Hut-hut-hike! Russell Wilson will get a chance to wipe away the pain of the Seattle Seahawks bitter Super Bowl XLIX loss when they play the New England Patriots. There’s plenty more amazing action going on in NFL’s Week 10 so click to see!
Marshawn Lynch, 30, won’t be around to run in the ball, so maybe Russell Wilson, 27, will be forced to throw the ball in a replay of the Seattle Seahawks final moments against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 49. Tom Brady, 38, and the Pats famously intercepted the ball and ended Seattle’s season. With Tom leading New England to a 7-1 record so far, do the 4-2 Seahawks stand a chance?
The other big bird battle this week sees the dirty birds of the south, the Atlanta Falcons, take on the Philadelphia Eagles. Atlanta has soared to a 6-3 record on the wings of quarterback Matt Ryan, 31. The midseason MVP award winner, from FiveThirtyEight, as he’s on track to out-produce the last three quarterbacks to win the award – Peyton Manning, 40, Aaron Rodgers, 32, and Cam Newton, 27. Could this match against Philly cement Atlanta’s path to the playoffs (and to Super Bowl 51?)
Click to see all the other amazing matches (all times Eastern)
Thursday, Nov. 10
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens: 8:25 PM ET on NBC
Sunday, Nov. 13
Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Carolina Panthers: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Los Angles Rams at New York Jets: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Atlanta Falcons Vs. Philadelphia Eagles: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Green Bay Packers at Tennessee Titans: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins: 1:00 PM ET
Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Miami Dolphins at San Diego Chargers: 4:05 PM ET on CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals: 4:25 PM ET on FOX
Dallas Cowboys at Pittsburgh Steelers: 4;25 PM ET on FOX
Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots: 8:30 PM ET on NBC
Monday Nov. 14
Cincinnati Bengals at New York Giants: 8:30 PM ET on ESPN
With no more undefeated teams (both New England and Dallas are 7-1, with Oakland at 7-2) fans are waiting to see if the remaining “perfect” record stays that way. The Cleveland Browns are 0-9. Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler, 23, said the latest loss “hurt,” according to Cleveland.com.
“It’s going to hurt because if it doesn’t then you don’t care. It’s going to hurt, but you have to move on. You have to keep going.” Well, the Browns will keep going to face the mediocre Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football. Will that night see the Browns finally win?
Which game are you looking forward to the most, HollywoodLifers?