2020 NFL Week 1 Top Must Watch Games

2020 NFL Week 1 Top Must Watch Games

The 2020 NFL Season is 10 days away and here are the TOP must-watch games you need to mark on your football betting calendar. 

2020 NFL Week 1 Top Must Watch Games

Sunday, Sep 13

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills

Last season, Buffalo appeared on track for the AFC East. Tom Brady’s brilliant performance in the second head-to-head matchup stopped the Bills from winning the division. Brady is no longer a Patriot. Does that mean the Bills win the AFC East? This game should provide a nice clue.

Las Vegas Raiders at Carolina Panthers

The Raiders start their Vegas residency on the road versus the new look Carolina Panthers. Although the big news was how Carolina parted ways with Cam Newton, the bigger news is that Luke Kuechly retired. That gives the Raiders the edge in this contest.

Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons 0

Seattle is a favorite to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Falcons believe this will be a bounce-back season. Seahawks – Falcons in Week 1 could set the tone for the NFC.

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

This is one of those NFC North “hash-out” games. Both the Packers and Vikings believe they can win the conference and the division. The Vikings have the happier quarterback, but Green Bay’s quarterback is named Aaron Rodgers. So, don’t make your betting decision based on what you read in the media. Handicap this like you would any other football game.  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

El Guapo’s first game as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer is a doozy. The Saints have always struggled with the Buccaneers. Could battling Tampa with the GOAT under center motivate N’Awlins to give it their all? Maybe. 

Dallas Cowboys at L.A. Rams

Expectations are huge in Big D. Mike McCarthy has won a Super Bowl. He also knows how to get the most possible from a quarterback. The Rams’ offensive line remains a mystery. Right now, the Boys look like a lock.

Monday, Sep 14

Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants

The Giants should be better this season than they were last season. Pittsburgh gets Big Ben back, though. If Roethlisberger plays like the Ben of old, the Steelers can win the Super Bowl. The defense will be one of the top units in the NFL. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin leaned on the defense last season and the Steelers almost made it to the playoffs.  

Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos

Like the Giants, Denver will be a better team. But, Tennessee almost upset the Chiefs in last year’s AFC Championship. So, unless your football handicapping tells you to go with the Broncos, you must lean towards backing the Titans to get it done at Mile High.  

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