Week 10 will see the debut of a regular season game in Germany. In front of about 75,000 spectators, the Seattle Seahawks (6-3) will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Because The summit establishes numerous firsts in history. So, It is the first international match between two division leaders. And the first non-soccer match to ever be held in Bayern Munich’s stadium. But Tom Brady, the quarterback for the Buccaneers, will become the first quarterback to start a game in three separate nations if he plays on Sunday (outside of the US).
Participation of Tom Brady
Tom Brady participated in three international games for the New England Patriots, winning all three of them. Two of the games were played in Mexico City and one in London. The Buccaneers were tied for first place in the NFC South heading into Week 10. The Carolina Panthers’ upset of the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday gave the Tampa Bay Buccaneers exclusive ownership of first place in the division.
To maintain it, they must defeat Seattle, though. Seattle would take a step closer to the postseason with a win and extend their lead in the NFC West. Recently, the quarterbacks of both clubs have astonished football fans, although for various reasons.
Tom Brady, who is 45 years old, has had trouble guiding his side to victory in the first half of the season. Because through 10 weeks, he has the lowest passing touchdown %, touchdowns per game. And passing yards per attempt of his career. These stats show the performance of the team as a whole as well as that of Brady and the receiving group. But the short version is Tom Brady’s season has gotten off to its worst start ever.
Geno Smith from Seattle, on the other hand, has positively surprised everyone. His completion rate is the highest in the league, and he has the third-best passer rating (107.2, as opposed to Brady’s 90.5). His 6-3 record has included remarkable victories over the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals for the Seahawks. For Seahawks supporters, Smith’s comeback is a welcome change. Especially in light of the successful year that former quarterback Russell Wilson is having in Denver.
Importance of the Contest for Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks
The contest occurs at a pivotal time for both teams. Each team is aiming for the best postseason positioning at the halfway point of the season. And at the top of their respective divisions. Because a second consecutive victory for the Bucs could indicate that the squad is on the right track after just ending a three-game losing streak with a victory against the Los Angeles Rams. The Seahawks have the chance to establish their legitimacy and justify their place in the postseason.
Watch Sunday at 9:30 a.m. ET to see how it all plays out.
The Vikings at the Bills
On Sunday night, the Minnesota Vikings (7-1) will travel to Buffalo to play the Bills (6-2). The Vikings are second in the NFC heading into the game and have the second-longest winning streak in the league. The Bills are in first place in the AFC. But Josh Allen, their great quarterback, might not be available, which would be to Minnesota’s advantage.
During the Bills’ Week 9 loss to the Jets, Allen sustained a right elbow injury. He was rated doubtful going into this weekend. He didn’t show up for practice on Thursday and played only partially on Friday. Allen is anticipated to play on Sunday as of Saturday night, despite the possibility of more damage.
The Bills run the danger of maybe setting the signal caller back further if they decide not to give him another week of recovery. Case Keenum, the Bills’ backup quarterback, would get the start if Allen wasn’t available.
The game also features Justin Jefferson of the Vikings and Stefon Diggs of the Bills, two of the league’s finest receivers. While Diggs, a former Vikings receiver, is second in receptions. And fourth in receiving yards in the league, Jefferson is first in receiving yards and fifth in receptions.
Viewers may catch these teams in play on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET.
Family relationships On Sunday, family ties may be put to the test. Four different Week 10 contests will have many members of the same families competing against one another, which is an intriguing variation. Buffalo will host the first meeting between brothers Dalvin and James Cook. Chicago will host Amon’Ra and Equanimeous St. Brown. San Francisco will host a match between Joey and Nick Bosa. And Miami will host a match between cousins Nick and Bradley Chubb.
How to see the Match
Here are several ways for you to watch these teams and the rest of the league in action from wherever.
NFL Game Pass, ESPN, and 7Plus in Australia
NFL Game Pass and ESPN in Brazil
Canada: NFL Game Pass on DAZN, CTV, TSN, RDS
NFL Game Pass, ProSieben MAXX, and DAZN in Germany
Mexico: TUDN, ESPN, Fox Sports, Sky Sports, NFL Game Pass
UK: Sky Sports, ITV, Channel 5, NFL Game Pass
US: ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, NFL Game Pass, and Amazon Prime
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