NFL Germany Games Begin Today – November 5


Yes, NFL Germany games are a thing. If you haven’t paid much attention lately, the NFL has a whole international series that is played each year. The idea is to create interest in the game of American football in other areas of the world. It’s even possible that the NFL could, at some point, expand into areas like Europe.

Today is the first NFL Germany game and it should be a good one. The Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins, both 6-2, will face each other in what could be a preview of the AFC Championship game. You’ll have to get an early start if you plan on watching. The game starts at 9:30 a.m. ET and is being played at Frankfurt Stadium in Frankfurt, Germany.

NFL Germany Part of International Series

Before 2005, the NFL played a series of preseason games around the world, long before NFL Germany was a thing. The league also had its own developmental league called NFL Europe, which went through a number of different looks. The league ended in 2005 with teams in England, Germany, Scotland, Netherlands, and Spain. 

After NFL Europe folded, the NFL initially began playing games only in London. These games started in 2007 with the New York Giants playing the Dolphins. Every year since (except for 2020 because of COVID), there has been at least one game in London. This year, there were three. 

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NFL Germany games are part of the International Series

Beginning last season, the NFL International Series now consists of three sub-series. There are the London Games, of course, but there are also the NFL Germany games and the NFL Mexico games. Last year was the first edition of NFL Germany. Tampa Bay beat Seattle 21-16 at Allianz Arena in Munich. 

The Chiefs have only played two international games and they are 2-0. Kansas City was set to play the LA Rams in Mexico in 2018, but the field conditions forced the game to remain in the US. Miami has played five international games. This will be the team’s first NFL Germany game. The Dolphins are 1-4 in the international series. The other NFL Germany game is set for next week. Indianapolis will take on New England, also in Frankfurt.

No NFL Germany for Geovanny

Geovanny Araya is one of our top soccer handicappers here at Sports Hub. He loves futbol, just not the American kind. Yesterday, he crushed his soccer picks and was the big winner on our leaderboard.

It was a good day for several SportsHub handicappers. The top-13 cappers on the board all made at least $200. Every one of the top-50 was a winner yesterday. How many have a pick for the NFL Germany game today? It’s a big NFL day and there are several dozen picks in the system. Check them out to stay ahead of the competition today.

Here’s what happened yesterday on the leaderboard.

  • The soccer god: Geovanny Araya has a knack for picking soccer winners. Yesterday, he went 4-2 and added $426 to his bankroll. That puts him at $1483 for the last 30 days. 
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All soccer for Geovanny!
  • The Bookie is back: It’s been a few days, but The Bookie is back. Yesterday, he put together a solid 4-0 day and won $400. He hit all three of his college football picks. The Bookie does have NFL picks for today. Does he have any for the NFL Germany game? You’ll have to visit the members’ area to find out.
  • CFB picks: Speaking of college football picks, the Sports Investors hit all three of theirs and took home $300 yesterday. Sports Investors are 5-2 with their picks over the last three days.
  • Experts close out top-5: Seth Cohen and Jhon Walsh, a pair of Sports Hub experts, rounded out yesterday’s top-5. Both cappers went 4-1. Jhon finished just ahead of Seth in winnings. Jhon took home $297 while Seth won $290. Both handicappers have picks in the system for today’s NFL games. Maybe one has an NFL Germany pick.

What Will the CFP Poll Look Like Now?

What a day in college football yesterday, especially in the Pac-12. Washington and USC did not disappoint. More on that in a moment. Then, there was Clemson’s upset of Notre Dame. Bedlam was exactly that. In what could be the final meeting of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, the Cowboys upset the Sooners 27-24. 

Ohio State struggled with Rutgers early on before pulling away. Georgia got Missouri’s best shot. Wonder if those performances will affect this week’s CFP poll? We’ll find out Tuesday.

Here’s what’s trending today.

  1. $85 million not to coach: The Raiders are now paying Jon Gruden and Josh McDaniels a total of $85 million not to coach their team. NFL coaches negotiate these payments into their contracts if they are fired for simply sucking as a coach. Now, the Raiders need to find a new guy. That means even more millions!
  2. Offenses rule: The total for the Washington-USC game closed at 75.5. The two teams passed that before the third quarter was over. The No. 5 Huskies won 52-42 and the offenses combined for 1,087 yards of total offense. Washington RB Dillon Johnson had 256 yards rushing and four touchdowns.
  1. MLB’s top free agent: Shohei Ohtani won’t be able to pitch in 2024. He had surgery to repair a torn UCL in his elbow. However, he will be able to swing the bat and, because of that, Ohtani should command a pretty high price in free agency this offseason. The bidding war is about to start.

NFL Germany Kicks Off Sunday Sports

The NFL Germany game between Miami and Kansas City will kick off the day with a bang. That means an early rise for NFL fans in the U.S. The day is packed with NFL games, but football isn’t the only game in town this beautiful Sunday. 

Let’s check today’s schedule.

  1. NFL Germany: As mentioned, the Chiefs and Dolphins kick off early. If you’re reading this, the game is probably already on. 
  2. Sunday football: The rest of the NFL starts with the traditional 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. There are six early games today. There are three more late games, including the Dallas-Philadelphia NFC East showdown. Sunday Night Football pits Buffalo at Cincinnati.
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Today’s NFL schedule
  1. Sunday NBA: Five NBA games are on the schedule today, including two afternoon games. The Suns are in Detroit and the Spurs host the Raptors. Both games start at 3:30 p.m. ET.
  2. Sunday hockey: Sunday is not usually a big day for the NHL. There are just two games on the NHL schedule. New Jersey visits Chicago and Vegas is in Anaheim.
  3. Sunday soccer: It could be a big day for Geovanny Araya again. The world’s premier soccer leagues are in action again today. Bundesliga, La Liga, the EPL, Serie A, and Ligue 1 all have multiple matches today. The MLS playoffs also continue. Check our database for soccer picks.
  4. Tennis: Novak Djokovic is playing Grigor Dimitrov right now in the Rolex Paris Masters final. The Moselle Open and Sofia Open continue with first-round matches today. The semifinals of the WTA Finals tournament are today in women’s tennis action. The final of the Dow Tennis Classic is today at 2:00 p.m. ET.
  5. NASCAR: Today is it. When the dust settles at Phoenix Raceway, we will have a NASCAR Cup champion. William Byron starts in the pole. Byron, Christopher Bell, Ryan Blaney, and Kyle Larson will vie for the title today. 

Enjoy your Sunday full of sports. Don’t forget, NFL Germany kicks off at 9:30 a.m. The Chiefs and Dolphins should provide viewers with plenty of excitement. We love excitement at Sports Hub, but we also like winning bets. Check out our database full of NFL picks for today. We’re over 100 picks for NFL games, including the NFL Germany game. 

Stop back tomorrow to see how you stacked up against our top handicappers. We’ll see you then!