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2 NFL Storylines To Watch In Sunday's NFL Games

2 NFL Storylines To Watch In Sunday’s NFL Games

Footballs on the field before the NFL game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Miami Dolphins at Allegiant Stadium on September 26, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Raiders defeated the Dolphins 31-28 in overtime.
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The Week 13 NFL slate looks like one of the best of the season so far.

There are plenty of matchups between top teams and plenty of top player-on-player matchups.

Also, every game will have some impact on the playoff picture.

Some of these games will not only affect this season, but they could have long-term implications.

Here are two NFL storylines to watch in Sunday’s games.


The End Of Rodgers In Green Bay?

The Green Bay Packers travel to their rival Chicago Bears on Sunday.

Could this be the last time we see Rodgers start a game for the Packers?

Green Bay is 4-8 on the season, and with a loss would be all but eliminated from playoff contention.

The Packers may decide to sit Rodgers for the rest of the season to prepare for the future.

Jordan Love came in late during the Packers’ game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

He looked good, throwing for 113 yards and one touchdown.

The future of the Packers may be coming to the forefront soon than most people thought.


Who Wants To Win The NFC South?

The worst division in football this season has been the NFC South.

Not one of the four teams is above .500 and each is still alive to win the division title.

The heavy favorite is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have been playing terribly of late.

The Bucs currently lead the division with a 5-6 record, and having Tom Brady gives them a clear advantage over the other three teams.

Now the Bucs and New Orleans Saints square off on Monday Night Football this week in a huge division game.

Also, the Atlanta Falcons are lurking with a record of 5-7.

They host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in what is a must-win game.

Depending on who wins this weekend will give us a clear view of the NFC South picture.