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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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Kansas City Chiefs at New York JetsNFLThe Jets host the Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes became the fastest quarterback to 25,000 career passing yards in Kansas City's 41-10 rout of Chicago in Week 3. New York is 1-1 at MetLife Stadium this season after falling to New England 15-10 on Sept. 24.
Los Angeles Rams at Indianapolis ColtsNFLThe Colts (2-1) come home to play the Rams (1-2). Rookie Indianapolis quarterback Anthony Richardson cleared concussion protocol Sept. 29 and will get the start. The fourth pick in the 2023 draft has accounted for four touchdowns in two games.
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo BillsNFLThe Bills host the Dolphins. Miami became the first team in NFL history to score 70 points and total more than 700 yards of offense in its 70-20 victory over Denver. Miami backs Raheem Mostert and rookie De'Von Achane both punched in four touchdowns.
Washington Commanders at Philadelphia EaglesNFLThe Eagles host the Commanders. Philadelphia defeated Tampa Bay behind 130 rushing yards from D'Andre Swift in Week 3. Jalen Hurts (PHI) has won 20 of his past 21 regular-season starts, with Washington delivering the lone setback in Week 10 of 2022.
Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles ChargersNFLLos Angeles (1-2) hosts rival Las Vegas (1-2). Keenan Allen established the Chargers franchise record with 18 catches during their 28-24 triumph over the Vikings in Week 3. However, the club lost receiver Mike Williams for the year with a torn ACL.
Chicago Bears at Washington CommandersNFLJustin Fields leads the ailing Bears (0-4) into a prime-time tilt with the Commanders (2-2). Fields set career passing marks with 335 yards and four TDs, but Chicago blew a 21-point lead versus Denver in Week 4. Washington has dropped two in a row.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs Buffalo BillsNFLThe Bills take their act overseas as the Jaguars lie in wait in London. Buffalo has outscored opponents 123-33 in winning three straight contests. Jacksonville completes its two-game residency in England after beating Atlanta 23-7 at Wembley Stadium.
Houston Texans at Atlanta FalconsNFLThe Falcons (2-2) return from their English excursion as they host the Texans (2-2). Atlanta fell 23-7 versus Jacksonville in London. Houston thrashed Pittsburgh 30-6 behind C.J. Stroud's 306 passing yards and two TD throws, both to Nico Collins.
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis ColtsNFLTennessee tries for its sixth consecutive victory over Indianapolis. The Colts went to overtime for the second straight game in Week 4, but fell 29-23 to the Rams. The Titans followed up a 27-3 loss with a win by the same score over the Bengals.
Carolina Panthers at Detroit LionsNFLThe Lions (3-1) host the Panthers (0-4). In Week 4, Carolina's Bryce Young returned from an ankle injury and threw for 204 yards in a loss to Minnesota. David Montgomery scored three touchdowns to help Detroit beat Green Bay 34-20 in a Thursday game.
New York Giants at Miami DolphinsNFLThe Dolphins try to get their offensive machine humming once again as they host the Giants. Miami, the top-scoring team in the NFL, fell to Buffalo 48-20 in Week 4. New York fell to 0-3 in prime time this year with a 24-3 loss against Seattle.
New Orleans Saints at New England PatriotsNFLThe Saints (2-2) face the Patriots (1-3). Last game, Derek Carr played through the pain of a sprained AC joint suffered in Week 3, but New Orleans fell 26-9 to Tampa Bay. Mac Jones (NE) was pulled in a 38-3 loss at Dallas, but will start this game.
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh SteelersNFLThe Steelers (2-2) could turn to Mitchell Trubisky as they host Lamar Jackson and the Ravens (3-1) for an AFC North contest. Pittsburgh starter Kenny Pickett was injured on a sack in Week 4. Jackson rushed for two TDs in each of the last two games.
Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona CardinalsNFLThe Bengals limp into the desert to face the Cardinals in a collision of 1-3 teams. Cincinnati's offense is spinning its wheels this season with 49 points and one first-half touchdown as quarterback Joe Burrow plays through a calf injury.
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles RamsNFLThe Rams host the Eagles in a clash of clubs coming off overtime wins. Los Angeles beat Indianapolis on Puka Nacua's first career touchdown. Nacua owns the NFL record for most catches (39) and receiving yards (501) over a player's first four games.
Kansas City Chiefs at Minnesota VikingsNFLThe rejuvenated Vikings (1-3) brace for the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs (3-1). Minnesota won at Carolina 21-13 in Week 4. The Chiefs survived a furious Jets rally to prevail 23-20 on the strength of Isiah Pacheco's 158 yards from scrimmage.
New York Jets at Denver BroncosNFLThe Broncos make a triumphant return home to face the Jets. Denver is a mile high after winning its first game, 31-28 over Chicago. New York erased a 17-point deficit before enduring its third straight setback, 23-20 versus Kansas City in Week 4.
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ersNFLThe 49ers host the Cowboys in a potential NFC championship game preview. San Francisco ousted Dallas from each of the previous two postseasons. Christian McCaffrey (SF) paced the NFL in rushing with 459 yards and six TDs following play in Week 4.
Green Bay Packers at Las Vegas RaidersNFLThe Packers (2-2) visit Sin City to face the Raiders (1-3) on Monday Night Football. Green Bay linebacker Quay Walker racked up a stunning 19 combined tackles, but his ill-timed penalty allowed Detroit to ice a 34-20 prime-time victory in Week 4.
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Denver Broncos at Kansas City ChiefsNFLKansas City comes home seeking a 16th consecutive win over rival Denver. The Chiefs claimed a pair of one-score outings in 2022 for a seventh straight series sweep. Patrick Mahomes (KC) has five touchdown passes through two home games this season.
Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee TitansNFLThe Ravens and Titans meet in London. Baltimore won the last meeting 20-13 in a 2020 wild-card game. Each team is 0-1 in England. The Ravens were routed by the Jaguars 44-7 in 2017. Tennessee was edged by the Los Angeles Chargers 20-19 in 2018.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago BearsNFLThe Vikings try for a fifth straight win over the rival Bears. Minnesota's Justin Jefferson turned 16 catches into 192 yards across a pair of victories over Chicago in 2022. The NFC North rivals will clash again on Monday Night Football in Week 12.
Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville JaguarsNFLThe Jaguars return home from a two-week trip to London to take on the AFC South rival Colts. Jacksonville scored a come-from-behind 31-21 triumph over Indianapolis in Week 1 behind fourth-quarter touchdown runs by Tank Bigsby and Travis Etienne.
Carolina Panthers at Miami DolphinsNFLThe Panthers visit Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins. Miami has won five of seven meetings, including a 33-10 triumph in the last get-together in 2021. Tagovailoa completed 27-of-31 passes for 230 yards and a touchdown to Jaylen Waddle in that game.
San Francisco 49ers at Cleveland BrownsNFLStingy defenses collide on the banks of Lake Erie as the 49ers play the Browns. San Francisco is 2-0 on the road in 2023 with Christian McCaffrey totaling 268 rushing yards and two scores in those victories. San Francisco beat Cleveland 31-3 in 2019.
Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati BengalsNFLThe Seahawks are back from a week off to play a Bengals squad awaiting their bye. Cincinnati leads the all-time series 11-10, although the sides have not met since Seattle's 21-20 triumph in Week 1 of 2019. Cincinnati is 1-1 at home this year.
Washington Commanders at Atlanta FalconsNFLThe Commanders hit the road to play the Falcons. Taylor Heinicke, now a backup quaterback for the Falcons, led Washington to wins over Atlanta in 2021 and 2022. Heinicke totaled five touchdown passes against one interception in those contests.
New Orleans Saints at Houston TexansNFLThe Texans host the Saints for the third time in their 22 seasons of existence. Houston claimed the first two meetings by a combined 47-16 score. New Orleans leads the series 3-2 after scoring 27 second-half points in a 30-28 triumph in 2019.
New England Patriots at Las Vegas RaidersNFLThe Patriots try to avoid another devasting loss against the Raiders. Las Vegas receiver Jakobi Meyers, playing for New England in 2022, sent a backward lateral into the hands of Chandler Jones, who returned it 48 yards to give Vegas a 30-24 win.
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles RamsNFLThe Rams try to resume their winning ways against the Cardinals in an NFC West affair. Arizona is 2-11 versus Los Angeles since the start of 2017 following a 27-17 victory last season. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is 5-5-1 against the Cardinals.
Philadelphia Eagles at New York JetsNFLThe Eagles try to stay perfect against the Jets. Philadelphia has won all 12 meetings, the last two by a combined 40 points, after a 33-18 verdict in 2021. Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert caught six passes for 105 yards and two scores in that game.
New York Giants at Buffalo BillsNFLThe Bills welcome the Giants to western New York. The Empire State clubs have split 14 meetings after Buffalo snapped a three-game series slide with a 28-14 victory in 2019. Josh Allen (BUF) passed for one score and ran for another in that contest.
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles ChargersNFLThe Chargers return from their bye to play the Cowboys on Monday Night Football. Los Angeles will appear on a national stage in three of the next four weeks, while Dallas comes off a prime-time showing in San Francisco. Dallas beat LA 20-17 in 2021.
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Seattle Seahawks at New York GiantsNFLThe Giants (1-2) hope to have Saquon Barkley back when they play the Seahawks (2-1). On Sept. 30, Barkley was officially listed as a game-time decision for this contest as he continues to work his way back from a high-ankle sprain suffered in Week 2.