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Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Atlanta Falcons
Raymond James Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take aim at their first 11-win season since 2005 when they host the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. Tampa Bay already has clinched its first postseason berth since 2007 and is looking to maintain momentum. Wideout Mike Evans needs 40 receiving yards to become the first receiver in NFL history to start his career with seven straight 1,000-yard receiving seasons. Evans and Hall of Famer Randy Moss are currently tied with six. Evans also has 13 touchdown catches this season to break his own club mark. Quarterback Tom Brady has thrown a club record 36 touchdown passes. He has 4,234 yards and 11 interceptions. Inside linebacker Devin White has been a force with 140 tackles and nine sacks. The Falcons have dropped four straight games. They led the Buccaneers 17-0 at halftime two weeks ago before allowing Tampa Bay to rally for a 31-27 victory. Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan (4,316) has topped 4,000 passing yards for the 10th time and has thrown 20 or more touchdown passes in 12 straight seasons. Wideout Calvin Ridley has 82 receptions for 1,322 yards and nine touchdowns. Linebacker Deion Jones (102 tackles, 4.5 sacks) has topped 100 stops for the fourth time in his five-year career.
LA Rams v Arizona Cardinals
SoFi Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
Only one of the two starting quarterbacks will be available when the Los Angeles Rams host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday with a playoff spot on the line. The Rams will be without Jared Goff after thumb surgery following a loss at Seattle last Sunday. The Rams need a victory over the Cardinals or a Chicago Bears loss to the Green Bay Packers in order to return to the playoffs and will have John Wolford under center for his NFL debut. The Cardinals are in a win-or-go-home situation with Kyler Murray at quarterback despite a leg injury that had his status up in the air at the start of the week. The Rams also will be without top wide receiver Cooper Kupp (COVID-19) and running back Darrell Henderson (ankle). Running backs Malcolm Brown (shoulder) and Cam Akers (ankle) are ailing but might pay. The Cardinals are trying to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2015, but have not defeated a Rams team coached by Sean McVay in seven tries, giving up at least 31 points each time. The Rams are one of three NFL teams allowing less than 20 points per game at 19.3, while the Cardinals (23.3) are tied for 14th.
San Francisco 49ers v Seattle Seahawks
Levi’s Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The Seahawks (11-4) clinched their first NFC West title since 2016 with a 20-9 victory last weekend against the Los Angeles Rams, but still have a shot at the conference’s No. 1 seed with a victory and a loss by Green Bay at Chicago and a loss or tie by New Orleans at Carolina. They’d be the No. 2 seed with a win and a Packers loss. The defending NFC champion 49ers (6-9) are wrapping up an injury-plagued season in which they’ve also been displaced, playing their final three home games in Glendale, Ariz., because of coronavirus restrictions in Santa Clara County. Third-string QB C.J. Beathard threw three TD passes last week in his first start since 2018 in a 20-12 victory against Arizona. Backup RB Jeff Wilson Jr. ran 22 times for 183 yards and also caught a 21-yard TD pass. The Seahawks have won 12 of the past 14 meetings in the series, including a 37-27 victory Nov. 1 in Seattle. The 49ers had just 112 yards of total offense through three quarters in falling behind 30-7, but backup Nick Mullens replaced an injured Jimmy Garoppolo and led three TD drives in the final five minutes. Seahawks WR DK Metcalf needs six yards to pass Hall of Famer Steve Largent’s franchise record of 1,287 receiving yards in a season, set in 1985. Seattle’s defense has allowed an average of 15.0 points over the past seven games, best in the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles v Washington Football Team
Lincoln Financial Field | 12:20pm AEDT
The last remaining playoff spot is on the line in the 256th and final game of the 2020 regular season on Sunday night as the Washington Football Team visits the Philadelphia Eagles. A victory gives Washington its first NFC East title since 2015 and its first sweep against Philly since 2016, while a loss gives the division crown and No. 4 seed in the NFC playoffs to the Cowboys-Giants winner. Quarterback Alex Smith (4-1 this season) is expected to return for Washington after missing two games with a calf injury, having completed 66.4 percent of his passes for 1,420 yards with four touchdowns and six interceptions this season. Running back Antonio Gibson leads all rookies and is tied for fifth in the NFL with 11 rushing TDs and Defensive Rookie of the Year favorite Chase Young made the Pro Bowl thanks to his 6.5 sacks and four forced fumbles. The Eagles have a rising rookie star of their own in QB Jalen Hurts, who has passed for 847 yards and five TDs and rushed for 238 yards and one score in three starts since taking over for Carson Wentz. Smith, Gibson (toe) and leading receiver Terry McLaurin (ankle) did not practice Wednesday for WFT. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (neck) and wideout DeSean Jackson (ankle) were among nine Eagles who sat out Wednesday.
