games along with your favorite team should be on the agenda for Sunday. If your favorite team is on a bye, one of these should suffice in its place.
What game(s) are you looking forward too on Sunday? Leave a comment below.
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