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REDSKINS VS COWBOYS
FedExField | 4:00am AEDT
The Dallas Cowboys will try to bounce back from a miserable loss when they go on the road to face the Washington Football Team on Sunday afternoon. Dallas (2-4) is coming off a 38-10 shellacking against the Arizona Cardinals last week that was every bit as lopsided as the score suggested. Andy Dalton made his first start in place of injured teammate Dak Prescott, and their talent disparity was evident as he posted a 65.8 passer rating while completing 34 of 54 passes for 266 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Washington (1-5) also is in a sour mood after losing its fifth game in a row last week against the New York Giants. Washington scored a touchdown in the final minute to pull within 20-19, but head coach Ron Rivera called for a two-point conversion attempt rather than kicking the extra point to force overtime. The gamble failed, and now quarterback Kyle Allen will get another chance to snap his team’s skid. Dallas swept the season series a year ago.
RAIDERS VS BUCCANEERS
Allegiant Stadium | 7:05am AEDT
The Las Vegas Raiders will cap off a difficult week when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday afternoon. Las Vegas (3-2) is coming off an impressive win over the Kansas City Chiefs and had an extra week to rest with a bye, but those highlights were negated by a COVID-19 outbreak this week. Las Vegas placed its entire starting offensive line on the team’s Reserve/COVID-19 list, and the team’s upcoming game against Tampa Bay was bumped out of the nationally televised Sunday night slot in the event that it is postponed. If the game does go on as scheduled, it will be a new market where the 43-year-old Tom Brady gets to play a game. Brady has the Buccaneers (4-2) leading the NFC South division, although much of the credit belongs to Tampa Bay’s stellar defense. The Buccaneers rank No. 1 in the NFL with 282.0 yards allowed per game, and they are second in the league with 22 sacks. Look for Tampa Bay to stay aggressive, particularly if Las Vegas must lean on a group of backup offensive linemen. Brady has passed for 14 touchdowns and four interceptions, while Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has passed for 11 touchdowns and one pick.
JETS VS BILLS
MetLife Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The New York Jets are the lone remaining winless team in the NFL as they enter Sunday’s home game against the Buffalo Bills. The Jets have been dismal on offense with a league-low 75 points while every other team in the NFL has tallied at least 100. New York hopes to have quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder) back after a two-game absence and he was a limited participant in practices on Wednesday and Thursday. Darnold can’t perform worse than Joe Flacco, who guided the club to 10 total points over the last two games. The Jets have been outscored by an average of 18.3 points per game and they rank 29th in scoring defense (30.8). The Bills are looking to rebound from two consecutive setbacks as the bloom over a 4-0 start loses its shine. Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen threw for a season-low 122 yards in Monday’s 26-17 home loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and he vowed to play much better this weekend. Allen was solid when the Bills defeated the Jets 27-17 in Week 1 as he passed for 312 yards and two touchdowns and added 57 rushing yards and a score. Buffalo has been suspect defensively allowing 23 or more points in each of the past five contests.
SAINTS VS PANTHERS
Mercedes-Benz Superdome | 4:00am AEDT
Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will return to the city where he revived his career when Carolina travels to play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Bridgewater moved past a serious leg injury with the Vikings in 2016 by playing backup to Drew Brees the past two seasons and showing he still has what it takes to be a starter by going 5-0 when Brees missed time with an injury last season. At 3-3, the Panthers can leapfrog the 3-2 Saints in the NFC South standings with a victory. Carolina’s three-game winning streak was halted when they lost 23-16 on Sunday in a winnable game against the defensive-minded Bears. The Saints are in second place, a half game behind the first-place Buccaneers. New Orleans thought they were getting back wide receiver Michael Thomas after he injured his ankle in the season opener, but now he is dealing with a hamstring issue. The Saints put up 30-plus points in consecutive victories over the Lions and Chargers before their flow was halted by their bye last weekend. Now Brees faces a defense that is seventh in the NFL against the pass (218.8 yards per game). The 41-year old is 15th in the NFL with 266.2 yards passing per game.
