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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

Online: NFL Game Pass

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens:



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:



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:


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


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:


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:



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:


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:


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:


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:



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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