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Tennessee Titans v Cleveland Browns
Nissan Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
At 8-3, the Cleveland Browns are off to their best start in three decades. Can they keep it going on the road against the Tennessee Titans (8-3)? Few would have guessed early in the season that this matchup would have been one of the most anticipated of Week 13. But here we are, with both Cleveland and Tennessee feeling rejuvenated and eager for a chance to improve to 9-3. Cleveland is a run-first team with a terrific workhorse in Nick Chubb, who enters the weekend with 719 yards and six touchdowns. Teammate Kareem Hunt adds a dynamic threat, and he has amassed 706 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Tennessee knows all about great running backs thanks to its primary offensive playmaker, Derrick Henry, who comes in with a whopping 1,257 yards and 12 touchdowns. The Titans rolled to a 43-13 win in their last matchup against the Browns in 2019, but this year could be different. Tennessee has won three in a row in the series.
Seattle Seahawks v New York Giants
Lumen Field | 8:05am AEDT
It will be a matchup of teams that entered the weekend in first place in their respective divisions when the NFC West co-leading Seahawks (8-3) play host to the NFC East-leading Giants (4-7). The Giants have overcome an 0-5 start and have won three in a row for the first time since 2016, but might be without QB Daniel Jones, their first-round pick last year, who suffered a strained right hamstring in last week’s 19-17 victory against Cincinnati. If Jones can’t go, the Giants will turn to veteran Colt McCoy, who is 7-21 as a starter but has made just three starts over the past five seasons. Giants RB Wayne Gallman Jr. rushed for a career-high 94 yards and a touchdown last week. He’s run for a TD in five straight games, tied for the longest active streak in the league. The Seahawks have had a short week after a 23-17 victory Monday at Philadelphia. DK Metcalf had 10 catches for 177 yards and leads the NFL in receiving yardage. Chris Carson returned from a foot injury that cost him four games and rushed for a TD. The Seahawks’ Jason Myers has made 26 consecutive field-goal attempts, four shy of the franchise record. Seattle’s defense is still ranked last in the league, but it hasn’t allowed more than 23 points in the past three games.
LA Chargers v New England Patriots
SoFi Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The New England Patriots are closing in on must-win territory entering Sunday’s road game against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Patriots (5-6) are in third place in the AFC East and also are the outside when it comes to the wild-card race. New England is just 1-4 on the road with the lone victory coming over the winless New York Jets on Nov. 9. Quarterback Cam Newton has thrown just four touchdown passes against nine interceptions, and he threw for a season-low 84 yards in last Sunday’s 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals. Newton (abdomen) is banged up but says he will be fine to play on Sunday. The Chargers (3-8) are en route to missing the playoffs for the ninth time in the past 11 seasons. Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert has thrown for 3,015 yards, 23 touchdowns and seven interceptions and star wideout Keenan Allen leads the NFL with 85 receptions and also has 875 yards and seven touchdowns. Defensive end Joey Bosa (7.5 sacks) had three sacks in last week’s loss to the Buffalo Bills and he appears likely to play Sunday despite a shin injury. The 27-17 loss to Buffalo’s was the team largest margin of defeat (10 points) all season.
Pittsburgh Steelers v Washington Football Team
Heinz Field | 9:00am AEDT
The Pittsburgh Steelers won’t have long to savor the flavor of their latest victory, as the NFL’s lone undefeated team finds itself saddled with a short week going into its contest versus the visiting Washington Football Team. Monday’s matchup in Pittsburgh is just five days removed from the Steelers’ 19-14 victory over arch-rival Baltimore. Conversely, well-rested Washington (4-7) has been idle since breezing to a 41-16 win over Dallas on Thanksgiving Day. Rookie Antonio Gibson had a season-best three touchdowns in that contest and has found the end zone a total of eight times over the last five games. Terry McLaurin has reeled in seven receptions in five of his last six contests for Washington. Pittsburgh (11-0) boasts a bevy of wideouts at the disposal of Ben Roethlisberger, with rookie Chase Claypool, Diontae Johnson and JuJu Smith-Schuster each totaling over 500 receiving yards. The Steelers can clinch the AFC North title with a win over Washington, provided Cleveland falls to Tennessee on Sunday. Pittsburgh can also secure a postseason berth with a win or tie, or a loss or tie by contenders Las Vegas, Miami or Indianapolis.
