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Pittsburgh Steelers v Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Pittsburgh Steelers are the last undefeated team in the NFL but figure to receive a strong test when they visit the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Pittsburgh (6-0) has recorded just two double-digit victories during its strong start but has displayed resiliency while receiving strong performances from a defense that ranks first in the NFL in total defense (286.3 yards per game) and sacks (26). Linebackers T.J. Watt (5.5 sacks) and Vince Williams share the NFL lead with 12 tackles for loss apiece. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been solid in his return from last season’s elbow injury and has thrown for 1,446 yards and 13 touchdowns against four interceptions. The Ravens (5-1) have won three straight games and will certainly be looking for a low-scoring game. Baltimore is allowing a league-low 17.3 points and just added defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (five sacks) in a trade from the Minnesota Vikings. The Baltimore passing game rates 31st in the NFL at 177.8 yards per game behind quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has thrown for 1,135 yards and 10 touchdowns against two interceptions and has added 346 yards and two scores on the ground. Running back Mark Ingram II (225 rushing yards, two touchdowns) is still dealing with an ankle injury sustained against the Philadelphia Eagles on Oct. 18.
San Francisco 49ers v Seattle Seahawks
CenturyLink Field | 8:25am AEDT
The Seahawks (5-1) will look to bounce back from their first loss of the season, a 37-34 overtime decision last Sunday night at Arizona, when they play host to the NFC West rival 49ers (4-3). San Francisco is 3-0 on the road, including a 33-6 victory last weekend at New England — Bill Belichick’s worst home loss as Patriots coach. The 49ers have relied on a strong running game (37 rushes in each of their past two games) and a defense that ranks No. 5 in the NFL, including third against the pass. Jeff Wilson Jr. rushed for a career-high three touchdowns and 112 yards at New England, but suffered a high left ankle sprain that has sent him to injured reserve. Leading rusher Raheem Mostert (ankle) is also out, but the 49ers expect RB Tevin Coleman to return this weekend. San Francisco will also be without top wide receiver Deebo Samuel (hamstring). The Seahawks’ running back corps is also thin. Starter Chris Carson left last week’s game with a foot sprain and his status for Sunday is unsure. Backup Carlos Hyde, who played with the 49ers from 2014-17, is also in doubt with a tight hamstring. Safety Jamal Adams, the Seahawks’ big offseason acquisition, has missed the past three games with a groin injury and has yet to be cleared. QB Russell Wilson has 22 TD passes through six games, tying Peyton Manning’s league record. WR Tyler Lockett became the third player in league history to have at least 15 catches, 200 yards receiving and three touchdowns in a game last week. The others are Jimmy Smith and Hall of Famer Steve Largent.
Los Angeles Chargers v Denver Broncos
SoFi Stadium | 7:25am AEDT
The Los Angeles Chargers (2-4) are looking for rookie quarterback Justin Herbert to continue his strong season when they visit the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Herbert has passed for 12 touchdowns — 10 over the past three games — while being intercepted just three times. His 1,542 yards over his first five career games is the most since Cam Newton passed for 1,610 yards over his first five games in 2011. Joey Bosa (4.5 sacks) is always a handful and the team is hoping fellow defensive end Melvin Ingram is ready to put heavy pressure on quarterbacks now that he will be playing his second contest following a three-game absence due to a knee injury. The Broncos (2-4) are coming off a 43-16 whipping by the Kansas City Chiefs and are hoping second-year quarterback Drew Lock will be more productive. Lock is recently back from an injury to his throwing shoulder and has been picked off four times over the past two games without throwing a touchdown pass. Running back Phillip Lindsay (concussion) is expected to sit out and that gives former Charger Melvin Gordon (349 yards, four touchdowns) a chance to shine against the former employers. Denver lost nose tackle Mike Purcell to a season-ending foot injury against the Chiefs.
