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Week 9 might not hold any surprises as huge as the Jay Cutler-led Chicago Bears upsetting the NFC North first-place Minnesota Vikings, but there’s still plenty of intrigue surrounding this slate of matchups.

Looking at the schedule for Week 9 of the 2016 NFL season, you can already tell it’s going to be hard to figure out which games to watch. The slate is jam-packed with high-quality action throughout to day. Only making the decision harder is the fact that it’s a balanced schedule on Sunday. Rather than a boatload of 1 p.m. ET kickoffs and a pair of late-afternoon games, there are six early game to four late-afternoon games. That only makes the decision harder, but also makes you thankful for NFL RedZone. (Click here for NFL Week-9 picks without regard to the spread.)

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NFL: Week-9

When: Sunday, November 06, 2016

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Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens:

Pittsburgh

Baltimore

2:00 PM (ET) CBS M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

If you’ve been frantically Googling for the past 24 hours trying to figure out if Ben Roethlisberger is going to play or not on Sunday, we have some bad news for you: No one knows yet, and the only person who might know.

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The Ravens need to get to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, slow running back Le’Veon Bell and limit receiver Antonio Brown. Baltimore can take advantage of a returning healthy offensive line and some new wrinkles under Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.

Ravens Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees has seen a lot of running backs in his 37 years of coaching football. This week, Pees said Bell is “one of the best backs I think I’ve ever gone up against.” Bell has a very unique, patient style. He’ll take his time getting to the line of scrimmage, then burst through a hole when it opens up.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will travel to play their AFC North rival Baltimore Ravens in the Charm City in Week 9. The Steelers are sporting a nifty 4-3 record, coming off back-to-back losses, while the Ravens have stumbled as of late and are 3-4 with four consecutive defeats.

Dallas Cowboys at Cleveland Browns:

Dallas

Cleveland

12:00 PM (ET) FOX FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

The Dallas Cowboys sit atop the NFC after a huge win over the rival Philadelphia Eagles while the Cleveland Browns haven’t won a pro football game since December 12, 2015.

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As Dak Prescott continues to rack up wins, the Dallas Cowboys decision about whether to make him the permanent starting quarterback becomes easier. The rookie quarterback and the Cowboys will try to win their seventh straight game when they play at the Cleveland Browns.

While there is no such thing as a sure thing in the NFL, if the Cowboys lose in Cleveland on Sunday a lot of Survivor Pools are going to be massacred by Monday. To consider: the Browns, a seven-point underdog at home.

While Prescott leads most Rookie of the Year midseason awards lists, his greatest competition is the guy behind him in the Cowboys’ backfield. Ezekiel Elliott leads the NFL in rushing (799 yards) and is averaging five yards a crack. He also has five TDs.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs:

Jacksonville

Kansas City

2:00 PM (ET) CBS Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

Jacksonville is averaging just over four points per first half on the road this season, which means the Jags probably will be looking up at KC at halftime The Jaguars usually turn it on in the second half, but that could be tough this week on the road against a Chiefs team allowing just 6.7 second-half points per game at home.

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In another 1 pm game on Sunday, you will see a team with a Quarterback for the future and the other one that has its QB now. The Kansas City Chiefs are set to play the Jacksonville Jaguars. Unfortunately, this season has not been great to the Jaguars as they are towards the bottom of the AFC and need a lot to go their way to make the playoffs.

On the other side, you have a Jacksonville Jaguars that comes into this game with a record of 2-5 and is currently towards the bottom of the AFC. They are also coming into this game on a two-game losing streak with losses to the Oakland Raiders and the Titans.

One is that this team is capable of playing better than it played in back-to-back losses to Oakland and Tennessee. The Jaguars played far better earlier in the season than it did in those two games, so the body of work is there for an improved effort.

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins:

New York

Miami

2:00 PM (ET) CBS Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

Both sporting two-game winning streaks, the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets meet Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium. CBS will be showing two games this weekend, while FOX will have a single late afternoon game.

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The New York Jets, led by Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brandon Marshall, will play their Week 9 NFL game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, November 6, 2016, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Dolphins are led by Jarvis Landry and Ndamukong Suh.

Greg Gumbel and Trent Green will be calling the Jets vs. Dolphins game scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time kickoff. Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end at 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning

The Jets game will be shown in nearly all of New York state other than the Buffalo area, northern New Jersey, and parts of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire. Click here to see what games you will get in your region.

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants:

Philadelphia

New York

2:00 PM (ET) FOX MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2016 NFL schedule continues this week as the team is set to play the New York Giants (4-3) on Sunday. The Eagles (4-3) are still looking for their first division win of the season.

NFL: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

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For New York Giants fans it probably seems like forever since they have been able to follow their normal Sunday Giants football routine. After a London game that started at 9:30 a.m. ET and a bye week the Giants are back in a regular time slot Sunday, hosting the Philadelphia Eagles at 1 p.m. ET (FOX).

Every game is typically a must-win affair for every NFL team, but that sentiment is especially true for the Eagles this week. Philadelphia desperately needs a victory after dropping to 0-2 in the division with a loss to the Cowboys last Sunday. If the Eagles lose to the Giants, they’ll be last in the NFC East at 4-4 overall and 0-3 in division games. A loss would be very bad for the Eagles’ playoff hopes this season.

The good news for the Birds is that this is a winnable game for them. New York is a far cry from some type of juggernaut. The G-Men are only scoring 17.1 offensive points per game, which ranks 28th in the NFL. The Eagles’ defense, meanwhile, is only allowing an average of 16.7 points. That’s the fourth best figure in the league.

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings:

Detroit

Minnesota

2:00 PM (ET) FOX U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

The Detroit Lions will start their eighth different right tackle in the last four seasons on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Lions cornerback Darius Slay (hamstring) is one of six starters listed as questionable. Taylor Decker (ribs), Riley Reiff (illness), Theo Riddick (ankle), Ziggy Ansah (ankle) and Haloti Ngata (shoulder) also are questionable.

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The Vikings are in disarray offensively, with an injury-riddled line collapsing around Sam Bradford and a coordinator switch Wednesday. But can this Lions defense take advantage? Not unless they get healthy in a hurry.