New York Giants v Dallas Cowboys
MetLife Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
Both the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants need a win to bolster their playoff chances when the teams meet Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J. The winner of the contest would be the NFC East champion if the Washington Football Team loses to the Philadelphia Eagles later in the day. New York is a poor offensive club that hasn’t reached 20 points in its last five games and ranks next-to-last in the NFL in both scoring offense (17.1 points per game) and total offense (297.2 yards per game). The Cowboys have averaged 36 points while winning their past three games but they often spring leaks on defense with a unit that ranks 30th in scoring defense at 30 points per game. Dallas quarterback Andy Dalton passed for a season-best 377 yards in last week’s 37-17 rout of the Eagles and has tossed nine touchdown passes over the last four games. Cowboys wideout Amari Cooper (1,073 yards) has recorded his fifth career 1,000-yard campaign. Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is still having hamstring and ankle issues and he has been sacked six times in each of his last two appearances. Star linebacker Blake Martinez has been superb for New York and is tied for third in the NFL with 140 tackles.
New England Patriots v New York Jets
Gillette Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
Typically, the New England Patriots would be entering the regular-season finale with excitement and energy about a possible deep playoff run ahead. That is not the case this season, as the Patriots (6-9) find themselves in essentially the same spot as the visiting New York Jets (2-13) heading into Week 17. Bottom line: Both teams have endured disappointing seasons and are heading to a long offseason in a matter of days. New York was on track to get the No. 1 overall pick, likely Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, but the Jets surprised the NFL world by putting together back-to-back wins against the Los Angeles Rams and Cleveland Browns. Sam Darnold will look to finish the 2020 campaign on a strong note for the Jets, while the Patriots have been tight-lipped about who will start under center in the finale. Cam Newton has led the way for most of this season, but he was benched last week during a dismal performance. The Patriots have won their last nine head-to-head matchups against the Jets, but this could be the meeting when New York finally snaps the skid against their longtime rivals.
Kansas City Chiefs v LA Chargers
Arrowhead Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
Assured of the top seed and home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs, the Kansas City Chiefs are resigned to rest or limit the action of many of their top players for Sunday’s regular-season finale against the visiting Los Angeles Chargers. The R&R movment begins at quarterback, where the Chiefs (14-1) will sit Patrick Mahomes in favor of Chad Henne, who last started an NFL game in 2014 while playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Henne is 5-for-6 for 30 yards through the air and one rushing touchdown this season. The Chargers (6-9) have won three straight and are looking for their second win at Arrowhead Stadium in the past three seasons. Quarterback Justin Herbert, who last week set an NFL rookie record by throwing for his 28th touchdown, has passed for at least 243 yards in each game during the streak. However, he’ll be without his top target, as the Chargers on Thursday placed wide receiver Keenan Allen on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Allen, who missed a Week 16 win against Denver with a hamstring injury, finishes with 100 receptions, four away from tying the single-season franchise mark. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn is 1-6 against Kansas City in his career.
Indianapolis Colts v Jacksonville Jaguars
Lucas Oil Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
Seeking their second AFC playoff berth in three seasons, the host Indianapolis Colts need a victory against the skidding Jacksonville Jaguars in Sunday’s regular season finale as well as a loss from either the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins or Tennessee Titans. The Colts (10-5) will be without left tackle Anthony Costanzo, who is out with a season-ending knee injury. Veteran quarterback Philip Rivers, 39, said this week that the prospect of Sunday being the final game of his career crossed his mind should the Colts’ playoff push fall short. Rivers has completed 68.3 percent of his passes this season while throwing for 23 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, but he and the rest of the offense struggled in last week’s 28-24 loss at Pittsburgh, as the Colts were unable to build off or sustain a 24-7 halftime lead. Jacksonville (1-14) has lost each game since defeating the Colts 27-20 in Week 1. Gardner Minshew started at quarterback in that game while undrafted rookie running back James Robinson had a strong debut in what proved to be a 1,000-yard season. But now Minshew is benched in favor of Mike Glennon, while Robinson is out with a left ankle injury. The Jaguars have been outscored 112-34 in the last three games.
