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Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information (All times listed are Eastern)

Arizona at ATLANTA, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 709: Kenny Albert, Ronde Barber, Sara Walsh (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 99 (Arizona), 119 (Atlanta); XM: 381 (Arizona), 229 (Atlanta)

Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Dick Stockton, Mark Schlereth, Jennifer Hale (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 127 (Tampa Bay), 108 (Baltimore); XM: 384 (Tampa Bay), 228 (Baltimore)

Detroit at Buffalo, 1 p.m. on FOX on FOX and DirecTV 711: Joe Davis, Brady Quinn, Megan Olivi (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 98 (Detroit), 81 (Buffalo); XM: 380 (Detroit), 226 (Buffalo)

Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. on FOX on FOX and DirecTV 712: Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 125 (Green Bay), 82 (Chicago); XM: 383 (Green Bay), 227 (Chicago)

Oakland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. on CBS on FOX and DirecTV 705: Andrew Catalon, James Lofton; SIRIUS: 103 (Oakland), 146 (Cincinnati); XM: 388 (Oakland), 230 (Cincinnati)

Dallas at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. on FOX on FOX and DirecTV 713: Kevin Barkhardt, Charles Davis, Pam Oliver (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 106 (Dallas), 83 (Indianapolis); XM: 385 (Dallas), 225 (Indianapolis)

Washington at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. on CBS on FOX and DirecTV 708: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Steve Tasker (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 134 (Washington), 113 (Jacksonville); XM: 382 (Washington), 231 (Jacksonville)

Miami at Minnesota, 1 p.m. on CBS on FOX and DirecTV 706: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 133 (Miami), 105 (Minnesota); XM: 386 (Miami), 232 (Minnesota)

Tennessee at New York Giants, 1 p.m. on CBS on FOX and DirecTV 707: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Bruce Arians, Melanie Collins (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 111 (Tennessee), 94 (New York Giants); XM: 387 (Tennessee), 233 (New York Giants)

Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. on FOX on FOX and DirecTV 714: Thom Brennaman, Chris Spielman, Shannon Spake (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 78 (Seattle), 83 (San Francisco); XM: 234 (Seattle), 225 (San Francisco)

New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. on CBS on FOX and DirecTV 715: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson (Field reporter); SIRIUS: 81 (New England), 82 (Pittsburgh); XM: 226 (New England), 227 (Pittsburgh)

Philadelphia at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, Rod Woodson; SIRIUS: 81 (Philadelphia), 83 (Los Angeles Rams); XM: 226 (Philadelphia), 225 (Los Angeles Rams)

New Orleans at Carolina, 8:15 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Joe Tessitore, Jason Witten, Booger McFarland, Lisa Salters (Field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Larua Okmin; SIRIUS: 81 (New Orleans), 83 (Carolina); XM: 226 (New Orleans), 225 (Carolina)

Sunday and Monday Officials
Arizona at ATLANTA, 1 p.m.: Shawn Smith
Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 1 p.m.: Ron Torbert
Detroit at Buffalo, 1 p.m.: Jerome Boger
Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m.: John Hussey
Oakland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.: Alex Kemp
Dallas at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.: Carl Cheffers
Washington at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.: Clete Blakeman
Miami at Minnesota, 1 p.m.: Walt Coleman
Tennessee at New York Giants, 1 p.m.: Shawn Hochuli
Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.: Pete Morelli
New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.: John Parry
Philadelphia at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m.: Bill Vinovich
New Orleans at Carolina, 8:15 p.m. Monday: Tony Corrente

Sunday and Monday Odds (Home Teams in CAPS)

Sunday’s Games

Favorite              Spread    Underdog          O/U
ATLANTA               –  8 1/2  Arizona           44
MINNESOTA             –  7      Miami             43
CINCINNATI            –  3      Oakland           45
BALTIMORE             –  8      Tampa Bay         46 1/2
INDIANAPOLIS          –  3      Dallas            47
BUFFALO               –  2 1/2  Detroit           38 1/2
CHICAGO               –  5 1/2  Green Bay         45
NEW YORK GIANTS       –  2 1/2  Tennessee         43 1/2
JACKSONVILLE          –  7      Washington        36
Seattle               –  6 1/2  SAN FRANCISCO     44 1/2
New England           –  2 1/2  PITTSBURGH        52
LOS ANGELES RAMS      –  9 1/2  Philadelphia      54

Monday’s Game

Favorite              Spread    Underdog          O/U
New Orleans           –  6 1/2  CAROLINA          52

Saturday, Sunday and Monday Injury Report

Arizona at ATLANTA, 1 p.m.

Arizona
QUESTIONABLE: S Budda Baker (Knee), LB Deone Bucannon (Chest), WR Chad Williams (Hamstring)

Atlanta
OUT: DT Terrell McClain (Toe)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Romarius Smith (Back)

Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Tampa Bay
OUT: S Justin Evans (Toe), WR DeSean Jackson (Thumb)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Carlton Davis (Knee), S Isaiah Johnson (Concussion), LB Adarius Taylor (Not Injury Related), DT Beau Allen (Wrist), T Demar Dotson (Knee), DE Jason Pierre-Paul (Knee)

Baltimore
DOUBTFUL: G Alexander Lewis (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: !B Joe Flacco (Hip), LB Anthony Levine (Ankle), LB Tim Williams (Ankle), CB Tavon Young (Groin), CB Marlon Humphrey (Groin), S Tony Jefferson (Ankle)

Detroit at Buffalo, 1 p.m.

Detroit
OUT: WR Bruce Ellington (Hamstring), DE Da’Shawn Hand (Knee), RB Kerryon Johnson (Knee), T Richard Wagner (Concussion), S Charles Washington (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Trevor Bates (Ankle), RB Nick Bellore (Ankle), CB Marcus Cooper (Back), T Taylor Decker (Shoulder), LB Devnon Kennard (Hip), QB Matthew Stafford (Back)

Buffalo
OUT: CB Ryan Lewis (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Chris Ivory (Shoulder), K Stephen Hauschka (Right Hip), RB LeSean McCoy (Hamstring), TE Logan Thomas (Hamstring)

Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m.

Green Bay
DOUBTFUL: T Bryan Bulaga (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Bashaud Breeland (Groin), DT Kenneth Clark (Elbow)

Chicago
QUESTIONABLE: S Eddie Jackson (Shin), WR Allen Robinson (Hip), DT Bilal Nichols (Knee)

Oakland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

Oakland
QUESTIONABLE: G Gabriel Jackson (Elbow), G Kelechi Osemele (Toe), DT Maurice Hurst (Ankle), LB Kyle Wilber (Hamstring)

Cincinnati

DOUBTFUL: CB KeiVarae Russell (Finger)
OUT: LB Vontaze Burfict (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: T Cordy Glenn (Back), DE Michael Johnson (Concussion), CB D’Andre Kirkpatrick (Ankle), CB Tony McCrae (Concussion)

Dallas at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Dallas
OUT: DE David Irving (Ankle), G Zach Martin (Knee), TE Geoffery Swain (Wrist)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Randy Gregory (Not Injury Related), WE Lance Lenoir (Illness), WR Tavon Austin (Groin), LB Sean Lee (Hamstring), T Tyron Smith (Neck)

Indianapolis
OUT: G Mark Glowinski (Ankle), S Michael Mitchell (Calf), LB Skai Moore (Neck)
QUESTIONABLE: S Clayton Geathers (Knee), WR Eugene Hilton (Ankle)

Washington at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Washington
OUT: LB Orlando Anderson (Hamstring), G Anthony Bergstrom (Knee), QB Josh McCoy (Fibula), TE Jordan Reed (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: S Montae Nicholson (Illness), RB Chris Thompson (Illness), WR Josh Doctson (Concussion), LS Nicholas Sundberg (Back), DE Matthew Ioannidis (Shin), T Morgan Moses (Ankle), T Attauyo Nsekhe (Knee)

Jacksonville
OUT: WR Darrell Chark (Quadricep), LB Leon Jacobs (Quadricep)
T Jermey Parnell (Knee), G Josh Walker (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: K Josh Lambo (Right Groin), DE Lerentee McCray (Illness)

Miami at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

Miami
DOUBTFUL: Xavien Howard CB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Doubtful
QUESTIONABLE: Tim McDonald S Ankle Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

Minnesota
OUT: wR Chad Beebe (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: TE David Morgan (Knee), G Mike Remmers (Back), DT Sheldon Richardson (HiP)

Tennessee at New York Giants, 1 p.m.

Tennessee
OUT: RB David Fluellen (Knee), LB Brian Orakpo (Elbow), TE Cole Wick (Shoulder)

New York Giants
OUT: WR Odell Beckham, Jr. (Quadricep)

Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.

Seattle
DOUBTFUL: G Danny Fluker (Hamstring)
OUT: S Maurice Alexander (Concussion), RB Rashaad Penny (Knee), LB Kenneth Wright (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Jarran Reed (Oblique), WR Doug Baldwin (Hip), S Bradley McDougald (Knee)

San Francisco
OUT: S Jaquiski Tartt (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Matthew Breida (Ankle), WR Marquise Goodwin (Calf), DE Cassius Marsh (Concussion), LB Mark Nzeocha (Groin), WR Dante Pettis (Foot), CB K’Waun Williams CB Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.

New England
QUESTIONABLE: LB Eladon Roberts (Thigh)

Pittsburgh
OUT: T Marcus Gilbert (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: RB James Conner (Ankle), WR Ryan Switzer (Ankle)

Philadelphia at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m.

Philadelphia
DOUBTFUL: QB Carson Wentz (Back)
OUT: LB Jordan Hicks (Calf), DT Timothy Jernigan (Back), CB Sidney Jones (Hamstring), G Isaac Seumalo (Pectoral)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Michael Bennett (Foot) WR Shelton Gibson (Wrist), S Avonte Maddox (Ankle)

Los Angeles Rams – Los Angeles Rams reported no injuries

New Orleans at Carolina, 8:15 p.m. Monday

New Orleans
OUT: Terron Armstead (Pectoral)

Carolina
DOUBTFUL: DT Kawann Short (Calf)
OUT: K Graham Gano (Left Knee)

Sunday and Monday Weather
Arizona at ATLANTA, 1 p.m.: Game indoors
Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 1 p.m.: Overcast with a 40 percent chance of rain and 48 degrees
Detroit at Buffalo, 1 p.m.: Overcast and 37 degrees
Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m.: Mostly sunny and 42 degrees
Oakland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.: Mostly cloudy and 46 degrees
Dallas at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.: Game indoors
Washington at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.: Mostly sunny and 63 degrees
Miami at Minnesota, 1 p.m.: Game indoors
Tennessee at New York Giants, 1 p.m.: Overcast with a 60 percent chance of rain and 39 degrees
Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.: Overcast with a 70 pecent chance of rain and 61 degrees
New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.: OVercast with a 60 pecente chance of rain and 42 degrees
Philadelphia at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m.: Clear and 61 degrees
New Orleans at Carolina, 8:15 p.m. Monday: Clear and 48 degrees

Broadcast Information and Injury Report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel. (Note: Weather information is based on kickoff local time)

Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information (All Times Eastern)

Kansas City at ATLANTA, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl (Field reporter). Westwood One: John Sadak, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 112 (Kansas City), 82 (Atlanta). XM: 380 (Kansas City), 82 (Atlanta).

Miami at Baltimore, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 706: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Chris Fischer (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 134 (Miami), 93 (Baltimore). XM: 382 (Miami), 227 (Baltimore).

Houston at Green Bay, 1 p.m. on and DirecTV 707: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 136 (Houston), 81 (Green Bay). XM: 385 (Houston), 225 (Green Bay).

Denver at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots. SIRIUS: 146 (Denver), 108 (Jacksonville). XM: 387 (Denver), 229 (Jacksonville).

San Francisco at Chicago, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 709: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (San Francisco), 83 (Chicago). XM: 383 (San Francsico), 226 (Chicago).

Philadelphia at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Peter Schrager (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 132 (Philadelphia), 113 (Cincinnati). XM: 384 (Philadelphia), 230 (Cincinnati).

Los Angeles at New England, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 138 (Los Angeles), 145 (New England). XM: 386 (Los Angeles), 228 (New England).

Detroit at New Orleans, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 712: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 135 (Detroit), 121 (New Orleans). XM: 381 (Detroit), 231 (New Orleans).

Buffalo at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 713: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 133 (Buffalo), 93 (Oakland). XM: 232 (Buffalo), 227 (Oakland).

Washington at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 714: Dick Stockton, Chris Spielman, Kristina Pink (Field reporter). Westwood One: Tom McCarthy, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 108 (Washington), 83 (Arizona). XM: 229 (Washington), 226 (Arizona).

New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 715: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 113 (New York Giants), 82 (Pittsburgh). XM: 230 (New York Giants), 82 (Pittsburgh). =

Tampa Bay at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 716: Sam Rosen, David Diehl, Holly Sonders (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 145 (Tampa Bay), 81 (San Diego). XM: 228 (Tampa Bay), 225 (San Diego).

Carolina at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Carolina), 81 (Seattle). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Carolina), 225 (Seattle).

Indianapolis at New York Jets, 8:30 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Harland, Boomer Esiason, Steve Tasker (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 81 (Indianapolis), 83 (New York Jets). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 225 (Indianapolis), 226 (New York Jets).

Sunday and Monday Officials
Kansas City at ATLANTA, 1 p.m. – Walt Coleman
Miami at Baltimore, 1 p.m. – Carl Cheffers
Houston at Green Bay, 1 p.m. – Gene Steratore
Denver at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. – Craig Wrolstad
San Francisco at Chicago, 1 p.m. – Pete Morelli
Philadelphia at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. – Jeff Triplette
Los Angeles at New England, 1 p.m. – Jerome Boger
Detroit at New Orleans, 1 p.m. – Clete Blakeman
Buffalo at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. – Bill Vinovich
Washington at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. – Walt Anderson
New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. – Terry McAulay
Tampa Bay at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. – John Hussey
Carolina at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. – John Parry
Indianapolis at New York Jets, 8:30 p.m. Monday – Ronald Torbert

Sunday and Monday Odds (Home Team in CAPS)

Sunday’s Games
Favorite               Spread        Underdog                O/U
ATLANTA                –  3 1/2      Kansas City             46 1/2
BALTIMORE              –  3 1/2      Miami                   41
CHICAGO                –  2 1/2      San Francisco           43 1/2
Philadelphia           –  2 1/2      CINCINNATI              41 1/2
GREEN BAY              –  4 1/2      Houston                 46 1/2
Denver                 –  5          JACKSONVILLE            42
NEW ENGLAND            – 13 1/2      Los Angeles             44 1/2
NEW ORLEANS            –  5 1/2      Detroit                 53 1/2
OAKLAND                –  3          Buffalo                 50
ARIZONA                –  2 1/2      Washington              49 1/2
PITTSBURGH             –  6          New York Giants         49 1/2
SAN DIEGO              –  4 1/2      Tampa Bay               48
SEATTLE                –  6 1/2                              44 1/2

Monday’s Game
Favorite               Spread        Underdog                O/U
Indiana                –  1          NEW YORK JETS           49 1/2

Sunday and Monday Injury Report

Kansas City at Atlanta, 1 p.m.