It seems like an all-too-perfect scenario that’s lining up in the Lions favor. The Vikings are decimated by injuries, have lost two straight, their offense has fallen flat and offensive coordinator Norv Turner resigned unexpectedly. But the Vikings still boast the best defense the Lions likely will face all season.

The Vikings defense is great but their offense has fallen apart the past two weeks. They can’t run the ball, and Sam Bradford has been getting battered. Detroit historically doesn’t win in Minnesota, and historically doesn’t overpower stout defenses.

Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles Rams:

Carolina

Los Angeles

5:05 PM (ET) FOX Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

In the Panthers’ mind, they started a new season after the bye week, and now they’re heading to Los Angeles for the first time in team history looking to earn consecutive wins for the first time this season.

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“A general theme for what we do on defense is if we can stop the run game, making them one-dimensional, and get up on them quick, that’s what we try to do,” linebacker Luke Kuechly said. “That’s what we did last week, and when we’re successful that’s kind of the trend with us.”

Now the Panthers are tasked with taking the winning recipe on the road to face a Rams team that’s 3-4 coming off their bye. The Rams, who returned to Los Angeles from St. Louis this offseason, have struggled on offense behind quarterback Case Keenum, ranking 30th in points (17.1) and yards (307.6). Running back Todd Gurley, who earned Rookie of the Year honors, is averaging just 3.0 yards per carry in his second season.

“It doesn’t just carry on because you won one game,” tight end Greg Olsen said. “You have to be willing to reset back to zero and do that each week. We got a taste of what we’re capable of, now it’s just a matter of keeping it going. It takes a collective effort.”

New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers:

New Orleans

San Francisco

5:05 PM (ET) FOX Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

San Francisco is coming off a bye and is hopeful that Colin Kaepernick can get something started for its struggling offense. Kaepernick could be in store for a resurgence on Sunday as the Saints come into town with just the league’s 28th-ranked defense.

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The 49ers’ last-ranked defense will be facing its biggest challenge of the season with pass-happy Drew Brees in town. Brees has helped the Saints lead the league with 326.9 passing yards per game. Brees is fresh off leading New Orleans to a 25-20 victory over Seattle last week.

Drew Brees and Co. continued to turn their season around with a must-have win over the Seattle Seahawks last week. With that, New Orleans (3-4) heads out west into a favorable matchup with the struggling 49ers and a chance to get to .500 for the first time this season.

This will be the first time the Saints have played at Levi’s Stadium. The last time the 49ers hosted New Orleans was five years ago when Alex Smith led San Francisco to a thrilling playoff victory. As evidenced by its 1-6 record, San Francisco isn’t the same team it was five years ago. The 49ers have lost 17 of their last 22 games.

Tennessee Titans at San Diego Chargers:

Tennessee

San Diego

5:25 PM (ET) CBS Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego

Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans have already achieved one goal, the goal of winning more games in 2016 than they did in 2015. The Titans win against Jacksonville was their fourth, they won three in 2015. The Titans will try to push their record to above .500 when they play at the San Diego Chargers.

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The Chargers are looking at a must win if they’re thinking about playoffs… PLAYOFFS?! The Chargers are hurting for healthy players and the current injuries to their key players will have an impact on this game. While the Titans defense isn’t a powerhouse they’re no push over and with a banged up offense, the Chargers may struggle.

Mariota has been red-hot for the Titans (4-4), who have won three of their last four games. Mariota has thrown 10 touchdown passes and one interception during that four-game stretch. San Diego (3-5) quarterback Philip Rivers was beaten up during the 27-19 loss to Denver. Rivers, one of the league’s best passers, was sacked four times and hit 12 times by the Denver defense.

The Titans plan to get Henry more involved in the offense this week, as they go against a San Diego Chargers defense that has been better than advertised recently.

Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers:

Indianapolis

Green Bay

5:25 PM (ET) CBS Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not playing badly, but there seems to be something missing from his game and the Packers offense. The loss of running back Eddie Lacy hasn’t helped, forcing the Packers to dig deep into the depth chart.

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The Colts’ 31st-ranked pass defense could be stressed if it has to go without Pro Bowl cornerback Vontae Davis (concussion). If Davis is cleared, Robinson likely will stay at his post at left cornerback and could see a bulk of his snaps against Adams, who’s caught 25 of his 40 passes this season over the Packers’ last two games.

Both the Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay Packers came into the 2016 season with aspirations at competing for a Super Bowl, but despite being led by two of the top quarterbacks in the league, things haven’t quite come together at the halfway point of the season.

Green Bay lost a heartbreaker on the road to the Atlanta Falcons, 33-32. Aaron Rodgers was everything for Green Bay in its Week 8 road game at the Georgia Dome. Jordy Nelson looked good, too, but the Packers’ offense is anything but healthy or dynamic. Rodgers carried Green Bay as far as he could in that game. He’s elite, but he needs help this offseason.

Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders:

Denver

Oakland

9:30 PM (ET) NBC Oakland Coliseum, Oakland

The Denver Broncos have played in plenty of big games recent seasons. The Oakland Raiders are new to this big game thing. First place in the AFC West is on the line when the two teams meet on Sunday Night Football.

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For the first time since 2006, the Oakland Raiders are scheduled to play football on a Sunday night. For the first time since 2002, they might actually be good — seriously. When the Raiders host the Denver Broncos on Week 9 of “Sunday Night Football,” they’ll be playing for the lead in the AFC West.

Quarterback Derek Carr put himself in the middle of the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award debate last Sunday with a career-high 513 yards in Oakland’s overtime win over the Buccaneers. But Carr will be facing perhaps the NFL’s most destructive defense, led by sack specialist Von Miller.

One thing to watch for: Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib has been ruled out with a back injury. Another thing to watch for: how the Raiders’ offense holds up against a great defense. As our Jared Dubin wrote Friday, the Raiders offense could be exposed Sunday night.

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Losing Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson and then winning five consecutive games shows you just never know what to expect when it comes to the NFL. The Minnesota Vikings saw their unbeaten streak fall in their last outing, a surprise loss to Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles, but they’re ready to get back on track under the bright lights of Monday Night Football.