New York Jets v Las Vegas Raiders
MetLife Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Las Vegas Raiders will not be taking the winless New York Jets for granted when the teams meet Sunday at East Rutherford, N.J. In a rematch of a 2019 game, the Raiders hope to avenge an embarrassing 34-3 defeat to the Jets in late November of last season, when they were fighting to remain playoff eligible. It started a four-game Raiders losing streak, while the team ended its Oakland tenure losing five of six. Another Raiders motivator is their ugly 43-6 road defeat to the Falcons on Sunday that dropped them to 6-5. In the midst of a standout season, Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr lost three fumbles against the Falcons and had an interception returned for a touchdown. The Raiders had five total turnovers and 11 penalties, giving them plenty to work on in advance of a return trip to the East Coast. The Jets are 0-11 and headed toward the NFL’s sixth winless season since 1944. The last to do it was the 0-16 Browns in 2017. The Jets did nothing to show they were close to a breakthrough when they fell 20-3 to the Dolphins on Sunday. They are one defeat short of matching the longest skid in franchise history set between the 1995 and ’96 seasons. Jets QB Sam Darnold (shoulder) returned against Miami but threw a pair of interceptions.
Minnesota Vikings v Jacksonville Jaguars
U.S. Bank Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Minnesota Vikings look to continue their winning ways on Sunday when they host the sputtering Jacksonville Jaguars in Minneapolis. The Vikings (5-6) have answered a disastrous 1-5 start by emerging victorious in four of their last five games, including a 28-27 win over Carolina last Sunday. Kirk Cousins threw his third touchdown pass of the day with 46 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to inch Minnesota closer to the final NFC wild-card spot. Adam Thielen missed that contest after being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, however the Pro Bowl wideout is eligible to play on Sunday. Dalvin Cook, who leads the NFC with 1,130 rushing yards, expects to be ready to play on Sunday after injuring his ankle against the Panthers. While Minnesota is ascending in the standings, Jacksonville has dropped 10 in a row since winning its season opener. Mike Glennon will receive his second straight start after throwing for 235 yards and two touchdowns in the Jaguars’ 27-25 setback to Cleveland last Sunday. Glennon could find some opportunities to advance the ball versus the Vikings, who are surrendering the eighth-most passing yards in the league (261.3).
Miami Dolphins v Cincinnati Bengals
Hard Rock Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
It may come down to game day before the Miami Dolphins (7-4) name the quarterback who will start Sunday’s game against the visiting Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie Tua Tagovailoa has an injured left thumb and Miami coach Brian Flores is willing to wait and see how Tagovailoa’s throwing hand feels before making a decision. Tagovailoa was limited in practice on both Wednesday and Thursday as veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick gets more snaps in case he gets the call. Fitzpatrick has started seven games this season and has passed for 1,909 yards, 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Tagovailoa hasn’t thrown an interception in 97 passes over five games (four starts). Cornerback Xavien Howard leads the NFL with seven interceptions. The Bengals (2-8-1) are in a world of hurt — literally — with rookie quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) done for the season and top running back Joe Mixon (foot) out for the sixth straight game. Brandon Allen will start at quarterback for the second straight game and he was 17-of-29 passing for 136 yards, one touchdown, one interception and one lost fumble in last Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants. Safety Vonn Bell has racked up 24 tackles over the past two games and leads the squad with 85.
Kansas City Chiefs v Denver Broncos
Arrowhead Stadium | 12:20pm AEDT
Fresh off an embarrassing, quarterback-less performance against the New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos (4-7) will look to bounce back against one of the best teams in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs (10-1). Denver has lost a whopping 10 games in a row against its rival, including a 43-16 beatdown earlier this year when the teams met in Denver. Now comes a road contest for the Broncos, who did not have Drew Lock, Brett Rypien, Jeff Driskel or Blake Bortles available at quarterback a week ago in a lopsided loss to the Saints. Lock will be back under center, albeit lighter in the pocket after a team fine for violating COVID-19 protocols, this weekend. Kansas City will look to keep its hot streak going with Patrick Mahomes directing a talent-laden offense. Rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire also will look to stay hot after rushing for a touchdown in two of his past three games.
Houston Texans v Indianapolis Colts
NRG Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Indianapolis Colts bid to rebound from a costly misstep and continue their pursuit of the AFC South title on Sunday when they visit the division-rival Houston Texans. The Colts (7-4) slipped right out of the gate last Sunday, surrendering 35 points in the first half en route to a 45-26 loss to AFC South-leading Tennessee. Philip Rivers has thrown for multiple touchdown passes in four of his last six games for Indianapolis, including his first scoring strike of the season to T.Y. Hilton. The veteran wideout has ravaged the Texans in 16 career meetings, snaring 85 passes for 1,537 yards and 10 touchdowns. Rookie Jonathan Taylor was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list and will face Houston’s generous rush defense, which has averaged an NFL second-worst 154.7 yards per game. The Texans (4-7) posted their second straight win with a 41-25 victory over Detroit on Thanksgiving, however they sustained two significant losses in the six-game suspensions of star wideout Will Fuller V and cornerback Bradley Roby. Deshaun Watson, who has thrown 15 touchdown passes without an interception in his last six games, has averaged 312.0 yards passing in four career meetings with Indianapolis.
