Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks Thursday, November 19, 8:20 PM ET
Arizona beat Seattle in the desert a few weeks ago and will now travel to CenturyLink Field on Thursday for another primetime matchup. The Seahawks will split the season series against the Cardinals and get ahead in the AFC West standings. Both teams are 6-3 after their Week 10 performances. The Cardinals beat the Bills on a game-winning Hail Mary, and the Seahawks fell to the Rams on the road this past week. Arizona continues to get better as the season goes on, and the Seahawks defense remains horrid. This could be another high scoring affair with both offenses ranking in the top-10 of DVOA, according to Football Outsiders.
Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore Ravens Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
Both the Titans and Ravens will be looking to bounce back from ugly Week 10 primetime losses. Tennessee
was embarrassed at home by the Colts on Thursday night, while Baltimore fell to a sub-.500 Patriots team that took care of business Sunday night. This matchup features two 6-3 and are jockeying for playoff positioning. As of writing, there are currently six AFC teams with 6-3 records, so this matchup will be crucial as we get closer to the playoffs. The Titans defense has been tough to watch this season, but Lamar Jackson doesn't have the Ravens offense buzzing too much in 2020. One of these two teams might find themselves falling out of the playoff picture if they lose on Sunday.
Detroit Lions @ Carolina Panthers Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
Two sub-.500 NFC teams will be playing one another in Week 11. The Detroit Lions are coming off a win over Washington while the Carolina Panthers lost to Tom Brady and the Buccaneers at home. The Lions can still make a playoff spot as they sit two games behind the seventh seed in the playoff picture. Despite being 4-5, if they can string a few more wins together, the Lions will be in the hunt. They continue to keep falling as they have now lost five games in a row as for Carolina. This season, the Panthers were 3-2 and have now lost five straight games, putting them in last place in the NFC South.
Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
Green Bay and Indianapolis are coming off huge Week 10 wins and will now square off as two first-place teams look to hold onto their division leads. The Packers took care of Jacksonville on Sunday after a bit of a scare, while the Colts are on a mini-bye after beating the Titans on Thursday night. This matchup should be a good litmus test for both teams. The premier matchup will be between the Packers offense and Colts defense, but the other side of the ball might tell how well the Green Bay defense and Colts offense really is. Indy had no issues moving the football in Tennessee, and Green Bay's defense is almost on the same level as the Titans.
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
The undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers head to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars. Surprisingly, the Jaguars led the all-time series against Pittsburgh 14-12 and won two of the last three meetings, including one of the wins coming in the playoffs. However, this year is a bit different from the Steelers still the lone undefeated team in the NFL, and the Jaguars are currently 1-8. However, Jacksonville did play Green Bay tough over the weekend, only losing to the Packers 24-20. The Steelers did take care of business against Cincinnati on Sunday. Maybe next week, Jacksonville can pull off what could be the biggest upset of the season.
New England Patriots @ Houston Texans Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
After a huge Sunday night win over the Baltimore Ravens, the New England Patriots will head to Houston to take on a Texans team that cannot sustain wins in 2020. Houston fell to the Browns on Sunday, allowing them to go 2-7 on the season. Now, they have the Patriots are finally starting to turn things around this year. Although the record doesn't say it all, the Patriots could be 6-3 if a few plays went their way. However, Belichick is finally starting to get things figured out with his roster and making a late-season playoff push. The Texans are fighting to finish out the season strong and will look to put an impressive win on the resume this Sunday.
Philadelphia Eagles @ Cleveland Browns Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
Despite losing to the Giants on Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles still hold onto first place in the NFC East at 3-5-1. They will be traveling to Cleveland to take on a 6-3 Browns team looking to stay on par with the Steelers and Ravens in the AFC North. Philadelphia has been bad all season, but fortunately, the division is not any better. The NFC East has picked up two wins from non-divisional opponents, and if the Eagles can beat the Browns on Sunday, then that would be huge moving forward. Cleveland remains in the AFC playoff picture and will need to win against the Eagles if they want to stay in it. They are tied with five other teams with 6-3 records in the AFC.
Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
The Atlanta Falcons have a date with the New Orleans Saints this Sunday in the Superdome. The Falcons sit at 3-6 on the season and are a few losses from being eliminated from playoff contention. The Saints can put them one loss closer to the finish. On the other hand, New Orleans is fighting for the number one seed in the NFC playoffs. The Saints and the Packers are currently 7-2 with the tie-breaker going to Green Bay after they beat New Orleans earlier this season. Atlanta has not done anything well, and they continue to blow leads late. The Saints should win no doubt on Sunday. Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM ET
Cincinnati and Washington are both coming off Week 10 losses. The Bengals were taken care of by Pittsburgh on Sunday, and the Football Team fell to the Lions in Detroit. This is definitely not the most intriguing matchup on the board this Sunday, but it will be fun to watch Joe Burrow take on a young Washington defense. Burrow was the number one overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and defensive end Chase Young went number two. The storylines will be able to write themselves this week. Both team's seasons are on the brink of ending soon, but getting young players in and seeing with the overall roster looks like will be key for Cincinnati and Washington.
Miami Dolphins @ Denver Broncos Sunday, November 22, 4:05 PM ET
The Miami Dolphins are 3-0 under Tua Tagovailoa and will head to Denver to keep the winning streak alive. The Denver Broncos are coming off a tough loss to the Raiders. Now, they have to take on a red hot Dolphins team at home. Miami has been overachieving during this winning streak. The win over the Chargers on Sunday was solid, but the box scores against the Rams and Cardinals do not show that their playing is sustainable. However, Denver is on a four-game losing streak and is now looking like they are about to quit for the rest of the season. This could be a good spot for Miami to get a tough road win late in the season.
New York Jets @ Los Angeles Chargers Sunday, November 22, 4:05 PM ET
The Chargers might finally be able to win a game without a late-game collapse. However, the Jets could win their first game of the season, thanks to Anthony Lynn's conservative coaching style allowing teams to stay in the game for a full 60 minutes! The battle of the bad is happening out in L.A. between the Chargers and Jets. Both teams have consistently found ways to lose games all season, and one team will lose worse than the other on Sunday. The Chargers are underachieving this season, ranking 19th in DVOA. Although that isn't great, it is better than what the record suggests. The Jets are a historically bad season, and it could continue to happen this Sunday with Joe Flacco at quarterback.
Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings Sunday, November 22, 4:25 PM ET
The Dallas Cowboys head to Minnesota to take on the Vikings this Sunday afternoon. The quarterback situation in Dallas is interesting with Andy Dalton trying to get back to play, while Garrett Gilbert played well against the Steelers in his start two weeks ago. This could be advantageous for the Cowboys this Sunday when the Vikings will be coming off the short week after playing the Bears on Monday night. If Minnesota wins on Monday, then this game against the Cowboys becomes much bigger. The Vikings will have a chance to get to .500 as they will be fighting for a chance to get a playoff spot this season.
Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders Sunday, November 22, 8:20 PM ET
Kansas City and Oakland get the primetime spot this Sunday in a rematch from earlier this season. The Raiders upset the Chiefs in Kansas City in the first matchup and has been the Chiefs only loss in 2020. Kansas City will want to even the series and get a win back as they try to stay on pace with the undefeated Steelers for the number one seed in the AFC. The Raiders, however, are 6-3 on the season are no slouch. This was the Raiders' best start since 2016, when they started the year 7-2. This game means a lot for both teams, so we should see a great matchup on Sunday night. However, Las Vegas has been overachieving this season, as they rank 22nd in DVOA, according to Football Outsiders.
Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday, November 23, 8:15 PM ET
The Monday night matchup features the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Rams travel schedule has been brutal this year, having to go to the east coast for games against Philadelphia, Buffalo, Washington, and Miami. Now, they will play the Buccs on Monday night, which will play a factor the following week when they have to take on the 49ers. The Buccaneers are coming off a convincing win over Carolina, getting them to 7-3 on the season. They are a half-game behind New Orleans for first place in the NFC South and need to pull off another win if they want a chance at the division and possibly the number one seed in the NFC.