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Las Vegas Raiders v Miami Dolphins
Allegiant Stadium | 12:15pm AEDT
The Miami Dolphins have missed the playoffs in 16 of the past 18 seasons but can take a big step toward making a rare postseason appearance when they visit the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday night. Miami (9-5) is one of four teams in the mix for the AFC’s three wild-card berths, and it is a hot club with eight victories in the past 10 games. Rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been intercepted just twice in 210 pass attempts and the squad got a huge boost from rookie Salvon Ahmed (122 rushing yards) last Sunday as the Dolphins totaled 250 yards on the ground in a 22-12 victory over the New England Patriots. Star cornerback Xavien Howard got tabbed to his second Pro Bowl and his NFL-best nine interceptions are one shy of Dick Westmoreland’s team mark set in 1967. Miami leads the NFL in scoring defense (18.4 points per game) as it looks to slow a Las Vegas team averaging 26.9 points. The Raiders (7-7) have lost four of their last five games and they won’t know until later in the week whether quarterback Derek Carr (groin) will be available. If not, Marcus Mariota will get the call. Running back Josh Jacobs (907 rushing yards) and tight end Darren Waller (career-best 93 receptions) have been season-long standouts and were selected to their first Pro Bowls. Las Vegas is ailing in the secondary as both safety Johnathan Abram and cornerback Damon Arnette were limited in practice Tuesday due to concussions. The Raiders have lost six of the past seven meetings against Miami.
Detroit Lions v Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Ford Field | 5:00am AEDT
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-5) have a chance to clinch a playoff berth with a win over the host Detroit Lions (5-9) on Saturday afternoon. The Buccaneers have not made the playoffs since 2007, and Tom Brady is in fine position to snap that drought in his first year with the franchise. Tampa Bay cruised to a 38-17 win over Detroit in the teams’ last meeting in 2019. That was before the arrival of Brady, who is looking for his sixth game in a row with two-plus touchdown passes. Wideout Mike Evans will go for his fourth game in a row with 100-plus receiving yards. Meanwhile, Detroit will play without interim coach Darrell Bevell, who will miss the game because of the league’s COVID-19 protocols. That means wide receivers coach Robert Prince will take the helm, and quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan will take over play-calling responsibilities. That’s a great chance for Ryan, but he never has called plays at the NFL level.
Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers
State Farm Stadium | 8:30am AEDT
The 49ers (5-9) have lost three in a row entering Saturday’s road matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. The last two losses have come against NFC East lightweights — Washington and Dallas — and now they’ll finish against a pair of NFC West heavyweights — Arizona and Seattle. Adding serious injury to the insult of losing to the Cowboys without their star quarterback and running back, the 49ers fear their starting QB in the Dallas game — Nick Mullens — will need Tommy John surgery to repair damage in his right elbow suffered last week. C.J. Beathard, 1-9 in his career as a starter, is expected to get the start against Arizona, with Josh Rosen, signed off the Tampa Bay practice squad this week, serving as the backup. The 49ers also announced this week that top running back Raheem Mostert (ankle) will be shut down as well. The Cardinals (8-6) can clinch an NFC playoff spot this week with a home win over the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday and a Chicago (7-7) loss to Minnesota (6-8) on Sunday. Whereas the 49ers have lost consecutive games to NFC East teams by a total of 16 points the past two weeks, the Cardinals have taken advantage of the soft patch in their schedule by beating the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles by a total of 26 points. Kyler Murray threw for a season-best 406 yards and three touchdowns in last week’s 33-26 win over the Eagles. He did most of his damage on the ground (91 yards and a score) in Arizona’s season-opening, 24-20 win at San Francisco. The Cardinals could find themselves this week without star linebacker Haason Reddick, who suffered a shoulder injury in the Philadelphia game.