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Seattle Seahawks v Los Angeles Rams
SoFi Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
If your quarterback is struggling a bit, hope the Seattle Seahawks are coming up on the schedule. It worked for Buffalo’s Josh Allen last week, as he threw for 415 yards and three TDs in a 44-34 victory. The Rams’ Jared Goff, who has completed just 58 percent of his passes while his team has lost two of its past three games, gets his shot Sunday in the inaugural NFC West game at SoFi Stadium. The Seahawks (6-2) have a historically bad pass defense. They’ve already allowed more yards than the “Legion of Boom” did in its 2013 Super Bowl championship season and are on pace to give up 5,794 yards, which would shatter the NFL record of 4,796 held by the 2011 Green Bay Packers. Plus, starting cornerbacks Shaquill Griffin (hamstring) and Quinton Dunbar are questionable. The Seahawks might also be without their top two running backs, Chris Carson (mid-foot sprain) and Carlos Hyde (hamstring), for the second straight week. The Rams’ leading rusher, Darrell Henderson Jr. (thigh/quad), has missed practice time this week but is expected to play. The Rams (5-3) had a bye last week after a 28-17 loss at Miami. Los Angeles has been carried by its defense, which ranks No. 2 in the league. The Rams are also second in fewest points allowed (19.0), yards allowed (291.9) and yards passing allowed (197.9). DT Aaron Donald is tied for the NFL lead with nine sacks. They’ll face a tough test against MVP candidate Russell Wilson and the league’s top passing offense.
Cincinnati Bengals v Pittsburgh Steelers
Heinz Field | 8:25am AEDT
The Steelers (8-0) will try to remain the only unbeaten team in the NFL when they host the Bengals (2-5-1) on Sunday. The Steelers have dominated the all-time series with a 64-35 advantage, and they have won the past nine matchups in a row. This weekend could mark a perfect 10 for the series winning streak, but Pittsburgh has dealt with adversity this week as several players including star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger were isolated as a precaution against COVID-19. Roethlisberger reportedly has tested negative for the virus this week and expects to play Sunday, although nothing is guaranteed at the moment. Steelers running back James Conner has scored a touchdown in three of his past four games against division foes. Meanwhile, Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow will look to improve upon his record 221 completions through his first eight games in the league.
Denver Bronccos v Las Vegas Raiders
Allegiant Stadium | 8:05am AEDT
The goal for the Las Vegas Raiders, as their second half of the season begins Sunday, is to have better results at home. The Denver Broncos will make their first visit to Sin City on Sunday. The Raiders (5-3) have played just three home games, but lost the last two against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills. Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr has looked like an MVP with 2,002 yards passing, 16 touchdowns and two interceptions. To their credit, the Raiders are having success with a patchwork offensive line after the starters have played just a handful of games together because of injuries and the COVID-19 diagnosis to Trent Brown. The Broncos’ defense will be in search of some answers as it takes on Carr. The Broncos (3-5) have given up an average of 35.7 points over their last three games, but did manage to win one of those. Improvement won’t be easy after the news that defensive end Shelby Harris is out after a positive COVID-19 test. Second-year Denver quarterback Drew Lock continues to find a comfort level, passing for a career-high 313 yards and two touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons last week, but the Broncos fell 34-27. Standout rookie wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is working his way through a shoulder injury.
Philadelphia Eagles v New York Giants
MetLife Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Philadelphia Eagles look to record their third consecutive victory when they visit the New York Giants in a clash of NFC East teams on Sunday. The Eagles lead the division with a substandard 3-4-1 mark and hope to have running back Miles Sanders (knee) back after a two-game absence. Sanders (434 rushing yards) had a stellar 6.1 average per carry before being injured against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6. Quarterback Carson Wentz has been mistake-prone with 16 turnovers, including an NFL-worst 12 interceptions. Defensive end Brandon Graham has been solid with seven sacks but Philadelphia has just three interceptions and its minus-7 turnover margin is tied for 30th in the NFL. Giants quarterback Daniel Jones also has been a turnover machine and he has committed 36 in 21 career starts, the worst ratio to begin a career since colossal bust Ryan Leaf had 41 miscues during a similar span. Disgruntled wideout Golden Tate missed last Sunday’s 23-20 win over the Washington Football Team for disciplinary reasons and now is in jeopardy of sitting out due to a knee injury sustained in practice. New York linebacker Blake Martinez is shining for the defense with an NFL-best 92 tackles. The Giants outplayed the Eagles for most of the game on Oct. 22 before Wentz threw two touchdown passes in the last 4:36 to give Philadelphia a 22-21 victory.