The Bears return to Monday Night Football this week, their second appearance of the season. They’ll host the Minnesota Vikings, who enter the contest fresh off their first loss of the year last week in Philadelphia.

Division rivals square off as the first-place Dallas Cowboys take on the second-place Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football! In what could be a potential playoff preview, Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys host Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles in a battle for the NFC East.

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Who: Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears

When: Monday, October 31, 2016

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago

Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET

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8:30 PM (ET) ESPN
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Jay Cutler’s injured thumb miraculously healed just in time to replace Brian Hoyer at quarterback. Will the embattled starter’s return be enough to dig Chicago out of its 1-6 hole and send Minnesota to a second straight defeat in a Monday Night Football matchup?

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The Chicago Bears are in complete free fall mode. They’re 1-6 and John Fox spent the past week refuting a report that claimed he was done with Cutler. Meanwhile, Cutler has the pleasure of playing his first game against the best defense in all of football, which ranks second in DVOA, first in yards and points allowed per game, and first in takeaways.

Still, Cutler does at least have a history of playing well against the Minnesota Vikings . He’s posted a 91.8 passer rating against them. And the Bears (not necessarily including Fox) are excited for his return.

The Vikings will travel to face the NFC North rival Chicago Bears, a tall task in Soldier Field, but it’s one the Vikings feel they can handle. The Vikings are 5-1, while the Bears are 1-6 on the season, owning a win over the rival Detroit Lions. That win was bookended by a pair of three-game losing skids.

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Sunday was one of the most joyous sports nights in Chicago in decades, as the Cubs pulled out their first World Series home win in 71 years to stave off elimination and keep their title hopes alive. Monday night in Chicago features a game certain to be a lot less joyful.

Hoyer may not have given up the starting spot otherwise. The journeyman backup played some of the best football of his career in relief, throwing for 1,445 yards and six touchdowns while completing 67 percent of his passes. That gave John Fox plenty of evidence to name Hoyer his full-time starter, but a timely injury will give Cutler one more opportunity to state his case as the Bears’ quarterback of the present.

Meanwhile, the Vikings (5-1) are still atop the NFC North despite getting stomped by the Philadelphia Eagles a week ago. Their offensive line, which nearly got Sam Bradford killed in his return to Philadelphia, remains more than just a mess, it might just be what costs them a trip to the Super Bowl.

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Minnesota will have to step up its protection to get the most out of its prized preseason acquisition. Bradford hasn’t exactly been the model of health in his professional career. He’s played a full 16-game season just twice in his seven-year career. Every time he gets driven into the turf is the football equivalent of pulling a gator’s tooth in a game of Crocodile Dentist.

The Bears are in turmoil at 1-6. The embattled Jay Cutler gets the start at quarterback according to the embattled coach John Fox. With a bye coming up next week, Fox would do well not to make sure the Bears embarrassed on Monday night.

Minnesota’s Week 7 struggles to protect Bradford and its league-leading defense stand to make Monday night’s affair a low-scoring one. Will Cutler be able to regain his spot atop the Chicago depth chart by leading his Bears to a major upset in prime time? Or will the Vikings continue to roll towards another NFC North crown?

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NFL Week 8 is a slate of potential playoff matchups, with most of them concentrated in the NFC. The 4-2 Green Bay Packers travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons, who currently lead the NFC South.

Like every other year since 2011, when Jack Del Rio was canned midseason, the Jaguars are a horrible football team. But 2016 was supposed to be different; the organization spent the offseason acquiring young, fast defensive playmakers, and franchise quarterback Blake Bortles is now in his third year in the league. (Click here for NFL Week-8 picks without regard to the spread.)

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NFL: Week-8

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Washington Redskins at Cincinnati Bengals:

Washington

Cincinnati

9:30 PM (ET) FOX Wembley Stadium, London

Hopefully the Redskins’ team doctors didn’t miss the team flight to London on Thursday, because based on the injury report, Washington’s definitely going to need them there.

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Cincinnati is taking part in the NFL’s International Series for the first time since its inception. The league has been pushing for more overseas games, and this is the first time Cincinnati is taking part.

The Redskins have a total of 10 players who are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, a list that includes key starters like left tackle Trent Williams, cornerback Josh Norman and tight end Jordan Reed. Although all three players are likely to play against the Bengals. The Redskins will definitely be missing one starter: Matt Jones.

This game will also be the first time Cincinnati has faced Washington since they named Jay Gruden their head coach. Gruden served as the Bengals’ offensive coordinator from 2011-13 before leaving to become Washington’s head coach.

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts:

Kansas City

Indianapolis

1:00 PM (ET) CBS Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

On Sunday afternoon, the Indianapolis Colts return home after a two-game road swing and take on Andy Reid’s rejuvenated Kansas City Chiefs.

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Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck has been having a solid comeback season and comes off a turnover-free outing in which he threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns. The fifth-year quarterback has turned over the football six times this season, but Luck is also completing 64.9 percent of his passes and has thrown for 14 scores.

Since being hammered by the Pittsburgh Steelers on a Sunday night, the Chiefs have bounced back with solid wins over the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints. The Colts are coming off a crucial come-from behind victory at Nashville over the Tennessee Titans.

Oakland Raiders at Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

Oakland

Tampa Bay

1:00 PM (ET) CBS Raymond James Stadium, Tampa

The Oakland Raiders (5-2) are set to face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and former Oregon State Beavers star running back Jacquizz Rodgers. The Raiders say they aren’t getting complacent after their fast start. They lead the AFC West and look to continue maintain their lead going into the halfway point when they travel to face Tampa Bay on Sunday.

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Oakland is 5-2 on the year and an incredible 4-0 on the road. The Raiders lead the deep AFC West entering Week 8 on account of a few tiebreakers. Oakland has opted to stay in Florida for 10 days after their road win in Week 7 over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Tampa Bay is 3-4 on the season and is very much in the mix in the NFC South race. Should the Buccaneers win at home on Sunday and the Atlanta Falcons lose at the Georgia Dome to the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay will be in first place in the NFC South at 4-3. Interestingly, Tampa Bay has won all three of its games on the road this season and are 0-2 at home.