Kansas City
QUESTIONABLE: DT Dontari Poe (Back), LB Donald Ford (Hamstring), LB Justin Houston (Shoulder), WR Jeremy Maclin (Groin),
DE Kendall Reyes DE Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

Atlanta
OUT: DE Adrian Clayborn (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Paul Worrilow (Illness)

Miami at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Miami
OUT: C James Pouncey (Hip)
DOUBTFUL: CB Xavien Howard (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR DeVante Parker (Back), T Branden Albert (Wrist), T Jermon Bushrod (Calf), RB Kenyan Drake (Knee), T
Laremy Tunsil (Shoulder), LB Kristian Alonso (Hamstring), LB Jelani Jenkins (Knee), DT Earl Mitchell (Back)

Baltimore
OUT: TE Crockett Gillmore (Thigh), T Alexander Lewis (Ankle), RB Lorenzo Taliaferro (Thigh)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Kamar Aiken (Thigh), CB James Smith (Back)

San Francisco at Chicago, 1 p.m.

San Francisco
QUESTIONABLE: LB Aaron Lynch (Ankle), WR Quinton Patton (Concussion)

Chicago
OUT: QB Jay Cutler (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: WR William Royal (Toe), LB Willie Young (Knee), S Adrian Amos (Foot), LB Leonard Floyd (Concussion), CB Deiondre’ Hall (Ankle), G Josh Sitton (Ankle)

Philadephia at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

Philadelphia
OUT: RB Ryan Mathews (Knee), T Halapoulivaati Vaitai (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Jordan Matthews (Ankle)

Cincinnati
OUT: DE Wallace Gilberry (Calf), WR Adriel Green (Hamstring), S Derron Smith (Thigh)
DOUBTFUL: TE Christopher Uzomah (Calf), LS Clark Harris (Groin)

Houston at Green Bay, 1 p.m.

Houston
OUT: RB Tyler Ervin (Ribs), LB John Simon (Chest), WR Jaelen Strong (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: S Andre Hal (Illness), RB Alfred Blue (Calf), DE Jadeveon Clowney (Elbow), LB Brian Cushing (Back)

Green Bay
OUT: LB Kyler Fackrell (Hamstring), CB Demetri Goodson (Knee)
DOUBTFUL: G Thomas Lang (Foot), C Joseph Tretter (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Blake Martinez (Knee), LB William Matthews (Shoulder), QB Aaron Rodgers (Hamstring), LB Jake Ryan (Ankle) Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

Denver at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Denver
OUT: RB Andy Janovich (Ankle), LS Casey Kreiter (Calf), QB Trevor Siemian (Foot), WR Bennie Fowler (Knee)

Jacksonville
OUT: WR Rashad Greene (Achilles), WR Allen Hurns (Hamstring), RB Chris Ivory (Hamstring), DE Jared Odrick (Shoulder)
DOUBTFUL: TE Julius Thomas (Back), DE Yannick Ngakoue (Ankle)

Los Angeles at New England, 1 p.m.

Los Angeles
DOUBTFUL: WR Tavon Austin (Chest)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Robert Quinn (Concussion), C Tim Barnes (Foot), T Andrew Donnal (Hip), T Rodger Saffold (Hand)

New England
OUT: TE Rob Gronkowski (Back), S Jordan Richards (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Woodrow Hamilton (Illness), WR Matthew Slater (Foot), TE Martellus Bennett (Ankle), QB Tom Brady (Knee), S Nate Ebner (Concussion), WR Julian Edelman (Foot), DE Trey Flowers (Shin), WR Chris Hogan (Back), LB Elandon Roberts (Jaw)

Detroit at New Orleans, 1 p.m.

Detroit
QUESTIONABLE: DE Ezekiel Ansah (Ankle), S Don Carey (Hamstring), WR Marvin Jones (Thigh), LB DeAndre Levy (Knee), RB Theo Riddick (Ankle), LB Tahir Whitehead (Knee)

New Orleans
OUT: T Terron Armstead (Knee), RB Daniel Lasco (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Mark Ingram (Toe)

Buffalo at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.

Buffalo
OUT: CB Ronald Darby (Concussion), WR William Harvin (Illness), WR Robert Woods (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Lorenzo Alexander (Ankle), S Sergio Brown (Hamstring), TE Charles Clay (Knee), DT Marcell Dareus (Abdomen),
RB Mike Gillislee (Hamstring), T Cordy Glenn (Back), WR Marquise Goodwin (Wrist), S James Ihedigbo (Ankle), G Richie Incognito (Neck), G John Miller (Shoulder), WR Sammy Watkins (Foot)

Oakland
OUT: LB Shilique Calhoun (Knee), CB Derek Hayden (Hamstring), DT Darius Latham (Ankle), DT Stacy McGee (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: CB David Amerson (Knee), WR Michael Crabtree (Ankle), C Rodney Hudson (Knee), RB Latavius Murray (Ankle), G
Kelechi Osemele (Knee), LB Perry Riley (Hamstring), LB Malcolm Smith (Hamstring)

Washington at Arizona, 4:25 p.m.

Washington
OT: DE Anthony Lanier (Shin), TE Jordan Reed (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Terence Garvin (Shoulder), DE Ricky Jean Francois (Knee), LB Trent Murphy (Ankle), LS Nicholas Sundberg
(Back), RB Christopher Thompson (Illness), CB Bashaud Breeland (Ankle), T Attauyo Nsekhe (Ankle), G Brandon Scherff (Ankle)

Arizona
DOUBTFUL: S Tyrann Mathieu (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: WE John Brown

New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.

New York Giants
OUT: S Natneal Berhe (Concussion), LB Sandon Herzlich (Concussion), DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa (Knee), G Justin Pugh (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: C Brett Jones (Calf), T Marshall Newhouse (Knee)

Pittsburgh
OUT: WR Darrius Heyward-Bey (Foot), RB DeAngelo Williams (Knee)

Tampa Bay at San Diego, 4:25 p.m.

Tampa Bay
OUT: S Christopher Conte (Chest), C Evan Smith (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Brandon Myers (Hip), RB Jacquizz Rodgers (Foot), S Ryan Smith (Shoulder), DT Gerald McCoy (Foot)

San Diego
OUT: LB Jeremiah Attaochu (Foot), LB Jatavis Brown (Knee), CB Brandon Flowers (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Asante-Jabari Cleveland (Concussion), DT Tenny Palepoi (Shoulder), WR Tyrell Williams (Shoulder)

Carolina at Seattle, 8:30 p.m.

Carolina
OUT: DE Mario Addison (Foot), S Kurtis Coleman (Concussion), LB Luke Kuechly (Concussion), T Daryl Williams (Ankle)

Seattle
OUT: LB Brockway Coyle (Foot), RB C.J. Prosise (Shoulder), WR Paul Richardson (Hamstring), LB Jordan Tripp (Thigh)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Troymaine Pope (Ankle), DE Michael Bennett (Knee), DE Damontre Moore (Foot), TE Luke Wilson (Knee)

Indianapolis at New York Jets, 8:30 p.m. on Monday

Indianapolis
OUT: S Clayton Geathers (Neck), LB Robert Mathis (Bicep), CB Patrick Robinson (Groin)
QUESTIONABLE: T Denzelle Good (Shoulder), WR Eugene Hilton (Back), DT Hassan Ridgeway (Back)

New York Jets
OUT: WR Jalin Marshall (Concussion), DT Stephen McLendon (Hamstring), S Calvin Pryor (Concussion)
DOUBTFUL: LB Lorenzo Mauldin (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Muhammad Wilkerson (Ankle), LB Bruce Carter (Quadricep), T Breno Giacomini (Back), CB Marcus Williams (Ankle)

Sunday and Monday Weather
Kansas City at ATLANTA, 1 p.m. (Game indoors)
Miami at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (Overcast and 47 degrees)
Houston at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (Overcast with a 30 percent chance of snow and 38 degrees)
Denver at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 74 degrees)
San Francisco at Chicago, 1 p.m. (Overcast with a 40 pecent chance of snow and 35 degrees)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (Overcast and 43 degrees)
Los Angeles at New England, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 39 degrees)
Detroit at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (Game indoors)
Buffalo at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 58 degrees)
Washington at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, sunny and 66 degrees)
New York Giants at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. (Overcast and 42 degrees)
Tampa Bay at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. (Sunny and 69 degrees)
Carolina at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 41 degrees)
Indianapolis at New York Jets, 8:30 p.m. Monday (Partly cloudy and 42 degrees)

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel.

The NFL has entered the second half of the season and the excitement is building as playoff races tighten.

Nine teams have at least six wins, led by the 8-1 Dallas Cowboys – Dallas (8-1), Kansas City (7-2), New England (7-2), Oakland (7-2), Denver (7-3), Seattle (6-2-1), Houston (6-3), the New York Giants (6-3) and Atlanta (6-4). The AFC West has three teams with at least seven wins – Kansas City, Oakland and Denver – and the NFC East is the only division in which all four teams have a winning record – Dallas, the Giants, Washington (5-3-1) and Philadelphia (5-4).

As the season moves into the second half, it’s all still to be decided, with plenty of football left to play. So don’t count anyone out. Since 1990, 25 teams have qualified for the playoffs with a losing record through nine games. Last year, four teams accomplished the feat and advanced to the postseason – Houston (4-5), Kansas City (4-5), Seattle (4-5) and Washington (4-5).

On the field, the games continue to be close. Through the first 10 weeks, 110 games have been within one score in the fourth quarter, the most such games in a season’s first 10 weeks in NFL history.

Last Sunday, there were two games which featured seven lead changes – Dallas at Pittsburgh and Seattle at New England – which marked the first day in NFL history with two games having at least seven lead changes. Additionally, the Kansas City Chiefs scored 20 unanswered points – including 17 in the fourth quarter – to overcome a 17-0 deficit and pull out a 20-17 victory at Carolina. The Chiefs have now rallied from a 14+ point deficit in the fourth quarter in two games this season (Week 1 vs. San Diego and Week 10 at Carolina) and are the first team to have two such victories in a season since the 2003 Indianapolis Colts. So in the NFL, no lead is safe, even if you are the home team.

Also in Week 11, the NFL returns to Mexico for the first time since October 2, 2005 when a crowd of 103,467 witnessed the league’s first international regular-season game as the Arizona Cardinals defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-14 at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. On Monday night at 8:30 p.m., two first-place teams – the Oakland Raiders (7-2) and Houston Texans (6-3) – will meet at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City in the first-ever Monday Night Football game to be played outside the United States. The game will be televised live on ESPN in the U.S. and on Televisa and ESPN in Mexico.

“Expanding our International Series of regular-season games to Mexico marks an important step in our continued international growth,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told the New York Times, ESPN and USA Today. “We have a tremendous, passionate fan base in Mexico and we know the atmosphere on game day will be outstanding.”

Four of the NFL’s 10 largest single-game attendance totals have come in Mexico, including the top two: 112,376 fans on August 15, 1994 (American Bowl preseason game between the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Oilers) and 106,424 on August 17, 1998 (American Bowl preseason game between the Cowboys and New England Patriots). Both of those contests were also played at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.

ICYMI: Dallas rookie running back Ezekiel Elliot rushed for 114 yards with two touchdowns – including the game-winning 32-yard score with nine seconds remaining – and had 95 receiving yards with a touchdown in the Cowboys’ 35-30 win at Pittsburgh. Elliott has 1,005 rushing yards and is the third player in NFL history to rush for at least 1,000 yards in his first nine career games, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson (1,096) and Adrian Peterson (1,081).

Elliott, who had a 60-yard touchdown run in Week 5 against Cincinnati, had an 83-yard touchdown catch in today’s game. He is the first rookie running back to have a 60+ yard touchdown run and an 80+ yard touchdown catch in a season since Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers in 1965.

•Denver rookie Justin Simmons blocked an extra-point attempt with 1:22 remaining in the fourth quarter and Broncos rookie Will Parks returned it for the game-winning two-point conversion in Denver’s 25-23 win at New Orleans. It marked the first-ever game-winning defensive two-point conversion since the rule was adopted in 2015 and the first to give the scoring team the lead.

New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees threw three touchdown passes for the Saints. He has 452 career touchdown passes and joined Peyton Manning (539) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Brett Farve (508) as the only quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 450 touchdown passes.

It was a pretty good weekend for former Heisman Trophy QBs in the NFL in week 10…

•Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 73.1 percent of his passes (19 of 26) for 295 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions for a 149.8 passer rating in the Titans’ 47-25 win over Green Bay. Mariota is the first quarterback in NFL history to have three games with a 70.0+ completion percentage, at least four touchdown passes and no interceptions in his first two seasons.

Titans running back DeMarco Murray rushed for 123 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown, and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass. Murray is the first non-quarterback since Pro Football Hall of Famer John Henry Johnson in 1960 (December 11, 1960) to have a 75+ yard touchdown run and a touchdown pass in the same game.

•Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston passed for 312 yards and two touchdowns in the Buccaneers’ 36-10 win over Chicago. Winston (22 years, 312 days) is the youngest player in NFL history to reach 40 career touchdown passes (41). The previous mark was held by Drew Bledsoe at 22 years, 313 days old.

•Arizona running back David Johnson had 101 scrimmage yards (55 rushing, 46 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in the Cardinals’ 23-20 win over San Francisco. In his career, Johnson has 17 rushing touchdowns, five receiving touchdowns and one kickoff-return touchdown. He is one of three players in NFL history – Pro Football Hall of Famer GALE Sayers and Abner Haynes – to have at least 15 rushing touchdowns, five receiving touchdowns and a kickoff-return touchdown in a player’s first two seasons.

Johnson is the first player to record at least 100 scrimmage yards in each of his team’s first nine games since Eegerin James did it with Indianapolis in 2005.

•Kansas City scored 17 fourth quarter points in the team’s 20-17 win at Carolina. The Chiefs overcame a 17-0 deficit, the second time this season Kansas City has won a game after trailing by at least 17 points (Week 1, San Diego, 21 points). The Chiefs are the seventh team in NFL history to win at least two games in which it trailed by at least 17 points in the first nine games of a season.

Carolina quarterback Cam Newton passed for 261 yards with a touchdown and rushed for 54 yards with a touchdown in the Panthers’ loss. Newton has 20,257 passing yards and 3,468 rushing yards in his career and is the only player in NFL history to have at least 20,000 passing yards and 3,000 rushing yards in his first six seasons.

•Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones had 10 catches for 135 yards in the Falcons’ 24-15 loss at Philadelphia. Jones, who was playing in his 75th game, has 475 career catches, the most in NFL history by a player in his first 75 games. Jones has 7,306 career receiving yards and is one of two players in league annals with at least 7,000 receiving yards in his first 75 games (Pro Football Hall of Famer Lance Alworth, 7,532).

Minnesota wide receiver Stefon Diggs had 13 catches for 164 yards in the Vikings’ 26-20 loss at Washington. Diggs, who had 13 catches for 80 yards last week, is the first player in NFL history to have at least 13 catches in consecutive games.

BACK AND FORTH: If you like lead changes, last Sunday was your week. Sunday marked the first day in NFL history with multiple games that had at least seven lead changes.

Dallas and Pittsburgh saw seven lead changes, including four in the fourth quarter and two in the final minute of play, in Dallas’ 35-30 victory at Pittsburgh. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Antonio Brown with 42 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter giving Pittsburgh a 30-29 lead. Five plays later, Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliot sprinted up the middle for the game-winning 32-yard touchdown with nine seconds remaining.

Elliott, who also had a go-ahead 14-yard touchdown run with 1:55 remaining in the fourth quarter, is the first NFL player since Ahmad Rashad on September 16, 1974 to score two go-ahead touchdowns in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter of the same game. Rashad had two go-ahead touchdown catches in the final two minutes of the Buffalo Bills’ 21-20 victory against the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football.