PATRIOTS VS 49ERS
Gillette Stadium | 7:25am AEDT
Jimmy Garoppolo will face his former team for the first time when the San Francisco 49ers (3-3) visit the New England Patriots (2-3) on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass. Garoppolo was groomed to be the successor to Tom Brady in New England before being traded from the Patriots in October 2017 for a second-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The 28-year-old Garoppolo excelled in the 49ers’ 24-16 victory over the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday, with one of his three touchdown passes falling into the capable hands of George Kittle. The two-time Pro Bowl tight end drew flowery praise from New England coach Bill Belichick earlier this week. Belichick’s kind words may have stopped there, considering the Patriots are under .500 after the first five games of a season for the first time since 2002. Cam Newton told reporters that there is “no need to press the panic button” on the heels of the team’s 18-12 setback to Denver on Sunday. The former NFL MVP scored his fifth rushing touchdown of 2020 in that contest, however the Patriots’ 25th-ranked passing attack has come under fire this season. Former Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman has just seven catches for 66 yards over his last three contests.–Field Level Media
DOLPHINS VS CHARGERS
Hard Rock Stadium | 8:05am AEDT
Considered far better than their 1-4 record, the Chargers need to start the long road to proving it when they play host to the Jaguars on Sunday. Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert is getting closer to a breakthrough as the Chargers have lost twice in overtime during a four-game losing streak. One OT defeat was to the Chiefs, while the other was last week against the Saints. Herbert is ninth in the NFL with both a 68.8 completion percentage and a 107.1 passer rating. The defense is doing all it can to make life easier on the team’s young QB. The Chargers are sixth against the run in the NFL, allowing 538 total yards. If the Chargers are able to slow the run again Sunday it puts the pressure squarely on Jaguars QB Gardner Minshew to move the ball. He was harassed last week by the Detroit Lions defensive line completing just 25 of 44 passes for 243 yards and an interception. During a five-game losing streak, Minshew has five interceptions and has lost three fumbles. Jacksonville has scored 16 points or less in three of four games and a now faces a solid defense on the road. The Jaguars are one of the worst rushing teams in the NFL with 536 total yards on the ground.
TEXANS VS PACKERS
NRG Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Green Bay Packers look to rebound from a severe beating when they visit the beleaguered Houston Texans on Sunday. The Packers (4-1) were clobbered 38-10 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday and will certainly be looking to erase that effort from the memory. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was just 16-of-35 passing for 160 yards, two interceptions and a dismal 35.4 passer rating. Green Bay allowed five sacks — four while Rodgers was in the game. Running back Aaron Jones (389 rushing yards, five touchdowns) could be leaned on this week as the Texans rank last in the NFL in rushing defense (177.5 yards per game). The Texans (1-5) had a chance for a two-game winning streak but interim coach Romeo Crennel surprisingly went for a two-point conversion with a seven-point lead and 1:50 left against the Tennessee Titans. The move backfired as the two-point try failed and Tennessee rallied to force overtime. The Titans eventually won 42-36. Quarterback Deshaun Watson (13 touchdowns, five interceptions) has been stellar. Watson has thrown for 300 or more yards in three consecutive games — he has 1,786 overall — and tossed a season-best four touchdown passes against the Titans. Houston is allowing 30.3 points per game and figures to have trouble slowing down a motivated Rodgers.
BRONCOS VS CHIEFS
Empower Field at Mile High | 7:25am AEDT
The Chiefs still do not know if new running back Le’Veon Bell will be available Sunday against the Broncos, but in a game they still are expected to win, it would be the perfect opportunity to have a low-risk introduction to his new teammates on the field. Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire is coming off a 161-yard performance Monday against the Bills, but said this week he is ready and willing to share the load. He could have the rushing spotlight all to himself for one more week, anyway. Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes continues to look determined as ever with 1,699 passing yards, fifth in the NFL heading into Week 7 play. The Chiefs need better defense against the run with 872 yards allowed this season. The Broncos enter on a two-game winning streak, including a victory over the Patriots last week. That is the good news. The bad is that the offense could not finish off drives and they won 18-12 behind six Brandon McManus field goals. Denver running back Phillip Lindsay is back into the fold after a toe injury, joining Melvin Gordon and Royce Freeman as they try to improve on a disappointing 3.7 yards per carry. Broncos QB Drew Lock is also back, getting in the flow again with 189 yards passing on Sunday, but throwing two late interceptions.
