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REDSKINS VS GIANTS
FedExField | 5:00am AEDT
The NFC East has not delivered much notable football this season but the first matchup between the New York Giants and Washington Football Team at least provided a significant memory. Less than three weeks ago, the Giants earned a 20-19 victory after Washington scored a TD with 36 seconds remaining and failed to convert a 2-point conversion. The teams meet Sunday at Washington with just three victories combined among them. Washington is in contention to win the division, even at 2-5, since the first-place Eagles are just 3-4-1. The Giants have lost twice since defeating Washington on Oct. 18, one a 22-21 setback to the Eagles and the other a 25-23 loss to the Buccaneers. The Giants had double-digit leads in both defeats. Washington enters off its bye week, and will be two weeks removed from a 25-3 victory over the Cowboys. Washington’s defense is fourth best in the NFL, allowing 309.1 yards per game. Now it faces a Giants offense in a bit of turmoil. New York wide receiver Golden Tate complained about his lack of touches in Monday’s defeat to the Buccaneers and was disciplined by the team. And Giants QB Daniel Jones has nine interceptions on the season and at least one turnover in every game.
TITANS VS BEARS
Nissan Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Tennessee Titans and Chicago Bears each will try to snap a two-game skid when they meet Sunday afternoon in Nashville, Tenn. The Titans (5-2) won the first five games of the regular season but have lost back-to-back contests against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. In their most recent contest, Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill passed for 233 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Tannehill will face a challenge against Chicago (5-3), which is coming off back-to-back losses against the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints. The Bears are led on defense by Khalil Mack, while Eddie Jackson is the mainstay of the secondary. Nick Foles (1,411 yards, 11 touchdowns, seven interceptions) is on track to make his sixth start for Chicago.
BUCCANEERS VS SAINTS
Raymond James Stadium | 12:20pm AEDT
First place in the NFC South is on the line but the duel between Tom Brady and Drew Brees represent the overwhelming story line as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2) host the New Orleans Saints (5-2) on Sunday night. Tampa Bay is thriving in the 43-year-old Brady’s first season with the organization and he has thrown 561 career touchdown passes, one ahead of Brees on the all-time list. Brees, 41, is dealing with soreness in his throwing shoulder but he will surely be on the field as the Saints aim for their fifth straight win. Running back Alvin Kamara (foot) and receiver Michael Thomas (ankle/hamstring) are dealing with ailments but the expectation is that both key offensive players will be on the field. Controversial receiver Antonio Brown is slated to make his Tampa Bay debut and he asserts that he has changed his attitude after playing in just one NFL game over the past 1 1/2 season. Fellow wideout Chris Godwin (finger) should be back on the field as the Buccaneers shoot for their fourth straight win. New Orleans beat Tampa Bay 34-23 in Week 1 when Brees and Brady both threw two touchdown passes but Brady also tossed two interceptions in his team debut.
CHARGERS VS RAIDERS
SoFi Stadium | 8:05am AEDT
The Los Angeles Chargers’ defense will be in the spotlight when the team plays host to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. The Chargers have blown leads of at least 16 points in each of their last four games, although they did win one of them on Oct. 25 against the Jaguars. It has led to a 2-5 record that has yanked the spotlight away from an impressive rookie season from QB Justin Herbert. Not only does Herbert lead the AFC with 303.3 yards passing per game, he has three or more TD passes in four consecutive games, becoming just the second rookie to do so along with Deshaun Watson. The Raiders are 4-3, with much of that success on the road where they have gone 3-1, including a victory at Kansas City and one last week, 16-6 at Cleveland. The Raiders’ acclaimed offensive line is still trying to get on the field at the same time, but a patchwork-quilt plan is still doing well. Raiders running back Josh Jacobs had a career-best 128 yards last week, a clutch effort since the offense was trying to keep the ball out of the air and away from high winds at Cleveland. The Chargers have lost eight consecutive regular-season games to AFC West opponents.
VIKINGS VS LIONS
U.S. Bank Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Minnesota Vikings will go for back-to-back wins when they host the Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon. Minnesota (2-5) is coming off a 28-22 win over the divison rival Green Bay Packers. The game featured a terrific performance from running back Dalvin Cook, who scored three touchdowns on the ground and one more through the air. Cook will look for another big splash against the Lions, who have been good but not great against the run this season. Detroit (3-4) will try to climb back to a .500 record after sustaining a disappointing 41-21 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last week. Prior to that loss, the Lions had reeled off back-to-back wins over the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars. Detroit is led by wideout Kenny Golladay with 338 yards and two touchdowns, but a hip injuury will sideline him against the Vikings. Minnesota figures to rely heavily once again on Cook, who ammased 226 yards from scrimmage during last week’s contest.
