Chiefs & Dolphins collide in Frankfurt
Cowboys v Eagles & Bills v Bengals the highlights
More thrills and spills in the NFL last week and plenty more to come in Week 9 which has one of the best slates of games we've seen for a while.
The Dallas Cowboys will try to take down fierce rivals Philadelphia while the Buffalo Bills face the Cincinnati Bengals in the big primetime game.
However, the best of the lot may come from the other side of the Atlantic as the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins collide in the first Germany game of the season in Frankfurt.
Here's the pick of Week 9...
NFL Week 9 schedule
Miami Dolphins (6-2) @ Kansas City Chiefs (6-2)
(Sunday 14:30 GMT)
Match Odds: 1/12.00 | 5/61.84
Points Spread: Chiefs -1.5
Total Over/Under: 50.5
Having the Super Bowl champions play in Germany would always be a boost for the NFL's international ambitions - having them facing this historic Miami Dolphins offence has taken this game in Frankfurt to another level.
After six wins on the spin last week's shock loss in Denver was a big blow for the Chiefs - with Patrick Mahomes kept out of the end zone thanks to a few bad drops along the way.
More of that sloppy play in Frankfurt will be punished by a clinical Miami who have topped 30 points five times in eight games - albeit they've been shackled in their two defeats to the two top tier teams they've faced in Buffalo and Philadelphia.
If Mahomes is over his illness and his receiver are over their case of the drops, then I think the KC defence can restrict Miami's high-flying attack just enough to pinch a high-scoring encounter.
Dallas Cowboys (6-2) @ Philadelphia Eagles (7-1)
Match Odds: 29/202.45 | 4/71.57
Points Spread: Eagles -3
Total Over/Under: 46.5
A real five-star matchup going down in Philly with Dak Prescott and Jalen Hurts each tossing four TD passes last week for two of the top three scoring attacks in the game.
And the aerial route will be crucial here, with AJ Brown on a historic streak of production but the Eagles also allowing plenty of passing yards themselves.
When these rivalry games come down to it though they're punch-ups, and although the Cowboys have been flashier at times the Eagles have win five one-score scraps already so look more battle-hardened.
That plus Philly are at home and the feeling that the Dallas defence is better on turf than grass and you have to plump for the hosts to win a bruiser.
Seattle Seahawks (5-2) @ Baltimore Ravens (6-2)
Match Odds: 21/10 | 2/51.40
Points Spread: Ravens -5.5
Total Over/Under: 44.5
With big games everywhere this one is getting a bit overlooked but it's a belter between similar hard-nosed sides who love a scrap - with the best two defences in the league over the last month.
Lamar Jackson has been excellent recently without using his legs too much, but mistakes have crept in for Geno Smith with five picks in three games - Pete Carroll's Hawks have also had penalty (2nd most in the NFL) and third-down problems on both sides of the ball.
No team has failed to cover the spread more as home favourites than the Ravens over the last couple of years (5-11) and the Seahawks are a good squad, but Baltimore just look like they're building something special here and they'll show it with a hard-fought win here.
Buffalo Bills (5-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals (4-3)
Match Odds: 21/202.05 | 4/51.80
Points Spread: Bengals -1.5
Total Over/Under: 50.5
Emotions will be high as Buffalo returns to Cincinnati for the first time since Damar Hamlins cardiac arrest on this field back in January - and it's getting the NFL primetime treatment in the late slot.
The Bills have been favourites in their last 26 games but Cincy are just fancied here but the way the two teams have played recently they probably should be bigger fancies at home.
Joe Burrow looks fit again and last week's statement win in San Francisco made it three straights wins as Cincy again recovers from a bad start to look like a contender.
Buffalo have injury issues on defence and Josh Allen's shoulder is dinged up - they've only averaged 21 points over the last four games and I'm not sure that'll be enough against an improving Bengals defence and an in-form Burrow.
Los Angeles Rams (3-5) @ Green Bay Packers (2-5)
Match Odds: 11/82.38 | 8/131.61
Points Spread: Packers -3
Total Over/Under: 38.5
The Packers have lost four straight yet are favourites here due to Matthew Stafford's injured thumb possibly meaning Brett Rypien starts at QB for the Rams - the drop-off could not be bigger.
On paper it looks a good get-right game for Green Bay, but they've been flat-out awful recently - Jordan Love has thrown a pick in five straight gamest, during which they've not scored a first-half TD and have a -50 points difference as they've been hit hard and early and never recovered.
A back-up QB for the Rams could help Green Bay at least stay in the game first-half as they're the second best scoring team in the second half in the league.
It's a messy game with far more questions than answers, but the Packers really need this so we'll plump for them to take advantage of the Rams' problems - with Love finally finding Christian Watson for his first TD since week 4.