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Here is your complete non-Giants Sunday NFL schedule, including game time, TV channel, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more.

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The New York Giants are on their bye week, but there are a number of other NFL teams in action today. Here's your complete Week 11 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.

Washington Redskins (4-5) at Carolina Panthers (9-0)

This is a crucial game for Giants fans to keep an eye on, because if the Redskins can pull off the upset, Washington and New York will be tied atop the NFC East standings. Kirk Cousins had a perfect passer rating last week in Washington's rout of the New Orleans Saints. On the opposite sideline, Cam Newton has a chance to tie Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young for most games with a passing and rushing touchdown.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Tony Siragusa

Radio: SIRIUS: 134 (Was), 146 (Car). XM: 232 (Car).

Odds: Redskins +7

Jesse's Pick: Panthers

Redskins blog: Hogs Haven

Panthers blog: Cat Scratch Reader

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-5)

The Giants' other main threat in the NFC East is the Eagles, who lost last week in dramatic fashion, 20-19 to the Miami Dolphins. Mark Sanchez will get the start for Philadelphia in this one, with Sam Bradford out due to a separated shoulder. For Tampa Bay, rookie quarterback Jameis Winston had the game-winning touchdown run versus the Cowboys last week and aims for his fourth game in a row with a rushing touchdown. If Philadelphia wins, they are also tied atop the division with the Giants.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Dick Stockton, David Diehl, Kristina Pink

Radio: SIRIUS: 145 (TB), 132 (Phi). XM: 231 (Phi).

Odds: Buccaneers +5

Jesse's Pick: Eagles

Buccaneers blog: Bucs Nation

Eagles blog: Bleeding Green Nation

Denver Broncos (7-2) at Chicago Bears (4-5)

Brock Osweiler will step in to make his first career start in the NFL, right as the Broncos are in the middle of a playoff race. On the other side, John Fox and Jay Cutler will get a chance to face their former team. Cutler had a career-high 151 quarterback rating last week in Chicago's win over the St. Louis Rams.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn

Radio: SIRIUS: 81 (Den), 135 (Chi). XM: 228 (Chi).

Odds: Broncos +1

Jesse's Pick: Broncos

Broncos blog: Mile High Report

Bears blog: Windy City Gridiron

New York Jets (5-4) at Houston Texans (4-5)

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, after undergoing ligament surgery, will face his former team for the first time. He has the most touchdown passes in NFL history by an Ivy League quarterback. The most important matchup to watch may be Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins face Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. In his past seven games, Hopkins has more than 750 receiving yards and 5 touchdowns. Revis leads the NFL in total takeaways.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon.

Radio: SIRIUS: 133 (NYJ), 112 (Hou). XM: 230 (Hou).

Odds: Jets -2.5

Jesse's Pick: Jets

Jets blog: Gang Green Nation

Texans blog: Battle Red Blog

Dallas Cowboys (2-7) at Miami Dolphins (4-5)

Tony Romo makes his return for the Cowboys in this one, as they try to end a 7-game skid. It could not come at much better timing either, as Romo has won in both of his career games against the Dolphins. Miami, however, defeated the Eagles last week, 20-19 and quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been slinging the ball much better of late, throwing for more than 250 yards in four of his past five games.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver

Radio: SIRIUS: 121 (Dal), 93 (Mia). XM: 226 (Mia).

Odds: Cowboys -1.5

Jesse's Pick: Cowboys

Cowboys blog: Blogging the Boys

Dolphins blog: The Phinsider

Indianapolis Colts (4-5) at Atlanta Falcons (6-3)

The Colts will be without starting quarterback Andrew Luck in this one, and they face a powerful Falcons offensive attack, buoyed by Julio Jones and Devonta Freeman. Colts wideout Andre Johnson is just 48 receiving yards away from passing Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter for the 10th-most receiving yards of all-time. The Colts are tied atop the AFC South standings with the Texans.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl

Radio: SIRIUS: 157 (Ind), 82 (Atl). XM: 82 (Atl).

Odds: Colts +6

Jesse's Pick: Colts

Colts blog: Stampede Blue

Falcons blog: The Falcoholic

St. Louis Rams (4-5) at Baltimore Ravens (2-7)

Both these teams have been disappointments throughout the entire season, but Rams rookie running back Todd Gurley has been a revelation since recovering from a torn ACL and is arguably the frontrunner in the Rookie of the Year race. The Ravens just announced that their first round pick from this past draft, receiver Breshad Perriman, was put on injured reserve.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin

Radio: SIRIUS: 136 (StL), 126 (Bal). XM: 229 (Bal).