Dallas Cowboys v Philadelphia Eagles
Lincoln Financial Field | 12:20pm AEDT
Somebody has to win the NFC East division. A prime-time matchup between the Dallas Cowboys (2-5) and the host Philadelphia Eagles (2-4-1) could help to shape a division race that is as ugly as it is intriguing. Dallas leads the all-time series 69-53 but enters this week as underdogs because of injuries at the quarterback position. Dak Prescott was lost for the season with a leg injury, and backup Andy Dalton was knocked out of last week’s game against the Washington Football Team with a concussion. If Dalton cannot play this week, rookie Ben DiNucci would make his first NFL start. Perhaps Dallas could lean more heavily on its running attack, but Ezekiel Elliott has yet to post a 100-yard effort in seven games so far this season. Philadelphia is not without warts, either, although the Eagles are in slightly better shape when it comes to health. Look for wideout Travis Fulgham to stay hot after he racked up 357 receiving yards since Week 4. This is the first meeting of the season between the conference rivals.
Los Angeles Rams v Miami Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Los Angeles Rams (5-2) will go for their second win in a row when they visit the Miami Dolphins (3-3) on Sunday afternoon. But the biggest storyline in this matchup does not have to do with the team with the better record. Instead, the spotlight will be on Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the former Alabama Crimson Tide phenom who will make his first NFL start. Tagovailoa is a skilled southpaw and the Dolphins’ 2020 first-round pick, but that does not mean his inagural start will be without complications. He faces a tough matchup against the Rams, namely defensive lineman Aaron Donald, who has incredible size and speed on the interior. Los Angeles is coming off an impressive 24-10 win over the Chicago Bears on Monday night, and it will look to keep the success going despite playing on short rest six days later. Jared Goff has a 102.4 passer rating this season for Los Angeles while throwing for 1,789 yards, 12 touchdowns and four interceptions. Miami eeked out a 14-10 win the last time it faced the Rams on Nov. 20, 2016.
New York Jets v Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The New York Jets have a tall hill to climb if they wish to record their first win of the season on Sunday. The free-falling Jets (0-7) face former NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and reigning Super Bowl champion Chiefs (6-1) in Kansas City. In addition to squaring off against Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce among others, New York will have to contend with a familiar face in Le’Veon Bell. The Jets released the disgruntled running back on Oct. 14, only to see Kansas City add Bell to its high-octane offense two days later. Bell will serve as another key cog in a potent backfield that already features rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who ranks second in the NFL in both rushing yards (551) and scrimmage yards (745). In turn, New York will look to the ageless Frank Gore and rookie LaMical Perine to make an impact on the ground and keep Mahomes and Co. on the sideline. Gore rushed for 60 yards and Perine added 40 in the Jets’ 18-10 loss to Buffalo on Sunday. Sam Darnold is at the controls of a New York offense that ranks last in the league in average yards per game (264.3) and scoring (12.1).
Minnesota Vikings v Green Bay Packers
Lambeau Field | 5:00am AEDT
The rivalry is intense as ever, even if the records will be nothing alike when the Green Bay Packers (5-1) host the Minnesota Vikings (1-5) on Sunday afternoon. Both teams are set in the upper Midwest and showcase a large, loyal fan base from neighboring states. Bragging rights are easier to come by these days for Green Bay, largely because future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers gets the job done better and more consistently than the Vikings’ signal-caller, Kirk Cousins. Rodgers (1,657 yards, 17 touchdowns, two interceptions) has a 113.4 passer rating on the season, which is miles ahead of the 88.2 passer rating of Cousins (1,475 yards, 11 touchdowns, 10 interceptions). Minnesota has been slowed by injuries, notably to running back Dalvin Cook, who reportedly will be back in action this weekend. Cook is terrific but the hottest skill player on the field might be Packers wide receiver Davante Adams, who enters the contest with 449 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 36 catches. The teams met in the season opener Sept. 13 and combined for 77 points in a 43-34 win by Green Bay. Another high-scoring affair could be in order unless wind or other weather conditions get in the way.
Indianapolis Colts v Detroit Lions
Ford Field | 5:00am AEDT
The Detroit Lions (3-3), who stumbled to a 3-12-1 mark one year ago, will look to surpass that win total when they host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday afternoon. Detroit is coming off back-to-back wins over the Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons while scoring 57 points in the process, but it will face a tougher test against the Colts’ sturdy defense. Indianapolis (4-2) has won four of its past five games and should be well rested after a bye week. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has a 94.4 passer rating this season and has thrown for 1,580 yards, 10 touchdowns and four picks. His counterpart, fellow veteran Philip Rivers, has thrown for 1,598 yards, seven touchdowns and six picks for the Colts for a 93.0 passer rating. One player to watch on Indianapolis is rookie running back Jonathan Taylor, who has 367 yards and three touchdowns in his first taste of NFL action. The Lions also feature an exciting young player in tight end T.J. Hockenson, who has 22 catches for 256 yards and four touchdowns in less than half of a season in 2020. The teams have not squared off since 2016, when Detroit managed a 39-35 win.
