The NFL season rolls on with 11 games today as the playoff picture is beginning to come together a bit clearer.
Atlanta Falcons (1-7) vs. New Orleans Saints (7-1) (Larry Warford)
It’s now or never for the Falcons as Head Coach Dan Quinn is on the hot seat. A win will be tough to come by as the Saints are looking like true contenders.
The game is slated to start at 1 PM on Fox.
Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) vs. Tennessee Titans (4-5) (Wesley Woodyard)
Reigning NFL MVP Pat Mahomes is officially back following a two-game absence. Wesley Woodyard and the Titan defense have quite a challenge as the Chiefs receiving core is stacked.
To watch the MVP tune in to CBS at 1 PM.
Arizona Cardinals (3-5-1) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6) (Corey Peters, Mike Edwards)
Two teams that play much harder than their record indicates. I expect a highly competitive, high scoring game.
This game will air on FOX at 1 PM.
Detroit Lions (3-4-1) vs. Chicago Bears (3-5) (Danny Trevathan)
Lofty expectations in Chicago have not gone as planned with the Bears struggling to move the ball consistently. With Matthew Stafford likely out, the Bears must pick up a win.
The game is set to begin at 1 PM on CBS.
Carolina Panthers (5-3) vs. Green Bay Packers (7-2) (Za’Darius Smith)
The Packers laid an egg last week as they could not get anything going offensively against the LA Chargers. If the Green Bay run defense continues to play as it has, it could be a huge day for Christian McCaffery & Co.
Catch this game at 4:25 on FOX.
Los Angeles Rams (5-3) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4) (Bud Dupree, Benny Snell Jr.)
Bud Dupree is having his best season to date as he has 34 tackles, six sacks, and eight tackles for a loss. He must keep it up as Sean McVay and the Rams are coming off a bye week.
The game will begin at 4:25 PM on FOX.
Minnesota Vikings (6-3) vs. Dallas Cowboys (5-3) (Randall Cobb)
Sunday Night Football features two of the NFC’s best this week as the Vikings travel to JerryWorld to play the Cowboys. Kirk Cousins is typically not very good in prime time and is without top wideout, Adam Thielen.
Tune in to NBC at 8:15 PM to catch the game.