NFL 2023 – Week 10 Sunday Early Games Tips and Betting Preview

When the action concludes in Germany, the majority of the Sunday games take place in Week 10 of the NFL 2023 season as a number of sides go past the halfway mark of their campaign, making each game more and more significant.

Despite the Germany game being on TV in the UK, we also have two more live games on in the Sunday slot with Red Zone keeping us up to date with all the other matches. Once again some bookmakers will stream the games which aren’t live in the UK.

1pm Kick Offs (6pm UK time)

The first of the two TV games on Sunday takes us to Florida as the Jacksonville Jaguars go up against a San Francisco 49ers side who flew out of the traps this season but now suddenly find themselves under pressure after some indifferent form. Both teams top their division heading into this match though so we should be in for a decent game here. We have five other matches in the earlier slot with one of them from the same division as the two best defences in the league meet in the AFC North as the Baltimore Ravens host the Cleveland Browns.

Four other matches open up the action out in America with two sides with winning records meeting at the Superdome when the New Orleans Saints take on the Minnesota Vikings while two big names meet at Heinz Field where the Pittsburgh Steelers welcome the Green Bay Packers. The Cincinnati Bengals will look to continue their good recent form when they host the Houston Texans, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Tennessee Titans in the other game.

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4.05/4.25pm Kick Offs (9.05/9.25pm UK time)

We head to SoFi Stadium for the second TV game of the evening on Sunday as the Los Angeles Chargers look to move into positive territory for their season when they host the current leaders of the NFC North in Detroit Lions in what should be another entertaining offering for us to enjoy. Three other matches take place in the second slot of games and they include the NFC East rivalry between a Dallas Cowboys, who have dropped a distance behind the Philadelphia Eagles, and the New York Giants whose season is going nowhere.

The other two matches will both be hosted by teams in the NFC West with the majority of the attention probably being on the Seattle Seahawks, who are locked in a decent battle towards the top of the division with the San Francisco 49ers. The Seahawks welcome the Washington Commanders to Lumen Field, while in the other match the Arizona Cardinals take on an Atlanta Falcons who need to win to keep pace with the Saints in the NFC South.


I took the Tennessee Titans in the Thursday Night Football last week and I thought they were the better team but couldn’t pull away from a Pittsburgh Steelers who did well to stay in the game and then ultimate grab the win at the end but I haven’t given up hope with the Titans and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be perfect dance partners for Tennessee to get back to winning ways, especially after they shipped 38 points to the Houston Texans last week.

The positive for the Bucs would be that they scored 35 themselves and their offense might slowly be coming to the party but they take on a much better Titans defence this week, one which has had the extra few days to prepare for their challenge which could also be significant. There is a good chance that the Will Levis and the DeAndre Hopkins partnership clicks again here while Derrick Henry will look to catch fire too. I think the Titans are the better all round team and can take advantage for a first road win here.


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