The NFL is about to get a little more fun this season.
There’s no shortage of games that have been released by the league, but you’re probably still waiting for your chance to experience some of the most exciting, competitive games yet.
Here are some of our picks for the best and most exciting games of 2017.
NFL Week 4: Seahawks vs. Broncos Broncos fans are gearing up for a battle of the Super Bowl champs, but the NFL has also announced its favorite football games of the year.
It’s time for the Seattle Seahawks to take on the Broncos in the Superdome.
The Broncos are a team that has been on fire in recent weeks, winning eight of their last nine games.
This week they take on Seattle, who have lost four of their past five games.
Seahawks: vs. Rams Rams fans can finally be excited about their team’s return to the playoffs after their disastrous playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.
This game will be played on Sunday night, but fans can watch it on CBS.
The Rams are in desperate need of a win, and the stakes are incredibly high.
Rams: vs, Steelers Steelers fans can’t wait for their team to face the New York Giants, and this game will likely be played in the National Football League’s stadium.
The Steelers are the second seed in the AFC East and the defending champions, but they are coming off a disappointing loss to their former quarterback, Eli Manning.
They have not won since 2003.
The Packers, Browns, and Ravens are the remaining teams in the division, and these four teams have been struggling to win games.
Steelers: at Colts Colts fans can enjoy this week’s rematch of their epic rivalry with the Denver Broncos.
This will be the first of two meetings between these teams, with the Colts winning the first matchup in Denver in 2015.
This is the first meeting between the teams since they played in Indianapolis in 2021.
Colts: vs., Vikings Vikings fans can relax and catch up on the games of 2018, which were held in Minnesota.
The Vikings are in dire need of wins after their 4-13 season, but this matchup will provide a nice boost for the Vikings.
Vikings: vs Saints The Saints are on the rise, but if they’re going to have any chance of making the playoffs, they need a win.
The first matchup between these two teams will be on Sunday.
This matchup will be broadcast on CBS and will air on Sunday Night Football.
Saints: vs Titans The Titans are a dangerous team, but their quarterback has been struggling mightily.
This battle will feature a tough matchup between Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota and Tennessee running back DeMarco Murray.
Titans: vs Browns The Browns are trying to stay in playoff contention, but there are still plenty of questions surrounding their offense.
This contest will be a test for the team’s quarterback, Josh McCown, and his team.
Browns: vs Packers The Packers are looking to continue their run of good games against the Cowboys.
This match-up will be one of the first between the two teams.
This one will be televised on ESPN.
Packers: at Ravens Ravens fans can also enjoy watching the Ravens face the Colts this weekend.
This was the first game between the AFC North rivals in 2020.
Ravens: at Panthers The Panthers are one of three undefeated teams in their division, but it’s not all sunshine and rainbows this week.
This should be a very competitive matchup between the Panthers and Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart.
Panthers: at Lions Lions fans can look forward to seeing the Detroit Lions play the Lions this Sunday.
Lions fans will be hoping to see their team finally get a win in front of their home crowd.
Lions: vs Steelers Steelers are still searching for their first win of the season, and they will need a strong performance from their defense.
This showdown will be held on Sunday, and Steelers fans will hope to see a strong showing by their offense, which is struggling.
Steelers vs. Falcons Falcons fans will enjoy seeing this team face off against the Atlanta Falcons this weekend in their first matchup of the new season.
This could be a pivotal game for the Falcons.
Falcons: at Vikings Vikings are the only team in the NFC South still in playoff position.
This means that they will be playing against a team who is one of two undefeated teams at the top of the division.
Vikings vs. Raiders Raiders fans will want to be there for this matchup as the Raiders will be facing off against one of their own.
Raiders: at Patriots The Patriots are one game away from being the only undefeated team in their own division.
Patriots fans will have to watch this one on Sunday to see what the Patriots have in store for the Raiders.
Patriots: at Cardinals The Cardinals are one win away from becoming the first team in league history to win five consecutive games.
They will have a tough test this week, but that shouldn’t stop fans from enjoying this matchup.
Cardinals: at Steelers Steelers will need their offense to come through in order to beat the Steelers