San Francisco 49ers v New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome | 8:25am AEDT
The Saints (6-2) are riding a five-game winning streak and are coming off perhaps their best all-around performance in years. They routed host Tampa Bay 38-3 last Sunday to replace the Buccaneers stop the NFC South. QB Drew Brees had his full complement of receivers as All-Pro Michael Thomas and former Niner Emmanuel Sanders were healthy and returned from multiple-game absences. Brees connected with 12 different receivers and threw four touchdown passes and just six incompletions. RB Alvin Kamara already has more than 1,000 yards from scrimmage this season. The defense added three interceptions of Tom Brady, who suffered the most-lopsided defeat of his career. San Francisco beat New Orleans 48-46 in one of the most memorable games of last season, but the Niners are missing several key players for this rematch because of injury. Nick Mullens will start at quarterback in place of injured Jimmy Garoppolo for the fourth time this season as San Francisco (4-5 and last in the NFC West) tries to end a two-game losing streak before entering its bye week. The Niners, who haven’t played since a 34-17 home loss to Green Bay on Nov. 5, will also be without DE Joey Bosa, DT Dee Ford, RB Raheem Mostert and TE George Kittle.
Baltimore Ravens v New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium | 12:20pm AEDT
The Baltimore Ravens aim to extend a pair of gaudy streaks on Sunday night when they face the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. The Ravens (6-2), who posted a 24-10 win in Indianapolis last Sunday, have won 10 straight road games overall and have forced a turnover in 21 consecutive contests. Baltimore has yet to win a regular-season game at Gillette Stadium, however it has emerged victorious in two playoff contests in Foxborough. Lamar Jackson, who rushed for a touchdown against the Colts, recorded three scores (two rushing, one passing) in the Ravens’ 37-20 victory over the Patriots on Nov. 3, 2019. Baltimore will look to use its top-ranked rushing attack against New England’s 25th-ranked rush defense on Sunday. As for the Patriots (3-5), they snapped their first four-game losing skid since 2002 by rallying from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter for a 30-27 win over the New York Jets on Monday. Cam Newton posted his third two-touchdown rushing performance in the victory. Newton, himself a former NFL MVP, has not thrown a touchdown pass in each of his last four games. Jakobi Meyers notched career highs in both catches (12) and receiving yards (169) in his last game.
Los Angeles Chargers v Miami Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium | 7:05am AEDT
A pair of rookie quarterbacks making their mark on the NFL will meet Sunday when Justin Herbert’s Los Angeles Chargers head east to face Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins. Tagovailoa, the No. 5 selection in the most recent NFL draft, is 2-0 as a starter and the victories have come against a pair of NFC playoff contenders in the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals. Overall, Miami (5-3) has won four consecutive games. The meeting with the Cardinals was another showcase of young QBs as Tagovailoa got the best of Kyler Murray. Miami’s defense and special teams were the star of the show against the Rams, but Tagovailoa got things going against Arizona, throwing for 248 yards and two touchdowns. Herbert, the No. 6 selection in the draft, has been effective on an individual basis, with 17 TD passes to five interceptions, including multiple TD passes in five consecutive games. But the hard-luck Chargers are 2-6 and their most recent heartbreaker came last week against the Las Vegas Raiders when Herbert’s potential game-winning TD pass to Donald Parham Jr. as time expired was negated by replay. After four defeats while blowing a lead of 16 points or more, the Chargers were on the cusp or rallying from an 11-point deficit against the Raiders, but that road proved unsuccessful as well.