Green Bay Packers v Philadelphia Eagles
Lambeau Field | 8:25am AEDT
The Green Bay Packers look to move closer to the NFC North title when they host the sagging Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. The Packers (8-3) hold a three-game lead in the division race as quarterback Aaron Rodgers and wideout Davante Adams are having superb seasons. Rodgers has passed for 3,100 yards, 33 touchdowns and four interceptions and is three touchdown passes away from becoming the seventh player in NFL history to reach 400. Adams has caught at least one scoring pass in six straight games, and has 74 receptions for 908 yards and 11 touchdowns this season. Standout linebacker Za’Darius Smith (ankle) was added to the injury list on Thursday. He is tied for fourth in the NFL with nine sacks. The Eagles (3-7-1) have lost three straight games and are perhaps the most disappointing team in the dreadful NFC East. Philadelphia has scored just 17 points in each game of its current slide. Quarterback Carson Wentz has thrown an NFL-worst 15 interceptions and been sacked a league-high 46 times during a season in which he has passed for 2,541 yards and 16 touchdowns. The Eagles have a minus-10 turnover ratio with 21 giveaways against 11 takeaways. Defensive end Brandon Graham has a team-best seven sacks for a unit that has 26.
Chicago Bears v Detroit Lions
Soldier Field | 5:00am AEDT
Darrell Bevell will make his debut as interim coach when the Detroit Lions visit the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon. Detroit (4-7) is coming off a franchise-changing week in which it fired head coach Matt Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn. What that means for the future is not set in stone yet, but Bevell will get a five-game audition as interim coach to show whether he is capable of taking over the job on a permanent basis. He has 18 years of experience as an NFL assistant, including his most recent role as Detroit’s offensive coordinator. Chicago (5-6) is in better shape than Detroit, but not by much. The Bears opened the season at 5-1 only to lose the past five games in a row. The quarterback carousel has gone from Mitchell Trubisky to Nick Foles and back to Trubisky, who is the more mobile option but consistently has proved that he is not the best decision maker. The Bears’ defense will look to regroup after an underwhelming performance in a loss last week against the Green Bay Packers.
Atlanta Falcons v New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The New Orleans Saints will look to maintain their recent success over the rival Atlanta Falcons when the teams meet Sunday on the Falcons’ home turf. New Orleans (9-2) has won five of its past six games over Atlanta (5-7), including a 24-9 victory last month. That game marked the first career start at quarterback for the Saints’ Taysom Hill, who threw for 233 yards and rushed for a pair of touchdowns. Hill will look to continue his ascent this weekend as Drew Brees continues to recover from injured ribs. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has passed for 3,000-plus yards for the past 11 years — a streak that he secured for another year last week — and he has a potentially game-changing wide receiver in Julio Jones. Atlanta has been playing better as of late and could give New Orleans a tough test this time around.
Arizona Cardinals v Los Angeles Rams
State Farm Stadium | 8:05am AEDT
A pair of teams coming off disappointing defeats and looking to boost their NFC West title hopes will meet in the desert Sunday when the Rams hit the road to face the Cardinals. Both were upended by last-second field goals as the Rams fell 23-20 to the 49ers and the Cardinals lost 20-17 to the Patriots. The Rams (7-4) have one of the best defenses in the NFL, but their offense has been struggling of late behind underperforming QB Jared Goff. Rams head coach Sean McVay called out his QB after he lost a fumble and threw two interceptions against the 49ers. The Rams are 6-0 against the Cardinals under McVay and have scored at least 30 points in all six games. The Cardinals (6-5) are much improved on defense this season, especially against the pass. That defense held New England QB Cam Newton to just 84 yards passing Sunday, but Arizona still lost. The Cardinals will be looking to get QB Kyler Murray on track after the second-year signal caller had the lowest one-game passer rating of his career (67.0) against the Patriots. Arizona had 298 total yards on offense, well under their 403.7 average, which is second in the NFL. The Cardinals have lost three of their last four and are 3-2 at home.