Las Vegas Raiders v Cleveland Browns
FirstEnergy Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Cleveland Browns (5-2) will look to match last season’s win total when they host the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday afternoon. Cleveland has won five of its past six contests as quarterback Baker Mayfield continues to grow in the offense. Mayfield has thrown for 1,392 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions this season to lead Cleveland to a winning record heading into November for the first time in years. He will no longer have star wideout Odell Beckham Jr., who tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the season. That means Jarvis Landry will move into a No. 1 role at wide receiver, and the Browns will have to turn to their depth for the secondary and tertiary receiving options. Las Vegas (3-3) still has its eyes on competing for a playoff spot but will have to bounce back from a disappointing loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. The Raiders are led by quarterback Derek Carr, who has thrown for 13 touchdowns and only two interceptions while posting a terrific 112.8 passer rating on the season.
Tennessee Titans v Cincinnati Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Tennessee Titans (5-1) will look to maintain their strong start to the 2020 season when they visit the Cincinnati Bengals (1-5-1) on Sunday afternoon. Cincinnati had the No. 1 overall pick last season as the NFL’s worst team and while Joe Burrow has shown glimpses as the rookie starting quarterback, the franchise still has a long way to go to return to respectability. Burrow has thrown for 2,023 yards, nine touchdowns and five interceptions this season while posting an 89.4 passer rating. Across the field, the Titans’ veteran quarterback Ryan Tannehill has had more success, registering a 112.3 passer rating on 1,590 yards, 15 touchdowns and two interceptions. Tannehill’s favorite target, A.J. Brown, has caught 23 passes for 332 yards and four touchdowns. This is the first matchup between the teams since Nov. 12, 2017, when Tennessee held on for a 24-20 victory. Both clubs rank in the top half of the NFL in total offense and in the bottom half in total defense.
New Orleans Saints v Chicago Bears
Soldier Field | 8:25am AEDT
The New Orleans Saints (4-2) will try to cap off a perfect October when they visit the Chicago Bears (5-2) on Sunday afternoon along the shores of Lake Michigan. New Orleans is coming off a three-point win over the Carolina Panthers, which followed an overtime win over the Los Angeles Chargers and a six-point decision over the Detroit Lions. Drew Brees has been good, as ever, posting a 105.8 passer rating while throwing for 11 touchdowns and three interceptions on the season. Chicago has a tough defense that could give Brees problems, and a blustery afternoon could add trouble for the Saints’ passing attack. However, the Bears could struggle to outscore the Saints on offense. Chicago is coming off an underwhelming loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and quarterback Nick Foles has been less than perfect since replacing Mitchell Trubisky as the team’s starter. Foles has a 77.6 passer rating while throwing for six touchdowns and six interceptions on the season. The teams also played last season, with New Orleans pulling away for a 36-25 win.
New England Patriots v Buffalo Bills
Bills Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Buffalo Bills (5-2) can go a long way in showing that the AFC East is theirs for the taking on Sunday when they host the New England Patriots (2-4), who have won the division in each of the last 11 seasons. The Patriots have shown little resemblance to any of those dominant teams, however, as they have scored a total of 28 points during a three-game losing streak that is their longest since 2002. Offseason acquisition Cam Newton has tossed five interceptions over his last two games, with three coming in New England’s 33-6 setback to San Francisco on Sunday. Former Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman barely has cast a shadow with eight catches in his last four games and zero touchdowns this season. Conversely, Josh Allen inserted his name into early NFL MVP discussion before being held without a touchdown pass in Buffalo’s 18-10 win over the New York Jets on Sunday. Still, Allen threw for 307 yards and rushed for a season-high 61 more as the Bills snapped a two-game losing skid. Buffalo would like to put an end to another streak this Sunday. The Bills have dropped seven in a row to their AFC East rivals and 35 of their last 40 meetings overall. Their home record isn’t much better in the rivalry with 15 losses in their last 16 encounters.