NFL Week 13 preview: Where to watch

Laith Malhas 13:25 04/12/2016
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Sunday is always a great day for football fans around the world to unwind and watch their favorite NFL teams battle on the gridiron.

The four games previewed will begin at 10:00pm (GST).

LOS ANGELES RAMS vs NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

The Patriots and Tom Brady will look to overcome the loss of Rob Gronkowski and beat the Rams, who will be eager to get their first win with rookie Jared Goff at quarterback. Victory would give Brady the most wins of any quarterback in the history of the NFL. He is 2-1 lifetime against the Rams and is 98-17 in his career at Gillette Stadium and is 50-10 in December, when the Patriots are traditionally very tough to beat.

HOUSTON TEXANS vs GREEN BAY PACKERS

Lambeau Field is always a tough place for opposing teams that visit and despite the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers nursing an injured hamstring, the Texans defense will still need to be strong. Both teams are riddled with injuries, and are trying to get on a run to the postseason. The Packers defense has been on the downside, while Houstons offense is ranked 29th in the NFL.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS vs ATLANTA FALCONS

Both teams are missing key players this week but that won’t stop the Chiefs from trying to steal a game in Atlanta. Matt Ryan is running a prolific offense this season, while Alex Smith and the Chiefs are struggling to get points on the board. The Chiefs are ranked No. 27 in offensive yards, while the Falcons’ defense is ranked last in stopping the pass; this match up presents a huge contrast in offense as well as defense.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES vs CINCINNATI BENGALS

The two teams are below .500 in the standings, but it should still be an exciting a match-up. The Eagles are trying to get back on track and assume a wild card spot in the playoffs, while Cincinnati have a tough road to the playoffs as they must win the five remaining games and hope the Ravens or Steelers lose games. Both defenses are performing well, but the Bengals offense has been hindered by the absence of their star receiver AJ Green, who is out with a hamstring injury.

Checkout where your team ranks in the playoff race:

Football fans can catch live games on Sunday’s at the following venues in Dubai:

McGettigan’s Irish Pub www.mcgettigans.com

Original Wings & Rings originalwingsandrings.ae

The Underground pub www.habtoorgranddining.com/TheUndergroundPub

Claw BBQ www.clawbbq.com

Let us know of any other venues you think we should include.

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