Jacksonville Jaguars v Green Bay Packers
Lambeau Field | 5:00am AEDT
Aaron Rodgers looks to continue his banner season when the Green Bay Packers host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Rodgers has thrown 24 touchdown passes over the first eight games and is on pace to surpass his career high of 45 in 2011. He has passed for 2,253 yards and been intercepted just twice. The Packers rank third in the NFL in scoring at 31.6 points per game and that lofty production has occurred despite star wideout Davante Adams missing two-plus games this season. Adams is healthy now and has 30 receptions for 422 yards and six touchdowns over the past three games. Linebacker Za’Darius Smith has seven sacks for a defensive unit that will try to frustrate Jacksonville rookie quarterback Jake Luton. The sixth-round draft choice from Oregon State was superb in his first career NFL start last Sunday by passing for 304 yards and accounting for two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) during a 27-25 loss to the Houston Texans. Luton is starting in place of Gardner Minshew II (broken thumb). A huge problem for the Jaguars has been the defense as they have allowed at least 30 points in six consecutive games prior to “only” allowing 27 to Houston. Safety Andrew Wingard (core muscle) could return after missing the past three games.
Washington Football Team v Detroit Lions
Ford Field | 5:00am AEDT
Two teams with losing records will get together when the Washington Football Team (2-6) visits the Lions (3-5) on Sunday. The Lions have won four of the past five matchups between the teams, although Washington took the last game when it won 19-16 on Nov. 24, 2019. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has passed for 1,104 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions against Washington during his career. Meanwhile, Alex Smith’s remarkable comeback story is set to continue this weekend against Detroit. The veteran quarterback passed for 325 yards last week, which marked the 13th time in his career that he has surpassed 300 passing yards. Washington will look to help Smith with a running game, and Antonio Gibson is vying for his third contest in a row with a rushing TD.
Houston Texans v Cleveland Browns
FirstEnergy Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
Baker Mayfield cleared COVID-19 protocol and is ready to roll against the Texans in a matchup with Deshaun Watson. Neither quarterback has a full complement of weapons. Browns running back Nick Chubb said Wednesday he wasn’t confident he’d be back this week but returned to the practice field. Watson was without David Johnson (concussion), but former Browns running back Duke Johnson is primed to play a bigger role he thinks could be significant, especially if the forecast for wet weather sticks. Mayfield has the Browns at 5-3 thanks to plenty of help from defensive end Myles Garrett (9.0 sacks). Watson could be under heat steadily. He has 17 touchdowns and five interceptions this season and enters this game with an NFL-record streak of five straight games with 275 passing yards and a 105-plus rating in five straight games. The Texans have won the past five meetings.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Carolina Panthers
Bank of America Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Buccaneers are coming off a 38-3 whipping from New Orleans in one of the worst games in Tom Brady’s 21-year NFL career. He was intercepted three times, with the final score the most-lopsided defeat with Brady as a starter. Tampa Bay goes of a season sweep of the Panthers after a 31-17 home victory in Week 2 — a game that also followed a loss to the Saints. Tampa Bay set an NFL record for fewest rushing attempts with five last week, but running back Leonard Fournette had 103 rushing yards on 12 attempts in the first meeting with Carolina. Left guard Ali Marpet should be back after sitting out vs. last week while in the concussion protocol, though cornerback Carlton Davis was out of Thursday’s practice with a knee injury. Meanwhile, the Panthers try to break a four-game losing streak and they’ll probably have to do it without all-pro running back Christian McCaffrey, who’s out with a shoulder injury. McCaffrey had a six-game absence with an ankle injury before returning to play last week at Kansas City, where he was injured again. Carolina’s three victories this season came without McCaffrey on the field. The four-game skid has involved average margins of five points per game. The Panthers’ three victories have come against teams with a combined 10-15 record. Rookie safety Jeremy Chinn (knee) is expected back in action, yet defensive end Bryan Burns is dealing with groin soreness.
Buffalo Bills v Arizona Cardinals
State Farm Stadium | 8:05am AEDT
Get ready for a potential offensive showdown in the desert when the Bills (7-2) visit the Cardinals (5-3) on Sunday. The game features a pair of terrific, dynamic quarterbacks in Kyler Murray of the Cardinals and Josh Allen of the Bills. Both can make plays with their arm as well as their feet, and they might be licking their chops against opposing defenses that have proved leaky at times this season. Buffalo has won six of the past seven games between the franchises, but Arizona comes in hot, having scored at least 30 points in four straight contests. Although the quarterbacks will attract the spotlight, the game also features two star wideouts in DeAndre Hopkins of the Cardinals and Stefon Diggs of the Bills.