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NFLThe National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFL is one of the four major professional sports leagues in North America and the highest professional level of American football in the world. The NFL is one of the most popular professional sports leagues in the world, with fans and players from around the globe. The regular season of the NFL runs from early September to mid December, consisting of 17 weeks of games. Each team plays 16 games out of their respective conference and has one bye week to rest and prepare for the rest of the season. At the end of the regular season, the top six teams from each conference will qualify for the playoffs. The playoffs are single-elimination brackets, which determine the two teams that will play in the championship game, the Super Bowl. The NFL has a long and distinguished history. It was founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association before changing its name to the National Football League in 1922. The first Super Bowl was held in 1967 and has since become the most watched sporting event in the world. Legendary players like Tom Brady, Brett Favre, and Lawrence Taylor are considered some of the greatest players in the history of the league. The NFL boasts some of the most successful teams in sports history, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, and the New England Patriots. The NFL is renowned as one of the premier leagues in the world of professional American football, with an emphasis on competitive and thrilling entertainment. The season culminates in a grand finale, the Super Bowl, which has become one of the most prestigious and highly watched events on television. The NFL has become an international cultural phenomenon, with fans from all around the world tuning in to watch and rooting for their favorite teams. With it's thrilling and intense competition, the NFL is an engaging spectator sport that will continue to captivate and enthrall audiences for years to come.
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Cleveland Browns at Denver BroncosNFLThe Broncos (5-5) host the Browns (7-3). Dorian Thompson-Robinson stepped in and led Cleveland to a third straight win, and fifth in six weeks, 13-10 over Pittsburgh on Nov. 19. Denver's streak stands at four after outlasting Minnesota in prime time.
Seattle Seahawks at Dallas CowboysNFLThe Seahawks (6-5) face a stiff test as they venture into Texas to challenge the Cowboys (8-3) in prime time. Dallas has outscored opponents 127-37 during its three-game win streak, and put up at least 30 points in winning all five of its home games.
Atlanta Falcons at New York JetsNFLThe Falcons (5-6) continue pursuit of the NFC South title as they visit the sputtering Jets (4-7). Atlanta is tied for the division lead with New Orleans after a 24-15 victory over the Saints last week. New York lost to Miami 34-13 on Black Friday.
Detroit Lions at New Orleans SaintsNFLThe Lions (8-3) look to get back on track when they visit the Big Easy to take on the Saints (5-6). Detroit's three-game win streak was halted with a 29-22 home loss to Green Bay on Thanksgiving. New Orleans plays the first of three in a row at home.
Miami Dolphins at Washington CommandersNFLMiami (8-3) has an eye on achieving the AFC's best record as it visits Washington (4-8). The Dolphins have a big lead in the AFC East following a 34-13 rout of the Jets on Black Friday. Washington comes off a 45-10 loss at Dallas on Thanksgiving.
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee TitansNFLThe Colts (6-5) look to resume their push in the AFC South when they visit the Titans (4-7). Indianapolis has won three in a row after coming out of the bye with a 27-20 triumph over Tampa Bay. Jonathan Taylor (IND) rushed for 91 yards and two TDs.
Los Angeles Chargers at New England PatriotsNFLThe Patriots (2-9) try for their eighth consecutive victory over the Chargers (4-7). New England hasn't lost in the series since 2008. The Patriots have totaled 47 points during their four-game slide. Los Angeles has dropped three in a row.
Arizona Cardinals at Pittsburgh SteelersNFLThe Steelers (7-6) can enhance their playoff chances with a victory over the Cardinals (2-10). Pittsburgh sits 1 1/2 games behind first-place Baltimore in the AFC North, but occupies the top wild-card spot after a 16-10 victory at Cincinnati.
Denver Broncos at Houston TexansNFLPlayoff hopefuls in the red-hot Broncos (6-5) and upstart Texans (6-5) tangle. Denver has won five straight following a 29-12 triumph over postseason contender Cleveland last week. Houston's three-game win streak was halted by Jacksonville, 24-21.
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay BuccaneersNFLThe Panthers (1-10) begin a new chapter as they visit the Buccaneers (4-7). Carolina dismissed coach Frank Reich on Nov. 27 after only 11 games at the helm. Tampa Bay has won five of the last six meetings, but has dropped two in a row overall.
San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia EaglesNFLThe Eagles (10-1) host the 49ers (8-3) in a rematch of last season's NFC title game. Philadelphia won 31-7 before losing in the Super Bowl. Jalen Hurts (PHI) accounted for five TDs, including the overtime winner, in a Week 12 triumph over Buffalo.
Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles RamsNFLThe Rams (5-6) try to stay relevant in the NFC playoff landscape as they host the Browns (7-4). Los Angeles has won two straight following a 37-14 verdict at Arizona last week. Cleveland took a step back by dropping a 29-12 decision at Denver.
Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay PackersNFLThe Packers (5-6) try to keep their momentum as they host the Chiefs (8-3) on Sunday Night Football. Jordan Love has passed for eight TDs in helping Green Bay go 3-1 in its last four. Isiah Pacheco (KC) scored twice in a Week 12 win over Las Vegas.
Indianapolis Colts at Dallas CowboysNFLThe Colts lock horns with the Cowboys. Dallas knocked off rival New York on Thanksgiving for a fourth win in five games. Micah Parsons (DAL), the heavy favorite to win NFL Defensive Player of the Year, has 12 sacks and three forced fumbles in 2022.
Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville JaguarsNFLThe AFC South-leading Jaguars (8-3) host the sliding Bengals (5-6). Jacksonville took a two-game division lead with a 24-21 triumph at upstart Houston in Week 12. Cincinnati has lost three straight as it continues life without quarterback Joe Burrow.
Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville JaguarsNFLFrom TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla.
New England Patriots at Pittsburgh SteelersNFLJuJu Smith-Schuster faces a former team when his Patriots visit the Steelers. Smith-Schuster plays Pittsburgh for the first time. The wide receiver suited up for the Steelers from 2017-21 before signing with the Chiefs as a free agent prior to 2022.
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia EaglesNFLThe Cowboys visit the Eagles. Philadelphia sits atop the NFL with a 7-1 record, and paces the NFC with 224 points scored. A.J. Brown (PHI) became the first player in NFL history to record 125-plus receiving yards in six consecutive games on Oct. 29.
Houston Texans at New York JetsNFLC.J. Stroud and the Texans take their show on the road for a match with the Jets. Stroud threw for 356 yards, accounted for two TDs and engineered a game-winning drive in his last road start, a 30-27 win at Cincinnati. Houston is 2-3 away from home.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland BrownsNFLThe Browns welcome the Jaguars to the Lake Erie shoreline in a clash of AFC playoff hopefuls. Cleveland is 5-1 at home. Jacksonville backup running back D'Ernest Johnson, signed as a free agent in March, played his first four years with Cleveland.
Detroit Lions at Chicago BearsNFLDetroit tries for a fourth victory in a row, and second straight season series sweep, over Chicago. The Lions, behind veteran quarterback Jared Goff, rallied from a 12-point deficit in the final three minutes to beat the Bears 31-26 in Week 11.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta FalconsNFLThe Falcons look to sweep the season series from the Buccaneers for the first time since 2018. Atlanta earned a gritty 16-13 win over Tampa Bay on Oct. 22. Younghoe Koo nailed a 51-yard field goal as time expired to win the game for Atlanta.
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati BengalsNFLThe Colts visit the Bengals. Indianapolis leads the series 20-12 after prevailing 31-27 in 2020. Indianapolis has lost three straight at Cincinnati, last winning 45-37 in 2005. The Colts' Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes in that game.
Los Angeles Rams at Baltimore RavensNFLThe Ravens are back from bye to host the Rams. Los Angeles took down a Lamar Jackson-less Baltimore side 20-19 in the last meeting in January 2022. Current Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. caught the winning TD pass for the Rams in that game.
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans SaintsNFLBryce Young gets a second crack at the Saints as his Panthers end the yearly set. Young's first home start for Carolina saw him link up with Adam Thielen for a touchdown Sept. 18, but New Orleans spoiled the party with a 20-17 victory.
Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas RaidersNFLThe Raiders continue a run at home by lining up with the Vikings. Both clubs were on bye in Week 13. Minnesota's 21-20 loss to Denver on Nov. 19 halted a four-game winning streak on the road. Minnesota has won two straight versus Las Vegas.
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ersNFLThe 49ers and Seahawks complete their season series. San Francisco won its fourth straight game against Seattle with a 31-13 decision on Nov. 23. Star running back Christian McCaffrey rushed for 114 yards and two TDs in the win for the Niners.
Buffalo Bills at Kansas City ChiefsNFLThe Bills continue a grueling stretch of their schedule when they take on the Chiefs post-bye. On Oct. 16, 2022, Buffalo escaped Kansas City with a 24-20 triumph in the first meeting since a memorable Chiefs overtime victory in the 2021 postseason.
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles ChargersNFLThe Broncos go up against Justin Herbert and the Chargers in this Week 14 showing from SoFi Stadium. Herbert has 10 TDs and five interceptions in six games versus Denver, with Los Angeles splitting those contests. The sides meet again in Week 17.
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas CowboysNFLThe Eagles seek their first season-series sweep of the Cowboys since 2011. Philadelphia defeated Dallas 28-23 in Week 9. The Eagles' Jalen Hurts accounted for three touchdowns to offset a trio of TD passes by the Cowboys' Dak Prescott in that game.
Tennessee Titans at Miami DolphinsNFLThe Titans try to solve their road woes as they visit the Dolphins. Tennessee has lost 10 straight outside the Music City, including seven this season. One was a 24-16 setback against Baltimore in London. The Titans beat the Dolphins 34-3 in 2022.
Green Bay Packers at New York GiantsNFLThe Giants and Packers play in primetime. New York played spoiler in Green Bay's international debut as the Giants won 27-22 at London in 2022. Green Bay went into Detroit and pulled off a 29-22 upset on Thanksgiving Day in its last road game.
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Chicago Bears at Minnesota VikingsNFLThe Vikings (6-5) try to bounce back against the Bears (3-8) on Monday Night Football. Minnesota's five-game win streak came to an end in Denver last week. That run of success started with its fifth victory in a row over Chicago, 19-13 in Week 6.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston TexansNFLFirst place in the AFC South is on the line as the Jaguars (7-3) visit the upstart Texans (6-4). Houston upended Jacksonville 37-17 in Week 3 behind Tank Dell's 145 receiving yards and a touchdown. The Jaguars are 5-0 outside the state of Florida.
Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia EaglesNFLBuffalo visits Philadelphia. In Week 11, the Eagles prevailed 21-17 in a Super Bowl rematch with the Chiefs. The Bills smoked the Jets 32-6. Jalen Hurts' (PHI) nine rushing TDs is first among quarterbacks, while Josh Allen (BUF) is second with seven.
Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas RaidersNFLThe Chiefs (7-3) look to rebound when the visit the AFC West rival Raiders (5-6). Kansas City has dropped two of the last three after falling to Philadelphia in a Super Bowl rematch Nov. 20. Travis Kelce (KC) notched four TDs against Vegas last year.