Houston Texans v Tennessee Titans
NRG Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The Tennessee Titans bid to secure their first AFC South title since 2008 on Sunday when they visit the Houston Texans. The Titans (10-5), who hold the tiebreaker over Indianapolis (10-5) due to a better division record, can clinch the AFC South title with a win over Houston or a loss by the Colts to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Derrick Henry wouldn’t mind a repeat performance of his previous encounter against the tumbling Texans (4-11), who have lost four in a row. Henry rushed for 212 yards and two touchdowns in Tennessee’s 42-36 overtime win on Oct. 18. Ryan Tannehill tossed four of his career-high 32 touchdowns in that game, however he had just one on Sunday and completed 11 of 24 passes for 121 yards in a 40-14 setback at Green Bay. Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has 21 touchdowns against one interception in his last 10 games, including four scoring strikes in the first meeting with Tennessee. Watson threw for three touchdowns in a 37-31 setback to Cincinnati on Sunday, with Brandin Cooks snaring one to highlight his seven-catch, 141-yard performance. Running back David Johnson, who had two total touchdowns against the Bengals, rushed for one in the previous encounter with Tennessee.
Minnesota Vikings v Detroit Lions
Ford Field | 5:00am AEDT
The Minnesota Vikings and Lions look to rebound from deflating defeats when they conclude the regular season in Detroit on Sunday. The Vikings’ defense was extremely generous to Alvin Kamara in a 52-33 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Christmas Day, while the Lions laid down against Tom Brady in a 47-7 shellacking by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the following day. Minnesota will be without star running back Dalvin Cook (1,557 yards, NFL high-tying 16 rushing touchdowns), who will miss the game in the wake of his father’s passing. Alexander Mattison, former Lion Ameer Abdullah and Mike Boone will handle the rushing responsibilities for the Vikings (6-9). Kirk Cousins will look to continue his torrid play and exploit a lackluster Detroit defense with Adam Thielen (career-high 14 touchdowns) and Justin Jefferson, who needs 47 yards to break Hall of Famer Randy Moss’ franchise rookie receiving record of 1,313 yards in 2003. As for the Lions (5-10), Chase Daniel is poised to make his first start this season with Matthew Stafford nursing a right ankle injury. Daniel has seen action versus the Vikings, however, completing 8 of 13 passes for 94 yards in a 34-20 setback on Nov. 8.
Las Vegas Raiders v Denver Broncos
Empower Field at Mile High | 8:25am AEDT
It might feel like a formality when the Las Vegas Raiders (7-8) visit the Denver Broncos (5-10) to finish the season on Sunday afternoon. The Raiders entered the year with high hopes in their new home in the Nevada desert, and they had some highlights along the way, but disappointment proved to be the dominant feeling as Jon Gruden’s club now needs a win to end the season with a .500 record. Denver also has had a roller-coaster season under head coach Vic Fangio, which included one week in which the Broncos had no healthy quarterbacks. The Raiders won the first meeting between the teams and will go for the regular-season series sweep. Derek Carr is coming off a strong performance last week for the Raiders in which he passed for 226 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions for a passer rating of 104.5.
Cleveland Browns v Pittsburgh Steelers
FirstEnergy Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Cleveland Browns (10-5) can wrap up their first playoff appearance since 2002 with a win over the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers (12-3) on Sunday. With a loss, it become much more complicated. The Browns are treating the game as an early start on the postseason and will be seeking just their second win in the last six years against their AFC North rival. Cleveland played without each of its top four wide receivers and two starters on the offensive line in a Week 16 23-16 loss at the New York Jets, but will have both OL starters back in the fold — and possibly the WRs too if negative COVID-19 testing continues through the week. In either case, expect the Browns to feature RB Nick Chubb (959 yards, 11 touchdowns), who was held to just 28 yards against the Jets and missed the Browns’ 38-7 loss to Pittsburgh in Week 6 with a knee injury. The Steelers have already locked up a spot in the postseason and will rest, or limit the play counts, for a number of their regulars in the finale. Backup Mason Rudolph, who has just four pass attempts all season, will start in place of Ben Roethlisberger (3,804 yards, 33 touchdowns, 10 interceptions). Pittsburgh snapped a three-game skid, and four straight games with 19 points or less, with a 28-24 home win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 16.
