(PRWEB) October 26, 2013
With the NFC East in absolute chaos so far this season, every game could be anyone’s game. Sunday hosts a critical NFC East matchup between the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles currently stand in second place behind the Dallas Cowboys with three wins and four losses. The Giants, as everyone knows are not having their best year. New York is in last place in the division with one win and six losses. Their first win came last week, and fans are hoping sit lit a fire under them. If the Giants win out, the standings could drastically change. Last year, the Giants were in first place until the end of the season when the Redskins came back and pushed them out of the top to take the division. It's football. It's crazy. Anything goes.
Another crucial game of week 8 is between the New York Jets and Cincinnati Bengals. The Jets are in second place in the AFC East, while the Bengals are in first of the AFC North. The Bengals are on a three game winning streak, and need to continue it to stay in first. The second place Baltimore Ravens are not far behind, as they are in second place with three wins and four losses. The Bengals know the ravens have it in them, as they were last season’s Super Bowl Champions. The Jets could also use a win to give them a boost in their division. The Jets are coming off a very exciting and league statement win over the New England Patriots, but can they keep the ball rolling? Rookie quarterback Geno Smith is having a decent first year, and is making good production on the field, while Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been very inconsistent. Jets coach Rex Ryan has gone 3-0 against the Bengals, including their 2009 playoff win. Will the streak end on Sunday, or will the Jets survive? Find out at Ticket Monster.
Chiefs vs Browns: What a surprising year for the Kansas City Chiefs. For a team that won two games last season and lost fourteen, it is shocking that they have not lost yet in 2013. Currently the only undefeated team in the league, the Chiefs are in total control of the AFC West with seven wins. The Denver Broncos are fighting hard though, holding down second place with only one loss, which came last week to Andrew Luck and the Colts. Kansas City will be facing the Browns this weekend, who have three wins and four losses. A win over the Chiefs would be ground breaking and put them at .500 and possibly second in the AFC North, depending on the Ravens. Will the Chiefs go 8-0 and continue on their way to an undefeated season? Or will the Browns make an amazing stop that all other teams in the league would be very thankful for? Purchase your tickets today to find out!
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