Green Bay at Detroit (Thursday 12:30pm)
Is this where the Packers undefeated streak ends? Yes.
Miami at Dallas (Thursday 4:15pm)
The Dolphins come in winners of three in a row, but none of those were against as talented a team as Dallas.
San Francisco at Baltimore (Thursday 8:20pm)It's the Harbaugh Bowl (or the Har-Bowl) as brothers Jim
and John face on Thanksgiving Night. A Super Bowl preview? 3,000 miles
on a short holiday week could be too tough for SF.
Buffalo at N.Y.Jets (Sunday 1pm)
Things for from bad to worse for
the Bills, who head coach Chan Gailey called "pitiful" in last Sunday's
loss in Miami. Guess what, he was right!
Cleveland at Cincinnati (Sunday 1pm)
Finally, the Bengals get an AFC North opponent they can handle after rough losses to the Steelers and Ravens.
Tampa Bay at Tennessee (Sunday 1pm)
QB Jake Locker will be
waiting in the wings if the injured Matt Hasselbeck's elbow flares up
again. Tampa's season needs a quick
turnaround and this will be the place to do it.
Carolina at Indianapolis (Sunday 1pm)
Cam Newton's offense put up 35 on Detroit last Sunday. Is 50 a possibility this week?
Houston at Jacksonville (Sunday 1pm)
QB Matt Leinart gets his
first start since 2008 as he takes over for the injured Matt Schaub. The
Jags will provide a not-so-nice welcome mat, but let's be honest,
they're only averaging 12 points a game.
Minnesota at Atlanta (Sunday 1pm)
Will RB Adrian Peterson play with a high ankle sprain? If not, the Falcons should cruise.
Arizona at St. Louis (Sunday 1pm)
The Rams laid a giant egg last
week at home against Seattle. Miss this one at all cost and be thankful
you don't have to watch it.
Washington at Seattle (Sunday 4pm)
The two lowest scoring teams in the NFC get together. ZZZZZZZZZZZZ
Chicago at Oakland (Sunday 4pm)
Welcome back QB Caleb Hanie. Your first mission - go into the Black Hole and win against a pretty good Raiders team.
Denver at San Diego (Sunday 4:15pm)
Can the Tebow Magic continue?
Only if the Broncos defense can continue to hold Phillip Rivers at bay
long enough for it to matter in the final five minutes.
New England at Philadelphia (Sunday 4:15pm)
QB Vince Young looked
magnificent in a nearly nine-minute final quarter, game-winning drive
against the Giants. He should be able to do some damage against the
Patriots, but can they outscore Tom Brady?
Pittsburgh at Kansas City (Sunday 8:20pm)
Why is the nation
subjected to two straight primetime games involving the Chiefs? It
wouldn't matter who played QB for the Steelers if Big Ben can't go with
that fractured thumb (he'll play).
N.Y.Giants at New Orleans (Monday 8:30pm)
Just like their NY counterparts the Jets, the Giants have gone South the
past two games after a quality win. The Saints should keep them there.
Last week: 10-4