According to OddsShark.com, the Buccaneers will be laying 1.5 points at home to the Raiders. With Oakland being a strong road team and Tampa Bay having no home field advantage, it’s hard to not take any points the Raiders are getting in this game. This one has the chance to be one of the more exciting games of the 1:00 PM ET slot in Week 8.

Seattle Seahawks at New Orleans Saints:

Seattle

New Orleans

1:00 PM (ET) FOX Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans

The Seahawks were fortunate to escape from Arizona with a 6-6 overtime tie last week. The offense struggled for four quarters against the Cardinals, but the Seahawks offense should experience more success against the weak defense of the Saints.

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The Saints face the Seattle Seahawks in a Week 8 Sunday contest at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. CT and the game will be regionally televised on FOX. The broadcast crew consists of Justin Kutcher (play-by-play), Charles Davis, Chris Spielman (color analysts) and Holly Sonders (sideline).

There’s the Russell Wilson that goes up against lethal pass rushes (vs. Miami, Los Angeles, Arizona: one touchdown pass, one interception, one interception, 1-1-1 record, 63.5 completion percentage). Then there’s the Wilson that goes up against crappy defenses (vs. San Francisco, New York Jets, Atlanta: 4 TD, 0 INT, 3-0 record, 68.5 completion percentage). The Saints definitely fall in the “crappy defense” category.

The Seahawks (4-1-1) may have left Arizona with a tie, but they continue to lead the NFC West and the defense is playing about as well as it ever has under coach Pete Carroll. The Saints (2-4) are third in the NFL in scoring (29.3), but their defense is allowing a league-worst 32.5 points a game.

Detroit Lions at Houston Texans:

Detroit

Houston

1:00 PM (ET) FOX NRG Stadium, Houston

Quarterback Brock Osweiler is once again the target of the wrath of Houston Texans fans after his abysmal performance in the loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday Night. Osweiler will try to quiet the critics when the Texans (4-3) face the Detroit Lion on Sunday.

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The Detroit Lions (4-3) face off against the Houston Texans (4-3) on Sunday. This will be the Lions’ third matchup against an AFC South team this year. The Lions dropped a game to the Tennessee Titans earlier in the year, but defeated the Indianapolis Colts to open the season. The Texans, too, are facing their third NFC North team. Houston took down the Bears but were outmanned by the Vikings.

The Houston Texans return home after Monday night’s disappointing loss at Denver to face the Detroit Lions. It’s a team that has rebounded from three straight losses with three consecutive victories.

Though the teams play in different conferences, this is a major game for both franchises. Heading into the second half of the season with a 5-3 record would be a major morale boost for both teams as opposed to falling to .500.

New York Jets at Cleveland Browns:

New York

Cleveland

1:00 PM (ET) CBS FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

The New York Jets are under even more pressure than normal to win this week. Why? They play the winless Cleveland Browns this week and they don’t want the label of being the first team to lose to the Browns on Sunday.

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Kevin Hogan came out of nowhere last week and put up a nice showing in relief against a Bengals team that didn’t prepare for him. The Jets will face Josh McCown instead, but if he goes down, they won’t be (ehh, shouldn’t be) surprised by anything from Hogan, who couldn’t beat out Tyler Bray (Who? I know, right?) in Chiefs camp.

The Cleveland Browns continue to dominate the “explosive play” (a run of 12-plus yards or a pass of 20-plus yards) department. They have 44 on the season, second in the NFL, and the Jets have been prone to allow big plays this year. Even if Cody Kessler doesn’t start, McCown is cleared to play and he shouldn’t have a problem against the Jets’ horrid defense.

The Jets (2-5) benched quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and inserted Geno Smith following four consecutive losses. Smith suffered a torn ACL in the game against Baltimore, and Fitzpatrick came on to rally the Jets to a win against the Ravens. The Browns (0-7) are expected to start Josh McCown at quarterback. Cody Kessler in is the concussion protocol and isn’t expected to be available.

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills:

New England

Buffalo

1:00 PM (ET) CBS New Era Field, Buffalo

Everyone knows Bill Belichick and Rex Ryan don’t like each other. The Patriots coach probably thinks the Bills coach is a blowhard and Belichick would clearly enjoy defeating Ryan.

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The New England Patriots are looking to avoid being swept by a divisional rival for the first time since Bill Belichick’s first year as head coach in 2000. The Dolphins and the Jets both swept the Patriots that year. The last time the Bills swept the Patriots was in 1999.

The Bills were outdone by the Dolphins last week in Miami, as running back Jay Ajayi ran all over the Bills. Going into that game, the Bills weren’t bad at stopping the run, but they were exposed against the Dolphins, who did a fine job wearing the Bills defense out and committing to the run.

Rex Ryan will have to plan for Tom Brady this week, something he didn’t have to do when these two teams faced in Week 4. The Bills came out on top in that one, winning 16-0, which was the first Patriots shut out at home since 1993. It’ll be a much tougher task this week facing Brady, who’s 3-0 in his first from his four-game suspension.

Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers:

Arizona

Carolina

1:00 PM (ET) FOX Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

The Arizona Cardinals are moving on after their bizarre game against Seattle that finished in a 6-6 tie. They lamented missed opportunities and will try to produce a more common result – a win – when they face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

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The Cardinals vs. Panthers live stream is soon approaching and we’ve got the details on how to watch Sunday night football online. Possibly the biggest rematch since the Super Bowl began, the Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers face off again under different circumstances on October 30. Last year, the teams met in a match to win a spot in the SuperBowl and now they’re hoping to get back on their feet after some unexpected struggles during the first half of the season.

Both teams have underperformed in comparison to last year’s results. The Cardinals, who last season finished atop the NFC West with a record of 13-3, already have as many losses as their entire 2016 regular-season campaign. Carolina, who made it all the way to the Super Bowl behind Cam Newton’s MVP season, is 1-5 and alone at the bottom of the NFC South.

