Dahday’s Pick for Hottest NFL Games This 2017 Season

Soon the baseball and the soccer ball will give way to the pigskin. The NFL season is almost here! So which match-ups will get you off your couch and into the stadium this year? Here are Dahday’s picks for hottest NFL games this coming season.

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New York Giants | New York Jets | Philadelphia Eagles 

New York Giants:

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Fans of the New York Football Giants are thinking big. The G-MEN could have a super-exciting offense with both Odell Beckham, Jr and Brandon Marshall and a defense coming off a playoff appearance. New York’s first home game takes place Monday night, September 18 against the Detroit Lions. On October 22, Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks visit Metlife Stadium. Odell Beckham JrAnother 2016 playoff team, the Kansas City Chiefs, comes to Jersey on November 19. The Giants host three key NFC East rivals for games that could dictate division supremacy: the defending NFC East champion Dallas Cowboys on December 10; the Philadelphia Eagles on December 17; and the Washington Redskins on New Year’s Eve, December 31.

The 2017 Giants also will host both new Los Angeles NFL clubs, playing the Chargers on October 8 and the Rams on November 5.

New York Jets:

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The Jets are in rebuilding mode but there are always big match-ups that fans can look forward to. The J-E-T-S Jets host the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots on October 15 and the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons on October 29. Fans also can enjoy seeing Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on November 26 and head coach Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs on December 3.

Philadelphia Eagles:

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The Iggles fans are certainly optimistic this season, with some new offensive pieces around potential star QB Carson Wentz. Philly’s home opener takes place on September 24 against the New York Giants. The Eagles play three consecutive home games against Washington (October 23), the San Francisco 49ers (October 29) and the Denver Broncos (November 5) before the team’s bye week.

If the Eagles have playoff hopes, two crucial home games against Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders on Christmas night, December 25 and the hated Dallas Cowboys on New Year’s Eve, December 31 could prove their fate.

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