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Sunday NFL viewing guide for Giants fans

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Jacksonville Jaguars v Carolina Panthers
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Your New York Giants aren’t playing on Sunday. You still, though, have a need for a football fix. Here is your viewing guide to Sunday’s NFL games.

Use this as your open thread to discuss games throughout the day.

9:30 a.m.

Carolina Panthers (3-2) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2): Yep, if you’re looking for a morning football fix there is a London game to keep you entertained. Best reason to watch: You get to see if Carolina quarterback Kyle Allen is the real deal. Oh, and it’s football. On a Sunday morning. [NFL Network]

1 p.m.

  • Check 506 Sports for the regional game being shown where you live.

Seattle Seahawks (4-1) at Cleveland Browns (2-3): Hey, you get to watch Odell Beckham Jr. [FOX]
Houston Texans (3-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (4-1): Patrick Mahomes and DeShaun Watson? Cool. [CBS]
Washington Redskins (0-5) at Miami Dolphins (0-4): Watching this game is nothing short of punishment. Imagine if it ends in a tie. [FOX]
Philadelphia Eagles (3-2) at Minnesota Vikings (3-2): My guess is you really don’t want to watch the Eagles. [FOX]
New Orleans Saints (4-1) at Jacksonville Jaguars (2-3): Teddy Bridgewater and Minshew Mania. Sign me up. [CBS]
Cincinnati Bengals (0-5) at Baltimore Ravens (3-2): Well, it beats yard work. Right? [CBS]

4 p.m.

San Francisco 49ers (4-0) at Los Angeles Rams (3-2): Bummer that this is a regional game? [FOX, 4:05]
Atlanta Falcons (1-4) at Arizona Cardinals (1-3-1): Unless you really feel a need to scout Kyler Murray before next week, why would you? [FOX, 4:05]
Tennessee Titans (2-3) at Denver Broncos (1-4): Well, it’s football. [CBS, 4:25]
Dallas Cowboys (3-2) at New York Jets (0-4): The game most of the nation will see. What’s the over/under on how many times “spleen” will be said during the broadcast? [CBS, 4:25]

8:20 p.m.

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-4) at Los Angeles Chargers (2-3): I’m sure putting this game in prime time looked like a good idea when the schedule was made. [NBC]