Cincinnati Bengals v Baltimore Ravens
Paul Brown Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Ravens look to end the regular season on a five-game winning streak by beating the host Bengals to earn their third straight trip to the postseason while Cincinnati is seeking to end the year having won its last three games. The Ravens (10-5) will rely heavily on a rushing attack that has amassed an NFL-leading 2,667 (177.8 ypg) rushing yards and is one rushing touchdown away from setting a franchise single-season record for rushing touchdowns with 23 — one more than the team had last year. The Bengals (4-10-1) are 25th against the run, having surrendered 1,964 yards and a whopping 4.8 yards per carry, as only Dallas and the Texans have yielded more per attempt at 5.0. Defensively, no team has been better at forcing fumbles than Baltimore. The Ravens rank No. 1 in the NFL with 25 forced fumbles, at least eight more than any other team. The Ravens’ franchise record is 26, set by the 2000 team that won the team’s first Super Bowl. The Bengals are coming off one of their best performances of the season in a 37-31 win over the Bengals. Quarterback Brandon Allen threw for a career-high 371 yards, two touchdowns and a 126.5 passer rating. Tee Higgins, who is questionable for Sunday’s game with an ailing hamstring, had six catches for 99 yards and a score. Samaje Perine added 13 carries for 95 yards and two touchdowns as Cincinnati posted 540 yards of total offense. It is imperative the Bengals take care of the football against the Ravens, as Cincinnati has won just 2 of 21 meetings against Baltimore when it committed more turnovers.
Green Bay Packers v Chicago Bears
Soldier Field | 8:25am AEDT
The Green Bay Packers (12-3) and Chicago Bears (8-7) will square off in one of the most intriguing matchups of Week 17 on Sunday afternoon along the shores of Lake Michigan. Green Bay can clinch the No. 1 seed in the NFC — and home-field advantage throughout the conference playoffs — with a win over Chicago. Meanwhile, the Bears can clinch a playoff berth with a victory over Green Bay. There are other paths for both teams to achieve their goals, but the easiest route is to beat their longtime rivals. This will be the 202nd game between the Packers and Bears, which marks the oldest rivalry in NFL history. Position wise, the most drama will be at quarterback, where Aaron Rodgers will try to add to his MVP-caliber statistics for the Packers. Meanwhile, Bears signal-caller Mitchell Trubisky has a chance to boost his value in the free-agent market with a strong finish and the possibility of leading his team to a playoff berth. Another player to watch is Bears running back David Montgomery, who is looking for his sixth game in a row with at least 110 yards from scrimmage.
New Orleans Saints v Carolina Panthers
Bank of America Stadium | 8:25am AEDT
The New Orleans Saints still have a shot at the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs when they visit the Carolina Panthers in the regular-season finale for each team. The Saints need a victory and losses by the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks to claim home field throughout the NFC playoffs. New Orleans running back Alvin Kamara will be hard pressed to match his record-tying six-touchdown performance last week against the Minnesota Vikings. Kamara leads the NFL with 21 total touchdowns. Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who missed time with multiple rib injuries this season, is 8-3 in games he has started despite his lowest yards-passing-per-game total (249.2) since 2005. Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was with the Saints the previous two seasons and went 5-0 as a starter while filling in for Brees last season. Bridgewater is 4-10 as the Panthers starter this season and 23rd in the NFL with 15 TD passes. Carolina running back Christian McCaffrey (quad) will not play in the finale, leaving him with just three games of action and 225 yards rushing. The Saints have won seven of the last eight against the Panthers, including a 27-24 victory on Oct. 25, and have a three-game winning streak at Carolina.
Miami Dolphins v Buffalo Bills
Bills Stadium | 5:00am AEDT
The Miami Dolphins (10-5) are in for a big regular-season finale when they visit the Buffalo Bills (11-4) on Sunday afternoon. Miami has multiple ways to clinch a playoff berth, but the easiest way to do so will be to beat Buffalo. Yet the Bills would love to dash the dreams of their division rivals. Buffalo already has locked up the AFC East division title and cannot earn a playoff bye, which has been secured by the Kansas City Chiefs, but the club still could have something to gain with a victory in terms of playoff seeding. Buffalo has won six of its past seven games against Miami. One player who could make a difference is Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin, who had a career-high 169 yards from scrimmage (87 rushing, 82 receiving) to go along with a career-high two touchdowns last week. Buffalo wideout Stefon Diggs also will look to keep his positive momentum going after hauling in nine catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns last week.