With the New York Giants getting set to battle the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football, what teams will be on for you to watch this Sunday afternoon? Here's your complete Week 14 Sunday NFL schedule, including game times, TV channels, announcers, odds, live streaming, radio and more. All games are streamed via NFL Game Pass. Check 506sports.com for games broadcast in your area.
Seattle Seahawks (7-5) at Baltimore Ravens (4-8)
The Seahawks started out slow this season, but the stellar play of Russell Wilson recently has propelled the team back into prime position to secure a Wild Card spot. Wilson has thrown for 11 touchdowns, no interceptions and a blistering 148.2 rating in his past three games. Thomas Rawls has also been a huge fill-in for Marshawn Lynch, as the undrafted rookie Rawls has rushed for 712 yards, the most by an undrafted player in his first since starts since 1970. The Ravens have struggled and have been bitten by the injury bug, but rookie running back Javorius Allen has proven to be a little bit of a spark plug, as the USC alum has racked up an average of 123 scrimmage yards in Baltimore's last three contests.
Atlanta Falcons (6-6) at Carolina Panthers (12-0)
The Falcons started out this season with a bang, and while Julio Jones has remained at the top of his game (leads the NFL with 102 catches), the rest of the team has sputtered tremendously. Now at .500, the Falcons are on the outside looking in for a spot in the playoffs. They face an undefeated Panthers team that is clicking on all cylinders after a huge road win against the New Orleans Saints last week. Quarterback Cam Newton, arguably the favorite for the league's MVP this season, has thrown for five touchdowns in two of the team's past three games.
Washington Redskins (5-7) at Chicago Bears (5-7)
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins will travel to the Windy City to take on a gritty Bears team that has fluctuated throughout the season. Cousins is one of the biggest reasons why Washington is competing for the division title, as the Michigan State alum has thrown for seven touchdowns and just one interception in his past four games. For the Bears, they'll be without ex-Giant Martellus Bennett, who was placed on injured reserve this week. Backup tight end Zach Miller, who will step in as the starter, has four touchdowns in the past five games.
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Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) at Cincinnati Bengals (10-2)
For the Steelers to have any shot of winning the AFC North, this is essentially a must-win game on the road. Last week, the Steelers offense exploded in a 45-10 Sunday Night Football victory over the Colts. As for the Bengals, their offense has been chugging along. Andy Dalton is just the second quarterback in NFL history, after Peyton Manning, to pass for 3,000 or more yards in each of first five NFL seasons. A.J. Green also made the record books, as he joined Randy Moss as the only players in NFL history to begin career with five straight seasons of 1,000 or more receiving yards.
San Francisco 49ers (4-8) at Cleveland Browns (2-10)
California quarterback Jared Goff and Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch should probably watch this game since they might be playing for these teams come May.
Indianapolis Colts (6-6) at Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8)
Colts running back Frank Gore made history last week, passing NFL Hall of Fame member Jim Brown in career rushing yards. However, the Colts were trounced by the Steelers, 45-10. Matt Hasselbeck remains the starter for Indianapolis, and has generally performed well, boasting a 4-1 record this season at the helm. The Colts will face a Jaguars squad that just has not been able to consistently play at the level of a playoff team. Blake Bortles has tossed 27 touchdowns this season, but ultimately has had mixed results. Jacksonville linebacker Telvin Smith may be the most under-the-radar playmaker in the league, as he's second in the AFC and third in the NFL in total tackles (113).
San Diego Chargers (3-9) at Kansas City Chiefs (7-5)
The Chiefs have roared back into the playoff conversation despite being without easily their best player, Jamaal Charles, for much of the season. Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware have stepped up in his absence to provide a balance in the rushing attack, and quarterback Alex Smith has been historically efficient. Smith has attempted 305 pass attempts in a row without an interception, the third-longest streak in NFL history. On the other side, the Chargers have underperformed this season, but quarterback Philip Rivers is still playing at a high level. Rivers needs just 184 passing yards to eclipse Hall of Fame member Joe Montana for the fifteenth-most passing yards in NFL history.
Tennessee Titans (3-9) at New York Jets (7-5)
Rookie Marcus Mariota has been one of the few bright spots for this Titans squad, as he leads NFL rookies in rating and touchdown passes. For the Jets, Ryan Fitzpatrick has been a revelation of sorts. The Harvard alum threw for 390 yards in an overtime win over the Giants last week, and has passed for two or more touchdowns in nine of twelve games this season.
Buffalo Bills (6-6) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-7)
The Eagles scored a huge upset victory on the road against the Patriots to keep their chances to win the NFC East alive. They'll face former Eagle LeSean McCoy and the Buffalo Bills in a game that could have serious smash-mouth intensity. Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor is currently on pace to join legend Jim Kelly as the only Bills quarterbacks to have a 100.0 or higher quarterback rating in a single season.
Detroit Lions (4-8) at St. Louis Rams (4-8)
The Lions are coming off a heartbreaking loss on a time-expired, last-second Hail Mary touchdown grab by Richard Rodgers that gave the Packers the 27-23 win. The Rams have struggled all season long, last week getting outplayed in all facets by the Cardinals in a 27-3 loss. Todd Gurley may still be the Rookie of the Year favorite, though.
New Orleans Saints (4-8) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-6)
Believe it or not, Tampa Bay is squarely in the Wild Card hunt. A win today against a porous Saints defense can only improve their chances to make a run. Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston got his first career win in Week 2 against New Orleans.
Oakland Raiders (5-7) at Denver Broncos (10-2)
Is it just me or does anyone else have the feeling that Brock Osweiler might just be the key to take the Broncos back to the Super Bowl? He's playing hot exactly when Denver needs him to in place of Peyton Manning, and despite the reputation Manning has, I don't see Osweiler being benched any time soon.
Dallas Cowboys (4-8) at Green Bay Packers (8-4)
America's Game of the Week looks like it could be a rout as the Packers' offense is being spearheaded by Aaron Rodgers, while the Cowboys offense is being led by ... Matt Cassel. Whatever the case may be, this is the matchup that Joe Buck and Troy Aikman live for each season.
New England Patriots (10-2) at Houston Texans (6-6)
Tom Brady has warm bodies at the skill positions and J.J. Watt has a broken hand but is still playing. This game seems like it'll be more a battle of attrition than an actual battle.