Arizona’s (3-3-1) kicking game was a big reason why they finished in a tie rather than a win. A blocked field goal, missed field goal and blocked punt factored into the unwanted result. The Panthers (1-5) aren’t playing at a level anywhere near where they performed in 2015, when they captured the NFC Championship.

San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos:

San Diego

Denver

4:05 PM (ET) CBS Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver

The Broncos sought and gained revenge on one opponent last week, now they’ll look for revenge against another when they face the Chargers. The Broncos (5-2) dominated Brock Osweiler and the Houston Texans with a 27-9 win after Osweiler left the Broncos and signed with the Texans during the offseason.

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The Denver Broncos continue their quest to repeat as Super Bowl champions with Sunday’s matchup against the San Diego Chargers. The Broncos are currently tied for first in the AFC West at 5-2, coming off a runaway win against the Texans last week. Their opponents, the Chargers, sit at 3-4, but pulled off a dramatic overtime win against the Falcons in Week 7.

The Broncos have weathered the retirement of Peyton Manning and the departure of Brock Osweiler in large part due to the continued success of their defense. While Trevor Siemian has posted a 91.8 quarterback rating and thrown just three interceptions in six games this season, it has been the defensive unit that has continued to excel.

The success of the Denver defense means Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers may have more difficulty finding the time to connect with his receivers. Rivers ranks fifth among all NFL quarterbacks with 2,018 yards this season and has also thrown 13 touchdowns. Rivers’ play helped contribute to the Chargers’ victory earlier this season against the Broncos.

Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons:

Green Bay

Atlanta

4:25 PM (ET) FOX Georgia Dome, Atlanta

The Green Bay Packers are ready to take on the Atlanta Falcons in a matchup of pass-happy teams. The Packers posted a solid win against the Chicago Bears last week, but that hasn’t stopped the growing concerns about the state of the team going into the game against the Falcons Sunday.

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This week’s Packers vs. Falcons game unsurprisingly features the quarterback that leads the NFL in passing yards, yards per attempt, and passer rating. The surprising part is that it’s not Aaron Rodgers topping the league in those categories, but Matt Ryan.

Rodgers and Ryan have matched wits five times in their careers as starting quarterbacks, including playoffs. Rodgers has thrown for at least 300 yards in each of those five encounters and owns a 3-2 edge in the series. Rodgers has had a history of success against the Falcons.

Ryan’s been a good player throughout his career, of course, but not many people saw this year coming from him. The Falcons quarterback has been able to connect with Julio Jones repeatedly, with his running backs out of the backfield, and with all of his other weapons as well. It’s made Atlanta one of the most dangerous offenses in the league.

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys:

Philadelphia

Dallas

8:30 PM (ET) NBC AT&T Stadium, Arlington

On Sunday night the world is going to get its first glimpse of a rivalry that could last for quite some time when Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz square off in their first Eagles-Cowboys matchup of the year.

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The Philadelphia Eagles are 5-1 straight up and 4-2 against the spread in their last six road games against the Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles will try to pick up a fourth straight road win over the Cowboys this Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has helped the Cowboys to a 5-1 record, and owner Jerry Jones is probably telling Tony Romo to take all the time he needs to rehab his back. Prescott will face another rookie quarterback when the Cowboys face Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.

Regardless of whether or not Tony Romo comes back and plays this year or is on the Cowboys’ roster next season, these two quarterbacks stand a very good chance of facing each other many times in the future.

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Week 7 of the 2016 NFL season features lots of marquee matchups that may or may not turn out to make for good television. We have another London game between the New York Giants and the Los Angeles Rams, an NFC West divisional matchup with major playoff implications between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals and a Thursday Night Football lineup featuring the storied rivalry between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers that, given the injuries heading into it, might prove to be less than enthralling.

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has played so well that he’s statistically better than Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. In their last 12 starts, Hoyer holds an advantage in completion percentage, passing yards per game and passer rating. And Hoyer has thrown four less interceptions during that stretch.(Click here for NFL Week-7 picks without regard to the spread.)

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New York Giants at Los Angeles Rams:

New York

Los Angeles

9:30 PM (ET) NFL Twickenham Stadium, London

The New York Giants are in London (well, Twickenham to be precise) this Sunday to take on the Los Angeles Rams. That means to watch the game you will have to re-arrange your schedule because game time is 9:30 a.m. ET.

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After the Jaguars held off a late Colts rally in Week 4 in front of the London crowd to earn their first win of the year, the Giants and Rams are set to square off in the second of three games across the pond this season. However, this Week 7 game marks a first, as it’ll be played in Twickenham Stadium, primarily a venue for rugby.

The Giants, still in last place in the NFC East, need a victory to remain within realistic striking distance of the 5-1 Dallas Cowboys and 4-2 Washington Redskins. The Giants are 2.5-point favorites. A win would send them into their bye week 4-3 and with a two-game winning streak.

Things haven’t been all fun for the Giants this week, as further details emerged of kicker Josh Brown’s domestic violence case, causing the NFL to place the kicker on the commissioner exempt list, pending further review of new information. Brown was initially suspended for one game at the beginning of the season in relation to the case. Former longtime Bears kicker Robbie Gould takes Brown’s spot on the roster.

New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs:

New Orleans

Kansas City

1:00 PM (ET) FOX Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

The Saints five games have been decided by an average of 4.2 points this season. New Orleans’ defense is allowing 33.6 points a game, but the Kansas City defense has been very inconsistent through its first five games as well.

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The New Orleans Saints head to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, as they look to do something that has proven to be nearly impossible in recent years. The Kansas City Chiefs are one of the best home teams in all football, and will be looking to run their home record to 3-0 in the early going. Both teams are coming off of huge wins in Week 6, so expect some fireworks on Sunday.

The Chiefs rebounded in a big way after their bye week, defeating AFC West rival Oakland on the road this past week. Kansas City was embarassed in a Sunday night matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 4, but used the extra time to put in a nice gameplan against the Raiders. Spencer Ware led the way offensively for the Chiefs, rushing for a career-high 131 yards and a touchdown.

The Saints top the NFL with 335.4 passing yards per game after they finished with a net 460 yards in last Sunday’s 41-38 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Yet, it wouldn’t be surprising to see them try to establish the run early in Sunday’s game with the Chiefs.

