The NFL comes to Germany 

This week 10 will be the occasion for the NFL to settle for the first time of its existence in Germany and more precisely in the Allianz Arena of Munich. 

The usual Bayern Munich stadium will be decked out in NFL gear for a regular season match between Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Geno Smith's Seattle Seahawks.

 This will be the 4th game relocated this year by the NFL after the three games played in London. Next week, Monday Night Football will be relocated to Mexico City.

In addition to the unusual aspect of a match in Germany, this Week 10 match is of the utmost importance from a sporting point of view.

The Buccaneers have just put an end last week to a series of three consecutive losses but are still far from being reassured with a negative record of five losses for 4 wins which does not prevent them from being in the lead of the NFC South division.

The Seahawks are also at the top of their NFC West division but with a much better record than the Buccaneers.

 Indeed, the Seattle players have a record of 6 wins for 3 losses since the beginning of the season and can count on a defense rediscovered for several weeks, on a Geno Smith particularly in verve and on a Kenneth Walker III who does not cease impressing.

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