The lead changes from Sunday’s Dallas-Pittsburgh game:
Quarter – Time (Scoring Play; Score)
2nd – 11:04 (Dallas: Bailey 53-yard field goal; Dallas 13, Pittsburgh 12)
2nd – 4:43 (Pittsburgh: Boswell 39-yard field goal; Pittsburgh 15, Dallas 13)
3rd – 1:35 (Dallas: Bryant 50-yard pass from Prescott (Bailey kick); Dallas 23, Pittsburgh 18)
4th – 7:51 (Pittsburgh: Bell 1-yard run (pass failed); Pittsburgh 24, Dallas 23)
4th – 1:55 (Dallas: Elliott 14-yard run (pass failed); Dallas 29. Pittsburgh 24)
4th – 0:42 (Pittsburgh: Brown 15-yard pass from Roethlisberger (pass failed); Pittsburgh 30, Dallas 29)
4th – 0:09 (Dallas: Elliott 32 yard run (pass failed); Dallas 35, Pittsburgh 30)

On Sunday night, Seattle defeated New England 31-24, in a game that featured seven lead changes. Seattle kicker Steven Hauschka converted a 23-yard field goal – his fourth field goal of the game – for the deciding score with 8:56 left in the fourth quarter. With 43 seconds remaining in the contest, the Seahawks’ defense stopped the Patriots on four-consecutive plays starting at the Seattle 2-yard line to secure the victory.

The lead changes from Sunday’s Seattle-New England game:
Quarter – Time (Scoring Play; Score)
2nd – 10:52 (Seattle: Baldwin 6-yard pass from Wilson (kick blocked); Seattle 12, New England 7
2nd – 1:05 (New England: Blount 1-yard run (Gostkowski kick); New England 14, Seattle 12)
2nd – 0:06 (Seattle: Baldwin 18-yard pass from Wilson (Hauschka kick); Seattle 19, New England 14)
3rd – 7:52 (New England: Blount 13-yard run (Gostkowski kick); New England 21, Seattle 19)
3rd – 2:52 (Seattle: Hauschka 41-yard field goal; Seattle 22, New England 21)
4th – 13:00 (New England; New England: Gostkowski 30-yard field goall New England 24, Seattle 22)
4th – 8:56 (Seattle: Hauschka 23-yard field goal; Seattle 25, New England 24)

FOURTH-QUARTER COMEBACKS: Through Week 10, there have been 44 games in which a team that trailed in the fourth quarter came back to win, tied for the most such games in the first 10 weeks of a season in NFL history. Seven teams – Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, Miami, the New York Giants, Philadelphia and Seattle – overcame a fourth-quarter deficit to win in Week 10.

The most games won by a team that trailed in the fourth quarter through Week 10:

SEASON – GAMES WON WHEN TRAILING IN 4TH QUARTER THROUGH WEEK 10
2016 – 44
2015 – 43
2011 – 43
1999 – 43
1989 – 44

CLOSE GAMES: There have been 110 games within one score in the fourth quarter through Week 10, the most such games in the first 10 weeks of a season in NFL history. Three teams – Detroit, the New York Giants and Washington – have had all of their games within one score in the fourth quarter this season.

The most games within one score in the fourth quarter through Week 10:

SEASON – GAMES WITHIN ONE SCORE IN THE 4TH QUARTER THROUGH WEEK 10
2016 – 110
2015 – 102
2013 – 105
2011 – 101
2004 – 103

Additionally, there have been 87 games decided by eight points or fewer and 81 games decided by seven points or fewer through Week 10, both the most such games in the first 10 weeks of a season in league annals.

The most games decided by eight points or fewer through Week 10:

SEASON – GAMES DECIDED BY EIGHT POINTS OR FEWER THROUGH WEEK 10
2016 – 87
2015 – 81
2013 – 77
2012 – 77
2010 – 79
1999 – 79

The most games decided by seven points or fewer through Week 10:

SEASON – GAMES DECIDED BY SEVEN POINTS OR FEWER THROUGH WEEK 10

2016 – 81
2015 – 76
2011 – 72
1999 – 73
1987 – 72
1983 – 72

ALL-PURPOSE BACK: Arizona running back David Johnson had 101 scrimmage yards (55 rushing, 46 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in the Cardinals’ 23-20 win over San Francisco.

In his career, Johnson has 17 rushing touchdowns, five receiving touchdowns and one kickoff-return touchdown. He is one of three players in NFL history – Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers and Abner Haynes – to have at least 15 rushing touchdowns, five receiving touchdowns and a kickoff-return touchdown in a player’s first two seasons.

The players with 15+ rushing TDs, 5+ receiving TDs and a kickoff-return TD in their first two seasons:

PLAYER: SEASONS; TEAM (RUSHING TDS, RECEIVING TDS, KICKOFF RETURN TDS)
David Johnson: 2015-2016; Arizona Cardinals (17, 5, 1)
Gale Sayers: 1965-1966l Chicago Bears (22, 8, 3)*
Abner Haynes: 1960-1961; Dallas Texans (18, 6, 1)
*Pro Football Hall of Famer

ROOKIE CONNECTION: Dallas rookie quarterback Dak Prescott passed for 319 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 121.7 passer rating in the Cowboys’ 35-30 win at Pittsburgh. Rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott had 114 yards rushing with two touchdowns and a career-long 83-yard touchdown reception in the victory.

The 83-yard score was the longest touchdown pass from a rookie passer to a rookie teammate since October 5, 1986, when Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau threw an 84-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Bill Brooks.

The longest touchdown passes from a rookie passer to a rookie teammate since
1970:

DATE – TEAM (QUARTERBACK, RECEIVER – YARDS)
December 19, 1971 – New England (Jim Plunkett, Randy Vataha – 88)
December 6, 1970 – Pittsburgh (Terry Bradshaw, Dave Smith – 87)
October 5, 1986 – Indianapolis (Jack Trudeau, Bill Brooks – 84)
November 13, 2016 – Dallas (Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott – 83)

Prescott (2,339 passing yards) and Elliott (1,005 rushing yards) became the second rookie quarterback and rookie running back teammates with at least passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a season, joining Robert Griffin III (3,200 passing yards) and ALFRED MORRIS (1,613 rushing yards) who accomplished the feat with Washington in 2012.

SEASON – TEAM (PLAYER, PASSING YARDS; PLAYER, RUSHING YARDS)
2016 – Dallas (Dak Prescott, 2,339; Ezekiel Elliott, 1,005)*
2012 – Washington (Robert Griffin III, 3,200; Alfred Morris, 1,613)
*Through nine games

Prescott and Elliott are the first pair of rookie teammates in NFL history to accomplish the feat in the team’s first nine games.

DUAL-THREAT DE MARCO: Tennessee running back DeMarco Murray rushed for a 75-yard touchdown and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter of the Titans’ 47-25 win over Green Bay. Murray is the first non-quarterback since Pro Football Hall of Famer John Henry Johnson in 1960 (December 11, 1960) to have a 75+ yard touchdown run and a touchdown pass in the same game.

Murray is the first player to record a touchdown run of at least 75 yards and a touchdown pass in the first quarter of the same game since Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Thorpe accomplished the feat for the Cleveland Indians in 1921 against the Columbus Panhandles.

WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 11

MONDAY IN MEXICO: Week 11 concludes with the Oakland Raiders hosting the Houston Texans at Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca on Monday Night Football at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN in the first-ever Monday Night Football game to be played outside the United States. The two first-place teams will battle in what will be the fourth and final international game this season.

Monday’s matchup marks the first NFL game in Mexico since October 2, 2005 when a crowd of 103,467 witnessed the league’s first international regular-season game. In that contest, the Arizona Cardinals defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-14 at Estadio Azteca.

DOWNWIND DAVID: Arizona running back David Johnson had 101 scrimmage yards (55 rushing, 46 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in the Cardinals’ 23-20 win over San Francisco last week. Johnson is the first player to record at least 100 scrimmage yards in each of his team’s first nine games since Edgerrin James (Indianapolis) in 2005.

With at least 100 scrimmage yards in Week 11 against Minnesota, Johnson would become the third different player since 1970 to record at least 100 scrimmage yards in each of his team’s first 10 games.

The most consecutive games with at least 100 scrimmage yards to start a season:

PLAYER – SEASON; TEAM – CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 100+ SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Edgerrin James – 2005; Indianapolis – 13
Edgerrin James – 2000; Indianapolis – 12
Larry Brown – 1972; Washington – 10
David Johnson – 2016; Arizona – 9
*Active streak

CAN YOU DIGG IT: Minnesota wide receiver STEFON DIGGS had 13 catches for 164 yards in the Vikings’ 26-20 loss at Washington in Week 10. Diggs, who had 13 catches for 80 yards in Week 9 against Detroit, is the first player in NFL history to have at least 13 catches in consecutive games.

With 11 receptions on Sunday against Arizona, Diggs would set the record for the most receptions in a three-game span in NFL history.

The players with the most receptions in a three-game span in NFL history:

PLAYER – SEASON; TEAM, WEEKS (RECEPTIONS IN THREE-GAME SPAN)
Tom Fears – 1950; Los Angeles, 10-12 (36)
Brandon Marshall – 2009; Denver, 13-15 (36)
Antonio Brown – 2015; Pittsburgh, 14-16 (36)
Brandon Marshall – 2009; Denver, 12-14 (35)
Stefon Diggs – 2016; Minnesota, 9-10 (26)*
*Through two games

INDISPENSIBLE DREW: New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns in Week 10 against Denver. With nine passing yards against Carolina on Thursday Night Football, Brees would record his 12th consecutive season with 3,000 passing yards, tying Peyton Manning for the second-longest streak in NFL history.

The players with the most consecutive seasons with 3,000+ passing yards:

PLAYER, YEARS (CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 3,000+ PASSING YARDS)
Brett Favre, 1992-2009 (18)^
Peyton Manning, 1998-2010 (13)
Drew Brees, 2004-2015 (12)*
Eli Manning, 2005-2015 (11)*
Philip Rivers, 2006-2015 (10)*
Ben Roethlisberger, 2006-2015 (10)*
*Active streak
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

FANTASTIC FRANK: Indianapolis running back Fran Gore, who has the most career rushing yards among active players, passed Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown earlier this season (Week 5 vs. Chicago) for the ninth most rushing yards in NFL history.

With 108 rushing yards against Tennessee on Sunday, Gore would pass Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Dorsett for the eighth most rushing yards in NFL history.

The players with the most rushing yards in NFL history:

RANK – PLAYER, TEAM(S) (CAREER RUSHING YARDS)
1 – Emmitt Smith, Dallas and Arizona (18,355)^
2 – Walter Payton, Chicago (16,726)^
3 – Barry Sanders, Detroit (15,269)^
4 – Curtis Martin, New England and New York Jets (14,101)^
5 – LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego and New York Jets (13,684)
6 – Jerome Bettis, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh (13,662)^
7 – Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis, Los Angeles Raiders and Atlanta (13,259)^
8 – Tony Dorsett, Dallas and Denver (12,739)^
9 – Frank Gore, San Francisco and Indianapolis (12,632)*
10 – Jim Brown, Cleveland (12,312)^
*Active
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

PRESCOTT UNDER PRESSURE: Dallas rookie quarterback Dak Prescott completed 22 of 32 passes (68.8 percent) for 319 yards and two touchdowns for a 121.7 passer rating in last week’s 35-30 win at Pittsburgh. Prescott, a fourth round selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, has won eight consecutive starts, tied for the second-longest winning streak by a rookie quarterback in the Super Bowl era.

The rookie quarterbacks with the most consecutive wins in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER, TEAM (ROOKIE YEAR, CONSECUTIVE WINS)
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh (2004 – 13)
Dak Prescott, Dallas (2016 – 8)*
Kyle Orton, Chicago (2005 – 8)
Robert Griffin III, Washington (2012 – 6)
Vince Young, Tennessee (2006 – 6)
Mike Kruczek, Pittsburgh (1976 – 6)
*Active streak

STUPENDOUS SMITH, SR.: Baltimore wide receiver Steve Smith, Sr. had five catches for 60 yards and a touchdown in the Ravens’ 28-7 win over Cleveland last Thursday in Baltimore. Smith ranks fourth among active players in career receptions with 997 and needs three catches on Sunday at Dallas to become the 14th player in NFL history to record 1,000 career receptions.

The players with 1,000 receptions in NFL history:

PLAYER – TEAM(S) (YEARS; CAREER RECEPTIONS)
Jerry Rice – San Francisco, Oakland and Seattle (1985-2004; 1,549)^
Tony Gonzalez – Kansas City and Atlanta (1997-2013; 1,325)
Marvin Harrison – Indianapolis (1996-2008; 1,102)^
Cris Carter – Philadelphia, Minnesota and Miami (1987-2002; 1,101)^
Tim Brown – Los Angeles/Oakland and Tampa Bay (1988-2004; 1,094)^
Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona (2004-present; 1,086)*
Terrell Owens – San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo and Cincinnati (1996-2010; 1,078)
Reggie Wayne – Indianapolis (2001-2014; 1,070)
Jason Witten – Dallas (2003-present; 1,064)*
Andre Johnson – Houston, Indianapolis and Tennessee (2003-2016; 1,062)
Anquan Boldin – Arizona, Baltimore, San Francisco and Detroit (2003-present; 1,044)*
Isaac Bruce – Los Angeles/St. Louis and San Francisco (1994-2009; 1,024)
Hines Ward – Pittsburgh (1998-2011; 1,000)
Steve Smith, Sr. – Carolina and Baltimore (2001-present; 997)*
*Active
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Week 11 kicked off Thursday night with a key NFC South matchup as Carolina hung on to beat New Orleans 23-20 in Charlotte. The game was be broadcast on NBC, simulcast on NFL Network and streamed to a global audience across devices for free on Twitter as part of the league’s “Tri-Cast” distribution model.

The week concludes with a pair of primetime contests featuring four teams in the middle of the playoff race. On Sunday night, the Green Bay Packers visit the Washington Redskins at 8:30 p.m. on NBC in a rematch of last season’s Wild Card contest which the Packers won 35-18. The week concludes as the Texans and Raiders finish things off in Mexico City on Monday night at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.

Last week… 9-5 on the picks (another weekend above the .500 mark!), for the week, which makes us 97-48 for the season. Atlanta, Denver, the New York Jets and San Diego have byes this week and come back into action next week. Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis and Oakland return from their vactions to take the field this week and with that being said, it’s time for Sunday and Monday’s picks for week 11.

Pittsburgh (4-5) at Cleveland (0-10), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705. It’s an AFC North showdown along the shores of Lake Erie as the Steelers travel to Cleveland for a meeting with the winless Browns.

The Steelers, in seocnd place in the AFC North and Dallas exchanged the lead in their contest at Heinz Field seven times before finally falling to Dallas 35-30. Pittsburgh led the Cowboys and Dak Prescott 15-13 at the intermission in a game that had its third lead change with 1:35 left in the third when Prescott (319 yards, 2 TDs) and WR Dez Bryant connected on a 50-yard pass. Pittsburgh would have the lead two more times and Steeler fans thought they finally had the contest in hand when Dallas got off the deck and put the nail in Pittsburgh’s coffin when RB Ezekiel Elliot (114 yards) scored his second TD of the night, a 32-yard romp with nine seconds left to play. For the Steelers, they were easily outrushed by the Cowboys 127-48 but Roethlisberger threw for 408 yards and three TDs.