CHIEFS VS PANTHERS
Arrowhead Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Carolina Panthers are expected to have all-pro running back Christian McCaffrey available after he missed the past six games with a high ankle sprain. Still, his reps are bound to be monitored, and running back Mike Davis will be ready for extensive playing time. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been bothered by a sore neck suffered in the Oct. 29 loss to Atlanta, but the extra few days of recovery should aid that situation. Defensive end Marquis Haynes, who shares the team lead with three sacks, sat out Thursday’s practice because of a shoulder injury, though safety Jeremy Chinn (knee) was back in a limited capacity. The Panthers are trying to shed a three-game losing streak that came after a three-game winning streak. The Kansas City Chiefs are rolling again, with quarterback Patrick Mahomes the reigning AFC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for five touchdowns and 416 yards against the New York Jets. The Chiefs have won three games in a row. They have scored more than 30 points in five of their eight games. The Chiefs could have receiver Sammy Watkins, who has missed the past three games, in action as he has been a limited practice participant this week. Pro Bowl defensive tackle Chris Jones, who has 4.5 sacks, was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. The Chiefs also announced Thursday that a staff member tested positive for coronavirus, so meetings were held virtually following practice.
JAGUARS VS TEXANS
TIAA Bank Field | 5:00am AEDT
The Jacksonville Jaguars (1-6) will turn to a familiar foe when they host the Houston Texans (5-3) on Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville is coming off a hard-fought 39-29 loss against the Los Angeles Chargers, which marked the sixth straight loss for a team that has had one winning season since 2008. Injuries at the quarterback position will prompt the Jaguars to turn to rookie Jake Luton, a sixth-round pick out of Oregon State, who is expected to make his starting debut. Luton was not the most highly touted signal-caller in the draft class, but he possesses a big arm and could help Jacksonville open up its offensive attack. Houston has a star quarterback in Deshaun Watson, who has 300-plus passing yards in each of his last four games. On the season, Watson has thrown for 2,095 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions. The Texans are coming off a bye.
COLTS VS RAVENS
Lucas Oil Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will look to bounce back against the host Indianapolis Colts on Sunday after throwing two interceptions and fumbling twice in a Week 8 home loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 28-24 defeat dropped the Ravens two games behind the Steelers in the AFC North race. The Ravens (5-2) and their No. 1 rushing attack will be without All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury against Pittsburgh, as well as starting cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who on Monday tested positive for COVID-19. Running back Mark Ingram (ankle) and wide receiver Chris Moore (thigh) didn’t participate in Thursday’s practice. Ingram missed last week’s game and has not played since Oct. 18. Baltimore has won three of the past four meetings in the series. The Colts (5-2), tied with the Tennessee Titans atop the AFC South, will try to remain unbeaten at Lucas Oil Stadium in 2020. They have won each of their first three home games this season, prevailing by 17, 29 and four points, respectively. Indianapolis routed routing the host Detroit Lions 41-21 in Week 8 behind quarterback Philip Rivers’ three touchdowns and 262 yards. With running back Jonathan Taylor struggling with an ankle injury, the Colts figure to rely on their running back depth, which includes Nyheim Hines, who caught two scoring passes from Rivers a week ago. The Colts learned Thursday a staff member had tested positive for COVID-19. Several players did not practice Thursday, but because they were considered non- high-risk close contacts, they were eligible to return Friday.
COWBOYS VS STEELERS
AT&T Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The Pittsburgh Steelers will look to remain the only unbeaten team in the NFL when they host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. The Steelers (7-0) are coming off a 28-24 win over the Baltimore Ravens, which followed a three-point victory over the Tennessee Titans one week earlier. Pittsburgh will enter this week as a much heavier favorite against Dallas (2-6), which has been sliding badly ever since the loss of injured quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys are still alive in the NFC East, which includes zero teams with a winning record, but they have not offered much reason to believe that a winning streak is in order. Dallas has lost each of the last three games by double digits after eeking out a win over the New York Giants four weeks ago. Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a 99.8 passer rating and will look to improve upon that figure against the Cowboys’ overworked secondary. For Dallas, Garrett Gilbert or Cooper Rush could have a chance to start at quarterback. Whomever gets the nod will become the fourth starting quarterback this season for the Cowboys.
