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REDSKINS VS RAMS
FedExField | 4:00am AEDT
Dwayne Haskins was demoted all the way to third string as the Washington Football Team named Kyle Allen the starter for Sunday’s game against the visiting Los Angeles Rams. Alex Smith is now No. 2 on the depth chart. Rivera said simply he’s “here to win” and like the team’s chances with Allen at the controls. Haskins was the 15th overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, but Rivera told reporters on Wednesday that he wanted to field a quarterback with a better understanding of the offensive system put in place by Washington (1-3). Allen draws the Rams (3-1) before a stretch of games against NFC East opponents, including two with the 0-4 Giants with a visit from the Dallas Cowboys (1-3) in between. Allen played the past two seasons for Rivera and Panthers offensive coordinator Scott Turner in Carolina. He had 13 starts. Allen came in when Cam Newton was hurt and started the third game. He threw seven touchdowns with no interceptions and won his first four starts, but he and Carolina faded in the second half, losing their final eight games. The Rams have a winning record through the first four games for the fifth straight season and can finish 4-0 against the NFC East with a win against Washington. Los Angeles is coming off a 17-9 win vs. the New York Giants on Sunday. They also beat the Philadelphia Eagles (37-19) on Sept. 20 and the Dallas Cowboys (20-17) in the season opener.
TITANS VS BILLS
Nissan Stadium | 10:00am AEDT
The good news after an extended break for the Titans is everyone is pretty healthy. A previous inconclusive test was confirmed as a positive as the coronavirus count for the franchise climbed to 23 (13 players, 10 team personnel) since Sept. 24. The Tuesday game could be postponed again if more positive tests come out of the Titans organization. If it remains as scheduled, it would start at 7 p.m. ET and air on CBS. If the Bills-Titans game is played Tuesday, the NFL would push back Buffalo’s following game, which had been scheduled for next Thursday against the Kansas City Chiefs in Orchard Park, N.Y. The latter contest instead would be held Oct. 18. The NFL also moved the Patriots’ home game against the Denver Broncos from Sunday to Monday after New England quarterback Cam Newton and cornerback Stephon Gilmore landed on the league’s reserve/COVID-19 list.
SEAHAWKS VS VIKINGS
CenturyLink Field | 11:20am AEDT
The Minnesota Vikings are in the win column, but their next challenge is a big one. The Vikings (1-3) go on the road to try and beat the 4-0 Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night at CenturyLink Field. The Vikes earned a 31-23 win at Houston (0-4) in Week 4. Kirk Cousins has been erratic at best. The Vikings’ Dalvin Cook, the league’s leading rusher at 424 yards, had 130 yards and two touchdowns in the victory over the Texans. The Vikings were boosted by 100-yard receiving games from both Adam Thielen (114 yards) and rookie Justin Jefferson (103). The Cook-Thielen-Jefferson 100-yard trifecta gave the Vikings their first in a game since Nov. 19, 2000, with Cris Carter, Randy Moss and Robert Smith. Jefferson, the 22nd pick in this year’s NFL draft, is third in the league with an average of 21.8 yards per catch.
49ERS VS DOLPHINS
Levi’s Stadium | 7:05am AEDT
The Miami Dolphins (1-3) make their first ever visit to Levi’s Stadium to see a 49ers team without a win on its home turf this season. It’s the first game between storied franchises since 2016. That was a 31-24 Miami win featuring Ryan Tannehill and San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick. The rosters look quite different, to the point where all six guys who scored touchdowns in the November 2016 contest are no longer with their respective teams. Coaches Adam Gase (Miami) and Chip Kelly (San Francisco) are also gone. The 49ers have used five different starting quarterbacks — not counting Kaepernick — since that contest, with Blaine Gabbert, C.J. Beathard, Brian Hoyer, Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Mullens all getting multiple calls. Garoppolo returns Sunday from ankle injury on Friday and he will start the game. The Dolphins are contemplating a move at quarterback eventually, but coach Brian Flores is holding off on using Tua Tagovailoa for at least another week.
STEELERS VS EAGLES
Heinz Field | 4:00am AEDT
An involuntarily bye week for the Steelers brings in a 4-0 and fresh Ben Roetlisberger to face an Eagles’ team dogged by injuries. Roethlisberger has 777 passing yards in the first three games. Pittsburgh Linebackers T.J. Watt and Bud Dupree could present challenges to the Eagles’ passing game, especially against an offensive line, which shuffles yet again this week. With injuries in front of him, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has been on the move a lot with 10 rushing first downs the past two weeks.
