American football is back London It’s the second week in a row.
the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers Meet at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the International Battle of Week 5. Each team has a 3-1 record, meaning for the first time in 32 matches played.(New York Giants and Green Bay Packers) The London Games consisted of two teams with a winning record.
This will be the first time the Packers have played in London, making them the 32nd team to do so.
The team played in their first London match of the 2007 season and were one of four teams with multiple wins and no losses in London.
all four weeks The Giants have had a surprising amount of success under new head coach Brian Daboll as well as a major change in the squad. Time adjustments are expected. But since Week 1, Daboll has proven his ability to guide the Giants to win.
That being said, the team has had a very light schedule up until now. Except for the opening season with the Tennessee Titans.
Giants beat Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears with ease. And left a one-season loss to the Cowboys without Dac Prescott in a game full of sloppy mistakes and missed goalscoring opportunities.
The Packers enter Week 5 after almost losing to the New England Patriots and their third late quarterback Bailey Zappe.
The Patriots led the Packers into overtime when Rodgers drove 77 yards, topped with 31 yards by Mason Crosby for the win.
The Packers won, but they were very close to an incredibly disappointing loss, with the Patriots’ inexperienced rookie Qby proving much harder to beat. While first-half Rodgers slumped and again went below his average.
Winning Green Bay requires a full game from Rodgers. The Giants will look for pressure on the four-time MVP as much as possible.
He posted the league’s worst gap in the passing ratings when pitching without pressure (108.4) and under pressure (28.6). New York had the ability to exploit this weakness, attacking 41.9. % of dropback QB’s drop-back (second-highest in the NFL) and puts pressure on 29% of QB’s drop-back (12th in the league).
for the giants Winning will cause the pendulum to turn to “contestants” rather than “pretend”.
Most of the Giants have had problems over the past decade. And there hasn’t been a victorious season since 2016. This new team under Daboll is the first team that Giants fans have achieved in a good time. The way they compete this week will give more insight into whether this team has real season potential.
Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett (1-3) started his first career Sunday with the Buffalo Bills heavyweight ( 3-1) The Bills won’t be easy for Pickett either.
Entering Week 5, Buffalo Leads the League in Defensive Passing By allowing fewest yards and second fewest touchdowns in the air.
Who was the last rookie defender to beat a team with the league’s highest pass defense? According to NFL research, Ben Roethlisberger was with the Steelers back in 2004.
Bills defender Josh Allen has the potential to engrave his name in the notebooks.
He only needed two touchdown passes to pass Hall of Famer Peyton Manning for the fourth-most combined pass and touchdown pass by a player in his first five seasons in NFL history.
until this season He ranks second in the NFL with 12 passes and touchdowns. He has had 146 touchdowns total since entering the league in 2018.
Catch up on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET to see Allen and Pickett in action.
Arizona Cardinals Zach Ertz meet his former Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Ertz has played for the Eagles for eight-plus seasons. including helping the team win the Super Bowl in 2018.
He was traded to the Cardinals last October after he and the Eagles failed to agree on a contract. This will be Ertz’s first encounter with the Eagles in an opposing set.
The match also featured Jalen Herts and Kyler Murray, two of the league’s best quarterbacks. Murray led all quarterbacks with 18 touchdowns, while Hurts held second with 17 touchdowns.
Kickoff is scheduled for Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET.
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