BENGALS VS BROWNS
Paul Brown Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
The Cleveland Browns enter their Week 7 trip to face the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals with a winning record for the first time since 2014, but last week’s lopsided loss at Pittsburgh left the team feeling sunk nonetheless. Cleveland’s four-game winning streak was snapped in a 38-7 defeat, and the Browns (4-2) will aim to bounce back against a Bengals team they edged 35-30 on Sept. 17 in Cleveland. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was sacked four times and intercepted twice at Pittsburgh but told reporters this week he was eager to get back to work and “fix the problems we know are within our control.” The Bengals (1-4-1) realize their defense needs a remedy after squandering a 21-point lead in last week’s 31-27 road loss to the Indianapolis Colts, a game in which Cincinnati allowed 430 total yards, including 371 through the air. Running back Joe Mixon is averaging 93.4 rushing yards and 34.2 receiving yards in seven career games against the Browns, but his status is uncertain after he missed Wednesday’s practice with a foot injury. The Browns allowed their first 100-yard rusher of the season last week when Steeler James Conner ran for 101 yards and a touchdown. Cincinnati leads the all-time “Battle of Ohio” series 51-43.
FALCONS VS LIONS
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Sunday’s game between the visiting Detroit Lions (2-3) and Atlanta Falcons (1-5) provides a homecoming of sorts for several former Georgia standouts, namely rookie D’Andre Swift and quarterback Matthew Stafford. Swift rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns in Detroit’s 34-16 win over Jacksonville on Sunday. Stafford looks to exploit a generous Atlanta defense that is allowing an NFL second-worst 335.3 passing yards per game. That’s likely music to the ears of Pro Bowl wideout Kenny Golladay and tight end T.J. Hockenson, with the former rolling up 105 receiving yards against the Jaguars and the latter finding the end zone in each of the last two games. The Falcons took a step forward after the firing of head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff by posting their first win of the season. NFC Offensive Player of the Week Matt Ryan threw for four touchdowns on Sunday to lift interim coach Raheem Morris to his first win with a 40-23 victory over Minnesota. Seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Julio Jones found the end zone on two occasions last week to highlight his eight-catch, 137-yard performance. Todd Gurley will look to get the better of Swift in a battle of former Georgia running backs.–Field Level Media
CARDINALS VS SEAHAWKS
State Farm Stadium | 11:20am AEDT
The Seahawks (5-0) will put their undefeated record on the line in their first game of the season against an NFC West challenger. They are unbeaten (6-0-1) in their past seven games at Arizona, the last loss in the 2012 season opener in Russell Wilson’s NFL debut. Wilson leads the league this season in TD passes (19) and passer rating (129.8), guiding an offense that’s scoring an NFL-best 33.8 points per game. The Seahawks have been winning in spite of their defense, which ranks last in the NFL with 471.2 yards allowed per game, including 370.4 through the air. The Seahawks are tied for the league lead with a plus-6 turnover differential, however, and are 18th in scoring defense (27.0 ppg). Seattle had a bye last weekend while the Cardinals (4-2) are coming off short rest following a 38-10 victory Monday night at Dallas as the defense forced four turnovers and Kenyan Drake rushed for 164 yards and two TDs. That was the second-best rushing game of Drake’s career, behind the 166 yards he had in a victory at Seattle late last season. Arizona QB Kyler Murray has at least one rushing touchdown and one passing TD in each of the first six games, the first to ever accomplish that feat. LB Haason Reddick replaced All-Pro Chandler Jones (torn biceps) against the Cowboys and had two sacks. Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins leads the league with 100.2 receiving yards per game, just ahead of Seattle’s DK Metcalf (99.2).
TITANS VS STEELERS
Nissan Stadium | 4:00am AEDT
Two of the three remaining undefeated teams in the NFL square off on Sunday when the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0) visit the Tennessee Titans (5-0) in Nashville, Tenn. The clubs initially were set to face off on Oct. 4, however a COVID-19 outbreak within the Titans’ organization prompted the NFL to shuffle the schedule. Tennessee looks to ride the hot hand of Derrick Henry, who captured AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after rushing for 212 yards in a 42-36 overtime win over Houston on Sunday. Henry, who leads the NFL with 588 rushing yards, has run for a pair of scores in each of his last three games. Ryan Tannehill threw for a season-high 364 yards and four touchdowns last week for the Titans, who are off to their best start since winning their first 10 games to begin the 2008 season. Pittsburgh is doing quite fine for itself as well, with its start serving as its best since winning seven in a row to begin the 1978 campaign. Rookie wide receiver Chase Claypool has rushed for a touchdown in back-to-back games to boost his total to six total scores over his last four. The Steelers’ bread and butter is their defense, with the team leading the NFL in sacks (24) and allowing a league second-best 285.2 yards per game.–Field Level Media