JETS VS CARDINALS
MetLife Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Sam Darnold is out and the Jets are winless. Veteran Joe Flacco will start against the Cardinals, but he’s at the wheel of the NFL’s worst passing offense. The Jets are third-to-last in scoring defense (32.8 points per game). Flacco should have some help from running back Le’Veon Bell, eligible to come off injured reserve and was designated to return to practice Wednesday. The Cardinals (2-2) won their first two games but quarterback Kyler Murray has been limited in the past two games by his own defense. Long drives allowed by the Cardinals’ defense limited Arizona’s offense to 55 plays, and receiver DeAndre Hopkins to 41 yards on seven catches. The Cardinals said Pro Bowl safety Budda Baker is expected to return.
CHIEFS VS RAIDERS
Arrowhead Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Patrick Mahomes gets the headlines, but the Chiefs defense is making a name for itself this season. Kansas City leads the NFL in passing defense after four games. Heading into its home game Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders (2-2), Kansas City (4-0) will be coming off a performance in which it generated four turnovers and two stops in the red zone. The Chiefs are 4-0 for the fourth time in four years (an NFL first) have won 13 straight games and now are flexing some muscle on D. Frank Clark, Chris Jones and Tyrann Mathieu are coming on strong. The Raiders have a ready running game with Josh Jacobs behind a power-based offensive line. Jacobs will need a big game to make the Raiders a threat in the second half of this game.
TEXANS VS JAGUARS
NRG Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Bill O’Brien was fired as the Texans (0-4) will host the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3) Sunday in dire need of good news. All-Pro defensive end J.J. Watt Romeo Crennel, who served as defensive coordinator before moving intsaid he was excited to have Romeo Crennel at the helm. The Texans are 27th in scoring defense — 126 points allowed — and haven’t force a turnover. That’s putting abundant pressure on quarterback Deshaun Watson. The Texans rank dead last in the NFL with 294 rushing yards. The Jaguars have dropped three consecutive games.
COWBOYS VS GIANTS
AT&T Stadium | 7:25am AEDT
Dallas’ defense has been abused early in the season and the Cowboys are putting up huge numbers, but losing shootouts on a weekly basis. Prescott is on pace to shatter Peyton Manning’s single-season passing record by nearly 1,300 yards. His 1,690 passing yards through the first four games are 133 more than the previous record total of Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, who set the mark when he played with the then-St. Louis Rams in 2000. Prescott completed 41 of 58 passes for a career-high 502 yards on Sunday to become the first player in NFL history to throw for 450 yards or more in three consecutive games. Former Cowboys coach and now Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett is at the helm of a group averaging 11.8 points per game, last in the NFL. New York’s running game is gaining steam. Devonta Freeman, Dion Lewis and Wayne Gallman record 14 carries for 91 yards (6.5 yards per carry) in the second half of a 17-9 setback to the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday. The Giants could also see the return of safety Jabrill Peppers. The Cowboys won’t have left tackle Tyron Smith, who is out for the season.
BROWNS VS COLTS
FirstEnergy Stadium | 7:25am AEDT
Key injuries for the Colts, to left tackle Anthony Castonzo (ribs) and linebacker Darius Leonard, change the complexion of the visit to the Browns. Cleveland is without Nick Chubb (knee), but the Browns are deep enough at the position they’ll be able to attack the NFL’s No. 1 defense. Hunt (71 yards, two touchdowns) and rookie D’Ernest Johnson (95 yards) helped beat up the Cowboys last week. The Colts win with a dominant offensive line, but subtracting Castonzo for the first time in 136 games is significant.
RAVENS VS BENGALS
M&T Bank Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Joe Burrow has put up big numbers for the Bengals and running back Joe Mixon has contributed significantly for Cincinnati. A stiff test arrives Sunday at Baltimore, where Burrow lines up across from former LSU teammate Patrick Queen — Baltimore’s first-rounder in 2020. quarterback had a season for the ages last season when the Ravens led the NFL in scoring (33.2 points per game) and ranked second in total offense (407.6 yards per game). But the production has dropped to seventh in scoring (30.5) and 25th in total offense (341.5) through four games this season. The passing attack stands 31st at 180.8 per game, ahead of only the dismal New York Jets (179.5). That is a stat that irritates the 23-year-old Jackson as he enters his first career matchup with Burrow of the Bengals.Jackson has passed for 769 yards and seven touchdowns against one interception.
FALCONS VS PANTHERS
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Falcons have won five straight and eight of the past nine meetings with the Panthers, but Atlanta is winless.The Panthers (2-2) snapped a 10-game losing streak to win back-to-back games. The Falcons are off to an 0-4 start after Monday night’s 30-16 road setback to undefeated Green Bay. The Panthers are minus All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey, who’s likely to miss a couple of more games with an ankle injury. Running backs Mike Davis and Reggie Bonnafon have combined to fill some of the void. Atlanta hasn’t had Julio Jones, who left Monday night’s game with a first-half hamstring injury. There’s a chance that the Falcons could have defensive end Takk McKinley (groin) back but are all sorts of banged up in the secondary.