Odds: Rams +2

Jesse's Pick: Rams

Rams blog: Turf Show Times

Ravens blog: Baltimore Beatdown

Oakland Raiders (4-5) at Detroit Lions (2-7)

The Detroit Lions finally beat the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field last week, the first time since 1991, before yours truly was even born. The Raiders have struggled a bit since the earlier portion of the season, but still have a talented offense ran by young stud quarterback Derek Carr, as well as receiver Amari Cooper, running back Latavius Murray and tight end Clive Walford. The veterans have been key too for Oakland, though. Safety Charles Woodson needs just one interception to move into fifth all-time in NFL interception leaders.

Game Time: 1 p.m.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein

Radio: SIRIUS: 137 (Oak), 83 (Det). XM: 83 (Det).

Odds: Raiders -2

Jesse's Pick: Raiders

Raiders blog: Silver and Black Pride

Lions blog: Pride of Detroit

Kansas City Chiefs (4-5) at San Diego Chargers (2-7)

The Chiefs have been without All Pro running back Jamaal Charles for a while now due to an ACL injury that ended his season, but Charcandrick West has come out of nowhere to provide a spark for the Chiefs offense. West has averaged more than 137 scrimmage yards in his past three games and aims for his fourth in a row with a rushing touchdown. For the Chargers, they too have been a disappointment, but their running backs have not been bad, as rookie Melvin Gordon is third in the NFL among rookie running backs in rushing yards (413) and Danny Woodhead leads all NFL running backs in receiving yards (521).

Game Time: 4:05 p.m.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots, Scott Kaplan

Radio: SIRIUS: 126 (KC), 138 (SD). XM: 229 (KC), 233 (SD).

Odds: Chiefs -3

Jesse's Pick: Chiefs

Chiefs blog: Arrowhead Pride

Chargers blog: Bolts from the Blue

Green Bay Packers (6-3) at Minnesota Vikings (7-2)

The Vikings haven't looked extremely sexy, but have won five straight games to take hold of the NFC North division lead. The Packers have dropped each of their last three games. This will be an exciting battle of the quarterbacks, as Aaron Rodgers has won 9 of his last 10 games against the Vikings. Meanwhile, Minnesota quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has won 7 games in a row at home.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews

Radio: Westwood One: John Sadak, Tony Boselli. SIRIUS: 93 (GB), 82 (Min). XM: 82 (Min).

Odds: Packers +1

Jesse's Pick: Packers

Packers blog: Acme Packing Company

Vikings blog: Daily Norseman

San Francisco 49ers (3-6) at Seattle Seahawks (4-5)

The Seahawks dropped a crucial game last Sunday night at home versus the Arizona Cardinals and could very well be in the hunt for only a wild card spot with the way the Cardinals are clicking on all cylinders right now. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is 4-0 versus the 49ers at home, and Seattle will need his best effort in this game to get the team back into the playoff race.

Game Time: 4:25 p.m.

TV: FOX

Announcers: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale

Radio: SIRIUS: 135 (SF), 83 (Sea). XM: 228 (SF), 83 (Sea).

Odds: 49ers +12

Jesse's Pick: 49ers

49ers blog: Niners Nation

Seahawks blog: Field Gulls

Cincinnati Bengals (8-1) at Arizona Cardinals (7-2)

Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer will finally get his chance at revenge against his old team, the Bengals. Cincinnati started out the season 8-0 before losing last Monday night to the Texans at home. Arizona is coming off a huge Sunday night win against the Seahawks to take a controlling lead in their division. One of the more impressive streaks that one could watch for is if Larry Fitzgerald can continue his games-with-a-catch streak, as he's made at least one reception in each of his past 179 games.

Game Time: 8:30 p.m.

TV: NBC

Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya

Radio: Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton. SIRIUS: 88 (WW1), 93 (Cin), 83 (Ari). XM: 88 (WW1), 226 (Cin), 83 (Ari).

Odds: Bengals +5

Jesse's Pick: Bengals

Bengals blog: Cincy Jungle

Cardinals blog: Revenge of the Birds