Texans at Lions (Thursday 12:30pm)
The Battle of the Johnsons: Andre vs. Calvin. The Lions are more desperate.
Redskins at Cowboys (Thursday 4:30pm)
RGIII comes home. Can he ruin Thanksgiving for Jerry Jones and the Boys?
Patriots at Jets (Thursday 8:30pm)
No Rob Gronkowski (broken forearm) for the Pats. Just means more for the rest of the New England receivers.
Vikings at Bears (Sunday 1pm)
Chicago desperately needs Jay Cutler back for this one.
Raiders at Bengals (Sunday 1pm)
Don’t look now, but the Bengals are making a bee-line for the playoffs.
Steelers at Browns (Sunday 1pm)
It’s down to Charlie Batch and Brian Hoyer for the Steelers. This could be an early Christmas presenet for the Dawg Pound.
Bills at Colts (Sunday 1pm)
Back at home, Andrew Luck gets back in the groove after a rough outing in Foxboro.
Broncos at Chiefs (Sunday 1pm)
Two teams headed in opposite directions. Denver towards the playoffs and the Chiefs towards the #1 pick.
Seahawks at Dolphins (Sunday 1pm)
be surprised by a Seattle win, but tough spot going 3,000 miles against
a team that’s got 10 days rest on a holiday week.
Falcons at Bucs (Sunday 1pm)
The Bucs can prove that they belong with the Big Boys with a victory at home here.
Titans at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
Chad Henne threw for 4 TD’s last week. Yeah, let that one marinate for a bit.
Ravens at Chargers (Sunday 4pm)
The Ravens just aren’t the Ravens away from Baltimore.
Rams at Cardinals (Sunday 4:25pm)
The Cardinals 6-game losing streak started on a Thursday night in St.Louis. Might be a good time to end it, no?
49ers at Saints (Sunday 4:25pm)
Short week, long travel for SF. Saints are as hot offensively as any team in the league.
Packers at Giants (Sunday 8:20pm)
This one lives and dies on the right arm (tired or not) of Eli Manning.
Panthers at Eagles (Monday 8:30pm)
Get your popcorn ready for Nick Foles vs. an underachieving Cam Newton.
Last Week: 12-2