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Week 10 of the NFL is here and we are past the halfway mark of the season. Teams are vying for playoff positions and trying to string together momentum for a playoff push. It’s the perfect time for teams to make a statement.

Here are 5 things to watch for in week 10:

  1. NFL In Germany (Buccaneers vs. Seahawks, 9:30 AM EST)

The NFL is making an effort to go global and this week’s matchup between the Seahawks and Buccaneers. The NFL is hoping it gets a positive reaction and that Germany could be a possible fixture in the future. It’s also a big game between two teams at the top of their respective divisions. The game will be played at Allianz Arena in Munich and features Tom Brady and the Bucs against a resurgent Seattle team.

2. Two top ranked teams face off - Vikings vs. Bills (1:00 PM EST)

The Vikings are 7-1 and have a ton of momentum going into a huge matchup against the Bills, who might just be the best team in football. The Bills, on the other hand, are coming off a loss to the upstart Jets. Josh Allen is hurt and he may or may not play. The Bills are just a half-game up on the Jets in the standings so a loss here could be massive.

3. Will Justin Fields run all over the Lions? (Bears vs. Lions 1:00 PM EST)

The Bears QB has shown flashes of elite QB play in recent weeks. His athleticism is almost unmatched at the position and he’s been putting on a show. He rushed for 178 yards last week against the Dolphins and threw for 3 touchdowns. Fields has started to figure things out and is giving Bears fans reasons to hope.

4. A California battle on Sunday Night Football (Chargers vs. 49ers 8:20 PM EST)

Week 10’s Sunday Night Football Matchup should be a fun one. The 49ers are in need of a big win and the Chargers are as well. Christian McCaffrey has added a spark to the 49ers' offense and it’ll be interesting to see how the Chargers plan for it. Justin Herbert is still one of the best quarterbacks in the league and is coming off a game against the Falcons where he threw for 245 yards.

5. Last call to right the ship - Cardinals vs. Rams (4:25 PM EST)

In what will be a battle between two disappointing teams looking to right the ship, it’ll also be a chance for both of these teams to build some positive momentum. The Cardinals and Super Bowl defending champion Rams have struggled this season and the division rivals are both at the bottom of the NFC West. This should be a competitive game with both teams needing a big win.

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