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Washington Football Team v Cincinnati Bengals
FedExField | 5:00am AEDT
The top two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft and former Ohio State teammates square off Sunday when Joe Burrow, the No. 1 pick in the draft and a steady force for the Cincinnati Bengals this season, will be pursued by Washington Redskins defensive end Chase Young. The Bengals (2-6-1) have yet to win on the road (0-4-1) this season and are out of the running in the stacked AFC North. Washington (2-7) has lost two consecutive games and seven of its last eight but remains in contention in the weak NFC East. has thrown for 2,485 yards with 12 touchdowns and five interceptions, and earned praise from across the league for his poise, accuracy and the speed with which he’s adapted to the pro game. But he’s coming off a subpar game in an ugly 36-10 road loss at undefeated Pittsburgh last week when he threw for just 213 yards and the Bengals were 0-for-13 on third down. For Washington, Alex Smith, who’s 13 years older than his counterpart is adding a spark. Smith was brilliant in his first start this season in last week’s 30-27 loss to the Detroit Lions. Smith passed for a career-high 390 yards and a career-best 38 completions.
Kansas City Chiefs v Las Vegas Raiders
Allegiant Stadium | 12:20pm AEDT
As many as nine players could be sidelined by a COVID-19 outbreak among the Raiders. Head coach Jon Gruden said the Chiefs will get Las Vegas’ best shot. That could be relative, depending on the personnel available. But the Raiders won’t have the same lineup that won in Kansas City earlier in this season. Vegas (6-3), winners of three in a row, finds itself in the midst of another COVID-19 outbreak heading into Sunday night’s AFC West showdown with the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs (8-1). Following a positive test by starting defensive end Clelin Ferrell on Tuesday, seven more Raiders defensive players were put on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday – safety Johnathan Abram, defensive tackles Maliek Collins, Johnathan Hankins and Kendal Vickers, defensive back Isaiah Johnson, defensive end Arden Key and practice squad defensive end David Irving. Kansas City, despite coming off its bye, has its own COVID-19 issues with both starting offensive tackles, Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, as well as backup Martinas Rankin going on the COVID list earlier this week after being in close contact with someone who tested positive. All could play Sunday, barring a positive test result. But Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is 18-3 coming out of the bye week.
Atlanta Falcons v New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome | 5:00am AEDT
The Saints are without Drew Brees for the next three-plus weeks and head to Atlanta planning to start Taysom Hill instead of Jameis Winston against the Falcons. Whoever plays quarterback Sunday will try to get the football regularly to Alvin Kamara, who is second in the NFL in yards from scrimmage. Kamara leads the Saints in both rushing and receiving yards, is averaging 4.7 yards per carry and has scored 11 total touchdowns. The Saints (7-2) have won six straight games, including a 27-13 home victory against San Francisco last Sunday. Winston and Hill shared snaps in the second half after Brees was injured in the second quarter.
Minnesota Vikings v Dallas Cowboys
U.S. Bank Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
Kirk Cousins broke his winless drought in primetime and now the Vikings (4-5) host the Dallas Cowboys (2-7) in Minneapolis thinking the playoffs again are a possibility. Minnesota is looking to win its fourth game in a row and climb back to .500 after an ugly 1-5 start. Running back Dalvin Cook has fueled the resurgence, but Cousins showed last week that he can headline the offense with a passing attack that includes top wide receiver Adam Thielen. Dallas has to slow Cook, who leads the NFL entering Week 11 with 954 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns, as well as Thielen, who is tied for the league lead with nine receiving touchdowns.While the Vikings come back on short rest following their Monday night win over Chicago, the Cowboys are coming off a bye and have not played since a 24-19 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 8. Dalton is 0-2 as a starter this season and has passed for 452 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. Ezekiel Elliott (572 yards, five TDs) leads the rushing attack, and Tony Pollard (206 yards, one TD) also could receive a decent chunk of playing time in the backfield.Amari Cooper leads the Cowboys with 59 catches for 655 yards to go along with two scores, but part of the spotlight Sunday could be on rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb as he takes aim at a franchise record that has stood for 55 years. Lamb has 44 receptions for 595 yards and three touchdowns on the season, and he needs three catches this weekend to break “Bullet” Bob Hayes’ rookie record of 46 catches in 1965. Hayes also holds the rookie records for yards (1,003) and touchdowns (12), and Lamb is on pace for 1,058 yards, further emphasizing one bright spot during a dismal season for Dallas.
Jacksonville Jaguars v Pittsburgh Steelers
TIAA Bank Field | 5:00am AEDT
To hear head coach Mike Tomlin tell the story, the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers are in for the fight of their season Sunday. Enter the Jaguars (1-8), who are putting a rookie quarterback on the field against PIttsburgh’s vaunted 3-4 defense. The Jaguars and rookie Jake Luton nearly upset the Packers in Green Bay last week. Juju Smith-Schuster (9.6 yards a catch, five touchdowns) has been the closest thing the Steelers have to a go-to passing target, it’s been more about a cast that includes receivers Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool and James Washington, and tight end Eric Ebron.Jacksonville will give rookie quarterback Jake Luton his third straight start after those two narrow losses. He has gone 44 of 73 for 473 passing yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Rookie quarterbacks have been good fodder for the Steelers, who are 25-4 against them since 2004, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. Most recently, Pittsburgh frustrated Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow last week in a 36-10 win. Luton will be facing a Steelers’ defense that leads the NFL with 36 sacks and is tied for first with 17 takeaways. Pittsburgh also stands a good chance of getting back cornerback Mike Hilton (shoulder), who missed the past four games but was a full participant in practice Wednesday.
