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Giants Now: What to watch during the bye week

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The Giants are off in Week 10, but that does not mean there are not some interesting matchups to keep an eye on this weekend.

Here are some games to watch on Sunday:

Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys host the Atlanta Falcons as they look to bounce back from last week's big loss to the Broncos. Meanwhile, the Falcons will look to make it back-to-back wins after they defeated the Saints in New Orleans last week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Washington Football Team

The Giants will get a preview of their next opponent when the Buccaneers travel to Washington. Tampa Bay is fresh off their bye, as the last time we saw them was during their Week 8 loss in New Orleans. The last time Washington was on the field was also in Week 8, when they fell to the Denver Broncos, 17-10.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Denver Broncos

The Eagles will look for their fourth win of the season when they travel to Denver to take on the Broncos. Philadelphia is coming off a tough 27-24 loss to the Chargers, while the Broncos will look for their third consecutive win against the NFC East after defeating Washington in Week 8 and Dallas in Week 9.

Cleveland Browns vs. New England Patriots

Patriots rookie QB Mac Jones has gotten his career off to a promising start and will look to keep it going at home against the Cleveland Browns. Both teams are dealing with some uncertainty at running back, as the Browns had Nick Chubb and Demetric Felton test positive for COVID on Tuesday, while Patriots RBs Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson are both dealing with head injuries.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers

The Seahawks have already announced that starting QB Russell Wilson has been cleared to return to action this weekend. On the other sideline, the Packers hope to have Aaron Rodgers cleared from COVID protocols on Saturday in time for him to start in this big NFC showdown. This game has big playoff implications for the Seahawks, who currently sit at 3-5.

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