Struggling Cleveland dropped their 10th contest in the 2016 campaign and their 13th overall to Baltimore 28-7 in Charm City last Thursday night. The Browns actually led the Ravens 7-6 at the break at M & T Bank Stadium, before Baltimore scored 22 second half points unchallenged. Baltimore rushed for 119 yards and held Cleveland to 33 yards on the ground, while Josh McCown was sacked three times and picked off twice.

Pittsburgh holds a 68-58 lead in the series, the Steelers have outscored the Browns 2,566-2,426 and have won three of the last four meetings, including sweeping the series last year (Cleveland’s last win came in 2014, when they won 31-10 along the shores of Lake Erie).

They met in the Steel City in week 10 and the Steelers manhandled Cleveland 30-9 at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh led 21-3 at the break and were never really threatened by Cleveland in that first contest, with Roethlisberger throwing for 379 yards and three TDs (two of them to WR Antonio Brown) and making life miserable for Johnny Manziel, sacking him six times and holding Cleveland to 15 yards on the ground.

While things were somewhat balmy in the first meeting in Pittsburgh (gametime temp? 61 degrees with a wind chill of 57), it was not the case in their second meeting, which took place in week 17 in Cleveland. Gametime temp? 34 degrees with a 23 degree wind chill. For the Steelers, second verse same as the first… Pittsburgh took the Browns to task at First Energy Field, coming away 28-12 winners along the shores of Lake Erie.

Pittsburgh led 14-9 at the intermission and never looked back and Roethlisberger (349 yards) again threw three TDs passes in the second contest. As far as the running game was concerned, it was nothing to write home about as neither club broke the 100-yard barrier (Cleveland did manage to outrush the Steelers 86-30) and Browns QB Austin Davis (subbing for Manziel) was sacked seven times and picked off twice.

The Steelers are favored by 9 and the over/under’s 49. Both teams have been struggling of late and both want to catch up to Baltimore in the AFC North. Cleveland’s played in some close contests this year, despite losing 10 in a row and they’ll keep this one pretty close but Pittsburgh comes away with the win.

Baltimore (5-4) at Dallas (8-1), 1 p.m. on and DirecTV 706. A pair of first-place teams meet in the Lone Star State when Dallas hosts the Baltimore Ravens in Arlington.

The Ravens held on to first place in the AFC North after their 28-7 win over Cleveland last Thursday night. The Ravens and Flacco erased a 7-6 deficit at the intermission in Charm City and scored their final 22 points of the contest in the second half and did it unchallenged. The Ravens ran for 119 yards, while holding the winless Browns to a measly 33 yards, sacking Josh McCown three times and picking him off twice. Flacco threw three TDS (all in the second half) for 296 yards in the win that allowed them to sweep the season series.

Dallas, in first place in the NFC East, exchanged the lead in their contest at Heinz Field with Pittsburgh seven times before finally coming away 35-30 winners. Dallas and Dak Prescott trailed 15-13 at the intermission in a game that had its third lead change with 1:35 left in the third when Prescott (319 yards, 2 TDs) and WR Dez Bryant connected on a 50-yard pass. Pittsburgh would have the lead two more times and Steeler fans thought they finally had the contest in hand when Dallas got off the deck and put the nail in Pittsburgh’s coffin when RB Ezekiel Elliot (114 yards) scored his second TD of the night, a 32-yard romp with nine seconds left to play. Dallas outrushed the Steelers 127-48, while Roethlisberger threw for 408 yards and three TDs.

They’ve met four times and the Ravens have won all four contests, with their last win coming in 2012 in Charm City by a 31-29 final and Baltimore has outscored Dallas 121-63. Dallas is favored by 7 in Arlington and the over/under is 44 1/2. It’s a pair of first place teams with a pair of pretty good QBs under center, which makes this one “DRILL WORTHY!” (For those of you that know what The Drill is, you are excused. Everyone else, pay attention. We don’t want any rookie mistakes here, k?) After you go to the 9:30 mass on Sunday (the 4:30 vigil mass on Saturday counts as a mass attended, people! Don’t make us send the nuns after you! If we do, it is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OVER!), head to your favorite store (a trip to Wal Mart, Target, K-Mart or Costco counts) and get the vittles and the beverages (soda, beer, wine, coffee, et al… if you live in a state that allows the purchase of the items in question) and invite the co-workers, the neighbors (including that really cute kindergarden teacher that knows what to do with a cover-2 defense) and your cousin Connie (remember her? She’s the one that’s been married twice that’s just turned 57 last June and dates a 42-year old ex-Marine, who’s now a football coach at the high school in your town. She’s also the one that ate an entire Oreo cheesecake, two bags of Cool Ranch Doritos, two bacon cheeseburgers with blue cheese and chugged two 2-liter Cokes at your Super Bowl party last year and didn’t gain a pound. You look at her and say to yourself, “what the hell?”

Baltimore will keep this one interesting in the Lone Star State but Dallas comes away with this one and could very well cover the 7.

Jacksonville (2-7) at Detroit (5-4), 1 p.m. on DirecTV 707. The struggling Jacksonville Jaguars travel to the Motor City for a meeting with Detroit, who sits in first place in the NFC North at Ford Field.

Jacksonville trailed Houston 14-10 at the half at EverBank Field, then rallied in the second half but came up short against the Texans, falling to Houston 24-21. Blake Bortles threw for 265 yards and a pair of TDs (two sacks) in the 3-point loss in the Sunshine State, which was a good thing, because Houston outrushed Jacksonville 181-80 in the AFC South contest.

Detroit returns home from their bye week after their 20-13 loss to Houston two Sundays ago in the Lone Star State. The Lions trailed 14-3 at halftime, then rallied to outscore the Texans 10-6 in the final 30 minutes of action. The Texans held Detroit to 58 yards on the ground, while rushing for 105 of their own. The lone offensive bright spot for the Lions was QB Matthew Stafford, who threw for 240 yards and a TD, connecting with RB Theo Riddick on a 1-yard strike to open the final 15 minutes of action.

Jacksonville leads the series 3-2 but the Lions have outscored the Jaguars 128-112. Detroit came away 31-14 winners in Jacksonville in 2012, while Jacksonville’s last win in the series came in the Motor City by a final of 38-14 in 2008. The Lions are favored by 7 in the Motor City and the over/under’s 47. Detroit’s looking to go back to the post-season for the first time in nearly two years, while the Jaguars are trying to keep their heads above ground and at the very least hope for a wild card spot or a winning record. In this battle for the “litter box,” the cats from Michigan march their way to the win at home and cover the 7.

Tennessee (5-5) at Indianapolis (4-5), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708. It’s a week seven rematch in the Hoosier State as Tennessee travels to Indy for a meeting with Andrew Luck and the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Titans gave Green Bay their third loss in a row, taking a 47-25 win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers at Nissan Stadium. Tennessee led 35-16 at the half and never looked back, sacking Rodgers (371 yards, two TDs) five times and picking him off twice. The Titans also held Green Bay to 69 yards rushing, while rushing for 162, with DeMarco Murray accounting for 123 yards and a TD and QB Marcus Mariota throwing for 295 yards and four TDs.

While the Titans beat up the Packers at home last Sunday, the Colts come back home again to Indiana after they went to Lambeau two Sundays ago (they had a bye last week) and held off Green Bay 31-26. Leading 24-10 in the land of cheese, beer and Bratwurst, the Colts held off the Packers in the second half as Green Bay somehow managed to outscore the Colts 16-7 in the final 30 minutes of play. Green Bay outrushed the Colts 116-85 and Rodgers (3 TDs) outpassed Luck (TD, two interceptions) in passing yardage 297-281 in the late afternoon contest.

They met in Nashville in week seven and the Colts came away 34-26 winners at Nissan Stadium. Indy led 17-13 at the half, despite being outrushed by Tennessee 124-81 (Tennessee’s DeMarco Murray led all rushers with 107 yards). In the air, Luck threw for 353 yards and three TDs, while Mariota threw for 232 yards with a pair of TDs.

In the week seven contest in the Music City, the Titans were favored by 2 1/2 with a 48 1/2 over/under. Indy not only covered the spread with their 8-point win in Nashville, they along with Tennessee covered the over/under with 64 points. This time, the Colts are the darlings of the boys and girls in Vegas and they like Indy as 3 point favorites with a 53 1/2 over/under. While the first meeting was somewhat close, expect this one to be a little closer, since the two teams know each other well. While it may wind up being closer than the 3, the Colts complete the sweep of the series and win back home again in Indiana.

Buffalo (4-5) at Cincinnati (3-5-1), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 709. A struggling Buffalo Bills team travels to southern Ohio for a meeting in the Queen City with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Buffalo comes into the Sunday contest at Paul Brown Stadium after their bye week and a 31-25 loss to Seattle in a Monday night affair on the Pacific Coast. Buffalo let a 14-7 lead after the first 15 minutes of play get away from them as the Seahawks outscored them in the final three quarters 24-11. The Monday night contest had its share of controversy as the Bills tried a 54-yard field goal by David Carpenter that sailed wide. The Seahawks’ Richard Sherman jumped offside and ran into Carpenter, which did not set well with Bills head coach Rex Ryan. Words were exchanged (some that can’t be printed here) and the chippiness was on. There were two bright spots for Buffalo, despite the loss… first, they outrushed Seattle (who led 28-17 at halftime) 162-33 and Tyrod Taylor outpassed Russell Wilson 289-282.

The Bengals also lost on Monday night, this time falling to Eli Manning and the New York Giants 21-20 at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands. Cincy trailed 14-10 at the half, then took the lead on a 9-yard run by HB Jeremy Hill with 13:58 to play in the third. K Mike Nugent added a 38-yard field goal to take a 20-14 lead late in the third quarter. That lead would not last long as Manning and the Giants opened the final 15 minutes of play with a 3-yard TD pass to rookie WR Sterling Shephard. New York outrushed Cincinnati 122-78, with Andy Dalton throwing for 204 yards and a TD (he was sacked three times), while Manning threw for 240 yards and three TDs (including the game winner) but was picked off twice.

The Bills lead the series 15-12 and have outscored Cincy 675-607. However…. the Bengals have won the last three meetings in the series, including taking a 34-21 win in upstate New York last year (Buffalo’s last win in the series came in 2010 in Cincinnnati by a final of 49-31.

Cincinnati led 17-14 at the half in Orchard Park and pulled away from Buffalo, outscoring the Bills in the final 30 minutes of action 17-7. Both clubs managed to rush for 112 yards, while Dalton threw for 243 yards and three TDs. For Buffalo, E.J. Manuel threw for 263 yards and a TD but was sacked twice and threw an interception in the loss.

Cincy’s a 3 1/2 point favorite and the over/under’s 46 1/2. Those numbers make a lot of sense. Both teams did play on a Monday night on the road and both lost on the road. While this one’s not a great game to watch, it is somewhat tolerable. Bengals roar back from the loss in upstate New Jersey and win at home, covering the 3 1/2.

Tampa Bay (4-5) at Kansas City (7-2), 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710. The Buccaneers make their way westward for a meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead. Both teams enter the Sunday contest in the Midwest with wins under their belts in last week’s play.

Tampa Bay led Chicago 17-10 at the half, inspite a 50-yard TD pass from Bears QB Jay Cutler to Cameron Meridith as the clock struck :00. Tampa Bay then proceeded to shutout the Bears in the second half and come away 36-10 winners last Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. Jameis Winston threw for 312 yards and a pair of TDs in the contest, while the Bucs running game was held to 80 yards (Chicago ran for 120). Cutler threw for 182 yards and the lone TD in the contest, while he was sacked four times and picked off twice.

The Chiefs trailed 17-3 at the half against Carolina last Sunday in Charlotte and came away from the Tar Heel State 20-17 winners at Bank of America Stadium last Sunday. Carolina and Cam Newton were threatening in the final 30 seconds of play when Newton and WR Kelvin Benjamin connected on a 14-yard pass. Benjamin had the ball stripped from his hands by CB Marcus Peters, who returned the ball to Carolina’s 24. From there, the Chiefs’ Chris Santos connnected on a 37-yard field goal as time ran out, sending Panther fans home in a somewhat foul mood. While Alex Smith threw for 178 yards with three sacks and an interception, Newton threw for 261 yards and a TD and had a rushing TD himself in the contest, which didn’t have a lot of firepower in the run game, as neither team breched the 100-yard barrier (Carolina did manage to outrush Kansas City 99-91).

Tampa Bay leads the series Buccaneers 6-5, have outscored the Chiefs 224-216 and have come away winners in the last four contests, including a 38-10 winner in 2012 in the Sunshine State (Kansas City’s last win in the series came in 1993, when they were 27-3 winners at old Tampa Stadium).

Kansas City’s favored by 7 1/2 an the over/under’s 44 1/2. Both teams can play some decent football but not always great football. However, everything’s up to date in Kansas City as they win at Arrowhead and could cover the 7 1/2.

Arizona (4-4-1) at Minnesota (5-4), 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711. The struggling Minnesota Vikings, who have lost four in a row, return to the Land of 10,000 Lakes for a meeting with the Arizona Cardinals at US Bank Stadium.

The Desert Angry Birds escaped their nest at University of Phoenix Stadium 23-20 winnners over San Francisco in the final seconds as K Chris Catanzaro connected on a 34-yard field goal as the clock struck :00. Arizona led the lowly 49ers 20-10 at the half before their NFC West rivals rallied in the second half to even things up. Catanzaro kicked three field goals in the contest (including the game winner), which was not much of a game from a rushing point of view (San Francisco did outrush Arizona 83-80), Colin Kaepernick threw for 210 yards and a TD (he had a rushing TD as well) but was sacked three times and while Carson Palmer threw a pair of interceptions and was sacked twice, he did throw for 376 yards.

Minnesota let a 20-14 halftime lead in Landover get away from them against Washington as the Redskins rallied and fought back for a 26-20 win at FedEx Field. Minnesota was outrushed by Washington 128-47 and Sam Bradford was sacked three times, while throwing for 307 yards in the process. Kirk Cousins threw for 262 yards a pair of TD passes and the Redskins used the leg of K Dustin Hopkins for four second half field goals, the last one sealing Minnesota’s fate.

Minnesota leads the series 13-11 and the Vikings have outscored the Desert Angry Birds 565-535. Arizona won the last meeting with Minnesota in Glendale in 2015 by a final of 23-20 (Minnesota’s last win in the series came in 2012 in the Twin Cities, coming away 21-14 winners).

Arizona broke a 10-10 tie at the intermission, then broke another tie at 20-20 with 1:23 left when K Chris Catanzaro connected on a 47-yard field goal to take the lead back and for keeps. The contest in the desert was not much of a rushing game, as neither club managed to reach the 100-yard barrier (Arizona did win that battle, outrushing the Vikings with 97 yards and forced three turnovers, while Minnesota tallied a whopping 72 yards). It was a somewhat decent day for QBs in the desert, as Teddy Bridgewater threw for 335 yards and a TD (three sacks) and Palmer threw for 310 yards with two TDs (neither man threw an interception).

Minnesota’s favored by 2 and the over/under’s 40. This one may be worth watching, since both teams are in the playoff hunt. After that, take that trip to the mall and get the Christmas shopping done before Black Friday. Vikings break their losing streak and cover the 2.

Chicago (2-7) at New York Giants (6-3), 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 712. It’s the battle of deep dish pizza cities as Chicago travels to upstate New Jersey for a meeting with the New York Giants.

