It is week six of the 2018 NFL Season. This Sunday 26 teams are on tap for some good watching. While we all have our own team to tune into, there are several other games that may pique your interest. Here is a look at three other games on the week six slate that may grab your attention.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons
This is the return of Jameis Winston. The Bucs are facing a weak Falcon’s secondary. This could be a prime game for Winston’s return.
Meanwhile, the Falcons should have the opportunity to move the ball through the air as well. The Bucs currently rank 32nd in the NFL, allowing 358 PYPG. Hold on to your hats—this may end up an old-fashioned shootout.
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
Is this the game in which Patrick Mahomes finally falls? The Patriots’ pass defense ranks 14th. Mahomes has already gone through the number one and number 16-ranked defenses. What would make the 14th any different?
On the other side, the Patriots may be hitting their stride. Getting Julien Edelman back from suspension and Josh Gordon back from injury propelled this offense last week. It could just be the beginning of the Patriots’ run.
Los Angeles Chargers at Cleveland Browns
Can the Browns make it two in a row? After an overtime win last week against the Baltimore Ravens, the Browns look to propel themselves to a second straight win. Doing so against the Chargers may make people start believing in this team.
The Chargers are not in a good position right now. Joey Bosa is still struggling to get on the field. Melvin Ingram has only found the QB 2.5 times so far this season. Derwin James, a safety, has more sacks than the start pass rusher. If the Chargers want to come out on top, they will need to make it rough on Baker Mayfield.
These three games are some of the most intriguing to me heading into week 6. I will be sure to keep tabs on them along with the one my team plays.
What games catch your eye on Sunday? Leave a comment below.
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