Colts at Titans (Thursday 8:25pm)
Who will bounce back faster: the Colts from a 30-point loss to the Rams or the Titans from a woeful loss to the previously winless Jags?
Jets at Bills (Sunday 1pm)
Does anyone really know what to expect from either of these two teams?
Ravens at Bears (Sunday 1pm)
No Jay Cutler for the Bears should keep the Ravens around for awhile.
Browns at Bengals (Sunday 1pm)
Are the Browns really on the way up? Are the Bengals really on the way back down?
Raiders at Texans (Sunday 1pm)
This game could personify ugliness.
Cardinals at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
Don’t look now, but the Cards are in the thick of the NFC playoff picture.
Redskins at Eagles (Sunday 1pm)
The only downside for Philly could be that they’re actually playing the game in Philly.
Lions at Steelers (Sunday 1pm)
Could the Lions actually get the three-peat of ending losing streaks in Green Bay, Washington and Pittsburgh all in one year?
Falcons at Bucs (Sunday 1pm)
This season can’t end fast enough for the Falcons who now have TE Tony Gonzalez injured (toe).
Chargers at Dolphins (Sunday 4pm)
Miami just lost to the previously winless Bucs, the NFL investigation into the Jonathan Martin case is underway and now, things will get worse against the Chargers.
49ers at Saints (Sunday 4:25pm)
Can Colin Kaepernik do it twice in two seasons in the Superdome?
Packers at Giants (Sunday 4:25pm)
Four in a row for the Giants?
Vikings at Seahawks (Sunday 4:25pm)
Welcome back Percy Harvin. We’re betting payback is on his mind.
Chiefs at Broncos (Sunday 8:30pm)
This is part one of the Chiefs two-part test over the next three weeks to determine if they’re for real in 2013.
Patriots at Panthers (Sunday 8:40pm)
It’s simple: can the Panthers get to 20. The Pats can but it won’t be easy against a stingy Panthers defense.
Last week: 5-9