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The Portland Metro Area Gets Alright NFL Games: Week 10

Last week was officially graded as an “OK” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 10:

Am I seeing this right…no Packers or Patriots this week? What is going on?

At first glance we have two games that I am interested in. Let’s take a deeper dive into what is on TV this week:

Thursday Night

Chargers @ Raiders

We are looking at a primetime AFC west game without any realistic playoff implications. Gross. Derek Carr vs Philip Rivers. The outcome of this game does not matter to me one bit.

CBS Early

Chiefs @ Titans

We have a potential game with Matt Moore vs Ryan Tannehill under center. Two former Miami Dolphin starting QBs. I would honestly prefer to watch the Ravens beat up on the Bengals during this time slot. Hopefully Mahomes plays in this one.

Fox Early

Falcons @ Saints

^ Me when then Saints are on TV again against a 1-7 team.

CBS Late

Rams @ Steelers

Not sure why we get this game. The Packers playing the Panthers is much more important to the NFC playoff picture.

Sunday Night

Vikings @ Cowboys

Kirk Cousins, I do like that. I love watching the Cowboys play.

Monday Night

Seahawks @ 49ers

Is this rivalry back? I hope so.

Wrap-Up

This is an “Alright” week for NFL action in Portland. We get to end our weekend with the two best games – Vikings @ Cowboys and Seahawks @ 49ers.
– Buzz

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