Where to watch this weekend’s NFL fixtures live on TV or Stream

NFL Week 10 - TV-schedule and Predictions

We’re into Gameweek 10 in the NFL and there’re some great matchups to look forward to. Follow the NFL on TV or stream by using Livesportsontv.com and get all the information you need on when and where to watch the best football matches live. 12 games on Sunday and you find all the latest news and updates in this fixture preview!

Arizona Cardinals vs Buffalo Bills 15/11

State Farm Stadium, Arizona

This is an interesting one. The Arizona Cardinals have been doing well this season and are up there in the top of the National Football Conference. The Cardinals are going into Sunday’s game with the record 5-3 and will hope to get back on winning track after the defeat against Miami Dolphins last weekend. Kyler Murray is one of the key players for the Cardinals this season. The quarterback is noticed for 389 yards and four touchdowns so far, something for the Bill’s defence to look out for.

Buffalo Bills have, just like the Cardinals, played really well so far this season. They’re top of the AFC East table and are coming from an impressive win over the Seattle Seahawks. Scoring 44 points against a normally solid Seahawks defence is a great performance and the Bills have now gone undefeated since the 19th of October.

Green Bay Packers vs Jacksonville Jaguars 15/11

Lambeau Field, Wisconsin

Sunday’s game between the Packers and the Jaguars might not sound as exciting as some of the other games we’ll be able to watch this weekend. The Green Bay Packers are sitting comfortably in top of the NFC North while the Jaguars are struggling as they seem to already have played themselves away from the Playoff spots. So, what does this game has to offer? For everyone that choose to sit down for this match you’ll see the promising rookie Jake Luton, quarterback in the Jaguars who've got a first glimpse of last weekend. Apart from that we’ll be able to watch a strong home team where Aaron Rodgers is a player to keep an extra eye on as always.

Cleveland Browns vs Houston Texans 15/11

FirstEnergy Stadium, Ohio

The Cleveland Browns are coming from their Bye Week as they host Houston Texans at FirstEnergy Stadium in Ohio. The Browns are currently on 3rd place in the AFC North, behind two of the best teams in the world at the moment, Baltimore Ravens and undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s no doubt that it’s going to be tough for the Browns to reach the Playoffs with two such good teams in their division. When they go up against the Texans on Sunday it will be one the easier matches they’ve left this season, making it a really important one to win.

The Texans are going into Sunday’s game with the record 2-6. Only two wins this season puts them in a difficult position to reach the Playoffs. Their offensive has been underperforming from the start of the season and it’s hard to see how it’s going to change when they face a strong opposition. We should expect a game where the home team takes control of the situations. The Cleveland Browns have shown this season that they have the quality to fight for the Playoff spots, something that the Texans haven’t showed so far.