In week 14 of the 2022 season, los angeles rams It hosts the Las Vegas Raiders and ends with the Arizona Cardinals taking on the New England Patriots.
The matchup isn’t as glamorous as it was last week, but Sunday’s game will be the centerpiece of many. With the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs all looking to claim his spot in the playoffs, a three-division matchup will be very interesting.
Jalen Hurts Like Patrick Mahomes, he has proven himself worthy of the MVP award. The Vikings click very well on offense and that’s why they’re playing great. All of these toms will be tested on Sunday, a key point in the season.
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For a little preview, read on.
Giants (7-4-1) vs. Eagles (11-1) – 1pm ET, FOX
The Eagles and Giants will go head-to-head in such an important match between two NFC East foes on Sunday. Philadelphia is looking to clinch the division title, but the Giants want to prove they belong in the playoff picture with a win.
The Eagles can win or draw the Giants during the day, lose to the San Francisco 49ers, or lose to the Seattle Seahawks to qualify for the playoffs. San Francisco are playing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seahawks are playing against the Carolina Panthers.
The Giants don’t have a playoff scenario, but New York definitely needs a win to maintain their postseason chances.
Lions (5-7) vs. Vikings (10-2) – 1pm ET on FOX
Minnesota is tied shoulder-to-shoulder with the Eagles for the best NFL records, and if the Eagles win and Philadelphia lose, they could be tied at that mark. NFC North isn’t as tight as NFC East, and a win or draw with the Lions on Sunday could clinch the division title for the Vikings.
Dalvin Cooke and Justin Jefferson turned the Vikings into aggressive juggernauts. Cook tallied 927 rushing yards and seven touchdowns this season. Jefferson has 88 catches for 1,277 yards and six touchdowns. They are forced to consider the seasons.
Detroit managed to pull off an upset. Jared Goff has been playing well this season. Detroit ranks sixth in scoring and seventh in yards gained, but the defense ranks last in points scored and yards gained.
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Broncos (3-9) vs. Chiefs (9-3) – 4:05 pm ET, CBS
Russell Wilson is nearly impossible to fire, but he hasn’t been great this season. Nine-time pro his bowler is on his fourth straight loss, and the Broncos haven’t scored at least 20 points since Week 8. Only twice this season has he scored at least 20 points.
It’s not really the offense that the Chiefs have to worry about on Sunday. Denver is second in points allowed and third in yards allowed, despite a 3-9 record. Whether or not Kansas City will be able to click on all cylinders could be a real hindrance.
Kansas City is looking to win the AFC West title. The Chiefs need a win over the Miami Dolphins and a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers late Sunday night to close out the title. Mahomes and Travis Kelce are doing well these days.
Mahomes will need at least 192 passing yards on Sunday to join Peyton Manning as the only player in NFL history to have at least 4,000 passing yards in five of his first six seasons.
49ers (8-4) vs. Buccaneers (6-6) – 4:25 p.m. ET, FOX
Tom Brady will return to the Bay Area to face the 49ers, the team he loved as a kid. Brady and the Buccaneers are gaining momentum in this matchup against the 49ers, fresh off a win over his Saints in New Orleans.
San Francisco will be without Jimmy Garoppolo for the time being, but the 49ers defense should be able to contain the Buccaneers as long as Brock Purdy can get the ball moving enough. Pull off his stuff and win.
It’s a show-me game for both teams. San Francisco needs to prove that it’s a legitimate playoff contender in the absence of Garoppolo, and Tampa Bay needs to prove it’s not as bad as pundits and pundits believe.
Chargers (6-6) vs. Dolphins (8-4) – 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC
Coming out of Sunday’s slate of matchups will be the 2020 quarterback matchups – with Justin Herbert Tua TagovailoaThe two star players were able to decide which one was really better and ignite a debate among fans about who really made the right choice.
The game was changed instead of the Sunday night spot to allow for a possible playoff for both teams. Herbert and the Chargers, who have been banged up all season, aren’t in the running to really declare themselves playoff contenders. The Dolphins, who are also banged up, need to stay healthy enough to keep pace in the dense AFC East.
This game is expected to be good enough to end the weekend.
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Remaining Sunday Schedule (All Eastern Time)
- 1 p.m.: Bills (9-3) vs. Jets (7-5), CBS
- 1:00 p.m.: Bengals (8-4) vs. Browns (5-7), CBS
- 1:00 p.m.: Cowboys (9-3) vs. Texans (1-10-1), FOX
- 1pm: Titan (7-5) vs. Jaguar (4-8), CBS
- 1:00 p.m.: Steelers (5-7) v Ravens (8-4), CBS
- 16:25: Seahawks (7-5) vs. Panthers (4-8), FOX