Panthers at Bucs (Thursday 8:25pm)
It’s time to fire up that countdown clock to Greg Schiano’s firing day in Tampa. The Bucs are winless and now without Doug Martin.
Dolphins at Patriots (Sunday 1pm)
The good news is that the Pats are finally getting some players back: Gronk, Talib, Amendola. The bad news is that Tom Brady hasn’t
thrown a TD pass in 2 of his last 3 games.
Cowboys at Lions (Sunday 1pm)
Expect an offensive explosion here.
Browns at Chiefs (Sunday 1pm)
Sure, KC’s undefeated but yet again, they’ll play another wounded team. Wait until they have to play Denver twice in two weeks in late November.
Bills at Saints (Sunday 1pm)
Slim. None. Those are the chances the Bills could actually win this game.
Giants at Eagles (Sunday 1pm)
Hard to believe that after winning just one game, the Giants could actually get back into the NFC East race with a win here. Expect Michael Vick back this week.
49ers at Jaguars in London (Sunday 1pm)
The Jags better hope the Niners are very jet-lagged here.
Steelers at Raiders (Sunday 4pm)
Quietly, the Steelers are starting to get their offense back to a respectable level.
Jets at Bengals (Sunday 4pm)
Jets have won the last four against Cincy, but it’s NY’s week to lose after beating the Patriots last Sunday.
Redskins at Broncos (Sunday 4:25pm)
Lucky Redskins, they get to face an underachieving Peyton Manning after Denver’s first loss of the season Sunday night in Indianapolis.
Falcons at Cardinals (Sunday 4:25pm)
This is a game the Falcons should win. But these are not last year’s Falcons my friends.
Packers at Vikings (Sunday 8:30pm)
Josh Freeman threw 53 passes in a loss at the Giants. Now, after a concussion, it’s Christian Ponder taking Freeman’s spot at QB. Lucky Packers!
Seahawks at Rams (Monday 8:30pm)
Who will score more – the Rams or the World Series-playing Cardinals?
Last week: 9-6