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans:

Indianapolis

Tennessee

1:00 PM (ET) CBS Nissan Stadium, Nashville

The Titans have lost nine consecutive games to the Colts. This game might present the Titans with a real opportunity to snap the streak. The Colts are coming off a gut-wrenching loss to Houston in Week 6 and their defense is suspect at best.

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Indianapolis has been consistently inconsistent through the first six games of the year, either not being able to start fast and keep the pressure on teams or not being able to close out contests when getting off to double-digit leads.

Last Sunday, Tennessee held on for a 28-26 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The Titans’ offense continues to improve as this team has scored a combined 58 points the past two weeks. In those contests, quarterback Marcus Mariota has combined to throw six touchdown passes compared to only one interception. And running back DeMarco Murray continues to spearhead the NFL’s third-ranked running attack.

Offensively, the Colts have been shooting themselves in the foot with ill-timed penalties and poor decision making. Indianapolis’ running game has shown some improvement but the inability to keep the chains moving in crucial situations continues to hamper the offensive production.

Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles:

Minnesota

Philadelphia

1:00 PM (ET) FOX Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

The Eagles are a home underdog for the second time this season, as they host the undefeated Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, at Lincoln Financial Field. The last time they were an underdog at home, was by the same three-point spread, and they not only covered, but beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-3, in their last win.

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the Vikings are the NFL’s last unbeaten team. They also might be the most surprising undefeated team in recent years. When Teddy Bridgewater went down with a gruesome knee injury during practice, everyone — including me — wrote off the Vikings.

Finally, the two surprising playoff contenders will meet on the field Sunday. Though the quarterbacks are the most obvious and flashy storylines — Bradford’s 109.8 passer rating is the second highest in the league and he’s up against his former team, while Wentz has thrown just one interception — this game is more about the defenses.

Both teams are surely happy with their quarterback choice though. Bradford has operated efficiently behind a strong Vikings’ defense, and Wentz has surely been everything the Eagles thought he could be when they traded up aggressively to draft him last spring.

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals:

Cleveland

Cincinnati

1:00 PM (ET) CBS Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

The Cleveland Browns are the NFL’s lone winless team, but no one in Cleveland cares right now, because the baseball team reached the World Series. Still, they have to play a football game Sunday when they face the Cincinnati Bengals

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The Bengals have been one of the NFL’s biggest disappointments through the first two months of the regular season. A 2-4 start has Cincinnati in danger of missing the playoffs for the first time since the 2010 season.

On the other side, Cleveland is just trying to get back to respectability after an 0-6 start has once again left them as the laughingstock of the NFL. The record is a bit deceiving though, as Cleveland was within one score in the fourth quarter in four of those games.

The Bengals rank 29th in the league in scoring and have struggled mightily in the red zone. On the other side, the Browns are the NFL’s lone winless team, and currently rank 26th in scoring, 19th in total offense, 24th in passer rating, and are tied with the Bengals for the most sacks allowed (19).

Washington Redskins at Detroit Lions:

Washington

Detroit

1:00 PM (ET) FOX Ford Field, Detroit

Suddenly the Lions defense is getting some turnovers, while the Redskins defense has been getting off the field. But let’s be honest: Sunday’s game in Motown between two teams riding win streaks is all about the offenses. Get ready for a shootout.

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The Redskins’ offense has been rolling in recent weeks. Quarterback Kirk Cousins is not the most consistent passer in the league, but he has great upside on a week by week basis. Cousins still makes too many mistakes in the red zone, but has the ability to take over a game at any time.

The Lions’ offense is an explosive unit that can also certainly put points on the board. They do not have the same kind of balance as the Redskins, but quarterback Matthew Stafford is playing at an extremely high level this season.

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden is feeling confident in both his offense and defense entering a Week 7 matchup with the Detroit Lions. Lions QB Matthew Stafford will have to contend with a Redskins defense that has shutdown opponents in second half action over the course of the team’s winning streak.

Oakland Raiders at Jacksonville Jaguars:

Oakland

Jacksonville

1:00 PM (ET) CBS EverBank Field, Jacksonville

The Oakland Raiders will try to rebound after a demoralizing home loss to Kansas City last week. The Raiders had a chance to open up some daylight between them and Denver and Kansas City, but instead lost ground. They will try to make get back on track when they face resurgent Jacksonville.

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Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars have rebounded from a disappointing 0-3 start to post close wins over the Indianapolis Colts (30-27) and Chicago Bears (17-16). Last week’s comeback victory came courtesy of a 17-point fourth quarter.

Raiders’ head coach Jack Del Rio, who once roamed the sidelines for the Jaguars, hopes to stop the bleeding by remaining perfect on the road this year. Oakland has posted win this season at New Orleans, at Tennessee and at Baltimore. But the Jaguars look a little more confident than during their troubling winless start. The defense has settled in and now ranks eighth in the NFL in both total yards and passing yards allowed per game.

One thing is for sure. You’re going to see plenty of talent when it comes to the wide receiver position in this contest. The Raiders boast Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, as well as reserves Andre Holmes and Seth Roberts. Jacksonville counters with Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns, as well as Marqise Lee and Rashad Greene. And as we found out last week, Arrelious Benn should be included in the conversation as well.

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins:

Buffalo

Miami

1:00 PM (ET) CBS Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

Rex Ryan has the Buffalo Bills finally backing up his seemingly endless boastful talk by winning four consecutive games. They seem on track to earn a playoff berth, and they’ll face the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

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Bills coach Rex Ryan called his offense “boring” this week, but it wasn’t a shot at the unit. Buffalo arrives in South Florida with the league’s top-ranked ground game and a plus-eight turnover margin. That is a winning formula, even if the passing game ranks 31st and lacks any real pop minus injured wideout Sammie Watkins.

There is no such thing as a trap game in the NFL. It’s a media and fan creation typically based on absolutely nothing outside of paranoia, with no pertinent data to back up the theory that sometimes teams look ahead to a game that looks more important on the schedule.