Da Bears trailed Tampa Bay 17-10 at the half thanks to a 50-yard TD pass from Jay Cutler to Cameron Meridith as the clock struck :00. That would be the last time Chicago saw the endzone as Tampa Bay and Jameis Winston shut them out, losing to the Buccaneers 36-10 in the Sunshine State. Although Cutler threw for 182 yards and the lone TD in the contest, he was sacked four times and picked off twice. Da Bears did manage to outrush Tampa Bay 122-80, while Winston threw for 312 yards and a pair of TDs and four sacks.

The Giants rallied to take a 21-20 win over Cincinnati last Monday night at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands. New York and Manning led 14-10 at the half, then watch the Bengals take the lead on a 9-yard run by HB Jeremy Hill with 13:58 to play in the third and. K Mike Nugent added a 38-yard field goal to take a 20-14 lead late in the third quarter. Manning and the Giants opened the final 15 minutes of play with a 3-yard TD pass to rookie WR Sterling Shephard to take the lead back for good. New York outrushed Cincinnati 122-78, with Andy Dalton throwing for 204 yards and a TD (he was sacked three times), while Manning threw for 240 yards and three TDs (including the game winner) but was picked off twice.

Including games played at Wrigley Field, Yankee Stadium and the Yale Bowl, Da Bears lead the series 28-19-2 and the Monsters of the Midway have outscored the Giants 853-670. Chicago won the last meeting with the Giants in the Windy City, coming away 27-21 winners in 2013, while the Giants’ last win over Chicago came in the Meadowlands in 2010 by a final of 17-3. New York’s favored by 7 in upstate New Jersey and the over/under’s 46 1/2. Big Blue’s been on a hot streak of late and that’ll continue. Giants win at home and cover the 7 in Jersey.

Miami (5-4) at Los Angeles (4-5), 4:05 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 713. The Dolphins continue their West Coast trip up I-5 as they leave San Diego and travel north to Tinseltown for a meeting with the Los Angeles Rams at the Coliseum.

Miami erased a 10-7 deficit against San Diego and came away with a 31-24 win over the Chargers and Philip Rivers at Qualcom Stadium in southern California. The ‘Fins got a pair of TDs from RB Damien Williams (one rush, one pass) and Joseph Ajayi led all rushers with 79 yards (Miami outrushed the Bolts 106-70). Miami also forced four turnovers (picking off Rivers four times and sacking him three times), while Tannehill threw for 240 yards and a pair of TDs.

As was the case in week two against Seattle at home, the Rams found themselves with three Greg Zuerlein field goels and once again, the Rams were 9-6 winnners, this time over the New York Jets. The Rams gave up the lone TD in the contest when RB Bilal Powell and QB Bryce Petty, taking over for Ryan Fitzpatrick, connected on a 4-yard TD pass to give GangGreen a 6-3 lead at the half. Zuerlein would then connect on a pair of second half field goals to take the win over the J-E-T-S! JETS! JETS! JETS! and Case Keenum threw for 165 yards, despite being sacked three times (New York did manage to outrush Los Angeles 139-125 at MetLife Stadium).

Miami leads the series 10-2, the Dolphins have outscored the Rams 305-218 (which includes contests that took place in St. Louis) and Miami has won the last three meetings in the series, with the last win coming in 2012 by a final of 17-14 in the Sunshine State, while the Rams’ last win came in the Gateway City 42-10 in 2001. The Rams are favored by 1 and the over/under’s 40 1/2. The Rams may love LA but the Dolphins come away with the win and covers the 1.

New England (7-2) at San Francisco (1-8), 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 714. A pair of teams going in opposite directions meet in northern California as Tom Brady and the Pats meet Colin Kaepernick and the struggling San Francisco 49ers.

The 49ers lost their eighth contest in a row, falling to NFC West rival Arizona 23-20 in the final seconds as K Chris Catanzaro connected on a 34-yard field goal as the clock struck :00 at University of Phoenix Stadium. Arizona led the lowly 49ers 20-10 at the half before they rallied in the second half to even things up. Catanzaro kicked three field goals in the contest (including the game winner), which was not much of a game from a rushing point of view (San Francisco did outrush Arizona 83-80), Kaepernick threw for 210 yards and a TD (he had a rushing TD as well) but was sacked three times and while Carson Palmer threw a pair of interceptions and was sacked twice, he did throw for 376 yards.

New England travels to the West Coast after a 31-24 loss to Seattle Sunday night in Foxboro. The contest at Gillette Stadium saw seven lead changes before Seattle took the lead for keeps when Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and WR Doug Baldwin hooked up on a 15-yard TD pass with 4:24 left in regulation. New England then marched down the field and got as close as the Seahawks’ 1-yard line before the drive stalled, thanks in part to Brady trying a QB sneak that failed and a pass to TE Rob Gronkowski fell incomplete. New England trailed 19-14 at halftime before taking the lead on a 13-yard run by LeGarrette Blount (his second TD of the contest). Stephen Gostkowski’s 30-yard field goal with 13 minutes left in regulation would give the Pats the lead before Stephen Hauschka’s 23-yard try at the 8:56 mark in the fourth would give Seattle the lead back and Baldwin’s TD (his third of the game) would seal New England’s fate. Seattle outrushed New England 96-81 and Brady threw for 316 yards but was sacked twice with an interception, while Wilson threw for 348 and connected with Baldwin for his three TD passes.

San Francisco leads the series 8-4 and have outscored the Pats 305-232. Both teams’ last win in the series came on the road; San Francsico won in Foxboro in 2012 by a final of 41-34, while the Pats’ last win came at Candlestick Park in 2008 by a 30-21 count.

New England’s favored by 13 1/2 and the over/under’s 51 1/2. The 49ers are a bad team… but they’re not 13 1/2 points bad. San Francisco will actually make this one closer and interesting to watch but New England and Brady bounce back from their loss at home and takes this one in Wine Country.

Philadelphia (5-4) at Seattle (6-2-1), 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 715. A pair of contending teams in the NFC meet in the Pacific Northwest as cheesesteak meets Salmon in Seattle. Both teams had big wins last week, one at home, the other on the road.

Philadelphia led Atlanta 7-6 at the break at Lincoln Financial Field, then erased a 15-13 third quarter deficit and came away 24-15 winners over the Falcons last Sunday in the City of Brotherly Love. Ryan Matthews ran for 109 of Philly’s 208 yards in the contest, as the Eagles held Atlanta to 48 on the ground, despite getting burned by Falcons QB Matt Ryan, who threw for 267 yards (rookie QB Carson Wentz threw for 231 yards, with both QBs being sacked twice).

Seattle held off New England in Foxboro 31-24 Sunday night in Foxboro. The Sunday night contest at Gillette Stadium saw seven lead changes before Seattle took the lead for keeps when Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and WR Doug Baldwin hooked up on a 15-yard TD pass with 4:24 left in regulation. The Pats and Tom Brady then marched down the field and got as close as the Seahawks’ 1-yard line before the drive stalled, thanks in part to Brady trying a QB sneak that failed and a pass to TE Rob Gronkowski fell incomplete. New England trailed 19-14 at halftime before taking the lead on a 13-yard run by LeGarrette Blount (his second TD of the contest). Stephen Gostkowski’s 30-yard field goal with 13 minutes left in regulation would give the Pats the lead before Stephen Hauschka’s 23-yard try at the 8:56 mark in the fourth would give Seattle the lead back and Baldwin’s TD (his third of the game) would seal New England’s fate. The Seahawks outrushed New England 96-81 and Brady threw for 316 yards but was sacked twice with an interception, while Wilson threw for 348 and connected with Baldwin for his three TD passes.

The series? Even at 7-7, the Seahawks have outscored the Eagles 297-271 and Seattle has won the last two contests in the series, taking a 24-14 win in the City of Brotherly Love in 2014, while the Eagles came away 26-7 winners in the land of Grunge, Salmon and Starbucks in 2008.

Seattle’s favored by 6 1/2 and the over/under’s 44 1/2. Both numbers make a lot of sense and both are in playoff contention (Seattle’s in first in the NFC West, while the Eagles are trying to catch Dallas in the NFC East). Cheesesteak vs. Salmon. Salmon rules in the land of Grunge, Salmon and Starbucks. Seattle covers the 6 1/2 and wins at home.

Green Bay (4-5) at Washington (5-3-1), 8:30 p.m. on NBC. It’s an NFC Wild Card Sunday night rematch as the Packers travel to Landover for a Sunday night contest with the Washington Redskins.

Green Bay suffered their third loss in a row, as Rodgers and Packers fell to Tennessee 47-25 at Nissan Stadium. Green Bay trailed from start to finish, as Tennessee led 35-16 at the half and never looked back, sacking Rodgers (371 yards, two TDs) five times and picking him off twice. Green Bay’s run game went missing, as the the Titans held them to 69 yards and Green Bay allowed Tennessee to run amok for 162 yards (Titans RB DeMarco Murray ran for 123 of those yards with a TD) and QB Marcus Mariota throwing for 295 yards and four TDs.

The defending NFC East champs erased a 20-14 deficit at the half in Landover against the Vikings and fought back for a 26-20 win at FedEx Field. Cousins threw for 262 yards a pair of TD passes and the Redskins used the leg of K Dustin Hopkins for four second half field goals, the last one sealing Minnesota’s fate. Washington outrushed Minnesota 128-47 in the contest and the Redskins’ defense sacked Sam Bradford (307 yards) three times in the contest.

Green Bay leads the series 18-13-1 (which includes contests that were played in Boston and Milwaukee) and have outscored the ‘Skins 622-507. Green Bay won the last regular season meeting with Washington at Lambeau in 2013 by final of 38-20. Washington’s last win over the Packers came in 2010 in Landover, when the Redskins needed overtime to come away 16-13 winners.

They did meet in 2015 in the Wild Card round of the NFC playoffs in Landover and Green Bay trailed in the first half against Washington 11-0 before taking a 17-11 lead with them to the locker room at the intermission and came away 35-18 winners, knocking Washington out of the first round. Green Bay outrushed Washington 141-84 and despite being sacked for a safety to open the scoring in the contest, Rodgers threw for 210 yards and a pair of TDs, including one to WR Randall Cobb. Cousins threw for 329 yards and a TD but was sacked six times in the loss at home.

Washington’s favored by 3 and the over/under’s 50. Green Bay’s trying to right its ship and catch the Vikings and Lions in the NFC North, while the Redskins look to catch Dallas in the NFC East. “Hail to the Redskins?” Not this week. Green Bay wins in Landover and covers the 3.

Houston (6-3) at Oakland (7-2), 8:30 p.m Monday on ESPN in Mexico City. Week 11 closes south of the Border and it will be the first Monday night game outside of the United States as a pair of first-place teams meet in Mexico City. Houston and Oakland make their way to Mexico for a Monday night contest at Estadio Azteca.

The Texans have won two in a row, including last week’s 24-21 win at Jacksonville. Houston cornerback Kareem Jackson had a 42-yard interception-return touchdown and quarterback Brock Osweiler threw two touchdown passes in the victory over the Jaguars. Houston outrushed Jacksonville 181-80 in the contest in the Sunshine State and led 14-10 at the half.

The Raiders have won three consecutive games and six of their past seven. Oakland had a bye in Week 10 and defeated Denver 30-20 in Week 9. In that contest, Raiders running back Latavius Murray rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns, only the third time a player has rushed for at least 100 yards and three touchdowns against the defending Super Bowl champions. The Raiders led 20-10 at the break and never looked back, holding Denver to 33 yards rushin, while rushing for 218 in the 10-point win.

Houston leads the series 6-3 and have outscored the Silver and Black 226-172. Houston won the last meeting with Oakland in 2014 in Oakland by a final of 30-14, while the Raiders were 28-23 winners in the Lone Star State in 2013. Oakland’s favored by 3 1/2 and the over/under’s 46. Those are pretty good numbers for a Monday night game and there have been some decent contests of late.

Records on MNF, you ask? Houston is 4-5 all time in primetime and won their only meeting last year, while the Raiders are 37-27-1 under the lights but have not been on Monday night since 2013.

Oakland and Houston. First place teams meeting south of the border. Even though we normally don’t make Monday night games “DRILL WORTHY,” we going to make an exception here. (See the Baltimore-Dallas game for instructions) This one could be close but in the end, Houston comes out on top south of the border and covers the 3 1/2.

Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information (All times Eastern)

Green Bay at Atlanta, 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 709: Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 81 (Green Bay), 82 (Atlanta). XM: 225 (Green Bay), 82 (Atlanta).

Washington at Cincinnati, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. in London) on FOX; Kenny Albert, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Field Reporter). Westwood One: Tom McCarthy, Brady Poppinga. SIRIUS: 108 (WestWood1), 83 (Washington), 93 (Cincinnati). XM: 227 (WestWood1), 226 (Washington), 225 (Cincinnati).

New York Jets at Cleveland, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 706: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon. SIRIUS: 133 (New York Jets), 83 (Cleveland). XM: 386 (New York Jets), 226 (Cleveland).

Seattle at New Orleans, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711: Justin Kutcher, Charles Davis, Chris Spielman, Holly Sonders (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 121 (Seattle.), 146 (New Orleans). XM: 383 (Seattle), 229 (New Orleans).

Arizona at Carolina, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 713:Sam Rosen, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 126 (Arizona), 81 (Carolina). XM: 385 (Arizona), 225 (Carolina.).

New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705: Ian Eagle, Rich Gannon, Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 132 (New England), 82 (Buffalo). XM: 380 (New England), 82 (Buffalo).

Oakland at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (Oakland), 157 (Tampa Bay). XM: 382 (Oakland), 227 (Tampa Bay).

Kansas City at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 707 Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots. SIRIUS: 112 (Kansas City), 93 (Indianapolis). XM: 384 (Kansas City), 228 (Indianapolis).

Detroit at Houston, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale (Field reporter). Westwood One: John Sadak, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 135 (Detroit), 84 (Houston). XM: 381 (Detroit), 230 (Houuston).

San Diego at Denver, 4:05 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 712: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Lee, Tony Boselli. SIRIUS: 138 (San Diego), 83 (Denver). XM: 231 (San Diego), 226 (Denver).

Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field Reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Philadelphia), 81 (Dallas). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Philadelphia), 225 (Dallas).

Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Hub Arkush (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Minnesota), 81 (Chicago). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Minnesota), 225 (Chicago).

Sunday and Monday Officials
Green Bay at Atlanta, 4:25 p.m. – Walt Anderson
Washington at Cincinnati, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. in London) – Carl Cheffers
New York Jets at Cleveland, 1 p.m. – Pete Morelli
Seattle at New Orleans, 1 p.m. – Ed Hochuli
Arizona at Carolina, 1 p.m. – Walt Coleman
New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. – John Parry
Oakland at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. – Terry McAulay
Kansas City at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. – Craig Wrolstad
Detroit at Houston, 1 p.m. – Brad Allen
San Diego at Denver, 4:05 p.m. – Tony Corrente
Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. – Jerome Boger
Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. on Monday – Gene Steratore

Sunday and Monday Odds (Home teams in CAPS)

Sunday’s Games
Favorite          Spread    Underdog            O/U
ATLANTA           –  3      Green Bay           52 1/2
CINCINNATI        –  3      Washington          46 1/2
New England       –  6 1/2  BUFFALO             47 1/2
CAROLINA          –  3      Arizona             48
New York Jets     –  3      CLEVELAND           43 1/2
KANSAS CITY       –  2 1/2  Indianapolis        50
TAMPA BAY         –  1      Oakland             50
HOUSTON           –  3      Detroit             45 1/2
Seattle           –  3      NEW ORLEANS         48
DENVER            –  6      San Diego           44 1/2
DALLAS            –  4 1/2  Philadelphia        43 1/2

Monday’s Game
Favorite          Spread    Underdog            O/U
Minnesota         –  5 1/2  CHICAGO             41

Sunday and Monday Injury Report

Green Bay at ATLANTA, 4:25 p.m.

