Top 10 NFL Games
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The long-awaited regular NFL season is almost knocking at the door. The regular NFL season is going to unfold on September 9 with the very first match of Cowboys at Tampa Bay. Moreover, there is good news for all fans and that is this year will be the NFL’s first 17-game season.

As we all know last year we were passing through an unlucky situation because of a pandemic for Covid – 19 that results in hardly stadium attendance and no preseason after that there’s been a lot of change in the situation and now it’s almost been normal as we can see.

Today in this article we are going to provide the most popular or awaited Top 10 NFL Games of the 2021 NFL regular season. So, without any further discussion let’s take a look at the 10 most worth watching matches of this NFL session.

1. Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets (Sunday, Dec. 26-Week 16; at 1 p.m. ET on CBS):

Two hard team is going to face each other and it’s going to be quite head to head. Trevor Lawrence leads the Jaguars where Zach Wilson leads the Jets. Beginning with this showdown, both of them will be measured on the edge of each other for the next few years. It will be a freshly new marker of begin for both of them. If we see preseason the Jacksonville Jaguars finished 30th in points per game scored (19.1) and on the other hand 31st in points per game allowed (30.8). This can be a chance for Wilson to prove that he could potentially be the best quarterback in the class, but also, on the other hand, Jaguars might have more talent on their roster as compared to New York Jets Jets.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Los Angeles Rams (Sunday, Sept. 26 at 4:25 p.m. week 3; ET on FOX):

It’s quite obvious that the tough team Buccaneers will perform so well and it will be exciting to watch, but don’t expect it fully. To make the opponent’s life difficult The Rams now have Matthew Stafford on offense.

There is also good news that Aaron Donald is healthy again and ready to come back as a tough competitor. To win the match the offense of Rams need to run well but it’s not so easy because they have to run against the NFL’s best runner.

3. Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs (NBC, Sunday, week 5; Oct. 10, 8:20 p.m):

Hope you guys remember the season in the AFC Championship Bills lost to the Chiefs and Bills head coach Sean McDermott wanted a rematch, especially after coming off a 13-3 season. since the 2016 campaign, Buffalo’s defense hasn’t been in the top 10 in the NFL. However, with 38 points, Buffalo was 15th in the NFL in 2020. Bills have become one of the best aerial offenses in the NFL in a very short time. Also, Diggs gave Buffalo a true number 1  wide receiver title. On the other hand, the Chiefs have improved their offensive line this season only.

4. Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Week 1; NBC, Thursday, Sep. 9, 8:20 p.m.):

To start off the season this match can be a good matchup. Since January 1996, the team, Dallas Cowboys have not even appeared in an NFC Championship Game also in 2020 they missed quarterback Dak Prescott for most of the year. So, they are hoping for a powerful back. On the other hand, the head coach of Tampa Bay, Bruce Arians has expressed openly that he is very much disappointed and displeased with the performance of his team at training camp. By taking the benefits Cowboys can be a comeback team.

4. Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers ( Sunday, Sept. 26 at 8:20 p.m. on NBC; week 3):

The Green Bay Packers have not-so-good memories at Levi’s Stadium and somewhere it seems that history is going to repeat again sorry to say. On the other hand, in spite of being injured a few years ago, we can see a different game of San Francisco 49ers on Sunday show. This Sunday show could be one of the best fun game-watching in the NFL games 2021 session. 49 ers has won two consecutive meetings where the Packers lead the all-time series 36-32-1.

6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New England Patriots (NBC, week 4; Sunday, Oct. 3, 8:20 p.m.):

This is going to be so exciting to watch. For about 20 years, 43 years old, Brady will be determined to win against his former team at their first meeting after playing with them. Also successfully Brady earned his 7th Super Bowl title and at the same time the second championship of Tampa Bay’s franchise history. It will be Brady’s very first game with New England Patriots. Moreover, It can pit the greatest quarterback of all time.

7. New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys ( Sunday, Oct. 10 at 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX; week 5):

These two teams have nothing but some serious injury issues. Moreover, it is a comeback also for both teams. For the Cowboys, it will be the comeback of quarterback Dak Prescott who got seriously injured in his leg last season and is now fully recovered. In the same way, it’s the return of Saquon Barkley for the New York Giants from the ACL injury that ended up his 2020 season to some extent.

8. Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers ( Monday, Jan. 3 at 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN; week 17):

The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers discord is one of the broadest in the NFL history. These 2 teams get a chance to meet for the second time in two weeks for the AFC playoffs which is bad news for the Browns. To make things interesting and excited the Browns team may set off some alarms for Browns fans for Mason. Browns remain one of four teams who have never played in a Super Bowl. Furthermore, the Browns haven’t won a divisional title yet since 1989 and the AFC North also.

9. Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens (Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC; week 2):

The two meet once again between Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes will be a thrilling one in the match. To shut down Baltimore’s dominant rushing attack Kansas City Chiefs must have to build a strong defense. Also, Baltimore Ravens have to push them and motivate themselves for a deep playoff run. But ultimately they have to overcome the back-to-back conference champion to win the match.

10. Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs (Fox, Sunday, Nov. 7, 4:25 p.m. week 9):

Kansas City’s offense looks better than ever so, Green Bay Packers will need some rest after beating the Cardinals. On the other hand, Patrick Mahomes has a great offensive line. Also, the Green Bay Packers have emerged in both of the last two NFC Championships. There’s not much left for the Packers to gain.

Conclusion

So, yeah we have reached the end of our today’s Top 10 NFL Games discussion. This is all for today. Hope we are able to provide proper information regarding this topic. Best of luck to your team.

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