Indianapolis Colts v Green Bay Packers
Lucas Oil Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The Packers offense runs up against a powerhouse defense Sunday when the Colts look to continue momentum established with a division-tilting victory at Tennessee last week. Green Bay (7-2) activated wide receiver Allen Lazard from injured reserve this week following a recovery from core-muscle surgery, and he participated in Wednesday’s practice. Fellow receiver Davante Adams missed practice Wednesday after tweaking a previously balky ankle in a Week 10 home win against Jacksonville, but indications are he will play against the Colts (6-3).Indianapolis has generated much of its defensive success behind a quick and explosive front seven. If opponents shift their focus blocking schemes on defensive tackle DeForest Buckner or another member of the defensive line, linebackers Darius Leonard and Bobby Okereke have shown the ability to pounce and make additional plays.
Houston Texans v New England Patriots
NRG Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The New England Patriots look to post their third consecutive victory when they visit the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Patriots (4-5) recorded a solid 23-17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in treacherous conditions in their last game and are aiming to go on a roll. Quarterback Cam Newton isn’t making much of an impact as a passer (three touchdowns, seven interceptions) but has found the end zone as a runner on nine occasions. Running back Damien Harris posted a career-best 121 rushing yards against Baltimore and has topped 100 in two of the past three games. Cornerback J.C. Jackson has an NFL-best six interceptions and he is looking to become the first player to record a pick in six straight games since former Minnesota Vikings safety Brian Russell in 2003. The Texans (2-7) have been unable to recover from the dreadful 0-4 start that led to Bill O’Brien’s firing. The defense can’t stop the run — it ranks last in the NFL in rushing defense (167.4) — and gave up 231 yards on the ground in last week’s 10-7 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Quarterback Deshaun Watson passed for a season-low 163 yards against the Browns. Overall, Watson has passed for 2,539 yards and 18 touchdowns against five interceptions.
Denver Broncos v Miami Dolphins
Empower Field at Mile High | 8:05am AEDT
The Miami Dolphins bid for their sixth straight victory on Sunday when they visit the Denver Broncos. Rookie Tua Tagovailoa has played a substantial role in the last three wins by throwing for five touchdowns without an interception. The fifth overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft found the end zone twice for the second consecutive contest in Miami’s 29-21 victory over the visiting Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday. The Dolphins (6-3) have made themselves at home on the road by winning each of their last three contests away from Miami. The Broncos (3-6), conversely, sport a 1-3 record at home and have lost three of their last four games overall. Denver enters Sunday’s contest with some uncertainty at quarterback, as Drew Lock sustained a rib injury during his four-interception performance in a 37-12 setback to Las Vegas last Sunday. Brett Rypien is expected to get the nod should Lock be unable to play against Miami. A rib injury is also plaguing tight end Noah Fant, who leads the team in catches (35). Jerry Jeudy continues to blossom for the Broncos, however, with the rookie reeling in 266 receiving yards over his last three games.–Field Level Media
Cleveland Browns v Philadelphia Eagles
FirstEnergy Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Cleveland Browns aim to remain within earshot of the AFC North penthouse on Sunday when they host the Philadelphia Eagles, who lead a moribund NFC East despite sporting a 3-5-1 record. The Browns (6-3) likely will rely on the running back tandem of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, with the former returning from a four-game injury absence to roll up 126 yards and a touchdown in Cleveland’s 10-7 win over Houston last Sunday. A potent ground attack would go a long way for the Browns, who will look to exploit an Eagles’ sputtering rush defense that is surrendering 133.0 yards per game. A strong rushing game also aids quarterback Baker Mayfield, who has kept the ball in his team’s hands in two consecutive contests after tossing five interceptions in his previous three. Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz will look for a bounce back game on Sunday after failing to find the end zone in his team’s 27-17 setback against the New York Giants. The Eagles are getting some mileage out of their running game, with Miles Sanders rolling up 95 scrimmage yards versus the Giants and Boston Scott adding a touchdown. –Field Level Media
Carolina Panthers v Detroit Lions
Bank of America Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Lions are down one of their top playmakers, running back D’Andre Swift, but the Carolina Panthers could be looking at a whole new backfield in Week 11. The Lions (4-5) have won three of their last five games. The Panthers (3-7) are going in the opposite direction with five straight losses.The lead-up to the Detroit-Carolina game is going to include a bit of dialogue about the health statuses of the team’s starting quarterbacks. Matthew Stafford of the Lions has a banged-up right hand coming into the week. The Panthers might be in more of a pickle after Teddy Bridgewater exited last week with a knee injury in the waning moments. Running back Christian McCaffrey will sit again with a shoulder issue.
Baltimore Ravens v Tennessee Titans
M&T Bank Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Titans are 1-3 since a 5-0 start, and the Baltimore Ravens are missing the mark badly amidst a flurry of injuries and depth issues. The playoffs are no guarantee for either team, but righting the ship doesn’t look possible given the team’s recent history. For the Titans, Ryan Tannehill hasn’t been nearly as efficient lately, including a dud against the Colts last week. Derrick Henry’s one-dimension running ability isn’t always enough. Special teams has been a Titanic headache in Tennesse. Stephen Gostkowski has missed eight of his 20 field goals, and the loss of punter Brett Kern became a big deal last week when replacement Trevor Daniel was bad. The past seven matchups and 10 of the last 13 have ended below the over. But the Ravens’ aren’t looking like the AFC heavyweight they were last season and gave up almost 180 rushing yards last week. Quarterback Lamar Jackson admitted in the offseason the Ravens took the Titans lightly in their playoff matchup in January. Baltimore won’t make the same mistake Sunday.