NFL Game of the Week: Eagles at Dallas
I may be biased as an Eagles fan, but like I said before, every NFC East head-to-head game is of vital importance. After beating the Saints, the Cowboys are arguably the hottest team in the NFC. Meanwhile, the Eagles have put together consecutive wins for the first time this year. Philly has one of the toughest remaining schedules in the NFL, and really can only afford one loss the rest of the year and still have a reasonable hope to make the playoffs. That one loss cannot come to an NFC team, so the Eagles will be playing with their season on the line. Tune in 4:25 on Sunday, December 9th.
NBA Game of the Week: 76ers at Raptors
With the addition of Jimmy Butler, the Philadelphia 76ers are now one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference. The Raptors, led by Kawhi Leonard, are THE best team in the Eastern Conference. These two talented squads will clash this week in what should be an exciting game. Toronto made a statement last week by dispatching the Warriors in an unbelievably exciting game. This week, the Sixers will look to make a statement that they are a contender for the Eastern Conference title this season. Tune in to ESPN Wednesday, December 5th at 8 pm.
NHL Game of the Week: Sharks at Dallas
These two teams have always had a bit of a Western Conference rivalry. Both have always boasted some solid offensive players and these games usually end up as high scoring affairs. Both are top 8 teams in the west but both are surely looking to climb the ladder in the conference, so there is significance to each and every game played between top western teams. Once again I’m biased as a Sharks fan, but I’m predicting a high-scoring contest where the Sharks come out on top. Tune in to NBC Sports at 8 pm on Friday, December 7th.
Premier League Game of the Week: Arsenal at Manchester United
Arsenal once again finds itself in the game of the week in the Premier League. After last weekend’s thriller against Tottenham, they’ll look to continue their good form into Old Trafford against a disappointing (thus far) Manchester United. This will be the first clash between these two teams not featuring either Sir Alex Ferguson or Arsene Wenger as coaches since the mid-80s. Mourinho will look to once again silence his haters by coming out and putting a solid performance in against a top 4 team. Tune in to NBC Sports at 3 pm Wednesday, December 5th.