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NFL viewers pick Sky Sports week 10 games

NFL viewers pick Sky Sports week 10 games

Sky Sports are once again giving NFL fans the opportunity to vote for which week 10 NFL matches are screen on Sunday 12th November.

Both of the 6pm and the 9pm live games will be decided by the public as Sky Sports hand the decision to viewers to choose which games will be screened.

The voting will close at 6pm on Tuesday 7th November with the results revealed shortly after.

To vote – viewers should go to this page – and select the game they’d like to watch live on Sky Sports in the 6pm and 9pm section.

As of writing this article, Packers @ Bears and Saints @ Bills are joint first on 28% of the vote in the 6pm slot, while Cowboys @ Falcons are the runaway leaders on 55% in the 9pm slot.

UPDATE: The results are in… Saints @ Bills won the 6pm slot, while Falcons host Cowboys at 9.25pm.

Sky will also show the Sunday Night Football clash between New England and Denver from 1.30am, and Miami v Carolina on the Monday Night Football, which also kicks-off at 1.30am.

Updated: Tuesday 7 November 2017
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