Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers (Thursday 8pm)
The Browns have the best pass defense in the league, unfortunately for them, they don’t have a lot of wins to show for it. The Steelers are getting better each week.
New England Patriots at Washington Redskins (Sunday 1pm)
Washington, DC is the only NFL city the Patriots have never won in….until Sunday.
Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens (Sunday 1pm)
The Colts are right on target to go 0-16. Baltimore will not stand in their way.
Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals (Sunday 1pm)
The Texans are definitely lacking some firepower with QB Matt Schaub and WR Andre Johnson injured again (hamstring/knee), but the defense is doing the job. Bengals face a must win here to stay in the AFC Playoff Chase.
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (Sunday 1pm)
Would you believe the Panthers are outscoring the Falcons so far this season (290-264)? But, Carolina’s defense has been brutal, giving up 324 points (4th worst in the league).
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions (Sunday 1pm)
If the Vikings had RB Adrian Peterson, this would could be interesting. Detroit needs to right the ship if they want to make a run at the NFC Playoffs. Silly penalties (over 200 yards worth in total yards lost) cost them last week in New Orleans.
Tampa Bay Bucs at Jacksonville Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
The good thing is that much of the Nation will not have to suffer through this one.
Philadelphia Eagles at Miami Dolphins (Sunday 1pm)
QB Michael Vick is back for the Eagles. You have to wonder if the rest of his teammates will show up as well.
Kansas City Chiefs at NY Jets (Sunday 1pm)
It’s never easy for the Jets, but they are surviving.
New Orleans Saints at Tennessee Titans (Sunday 1pm)
The Saints are the NFL’s version of Albert Pujols – they are an offensive machine!
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals (Sunday 4pm)
Now that the 49ers have clinched the NFC West, their sights are now set on getting a first round bye.
Chicago Bears at Denver Broncos (Sunday 4pm)
Can Tebow-Mania take over Da Bears? Sure can now that QB Jay Cutler and RB Matt Forte are out for Chicago.
Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers (Sunday 4:15pm)
Could this be the Packers toughest test in their quest to go 16-0? Could be if QB Carson Palmer can stop throwing interceptions. But, that’s not likely.
Buffalo Bills at San Diego Chargers (Sunday 4:15pm)
Are the Chargers about to make their annual December run?
NY Giants at Dallas Cowboys (Sunday 8:20pm)
It’s essentially a playoff game for both teams if either wants to win the NFC East. Maybe the Cowboys will stop head coach Jason Garrett from calling timeouts this week.
St.Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks (Monday 8:30pm)
Give yourself an early Holiday Gift and pass on watching this one.
Last week: 8-8