NEW YORK, Sporting Alert – NFL Week 10 fixtures continue on Sunday with another full schedule, with all three undefeated teams down on the list.
Defending champions New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals (playing in Monday Night Football) will all be trying to stay perfect this season.
The first of the undefeated teams in action on Sunday are the Panthers (8-0) who will take on a struggling Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
Cam Newton, who has passed for 1820 yards and 14 touchdown and has five rushing TDs so far this season is on a positive run at the moment and the 26-year-old will try to help the club extend its overall winning streak to 12 successive games, which dates back to last season.
A win for Carolina on Sunday, would see it securing a ninth successive win which would be a franchise record to start a season.
The Titans (2-6), in the meantime, are coming off a 34-28 win over the New Orleans Saints, but have just won once in the last seven games and were on a six-game losing streak before the last outing.
Newton will do QB battles with rookie Marcus Mariota, who threw for 371 yards and four touchdowns in the win over New Orleans.
The Panthers are 5.0-point favourites for the win over Tennessee, according to the oddsmakers with the O/U setting at 44.
You can watch live coverage of this game on FOX from your local TV channel. Kick-off time is 1:00 PM ET.
Meanwhile, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will start their quest to remain undefeated against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
This is expected to be a very tricky fixture for the Patriots, who have suffered defeats in the last three meetings with the Giants, according to ESPN Stats and Info.
Nevertheless, New England is a 7.5-point favourite for this game, and given their current run of form, it is tough to look past them winning on the road in Week 11.
Furthermore, ESPN Stats and Info reports that Eli Manning’s team has been a “home underdog of six points or more five times prior to this week’s game” and things haven’t gone in their favour with his team yet to score a win in any of those matchups.
The defending champs are 3-0 away from home thus far on the term, while Manning and the Giants (5-4) are 3-1 at MetLife Stadium.
Live TV channel for this game is on CBS and starting at 4:25 PM ET.
The Minnesota Vikings (6-2) are on a four-game winning streak and will look to extend that run against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum.
Since losing to the Denver Broncos in Week 4, Minnesota has found a way to get the job done and the matchup against the Raiders could see them extending the win streak to five games.
However, heading into the battle, the oddsmakers have Oakland, which had its two-game winning streak snapped by the Steelers last week, as a 2.5-point favourite for the win at home.
Elsewhere in Week 11 on Sunday, Peyton Manning and the Broncos (7-1) will look to rebound from last week’s 27-24 upsetting defeat to the Indianapolis Colts when they face-off with the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The Sunday Night Football game for Week 11 is the NFC West clash between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks, which will be streaming live online at NBC Sports Network and televised live on NBC.
Both these teams head into this contest on a two-game winning streak.
The Cincinnati Bengals (8-0) will battle with the Houston Texans live on ESPN and WatchESPN at Paul Brown Stadium in this week’s selected Monday Night Football game.
NFL TV and Streaming Broadcast Lists
Week 10 Sunday, November 15
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX Lambeau Field, Green Bay
Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium
Carolina Panthers at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM FOX Nissan Stadium
Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams 1:00 PM CBS Edward Jones Dome
New Orleans Saints a Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX FedEx Field
Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM CBS Lincoln Financial Field
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Heinz Field
Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS M&T Bank Stadium
Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders 4:05 PM FOX O.co Coliseum
New England Patriots at New York Giants 4:25 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver 4:25 PM CBS Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks 8:30 PM NBC CenturyLink Field