Green Bay
OUT: TE Jared Cook (Ankle), CB Damarious Randall (Groin), CB Quinten Rollins (Groin), RB James Starks (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Randall Cobb (Hamstring), G Thomas Lang (Hip), LB William Matthews (Hamstring), WR Ty Montgomery (Illness)

ATLANTA
OUT: RB Tevin Coleman (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Dwight Freeney (Quadricep)

Washington at Cincinnati, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. in London)

Washington
OUT: RB Matt Jones (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Bashaud Breeland (Ankle), TE Vernon Davis (Groin), C Spencer Long (Chest), WR Jamison Crowder (Groin), LB Terence Garvin (Hip), WR DeSean Jackson (Hamstring), CB Josh Norman (Concussion), TE Jordan Reed (Concussion), G Brandon Scherff (Shoulder), T Trent Williams (Knee)

Cincinnati – Cincinnati reported no injuries.

Arizona at Carolina, 1 p.m.

Arizona
OUT: TE Darren Fells (Ankle), LB Alex Okafor (Calf), DT Edward Stinson (Toe)
QUESTIONABLE: S Tony Jefferson (Illness), WR John Brown (Hamstring), WR Michael Floyd (Hamstring), T Edwin Veldheer (Finger)

Carolina
OUT: DT Vernon Butler (Ankle), T Michael Oher (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Kony Ealy (Illness), DT Paul Soliai (Foot), CB Daryl Worley (Concussion), CB James Bradberry (Foot), CB Robert McClain (Hamstring)

New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m.

New England
QUESTIONABLE: TE Martellus Bennett (Ankle), WR Julian Edelman (Foot), DT Woodrow Hamilton (Shoulder), CB Jonathan Jones (Hip), WR Malcolm Mitchell (Hamstring), LB Elandon Roberts (Ankle), DT Vincent Valentine (Back)

Buffalo
OUT: WR Marquise Goodwin (Concussion), S Aaron Williams (Neck)
DOUBTFUL: RB LeSean McCoy (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Corbin Bryant (Shoulder), TE Charles Clay (Knee), DT Marcell Dareus (Hamstring), RB Mike Gillislee (Foot), T Cordy Glenn (Ankle), LB Jerry Hughes (Hand), LB Lerentee McCray (Knee), G John Miller (Shoulder), WR Robert Woods (Foot)

New York Jets at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

New York Jets
OUT: LB Bruce Carter (Quadricep), LB Darron Lee (Ankle)
DOUBTFUL: C Nick Mangold (Ankle), T Brent Qvale (Neck), TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Ankle), CB Darryl Skrine (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: T Ryan Clady (Shoulder), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (Ankle)

Cleveland
OUT: QB Cody Kessler (Concussion), WR Corey Coleman (Hand)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Marcus Burley (Hamstring), CB Joseph Haden (Groin), CB Jamar Taylor (Groin)

Detroit at Houston, 1 p.m.

Detroit
OUT: LB DeAndre Levy (Knee), CB Darius Slay (Hamstring)
QUESTIONALBLE: TE Eric Ebron (Ankle), CB Nevin Lawson (Foot), DT Etuini Ngata (Shoulder), T Riley Reiff (Illness), T Corey Robinson (Ankle), TE Cole Wick (Knee)

Houston
OUT: LB Brian Peters (Quadricep)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Jadeveon Clowney (Elbow), S Quintin Demps (Calf), RB Jonathan Grimes (Ankle), RB Lamar Miller (Shoulder)

Kansas City at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Kansas City
OUT: RB Jamaal Charles (Knee), G Jordan Devey (Ankle), CB David White (Hand)
QUESTIONABLE: T Mitchell Schwartz (Ankle)

Indianapolis
OUT: TE Dwayne Allen (Ankle), DT Henry Anderson (Knee), DE Kendall Langford (Knee), LB Curt Maggitt (Ankle), G Jack Mewhort (Tricep), WR Chester Rogers (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Donte Moncrief (Shoulder)

Seattle at New Orleans, 1 p.m.

Seattle
OUT: DE Michael Bennett (Knee), S Kameron Chancellor (Groin), CB DeAndre Elliott (Hamstring), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (Ankle), RB Thomas Rawls (Fibula), TE Luke Willson (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: T Bradley Sowell (Knee), WR Tyler Lockett (Thigh)

New Orleans
OUT: LB Stephone Anthony (Hamstring), WR Jacob Lampman (Knee), CB Sterling Moore (Abdomen), CB Delvin Breaux (Fibula)
QUESTIONABLE: T Terron Armstead (Knee), LB Dannell Ellerbe (Quadricep), C Senio Kelemete (Neck), RB Daniel Lasco (Hamstring), T Andrus Peat (Groin)

Oakland at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.

Oakland
OUT: T Stacy McGee (Ankle)
QUESTIONALBLE: G Vadal Alexander (Ankle), WR Andre Holmes (Hip), RB Taiwan Jones (Knee), S Brynden Trawick (Shoulder), T Menelik Watson (Calf)

Tampa Bay
OUT: RB Doug Martin (Hamstring), DT Clinton McDonald (Hamstring), DE Robert Ayers (Ankle), C Joseph Hawley (Ankle), DT Gerald McCoy (Calf)

San Diego at Denver, 4:05 p.m.

San Diego
OUT: LB Jeremiah Attaochu (Ankle), CB Craig Mager (Concussion)
DOUBTFUL: S Jahleel Addae (Collarbone)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Hunter Henry (Concussion), WR Travis Benjamin (Knee), LB Denzel Perryman (Shoulder), WR Tyrell Williams (Knee)

Denver
OUT: RE Cortrelle Anderson (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: C Matthew Paradis (Hip), LB Brandon Marshall (Hamstring), CB Aqib Talib (Back), LB DeMarcus Ware (Forearm)

Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Philadelphia
OUT: LB Caelan Kamuela Grugier-Hill (Hamstring), DT Bennie Logan (Groin)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Taylor Hart (Ankle)

Dallas
OUT: DE Ryan Davis (Hamstring), QB Tony Romo (Back)
QUESTIONABLE: T Charles Green (Foot), CB Morris Claiborne (Concussion), LB Kyle Wilber (Neck), TE Chris Witten (Chest), WR Dez Bryant (Knee), RB Lance Dunbar (Knee), DE David Irving (Ankle), DE Demarcus Lawrence (Back), CB Orlando Scandrick (Hamstring), T Tyron Smith (Back)

Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. on Monday

Minnesota
OUT: DT Sharrif Floyd (Knee), G Zachary Kerin (Hand), RB Jerick McKinnon (Ankle), S Andrew Sendejo (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Cordarrelle Patterson (Concussion), CB Marcus Sherels (Wrist), TE MyCole Pruitt (Knee), WR Jarius Wright (Ankle)

Chicago
OUT: CB Deiondre’ Hall (Ankle)
DOUBTFUL: DT Eddie Goldman (Ankle), G Kyle Long (Tricep), WR William Royal (Toe)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Bryce Callahan (Hamstring), RB Jeremy Langford (Ankle), LB Pernell McPhee (Knee), WR Cameron Meredith (Stomach), CB Tracy Porter (Knee), G Josh Sitton (Ankle)

Sunday and Monday Weather
Green Bay at Atlanta, 4:25 p.m. (Game indoors)
Washington at Cincinnati, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. in London)(Partly cloudy and 58 degrees)
New York Jets at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (Overcast with a 50 perecent chance of rain and 55 degrees)
Seattle at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (Game indoors)
Arizona at Carolina, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 80 degrees)
New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. (Overcast with a 50 percent chance of rain and 48 degrees)
Oakland at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (Mostly sunny and 88 degrees)
Kansas City at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, overcast with a 50 percent chance of an isolated thunderstorm and 69 degrees)
Detroit at Houston, 1 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, mostly sunny and 81 degrees)
San Diego at Denver, 4:05 p.m. (Mostly cloudy and 75 degrees)
Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, clear and 81 degrees)
Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. on Monday (Partly cloudy and 53 degrees)

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel.

Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information (All Times Eastern)

San Diego at ATLANTA, 4:05 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 713: Sam Rosen, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field Reporter). Westwood One: Wayne Larrivee, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 93 (San Diego), 134 (Atlanta). XM: 232 (San Dieg), 228 (Atlanta).

New York Giants at Los Angeles, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (2:30 p.m. London) on NFLN: Kevin Harlan, Dan Fouts, Stacy Dales. Westwood One: Brandon Gaudin, Derek Rackley. SIRIUS: 145 (WestWood1), 83 (New York Giants), 93 (Los Angeles). XM: 145 (WestWood1), 226 (New York Giants), 225 (Los Angeles).

Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Buerlein (Field reporter). SIRIUS:  132 (Cleveland), 81 (Cincinnati). XM: 384 (Cleveland), 225 (Cincinnati).

Oakland at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 706: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (Oakland), 83 (Jacksonville). XM: 381 (Oakland), 226 (Jacksonville).

Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 707: Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta, Kevin Manuel (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 112 (Buffalo), 134 (Miami). XM: 385 (Buffalo), 228 (Miami).

Baltimore at New York Jets, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708: Ian Eagle, Rich Gannon, Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 146 (Baltimore), 133 (New York Jets). XM: 380 (Baltimore), 229 (New York Jets).

Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 709: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots. SIRIUS: 121 (Indianapolis), 145 (Tennessee). XM: 382 (Indianapolis), 227 (Tennessee).

Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Justin Kutcher, Charles Davis, Chris Spielman, Peter Schrager (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 93 (Washington), 135 (Detroit). XM: 387 (Washington), 231 (Detroit).

New Orleans at Kansas City, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711: Kenny Albert, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 126 (New Orelans), 84 (Kansas City). XM: 383 (New Orleans), 230 (Kansas City).

Minnesota at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 712: Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). Westwood One: John Sadak, Mike Mayock. SIRIUS: 136 (Minnesota), 82 (Philadelphia). XM: 386 (Minnesota), 82 (Philadelphia).

Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 714: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 83 (Tampa Bay), 145 (San Francisco). XM: 226 (Tampa Bay), 227 (San Francsico).

New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 715: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (Field Reporter). SIRIUS: 81 (New England), 82 (Pittsburgh). XM: 225 (New England), 82 (Pittsburgh).

Seattle at Arizona, 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, Kurt Warner. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Seattle), 81 (Arizona). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Seattle), 225 (Arizona).

Houston at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, Kurt Warner. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Houston), 81 (Denver). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Houston), 225 (Denver).

Sunday and Monday Officials
San Diego at ATLANTA, 4:05 – Bill Vinovich
New York Giants vs. Los Angeles in London, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (2:30 in London) – Ronald Torbert
Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. – Ed Hochuli
Oakland at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. – Jeff Triplette
Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m. – Brad Allen
Baltimore at New York Jets, 1 p.m. – Walt Anderson
Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1 p.m. – Jerome Boger
Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m. – Walt Coleman
New Orleans at Kansas City, 1 p.m. – Clete Blakeman
Minnesota at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. – John Hussey
Tampa Bay at San Francsico, 4:05 p.m. – Pete Morelli
New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. – Craig Wrolstad
Seattle at Arizona, 8:30 p.m. – Terry McAulay
Houston at Denver, 8:30 p.m. on Monday – Carl Cheffers

Sunday and Monday Odds (Home teams in CAPS)

Sunday’s Games
Favorites            Spread        Underdog                 O/U
ATLANTA              –  6 1/2      San Diego                53 1/2
New York Giants      –  3          LOS ANGELES              44 &
Minnesota            –  2 1/2      PHILADELPHIA             40
KANSAS CITY          –  6 1/2      New Orleans              50 1/2
DETROIT              –  1 1/2      Washington               48 1/2
CINCINNATI           – 10          Cleveland                46
Buffalo              –  3          MIAMI                    45
JACKSONVILLE         –  1          Oakland                  49
TENNESSEE            –  2 1/2      Indianapolis             48 1/2
NEW YORK JETS        –  1          Baltimore                41 1/2
Tampa Bay            –  1 1/2      SAN FRANCISCO            47 1/2
New England          –  7          PITTSBURGH               45 1/2
ARIZONA              –  1 1/2      Seattle                  43 1/2

Monday’s Game
Favorites            Spread        Underdog                 O/U
DENVER               –  7 1/2      Houston                  41

& – Game in London, Los Angeles is designated home team

Sunday and Monday Injuries

San Diego at ATLANTA, 4:05 p.m.

San Diego
OUT: LB Jeremiah Attaochu (Ankle), S Jahleel Addae (Collarbone0, CB Brandon Flowers (Concussion), WR Travis Benjamin (Knee)

Atlanta
OUT: WR Taylor Gabriel (Concussion), CB Charaun Goodwin (Hamstring)

New York Giants at Los Angeles, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (2:30 p.m. in London)

New York Giants
OUT: S Natneal Berhe (Concussion), T Marshall Newhouse (Calf), S Darian Thompson (Foot)
QUESTIONABLE: LS Zak DeOssie (Ankle)

Los Angeles
OUT: DT Michael Brockers (Thigh), CB Trumaine Johnson (Ankle)
DOUBTFUL: G Jamon Brown (Hand), WR Nelson Spruce (Calf)
QUESTIONABLE: DE William Hayes (Ankle), DE Robert Quinn (Shoulder)

Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

Cleveland
OUT: CB Marcus Burley (Hamstring), WR Corey Coleman (Hand), TE Seth DeValve (Knee), QB Josh McCown (Shoulder)
DOUBTFUL: CB Joseph Haden (Groin)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Terrelle Pryor (Hamstring), DE Xavier Cooper (Shoulder), TE Randall Telfer (Ankle)

Cincinnati Bengals Injuries
QUESTIONABLE: TE Tyler Eifert (Back)

Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m.

Washington
OUT: TE Jordan Reed (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: WR DeSean Jackson (Shoulder)

Detroit
OUT: TE Eric Ebron (Ankle), LB DeAndre Levy (Quad), DT Etuini Ngata (Shoulder), RB Theo Riddick (Ankle), T Corey Robinson (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Ezekiel Ansah (Ankle), G Lawrence Warford (Groin), RB Dwayne Washington (Ankle), LB Tahir Whitehead (Abdomen)

Oakland at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Oakland
DOUBTFUL: G Vadal Alexander (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: S Brynden Trawick (Shoulder), G Jonathan Feliciano (Calf), C Rodney Hudson (Knee), G Gabriel Jackson (Knee), RB Taiwan Jones (Knee), RB Latavius Murray (Toe), T Menelik Watson (Calf)

Jacksonville
QUESTIONABLE: T Kelvin Beachum (Knee), DE Jared Odrick (Hip), WR Neal Sterling (Foot), TE Julius Thomas (Ankle)

New Orleans at Kansas City, 1 p.m.

New Orleans
OUT: CB Delvin Breaux (Fibula), RB Daniel Lasco (Hamstring), CB Sterling Moore (Abdomen), T Andrus Peat (Groin), LB Dannell Ellerbe (Quad)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Paul Kruger (Back), T Terron Armstead (Knee)

Kansas City
QUESTIONABLE: CB Phillip Gaines (Knee)

Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m.

