The NFL's games in London next season are actually pretty good

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Jacksonville will host the Philadelphia Eagles in one of those weeks, while the Los Angeles Chargers will host the Tennessee Titans.

The Raiders will take on the Seahawks at Tottenham Hotspur's brand new stadium on Sunday, Oct. 14 in Week 6.

"We are excited as a franchise to be playing in London as part of the NFL's International Series", said Titans Controlling Owner Amy Adams Strunk.

Overall, those four games are certainly better than most we have seen played internationally in recent years.

While the Colts won't be playing in London, they also don't seem to be partaking in the Mexico game, either as that will reportedly be between the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs.

There will be a total of three matches in the 2018 London schedule with Wembley Stadium hosting the two other clashes. The order of the games, along with all kickoff times, will be confirmed at a later date.

Since regular-season games were first played in London in 2007, 21 have been played in the British capital featuring 26 different teams.

The Seahawks will take on the Raiders, Eagles will face the Jaguars and Titans will go head-to-head with the Chargers. Houston and Carolina play one another at NRG Stadium, which would seem like an ideal game for England because it takes care of two teams with one contest.

The new Tottenham stadium will feature the world's first dividing, retractable soccer pitch - with an artificial surface underneath that will be used for National Football League games and concerts - and a dedicated National Football League entrance.

The club have secured a 10-year deal with the NFL to stage two games a season in their yet-to-be-named state-of-the-art new home, which is being custom-built for both the round-ball game and American football. We are able to contemplate something as audacious as having a team in London. For the first time, however, the games will be played in consecutive weeks, as the league continues to build out its operational structure in the United Kingdom.

"The NFL holds huge value and importance to Wembley Stadium". Tottenham Hotspur and the league will split gate receipts and food, drink and merchandise sales from NFL games there.

The second game that was announced features a pair of division champions who are still alive in the playoffs.

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