Bills ground game vs. Dolphins run defense. Miami allowed “only” 128 rushing yards to Pittsburgh, which is well below the average of 147.0 yards per game the Dolphins are giving up on average per game to rank 31st in the NFL. The defensive front tends to struggle with maintaining gap integrity, which is exactly what McCoy is adept at exploiting.

Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets:

Baltimore

New York

1:00 PM (ET) CBS MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Joe Flacco will be available to play for the Ravens this Sunday against the Jets. According to a report from ESPN, Baltimore did not promote practice squad quarterback David Fales to the 53-man roster. Because of this, the report says, Flacco will be active, although it is unclear if he will start.

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Jets ILB David Harris/Erin Henderson vs. Ravens TE Dennis Pitta. Harris, who missed his first game since 2008 on Monday, was seen at practice Wednesday. Even though his coverage skills have slipped, the Jets will need Harris to try and contain Pitta, the most reliable option in the Ravens’ short passing game.

The Ravens are in a rare place. Having just gone on the road to MetLife last weekend, the Ravens will return to MetLife this weekend. After nearly being gifted a win by poor officiating, the Ravens managed to lose to OBJ… I mean the Giants… and dropped to 3-3. The Ravens have had a relatively easy schedule compared to some teams, and have looked pretty mediocre.

After a brutal run of injuries in 2015, the Ravens again find themselves shorthanded as they attempt to stop a three-game losing streak against a desperate opponent making a quarterback change while riding a four-game skid.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers:

Tampa Bay

San Francisco

4:05 PM (ET) FOX Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

To say the San Francisco 49ers are struggling is an understatement. Chip Kelly’s squad has lost five straight games and looks to be descending into a lost season. They’ll try to snap that losing streak and turn their season around when they play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven’t been good out west this season. On Sunday, Tampa Bay will look to get things right on the road, when they travel to face the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco will be starting Colin Kaepernick at quarterback again and will look to pick up their first win under him on the season.

The 49ers will be without Carlos Hyde this week. That leaves them limited at the running back spot, which means Kaepernick might be throwing more than usual. He looked solid in his first outing against Buffalo, despite the team being blown out.

As far as experts are concerned, they have been somewhat divided. Over at CBS Sports, five of the eight experts are picking Chip Kelly’s 49ers, leaving three siding with the Buccaneers. It’s a similar spread at ESPN, where five of their nine experts have the 49ers winning, leaving four picking Tampa Bay.

San Diego Chargers at Atlanta Falcons:

San Diego

Atlanta

4:05 PM (ET) FOX Georgia Dome, Atlanta

The Atlanta Falcons possess the NFL’s top-ranked offense in total yards and scoring, will face the San Diego Chargers, third in scoring offense in the NFL. This should be a high-scoring game when the two teams meet on Sunday.

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The Atlanta Falcons will get to play their first home game in three weeks when the host the San Diego Chargers in Week 7. Kickoff from the Georgia Dome will be at 4:05 PM ET on Sunday, October 23rd. FOX will have the telecast. The available live stream can be found on FOX Sports Go.

San Diego (2-4) is coming off an emotional win over the AFC West rival Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football in Week 6, 21-13. Chargers head coach Mike McCoy was coaching for his job in that fourth quarter. A Week 6 win means that McCoy gets to coach for at least another week. The Chargers could be 6-0, but have lost some ridiculous games this season.

The Chargers have a poor record and a massively depleted defense, but they’re reasonably stout up front, particularly if rookie Joey Bosa plays. They also have a very dynamic passing game with Philip Rivers at the helm, and if this turns into a shootout, they can give the Falcons hell. Atlanta’s going to be playing at home and have looked like a terrific football team since Week 2, however, so I don’t want to overthink this.

New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers:

New England

Pittsburgh

4:25 PM (ET) CBS Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

One of the New England Patriots’ most anticipated games of the season became considerably less interesting when Ben Roethlisberger suffered a knee injury and subsequently underwent surgery this week.

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The Patriots are looking to extend their lead in the AFC with a decisive victory against the Steelers. Pittsburgh has been regarded as the Patriots top competition all season, but they will be without QB Ben Roethlisberger due to injury.

Numbers don’t matter for the Pittsburgh Steelers — this is not the same scheme without Ben Roethlisberger at the controls. Le’Veon Bell and DeAngelo Williams become the lead dogs for the Steelers, who will pound on first and second down while occasionally unleashing Landry Jones in a play-action attack.

The Steelers will need discipline, athleticism and smarts in their zone shells. Brady has burned the Pittsburgh blitz too often in the past. He must be forced into a more methodical approach where the chances for mistakes will increase.

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals:

Seattle

Arizona

8:30 PM (ET) NBC U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale

The Seattle Seahawks are threatening to run away with the NFC West division. The Arizona Cardinals, the defending division champions, must defeat the Seahawks to stay close when they face each on Sunday.

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Over the last few years, the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals have been the class of the NFC West, and two of the best teams in the NFL. Since the start of 2013, only two NFL teams (the Patriots and Broncos) have a better record than the Seahawks, and only three teams (including the Seahawks) have a better record than the Cardinals.

The Cardinals got a feel for the Seahawks’ “new” offense during a 36-6 loss at home in Week 17 last season. Granted, Arizona had clinched the division and a first-round bye, but coach Bruce Arians saw the new approach — and the ability of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson to hurt opposing defenses from the pocket.

Facing a tough upcoming schedule and the prospect of falling back under .500, this could be a must-win game for the Cardinals. Both of these teams came into the year expected to battle for first place in the NFC West, but a Seattle win would give the Seahawks a huge lead just seven weeks into the season.

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Two of the NFC’s hottest teams will square off in one of football’s hallowed halls when Dallas heads north for a monster showdown with Green Bay at Lambeau Field. The winner will keep pace in a frenzied race to the top of the conference as the Cowboys and Packers each chase after the 5-0 Vikings.