BILLS VS SEAHAWKS
Bills Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The NFC West-leading Seahawks (6-1) will travel to Buffalo for the first time since 2008 to meet the AFC East-leading Bills (6-2). The Seahawks rebounded from their only loss of the season with a 37-27 victory against San Francisco last weekend as Russell Wilson threw four TD passes. WR DK Metcalf had career-highs with 12 catches for 161, including two scores. LB Bobby Wagner was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after making 11 tackles and two sacks. Seattle’s D ranks last in the NFL, but reinforcements are on the way. DE Carlos Dunlap is expected to make his Seahawks debut after being acquired from Cincinnati and All-Pro S Jamal Adams might return after missing four games with a groin injury. RBs Chris Carson (foot) and Carlos Hyde (hamstring) remain questionable. Rookie DeeJay Dallas scored twice last week, once rushing and once receiving. The Bills hung on for a 24-21 victory against New England on a wet and windy Sunday, their first at home against the Patriots since 2011. Devin Singletary had 86 yards rushing and rookie Zack Moss added 81 and two TDs in becoming the NFL’s third tandem to top 80 yards in a single game this season. WR Stefon Diggs has quickly become a favorite of QB Josh Allen with at least six catches in five straight games, tying the franchise record. DE Jerry Hughes has three sacks over the past two games, but has missed practice time this week (foot). The weather forecast is for unseasonable temperatures in the upper 60s.
FALCONS VS BRONCOS
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Broncos are on a bit of a roll by winning three of their past four games, including a rally from 21 points down for a one-point triumph against the Los Angeles Chargers on the final play of the game last week. Drew Lock, a second-year quarterback, seems to have stood out from the other signal-callers on the team. The biggest concern might be on defense as cornerback A.J. Bouye hasn’t practiced this week after suffering a concussion in the Chargers game, while cornerback Bryce Callahan made it back Thursday as he recovers from an ankle injury. The Broncos returned to the practice field Thursday after Wednesday’s pause because of coronavirus-related concerns. The Falcons have won two of three games under interim coach Raheem Morris after the 0-5 start to the season resulted in the firing of Dan Quinn. The Falcons, who are one play (Detroit’s touchdown as time expired) away from holding a three-game winning streak, continue to seek their first victory at home. Atlanta has had a bit of extra preparation time because of the Oct. 29 victory at Carolina. Receiver Calfin Ridley could be back after a foot injury wasn’t as severe as initially suggested. Ridley, who missed practice Thursday, shares second place on the NFL’s list of receptions of 20 or more yards this season with 11, while teammate Julio Jones is atop the list with 12. Atlanta defensive end Dante Fowler also remained sidelined form practice with a hamstring ailment.
CARDINALS VS DOLPHINS
State Farm Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The Miami Dolphins (4-3) attempt to improve to 2-0 in the Tua Tagovailoa era when they visit the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The rookie didn’t throw an interception in last week’s 28-17 win over the Los Angeles Rams in his NFL starting debut. A win Sunday would give the Dolphins a winning record against the mighty NFC West this season, with Miami having already beaten San Francisco and LA after a loss to Seattle. DeVante Parker, who caught 10 balls in Miami’s Week 4 loss to Seattle, has since totaled just six catches in three games, but two have gone for scores. Miami likely will be without its top two running backs this week, with Myles Gaskin (knee) on injured reserve and Matt Breida (hamstring) unable to practice. The Cardinals (5-2) hope a bye didn’t stall the momentum of a three-game winning streak when they return to action at home. The matchup gives Kyler Murray a shot at revenge against Tagovailoa, after the Alabama standout led his team to a 45-34 victory over Murray’s Oklahoma Sooners in the College Football Playoff semifinals in 2018. Despite getting a week off on a bye, the Cardinals are once again expected to be without top running back Kenyon Drake, who suffered a torn ligament in his ankle in Arizona’s 37-34 win over Seattle in Week 7. Defensive back Byron Murphy has been placed on the reserve/COVID list after testing positive upon the team’s return to practice after its bye week.