Buffalo
OUT: T Seantrel Henderson (Back)
DOUBTFUL: DT Marcell Dareus (Hamstring), WR Robert Woods (Foot)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Jerome Felton (Back), RB LeSean McCoy (Hamstring), TE Charles Clay (Ankle), T Cordy Glenn (Ankle), C Patrick Lewis (Knee), CB Kevon Seymour (Shoulder), DT Kyle Williams (Neck)

Miami
OUT: TE Jordan Cameron (Concussion), CB Xavien Howard (Knee), TE Dion Sims (Concussion), RB Arian Foster (Hamstring), LB Jelani Jenkins (Groin), CB Tony Lippett (Hamstring), LB Spencer Paysinger (Hamstring)

Baltimore at New York Jets, 1 p.m.

Baltimore
OUT: LB Elvis Dumervil (Foot), LB Clinton Mosley (Thigh)
DOUBTFUL: WR Stevonne Smith (Ankle), LB Terrell Suggs (Biceps), CB Shareece Wright (Thigh), G Marshal Yanda (Shoulder), S Kendrick Lewis (Thigh)
QUESTIONABLE: QB Joe Flacco (Shoulder), WR Devin Hester (Thigh), T Ronnie Stanley (Foot), WR Kamar Aiken (Thigh), CB Courtney Powers (Thigh), CB James Smith (Concussion)

New York Jets
OUT: TE Braedon Bowman (Knee), LB Darron Lee (Ankle), T Brent Qvale (Neck), TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: T Ryan Clady (Shoulder), C Nick Mangold (Knee), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (Ankle)

Minnesota at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.

Minnesota
OUT: DT Sharrif Floyd (Knee), TE MyCole Pruitt (Knee)
DOUBTFUL: WR Jarius Wright (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Stefon Diggs (Groin), WR Laquon Treadwell (Thumb)

Philadelphia
QUESTIONABLE: DT Bennie Logan (Groin), LB Marvin Kendricks (Ribs), CB Leodis McKelvin (Hamstring), CB Rond’trique Brooks (Calf)

Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Indianapolis
OUT: TE Dwayne Allen (Ankle), DT Henry Anderson (Knee), WR Phillip Dorsett (Foot), DT Zachariah Kerr (Ankle), LB Curt Maggitt (Ankle), G Jack Mewhort (Tricep), WR Donte Moncrief (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Darius Butler (Calf), WR Eugene Hilton (Hip), S T.J. Green (Knee), C Jonotthan Harrison (Illness)

Tennessee: Tennessee reported no injuries

Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.

Tampa Bay
OUT: DE Robert Ayers (Ankle), RB Doug Martin (Hamstring), DT Clinton McDonald (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: C Joseph Hawley (Knee), WR Cecil Shorts (Hamstring), TE Lucas Stocker (Ankle), CB Jude Adjei-Barimah (Knee), DT Gerald McCoy (Calf)

San Francisco
OUT: RB Carlos Hyde (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Glenn Dorsey (Knee), CB Rashard Robinson (Concussion), WR James Smith (Back)

New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.

New England
QUESTIONABLE: TE Martellus Bennett (Ankle), RB Brandon Bolden (Knee), LB Jamie Collins (Hip), WR Julian Edelman (Foot), DT Woodrow Hamilton (Shoulder), LB Shea McClellin (Concussion), WR Malcolm Mitchell (Hamstring), LB Elandon Roberts (Ankle), DT
Vincent Valentine (Back)

Pittsburgh
OUT: T Marcus Gilbert (Ankle), DE Cameron Heyward (Hamstring), QB Ben Roethilsberger (Knee), S Shamarko Thomas (Groin), C Cody Wallace (Knee), WR Markus Wheaton (Shoulder), RB DeAngelo Williams (Knee)

Seattle at Arizona, 8:30 p.m.

Seattle
OUT: LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (Ankle), RB Thomas Rawls (Fibula), TE Luke Wilson (Knee), DE Quinton Jefferson (Knee)
DOUBTFUL: S Kameron Chancellor (Groin)

Arizona
OUT: DT Edward Stinson (Toe)
DOUBTFUL: WR John Brown (Hamstring), LB Gabriel Martin (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Jaron Brown (Knee), QB Carson Palmer (Hamstring)

Houston at Denver, 8:30 p.m. on Monday

Houston
OUT: S Quintin Demps (Calf), RB Jonathan Grimes (Ankle), CB Kevin Johnson (Foot), LB Brian Peters (Quad)

Denver
OUT: LB DeMarcus Ware (Forearm)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Cody Latimer (Concussion), T Russell Okung (Concussion)

Sunday and Monday Weather

San Diego at ATLANTA, 4:05 p.m. (Game indoors)
New York Giants at Los Angeles, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (2:30 p.m. London)(Partly cloudy and 56 degrees)
Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 64 degrees)
Oakland at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 72 degrees)
Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 78 degrees)
Baltimore at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (Sunny, windy and 56 degrees)
Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 71 degrees)
Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m. (Game indoors)
New Orleans at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 67 degrees)
Minnesota at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (Sunny, windy and 60 degrees)
Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. (Sunny and 71 degrees)
New England at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. (Sunny and 64 degrees)
Seattle at Arizona, 8:30 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, partly cloudy and 91 degrees)
Houston at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Monday (Partly cloudy and 71 degrees)

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel.

Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information

Indianapolis (1-2) vs. Jacksonville (0-3) in London, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. London time) on CBS: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl (Field reporter). Westwood One: Wayne Larrivee, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 83 (Indianapolis), 81 (Jacksonville). XM: 226 (Indianapolis), 225 (Jacksonville).

Carolina (1-2) at Atlanta (2-1), 1 p.m. on Fox and DirecTV 709: Dick Stockton, Chris Spielman, Krista Pink (Field reporter).  Westwood One: Brandon Gaudin, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 83 (Carolina), 145 (Atlanta). XM: 380 (Carolina), 225 (Atlanta).

Oakland (2-1) at Baltimore (3-0), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 121 (Oakland), 82 (Baltimore). XM: 385 (Oakland), 82 (Baltimore).

Detroit (1-2) at Chicago (0-3), 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 84 (Detroit), 135 (Chicago). XM: 381 (Detroit), 226 (Chicago).

Tennessee (1-2) at Houston (2-1), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 706: Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta. SIRIUS: 157 (Tennessee), 136 (Houston). XM: 383 (Tennessee), 230 (Houston).

Buffalo (1-2) at New England (3-0), 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 707: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 138 (Buffalo), 93 (New England). XM: 382 (Buffalo), 93 (New England).

Seattle (2-1) at New York Jets (1-2), 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 81 (Seattle), 133 (New York Jets). XM: 81 (Seattle), 228 (New York Jets).

Cleveland (0-3) at Washington, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots, Stacy Dales (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 146 (Cleveland), 134 (Washington). XM: 384 (Cleveland), 227 (Washington).

Denver (3-0) at Tampa Bay (1-2), 4:05 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 712: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots. Westwood One: John Sadak, Jason Taylor. SIRIUS: 84 (Denver), 134 (Tampa Bay). XM: 381 (Denver), 227 (Tampa Bay).

Los Angeles (2-1) at Arizona (1-2), 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 713: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Peter Schrager (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 138 (Los Angeles), 145 (Arizona). XM: 382 (Los Angeles), 22 (Arizona).

New Orleans (0-3) at San Diego (1-2), 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 714: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 83 (New Orleans), 93 (San Diego). XM: 380 (New Orleans), 93 (San Diego).

Dallas (2-1) at San Francisco (1-2), 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 715: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 82 (Dallas), 81 (San Francisco). XM: 82 (Dallas), 81 (San Francisco).

Kansas City (2-1) at Pittsburgh (2-1), 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Kansas City), 81 (Pittburgh). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Kansas City), 225 (Pittsburgh).

New York Giants (2-1) at Minnesota (3-0), 8:30 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (New York Giants), 81 (Minnesota). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (New York Giants), 225 (Minnesota).

Sunday and Monday Officials
Carolina at Atlanta – John Hussey
Indianapolis vs. Jacksonville in London – Walt Anderson
Oakland at Baltimore – Ed Hochuli
Detroit at Chicago – Tony Corrente
Tennessee at Houston – Clete Blakeman
Buffalo at New England – Pete Morelli
Seattle at New York Jets – Carl Cheffers
Cleveland at Washington – Jeff Triplette
Denver at Tampa Bay – Jerome Boger
Los Angeles at Arizona – Gene Steratore
New Orleans at San Diego – Walt Coleman
Dallas at San Francisco – Terry McAulay
Kansas City at Pittsburgh – Ron Torbert
New York Giants at Minnesota on Moonday – Brad Allen

Sunday and Monday Odds (Home team in CAPS)

Sunday’s Games
Favorite                 Spread     Underdog         O/U
Carolina                 +  3 1/2   ATLANTA          49 1/2
Indianapolis             +  2 1/2   JACKSONVILLE     49 1/2
WASHINGTON               +  8       Cleveland        45 1/2
NEW ENGLAND              +  7       Buffalo          43 1/2
Seattle                  +  2 1/2   NEW YORK JETS    40
Detroit                  +  2 1/2   CHICAGO          46 1/2
HOUSTON                  +  6 1/2   Tennessee        40
BALTIMORE                +  3 1/2   Oakland          46 1/2
Denver                   +  3       TAMPA BAY        44 1/2
Dallas                   +  3       SAN FRANCISCO    46
SAN DIEGO                +  4 1/2   New Orleans      53 1/2
ARIZONA                  +  8 1/2   Los Angeles      43
PITTSBURGH               +  5 1/2   Kansas City      47 1/2

Monday’s Game
Favorite                 Spread     Underdog         O/U
MINNESOTA                +  4       New York Giants  43 1/2

Sunday and Monday Injury Report

Carolina at ATLANTA, 1 p.m.

Carolina
OUT: DT Vernon Butler (Ankle), T Michael Oher (Concussion), RB Jonathan Stewart (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABL:E DE Charles Johnson (Quadricep)

Atlanta
OUT: LB De’Vondre Campbell (Ankle), LB Paul Worrilow (Groin)

Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. London)

Indianapolis
Darius Butler CB Hamstring Did Not Participate In Practice Out
Jonotthan Harrison C Illness Did Not Participate In Practice Out
Donte Moncrief WR Shoulder Did Not Participate In Practice Out
QUESTIONABLE: WR Phillip Dorsett (Ankle), T Denzelle Good (Back), T Joseph Reitz (Back)

Jacksonville
OUT: TE Benjamin Koyack (Knee), DE Jared Odrick (Tricep)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Daniel Skuta (Hip), TE Julius Thomas (Elbow)

Oakland at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Oakland
OUT: S Nathaniel Allen (Quadricep), T Austin Howard (Ankle), T Menelik Watson (Calf)
QUESTIONABLE: C Rodney Hudson (Knee), T Matt McCants (Knee), RB Taiwan Jones (Knee)

Baltimore
DOUBTFUL: CB Sheldon Price (Thigh), T Ronnie Stanley (Foot), RB Ken Dixon (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Kamar Aiken (Thigh), LB Elvis Dumervil (Foot), DT Timothy Jernigan (Knee), G John Urschel (Shoulder), WR Devin Hester (Thigh), T Alexander Lewis (Concussion)

Detroit at Chicago, 1 p.m.

Detroit
OUT: DE Ezekiel Ansah (Ankle), LB DeAndre Levy (Quadricep)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Adairius Barnes (Ankle), TE Eric Ebron (Ankle), DE Wallace Gilberry (Abdomen), WR Marvin Jones (Hamstring),
T Riley Reiff (Ankle), DE Devin Taylor (Ankle), LB Leander Williams (Hamstring), S Tavon Wilson (Neck)

Chicago
DOUBTFUL: RB Ka’Deem Carey (Hamstring), QB Jay Cutler (Thumb), DT Eddie Goldman (Ankle), RB Jeremy Langford (Ankle), LB
Danny Trevathan (Thumb), S Harold Jones-Quartey (Concussion), DE Jonathan Bullard (Toe), WR Alshon Jeffery (Hamstring), CB
Sherrick McManis (Hamstring), CB Tracy Porter (Knee), G Josh Sitton (Shoulder), LB Willie Young (Knee)

Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m.

Tennessee
OUT: CB Cody Riggs (Hamstring), S Da’Norris Searcy (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Nathan Palmer (Knee), TE Delanie Walker (Hamstring)

Houston
OUT: DE J.J. Watt (Back), TE Stephen Anderson (Hamstring), RB Jonathan Grimes (Ankle), WR Braxton Miller (Hamstring), T
Duane Brown (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Brian Cushing (Knee), S Quintin Demps (Hamstring)

Buffalo at New England, 1 p.m.

Buffalo
OUT: T Cyrus Kouandjio (Ankle), C Patrick Lewis (Knee), WR Gregory Salas (Groin), WR Sammy Watkins (Foot)
QUESTIONABLE: S Colt Anderson (Foot), TE Charles Clay (Knee), CB Ronald Darby (Hamstring), T Cordy Glenn (Ankle),  QB
Cardale Jones (Shoulder), S Jonathan Meeks (Foot), S Aaron Williams (Ankle)

New England
QUESTIONABLE: QB Jacoby Brissett (Thumb), T Marcus Cannon (Calf), G Jonathan Cooper (Foot), LB Jonathan Freeny (Shoulder), QB
Jimmy Garoppolo (Shoulder), TE Rob Gronkowski (Hamstring), LB Qualin Hightower (Knee), CB Nelson Rowe (Ankle)

Seattle at New York Jets, 1 p.m.

Seattle
OUT: RB Thomas Rawls (Fibula)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Jarran Reed (Hip), TE Jimmy Graham (Knee), RB C.J. Prosise (Wrist), TE Nicholas Vannett (Ankle), LB
Michael Morgan (Hip)

New York Jets
OUT: WR Jalin Marshall (Shoulder), QB Bryce Petty (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Bruce Carter (Ankle), T Ryan Clady (Shoulder)

Cleveland at Washington, 1 p.m.

Cleveland
OUT: WR Corey Coleman (Hand), TE Seth DeValve (Knee), C Cameron Erving (Chest), QB Josh McCown (Shoulder), DE Carl Nassib (Hand), LB Nathaniel Orchard (Ankle)
DOUBTFUL: CB Tramon Williams (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: S Ibraheim Campbell (Hamstring), CB Joseph Haden (Groin)

Washington
OUT: CB Bashaud Breeland (Ankle), WR Joshua Doctson (Achilles), G Shawn Lauvao (Ankle), CB Dashaun Phillips (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Trent Murphy (Elbow), DE Kendall Reyes (Groin)

Denver at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m.

Denver
OUT: TE Virgil Green (Calf), T Donald Stephenson (Calf), LB DeMarcus Ware (Forearm)
QUESTIONABLE: S Shiloh Keo (Knee), S Justin Simmons (Hand)

Tampa Bay
OUT: DE Robert Ayers (Ankle), RB Doug Martin (Hamstring), WR Cecil Shorts (Hamstring), TE Lucas Stocker (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: C Joseph Hawley (Ankle)

Los Angeles at Arizona, 4:25 p.m.

Los Angeles
DOUBTFUL: DE William Hayes (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Tavon Auston (Shoulder), DT Dominique Easley (Illness), CB Lamarcus Joyner (Toe), WR Kenneth Britt (Thigh)

Arizona
OUT: P Drew Butler (Calf), DT Frostee Rucker (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Justin Bethel (Foot), S Tyvon Branch (Groin), LB Kareem Martin (Knee)

New Orleans at San Diego, 4:25 p.m.