A year ago, the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals combined to win 23 regular-season games. Entering Week 6, the two teams have combined for three wins. “Monday Night Football” will feature two teams desperate for a win. It’s arguably a must-win for both sides. If the Jets lose, they’ll be 1-5. If the Cardinals lose, they’ll be 2-4. Neither team can expect to make the playoffs with those records.

ets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer, both aging veterans, rank in the top 10 in interception percentage, with Fitzpatrick leading the way at 5.2 percent and Palmer situated at eighth with a pick on 3.3 percent of his passes. Both teams will trot out physical No. 1 receivers in Brandon Marshall and Larry Fitzgerald. Both teams will counter with top-notch cornerbacks in Darrelle Revis (if he’s healthy) and Patrick Peterson.

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Who: New York Jets vs. Arizona Cardinals

When: Monday, October 17, 2016

Where: U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale

Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET

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The New York Jets are enduring a nightmarish season and things could get worse before they get better. The 1-4 Jets go on the road to face the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football and Arizona will have Carson Palmer back this week.

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Sean McDonough and Jon Gruden will be on the microphone for the call. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Locally the game will be simulcast on My 9 with the same announcers. If you live in Phoenix, the game will be simulcast on My 45 with the same announcers.

The New York Jets will be heading to the desert for Monday Night Football. They will be paying a visit to the Arizona Cardinals, looking to snap their three-game losing streak. The Cardinals enter the game after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5 on Thursday Night Football.

That is a tough stretch of games for the Jets but got even tougher with all the injuries they have faced. Eric Decker is out for the season with a partially torn rotator cuff, which has forced a change to the offense. David Harris is in serious doubt for the game as well, as he was injured against the Steelers and has his consecutive starts streak in serious jeopardy.

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Fitzpatrick has to start making smarter decisions with the football. With five touchdowns and 10 interceptions, he’s definitely been one of the most disappointing players in the league this season. The Jets defense can’t afford to continue with this starting field position because of so many turnovers. Speaking of defense, the Jets are allowing far too many deep balls, and that’s not a good sign with the Cardinals coming to town.

The Arizona Cardinals (2-3) defeated the San Francisco 49ers last week in which Drew Stanton threw for 124 yards and two touchdowns in 11-for-28 passes. David Johnson led in rushing with 157 yards and two touchdowns in 27 carries. Larry Fitzgerald led in receiving with 81 yards and two touchdowns in six catches.

Both teams desperately need a win, but the Cardinals are at home and they have the Fitzgerald factor. Fitzgerald has made a career of thriving on prime time television, and you can bet he’ll make his presence known on Monday night. The Jets should look toward the trade deadline for answers if they lose this one.

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Palmer suffered a concussion in Week 4 and didn’t get cleared in time to play on a short week, so the Cardinals went with Drew Stanton under center on Thursday night in Week 5. After a sloppy, ugly performance by both teams, Arizona eventually pulled out the 33-21 win and moves to 2-3 on the year. They’re still behind the eight ball after a poor start to the season, but the Cardinals will welcome back Palmer with open arms as they look to get back into the thick of the NFC West race.

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The extra time should benefit the Cardinals, as they will have had extra time to prepare for the Jets. That spells trouble for the Jets, who are desperate for a victory. They are coming into the game against the Cardinals with three poor performances against the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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The Arizona Cardinals return home to take on the New York Jets

After a short road trip to the Bay Area, the Arizona Cardinals are back at home hosting former defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and the New York Jets. The Jets (1-4) are coming off a 31-13 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Meanwhile, the Cardinals (2-3) got back on track with a 33-21 win against the San Francisco49ers (1-4) at Candlestick Park.

History: The Cardinals and the Jets have faced each other 8 times in the regular season, with the Cardinals played 3 of these games as the St. Louis Cardinals. Arizona has an all time 2-6 record against New York. The last win against the Jets came in Week 10 of the 1975 season when the St. Louis edition of the “Cardiac Cards” beat the Jets 37-6.

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When: Monday, October 17, 2016

Where: U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale

Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET

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The New York Jets are enduring a nightmarish season and things could get worse before they get better. The 1-4 Jets go on the road to face the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football and Arizona will have Carson Palmer back this week.

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Sean McDonough and Jon Gruden will be on the microphone for the call. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Locally the game will be simulcast on My 9 with the same announcers. If you live in Phoenix, the game will be simulcast on My 45 with the same announcers.

The New York Jets will be heading to the desert for Monday Night Football. They will be paying a visit to the Arizona Cardinals, looking to snap their three-game losing streak. The Cardinals enter the game after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5 on Thursday Night Football.

That is a tough stretch of games for the Jets but got even tougher with all the injuries they have faced. Eric Decker is out for the season with a partially torn rotator cuff, which has forced a change to the offense. David Harris is in serious doubt for the game as well, as he was injured against the Steelers and has his consecutive starts streak in serious jeopardy.

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Fitzpatrick has to start making smarter decisions with the football. With five touchdowns and 10 interceptions, he’s definitely been one of the most disappointing players in the league this season. The Jets defense can’t afford to continue with this starting field position because of so many turnovers. Speaking of defense, the Jets are allowing far too many deep balls, and that’s not a good sign with the Cardinals coming to town.

The Arizona Cardinals (2-3) defeated the San Francisco 49ers last week in which Drew Stanton threw for 124 yards and two touchdowns in 11-for-28 passes. David Johnson led in rushing with 157 yards and two touchdowns in 27 carries. Larry Fitzgerald led in receiving with 81 yards and two touchdowns in six catches.

Both teams desperately need a win, but the Cardinals are at home and they have the Fitzgerald factor. Fitzgerald has made a career of thriving on prime time television, and you can bet he’ll make his presence known on Monday night. The Jets should look toward the trade deadline for answers if they lose this one.

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Palmer suffered a concussion in Week 4 and didn’t get cleared in time to play on a short week, so the Cardinals went with Drew Stanton under center on Thursday night in Week 5. After a sloppy, ugly performance by both teams, Arizona eventually pulled out the 33-21 win and moves to 2-3 on the year. They’re still behind the eight ball after a poor start to the season, but the Cardinals will welcome back Palmer with open arms as they look to get back into the thick of the NFC West race.

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The extra time should benefit the Cardinals, as they will have had extra time to prepare for the Jets. That spells trouble for the Jets, who are desperate for a victory. They are coming into the game against the Cardinals with three poor performances against the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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