As the Giants prepare to face the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon, what other teams will be in action today? Here's your complete Week 10 Sunday NFL schedule, including game times, TV channels, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more. All games are streamed via NFL Game Pass.
Use this as your open thread for all of Sunday's non-Giants action.
Miami Dolphins (3-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-4)
The Dolphins have been a roller coaster to watch all season, with a few big games and then two duds against the Patriots and Buffalo Bills. They head to Philadelphia to face the Eagles, who had a dramatic overtime win against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night football last week. The Eagles are a half-game behind the Giants in the NFC East standings.
Dallas Cowboys (2-6) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5)
The Cowboys have now lost six straight games, and any hopes to make the playoffs at this point are all but gone for Dallas, as their offense has struggled tremendously without Tony Romo. This week, they take on Tampa Bay, who lost 32-18 against the Giants last week in a game that was closer than the final score indicates. The battle of wide receivers will be an interesting one to follow in this contest, as both Dez Bryant and Mike Evans are coming off big games of over 100 yards receiving each.
New Orleans Saints (4-5) at Washington Redskins (3-5)
Any momentum the Saints had in their 52-49 win a couple weeks ago was squashed last week in a home overtime defeat at the hands of Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans. They travel to the nation's capital this week to take on a struggling Redskins squad. However, Washington has been a battle at home, and quarterback Kirk Cousins will look to win his fourth straight at FedEx Field.
Carolina Panthers (8-0) at Tennessee Titans (2-6)
Cam Newton and the Panthers look to continue their incredible year this week against a stingy Titans squad. Last week, both teams got huge wins against the Packers and Saints, respectively. The Titans aren't likely to make the playoffs, but they have a franchise quarterback in Marcus Mariota and a dynamic duo at the outside linebacker positions with Derrick Morgan and Brian Orakpo. If Cam Newton can avoid the pressure and make plays, the Titans will be in for a long one.
Detroit Lions (1-7) at Green Bay Packers (6-2)
The Packers have lost their last two games on the road to two of the best teams in the NFL in the Broncos and Panthers, respectively, but they return to Lambeau Field to take on the Detroit Lions. The Lions haven't won at Lambeau Field since 1991, before I was born. I'm not a betting man, but if I were you, I probably would not place my money on this struggling Detroit team.
Chicago Bears (3-5) at St. Louis Rams (4-4)
The Rams enter the game with exciting rookie running back Todd Gurley, who has placed his name in the Rookie of the Year candidacy. Meanwhile, the Bears are without Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte, but former Michigan State halfback Jeremy Langford played well last week in his absence. The Rams don't score a lot of points, but they do rush the quarterback well, and lead the NFC in sacks (27).
Minnesota Vikings (6-2) at Oakland Raiders (4-4)
Two energetic rookie receivers will be what to watch for in this matchup. Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs and Raiders receiver Amari Cooper have combined for more than 1,000 yards in the first half of the season. This contest could have serious playoff implications, as both teams are in position to be slotted for the Wild Card spots with a win today.
Cleveland Browns (2-7) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4)
Johnny Manziel is slated to make the start for the Cleveland Browns, while Landry Jones will be under center for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both teams are undermanned, but the Steelers still have Antonio Brown, who had more than 300 yards from scrimmage last week.
Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6) at Baltimore Ravens (2-6)
Kansas City Chiefs (3-5) at Denver Broncos (7-1)
The Broncos are coming off their first loss of the season and are back home at the Mile High Stadium. Peyton Manning needs just one more win to pass Brett Favre (186) for most wins of any starting quarterback in NFL history. The Chiefs will try to negate that with a pass rush led by Justin Houston and Derrick Johnson, and on offense, hope they can depend on a third straight solid week from running back Charcandrick West, who has averaged more than 125 yards from scrimmage and scored a touchdown in each of his past two games.
Arizona Cardinals (6-2) at Seattle Seahawks (4-4)
The Cardinals have started out strong again this season due to the incredible play of Carson Palmer (110.2 quarterback rating, best in NFC) and a career renaissance of running back Chris Johnson, who has rushed for more than 100 yards in four of his past six games. On Seattle, they still have the Legion of Boom on defense, but the offense has struggled. Seattle may be without Marshawn Lynch for this game, as he is listed as questionable on the injury report.