The bulk of the Week 13 matches in the NFL campaign take place across the usual two kick off times up and down America on Sunday and with the bye period now behind us there are plenty of matches to enjoy either in full or on Redzone.
1pm kick offs (6pm UK time)
There are three divisional battles in the earlier matches. The AFC South play each other as the Tennessee Titans host the Houston Texans while the Jacksonville Jaguars go up against the Indianapolis Colts. The other all-division contest sees the Buffalo Bills hosting the New England Patriots.
Elsewhere in the live game got those of us in the UK we have the Atlanta Falcons taking on the Minnesota Vikings. The Miami Dolphins welcome the Denver Broncos to Florida while the Chicago Bears host the San Francisco 49ers. Detroit Lions head to Baltimore Ravens while the up and down Kansas City Chiefs go to the Big Apple to face the New York Jets. Tampa Bay Buccaneers go to the Green Bay Packers in the other match.
4pm kick offs (9pm UK time)
There are four matches in this slot on Sunday with a divisional clash the live game in the UK. That sees the New Orleans Saints hosting the Carolina Panthers in the NFC South. There is another NFC division contest in the West as the Arizona Cardinals play host to the Los Angeles Rams while elsewhere the Los Angeles Chargers entertain the Cleveland Browns and the Oakland Raiders take on the New York Giants.
There isn’t a huge amount I like in the early matches in fairness although I do fancy a couple of low scoring matches. The first of those comes from Miami where neither the Miami Dolphins offense or the Denver Broncos one are pulling up any trees at the minute. Both sides go into the encounter on long losing streaks so confidence will be low and I can see a bit of a defensive battle occurring as a result.
The other match I don’t see many points in is the one in Oakland where the Oakland Raiders host the New York Giants. The injuries and struggles the Giants have had on offense have been well documented but Oakland haven’t pulled up many trees it must be said. They could be without Amari Cooper for this match which isn’t going to help their offense and while the Giants have struggled to move the ball their defence has been decent for most of the campaign. I’m not convinced the points line will be covered here.
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