New Orleans
OUT: T Terron Armstead (Knee), CB Delvin Breaux (Fibula), TE Josh Hill (Ankle), G Senio Kelemete (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Tyeler Davison (Shoulder), LB Dannell Ellerbe (Quadricep), LB James Laurinaitis (Quadricep), WR Willie Snead (Toe), S Kenny Vaccaro (Ankle)

San Diego
OUT: S Jahleel Addae (Collarbone), CB Brandon Flowers (Concussion), DE Joey Bosa (Hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: T King Dunlap (Illness), TE Antonio Gates (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: T Joseph Barksdale (Foot), LB Jatavis Brown (Hamstring), G Orlando Franklin (Back)

Dallas at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m.

Dallas
OUT: G La’el Collins (Toe), QB Tony Romo (Back)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Dez Bryant (Knee), T Tyron Smith (Back), DE Jack Crawford (Shoulder), T Doug Free (Quadricep), LB
Andrew Gachkar (Neck), S Jeffery Heath (Knee), LB Mark Nzeocha (Achilles), CB Orlando Scandrick (Hamstring)

San Francisco
OUT: CB Jimmie Ward (Quadricep)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Garrett Celek (Back), TE Vance McDonald (Hip)

Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m.

Kansas City
OUT: T Jah Reid (Knee), RB Charcandrick West (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Tamba Hali (Knee), RB Jamaal Charles (Knee), CB Phillip Gaines (Knee)

Pittsburgh
OUT: G Ramon Foster (Chest), CB Senquez Golson (Foot), WR Eli Rogers (Toe), LB Ryan Shazier (Knee), C Cody Wallace (Knee), S
Robert Golden (Hamstring), RB Roosevelt Nix (Back)

New York Giants at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m. on Monday

New York Giants
OUT: S Natneal Berhe (Concussion), T Marshall Newhouse (Calf), DT Robert Thomas (Illness), S Darian Thompson (Foot), CB
Eli Apple (Hamstring)

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB Groin Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable
Rashad Jennings RB Thumb Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

Minnesota
QUESTIONABLE: DT Sharrif Floyd (Knee), TE David Morgan (Knee)

Sunday and Monday Weather
Carolina at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (Game indoors)
Indiapolis vs. Jacksonville in London, 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. in London)(Partly cloudy and 60 degrees)
Oakland at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (Cloudy and 71 degrees)
Detroit at Chicago, 1 p.m. (Cloudy and 65 degrees)
Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, sunny and 82 degrees)
Buffalo at New England, 1 p.m. (Cloudy and 60 degrees)
Seattle at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (Overcast and 64 degrees)
Cleveland at Washington, 1 p.m. (Cloudy and 70 degrees)
Denver at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 89 degres)
Los Angeles at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, partly cloudy and 90 degrees)
New Orleans at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. (Sunny and 72 degrees)
Dallas at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. (Mostly cloudy and 66 degrees)
Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 64 degrees)
New York Giants at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m. Monday (Game indoors)

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesty The Weather Channel.

 

Sunday and Monday Broadcast Information

Denver at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 705: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 112 (Denver), 82 (Cincinnati). XM: 382 (Denver), 82 (Cincinnati).

Baltimore at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 706: Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta, Chris Fischer (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 132 (Baltimore), 93 (Jacksonville). XM: 380 (Baltimore, 228 (Jacksonville).

Cleveland at Miami, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 707: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots. SIRIUS: 138 (Cleveland), 121 (Miami). XM: 385 (Cleveland), 231 (Miami).

Oakland at Tennessee, 1 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 708: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (Oakland), 146 (Tennessee). XM: 388 (Oakland), 229 (Tennessee).

Arizona at Buffalo, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 709: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 98 (Arizona), 113 (Buffalo). XM: 386 (Arizona), 230 (Buffalo).

Minnesota at Carolina, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 710: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 136 (Minnesota), 83 (Carolina). XM: 384 (Minnesota), 226 (Carolina).

Detroit at Green Bay, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 711: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Peter Schrager (Field reporter). Westwood One: Sam Rosen, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 135 (Detroit), 84 (Green Bay). XM: 381 (Detroit), 227 (Green Bay).

Washington at New York Giants, 1 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 712: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 134 (Washington), 81 (New York Giants). XM: 383 (Washington), 225 (New York Giants).

San Francisco at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 713: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (San Francisco), 93 (Seattle). XM: 388 (San Francisco), 228 (Seattle).

Los Angeles at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 714: Dick Stockton, Chris Spielman, Krista Pink (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 138 (Los Angeles), 84 (Tampa Bay). XM: 385 (Los Angeles), 227 (Tampa Bay).

San Diego at Indianapolis, 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 715: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon. Westwood One: John Sadak, Ross Tucker. SIRIUS: 112 (San Dieg), 81 (Indianapolis). XM: 382 (San Diego), 225 (Indianpolis).

New York Jets at Kansas City, 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 716: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 133 (New York Jets), 83 (Kansas City). XM: 387 (New York Jets), 226 (Kansas City).

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m. on CBS and DirecTV 717: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 132 (Pittsburgh), 82 (Philadelphia). XM: 380 (Pittsburgh), 82 (Philadelphia).

Chicago at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. on NBC: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Chicago), 81 (Dallas). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Chicago), 225 (Dallas).

ATLANTA at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m. Monday on ESPN: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Brady Poppinga (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (WestWood1), 83 (Atlanta), 81 (New Orleans). XM: 88 (WestWood1), 226 (Atlanta), 225 (New Orleans).

Sunday and Monday Referees
Arizona at Buffalo – Walt Anderson
Minnesota at Carolina – Jerome Boger
Denver at Cincinnati – John Parry
Detroit at Green Bay – Carl Cheffers
Baltimore at Jacksonville – Gene Steratore
Cleveland at Miami – Clete Blakeman
Washington at New York Giants – John Hussey
Oakland at Tennessee – Tony Corrente
San Francisco at Seattle – Jeff Triplette
Los Angeles at Tampa Bay – Ed Hochuli
San Diego at Indianapolis – Ronald Torbert
New York Jets at Kansas City – Bill Vinovich
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia – Brad Allen
Chicago at Dallas – Craig Wrolstad
ATLANTA at New Orleans – Pete Morelli

Sunday and Monday Injury Report

Denver at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

Denver
OUT: TE Virgil Green (Calf), T Donald Stephenson (Calf), LB DeMarcus Ware (Forearm)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Bennie Fowler (Elbow), LB Corey Nelson (Ankle), S Justin Simmons (Hand), LB Greg Watson (Elbow)

Cincinnati
DOUBTFUL: TE Tyler Eifert (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Darqueze Dennard (Hamstring), G Eric Winston (Back)

Detroit at Green Bay, 1 p.m.

Detroit
OUT: Ezekiel Ansah (Ankle)
DOUBTFUL: LB DeAndre Levy (Quad), LB Leander Williams (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: G Lawrence Warford (Illness), TE Eric Ebron (Back), T Riley Reiff (Ankle), LB Kyle Van Noy (Calf), DT Tyrunn Walker (Calf), CB Adairius Barnes (Ankle), DE Wallace Gilberry (Abdomen), DE Devin Taylor (Ankle)

Green Bay
OUT: CB Samuel Shields (Concussion)
QUESTIONABL:E S Morgan Burnett (Groin), DT Letroy Guion (Knee), DE Datone Jones (Knee), LB Wiilliam Matthews (Ankle), G Thomas Lang (Hip)

Baltimore at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Baltimore
OUT: RB Kenneth Dixon (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Elvis Dumervil (Foot), T Ronnie Stanley (Foot), G John Urschel (Shoulder)

Jacksonville
OUT: T Kelvin Beachum (Concussion), TE Benjamin Koyack (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Prince Amukamara (Hamstring), G Brandon Linder (Knee), DE Jared Odrick (Triceps), RB Chris Ivory (Not Injury Related), S Tashaun Gipson (Hamstring)

Cleveland at Miami, 1 p.m.

Cleveland
OUT: S Ibraheim Campbell (Hamstring), WR Corey Coleman (Hand), C Cameron Erving (Chest), QB Josh McCown (Shoulder), DE Carl Nassib (Hand)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Joseph Haden (Groin), K Patrick Murray (Knee)

Miami
OUT: RB Arian Foster (Groin), C James Pouncey (Hip)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Jason Jones (Ankle), LB Nawa’akoa Misi (Shoulder), CB Xavien Howard (Knee), LB Jelani Jenkins (Knee),  WR DeVante Parker (Hamstring), LB Spencer Paysinger (Neck)

Washington at New York Giants, 1 p.m.

Washington
OUT: DE Kendall Reyes (Groin)
QUESTIONABLE: T Attauyo Nsekhe (Foot), LB Martrell Spaight (Concussion), DE Christopher Baker (Rib), S Su’a Cravens (Hip), WR Joshua Doctson (Achilles), C Kory Lichtensteiger (Back)

New York Giants
OUT: T Marshall Newhouse (Calf), DT Robert Thomas (Illness), S Darian Thompson (Foot)
QUESTIONABLE: RB Rashad Jennings (Thumb)

Oakland at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Oakland
OUT: T Austin Howard (Ankle), T Matt McCants (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: CB David Amerson (Concussion), C Rodney Hudson (Knee), G Gabriel Jackson (Knee), RB Taiwan Jones (Knee), DT Darius Latham (Concussion), DE Jihad Ward (Hip), T Menelik Watson (Groin)

Tennessee
QUESTIONABLE: TE Delanie Walker (Hamstring), LB Derrick Morgan (Hamstring), WR Kendall Wright (Hamstring)

San Francisco at Seattle, 4:05 p.m.

San Francisco
OUT: T Anthony Davis (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: S Marcus Cromartie (Ankle), T Jaquiski Tartt (Knee)

Seattle
DOUBTFUL: RB Thomas Rawls (Shin), G Germain Ifedi (Ankle), TE Nicholas Vannett (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Tyler Lockett (Knee), RB C.J. Prosise (Wrist)

Los Angeles at Tampa Bay

Los Angeles
DOUBTFUL: WR Pharoh Cooper (Shoulder), WR Nelson Spruce (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: S Maurice Alexander (Thigh), RB Benny Cunningham (Knee), CB Edwin Gaines (Thigh), CB Lamarcus Joyner (Toe)

Tampa Bay
OUT: DE Robert Ayers (Ankle), RB Doug Martin (Hamstring), WR Cecil Shorts (Hamstring), TE Lucas Stocker (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Lavonte David (Shoulder), S Ryan Smith (Hand), T Donovan Smith (Hip)

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m.

Pittsburgh
OUT: CB Senquez Golson (Foot), C Cody Wallace (Knee)
DOUBTFUL: RB Roosevelt Nix (Back)
QUESTIONABLE: G Ramon Foster (Elbow)

Philadelphia
OUT: TE Zach Ertz TE (Rib), CB Leodis McKelvin (Hamstring), LB Isaac Seumalo (Pectoral)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Marvin Kendricks (Nose)

San Diego at Indianapolis, 4:25 p.m.

San Diego
OUT: S Jahleel Addae (Collarbone), DE Joey Bosa (Hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: TE Antonio Gates (Hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: G Orlando Franklin (Hamstring)

Indianapolis
OUT: CB Darius Butler (Hamstring), T Denzelle Good (Back), WR Donte Moncrief (Shoulder), CB Patrick Robinson (Concussion)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Eugene Hilton (Knee), LB Trent Cole (Back), CB Vontae Davis (Ankle), S T.J. Green (Knee), C Ryan Kelly Shoulder), QB Andrew Luck (Shoulder), S Clayton Geathers (Foot)

New York Jets at Kansas City, 4:25 p.m.

New York Jets
OUT: QB Bryce Petty (Shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Erin Henderson (Foot), LB David Harris (Shoulder), WR Brandon Marshall (Foot)

Kansas City
OUT: G Parker Ehinger (Concussion), T Jah Reid (Knee), LB Samuel Barrington (Hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: RB Jamaal Charles (Knee)
QUESTIONABLE: G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Ankle), CB Phillip Gaines (Knee)

Chicago at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Chicago
OUT: LB Danny Trevathan (Thumb)
DOUBTFUL: RB Ka’Deem Carey (Hamstring), QB Jay Cutler (Thumb), DT Eddie Goldman (Ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: T Bobby Massie (Toe), G Josh Sitton (Shoulder), DT William Sutton (Elbow), S Adrian Amos (Concussion), CB Bryce Callahan (Concussion), CB Kyle Fuller (Knee), WR Alshon Jeffery (Knee), CB Tracy Porter (Knee), S Chris Prosinski (Calf), LB Willie Young (Knee)

Dallas
OUT: QB Tony Romo (Back), DE Charles Tapper (Back)
DOUBTFUL: LB Mark Nzeocha (Achilles)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Orlando Scandrick (Hamstring), DE Jack Crawford (Shoulder), T Doug Free (Quadricep), T Tryon Smith (Back)

ATLANTA at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m. on Monday

Atlanta
OUT: LB De’Vondre Campbell (Ankle), LB Paul Worrilow (Groin)
QUESTIONALBLE: WR Quintorris Jones (Calf)

New Orleans
OUT: T Terron Armstead (Knee), CB Delvin Breaux (Fibula)
QUESTIONABLE: DT Tyeler Davison (Shoulder), LB Dannell Ellerbe (Quadricep). DE Josh Hill (Ankle), WR Willie Sneed (Toe),  DE Cameron Jordan (Knee), S Kenny Vaccaro (Ankle)

Sunday Odds (Home Teams in CAPS)
Favorite                 Spread      Underdog                  O/U
CINCINNATI               –  3 1/2    Denver                    42 1/2
Oakland                  –  1        TENNESSEE                 47
Arizona                  –  3 1/2    BUFFALO                   47
Baltimore                –  1 1/2    JACKSONVILLE              45 1/2
MIAMI                    – 10        Cleveland                 43
GREEN BAY                –  6        Detroit                   47 1/2
CAROLINA                 –  6 1/2    Minnesota                 42 1/2
SEATTLE                  – 10        San Francisco             42
TAMPA BAY                –  3 1/2    Los Angeles               40 1/2
Pittsburgh               –  4        PHILADELPHIA              46 1/2
KANSAS CITY              –  3        New York Jets             43 1/2
INDIANAPOLIS             –  1 1/2    San Diego                 51 1/2
DALLAS                   –  6 1/2    Chicago                   44 1/2

Monday Odds (Home Teams in CAPS)
Favorite                 Spread      Underdog                  O/U
NEW ORLEANS              –  2 1/2    Atlanta                   53 1/2

Sunday and Monday Weather
Arizona at Buffalo, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 63 degrees)
Minnesota at Carolina, 1 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 85 degrees)
Denver at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (Sunny and 77 degrees)
Detroit at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (Overcast and 72 degrees)
Baltimore at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (Mostly cloudy and 88 degrees)
Cleveland at Miami, 1 p.m. (Scattered thunderstorms and 86 degrees)
Washington at New York Giants, 1 p.m (Sunny and 66 degrees)
San Francisco at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 69 degrees)
Los Angeles at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m. (Partly cloudy and 90 degrees)
San Diego at Indianapolis, 4:25 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, partly cloudy and 87 degrees)
New York Jets at Kansas City, 4:25 p.m. (Cloudy and 67 degrees)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m. (Sunny and 73 degrees)
Chicago at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. (Game indoors; if roof is open, scattered thunderstorms and 80 degrees)
ATLANTA at New Orleans, 8:30 Monday (Game indoors)

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, Odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel.