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NFL Week 13 Preview has Browns travel to LA Chargers still seeking first win, Bengals hosting Steelers on Monday night

PLAYOFF RACES HEAT UP AS NFL SEASON ENTERS DECEMBER

As the calendar turns to December, the NFL playoff picture is starting to take shape. With five weeks remaining in the regular season, there are currently 25 teams either in or within two games of a playoff spot.

Over the past five seasons, the Seattle Seahawks (19-5, .792) own the best record in the final month, which also includes regular-season games played in January. The Pittsburgh Steelers (18-5, .783) have the best mark in the AFC.

TEAM WINS LOSSES PCT.
Seattle Seahawks 19 5 .792
Green Bay Packers 18 5 .783
Pittsburgh Steelers 18 5 .783
Carolina Panthers 18 6 .750
New England Patriots 18 6 .750

 

“The games in December are the most important regular-season games by far,” says NFL Network analyst and former NFL head coach STEVE MARIUCCI. “It’s extremely important to win in December and to make a run at the playoffs.”

As the NFL season enters the final month, four teams are racing towards the finish line with winning streaks of at least six games – Philadelphia (nine), Minnesota (seven), New England (seven) and Pittsburgh (six).

The Eagles, who own the NFL’s best record, are 10-1 for the fourth time (1949, 1980 and 2004) in franchise history. In the Super Bowl era, 38 teams have previously started 10-1 and all 38 made the playoffs, 17 reached the Super Bowl (44.7 percent) and eight won the Super Bowl (21.1 percent). Philadelphia can clinch the NFC East division title this week with either a Dallas loss on Thursday night or an Eagles win on Sunday night against Seattle.

Week 13 begins on Thursday night when Dallas hosts Washington (8:25 PM ET, NBC/NFLN/Amazon Prime) in a key NFC East showdown. Both teams are 5-6 and fighting to stay in the mix for a playoff berth. The week concludes with a pair of primetime contests with playoff implications. On Sunday night (8:30 PM ET, NBC), the Seahawks (7-4) will host the Eagles (10-1) in a game featuring two of the NFC’s top teams. On Monday night (8:30 PM ET, ESPN), the Steelers (9-2) will visit Cincinnati (5-6) in an important AFC North matchup. Some of the key contests in Week 13:

MINNESOTA VIKINGS (9-2) at ATLANTA FALCONS (7-4) (Sunday, FOX, 1:00 PM ET)

 

  • The Vikings have won seven consecutive games, including last week’s 30-23 victory at Detroit on Thanksgiving. Minnesota has the NFC’s second-best record at 9-2 and leads the NFC North by three games.
  • Vikings quarterback CASE KEENUM posted a 114 passer rating in November, the third-highest mark in the league during the month. Keenum has recorded a 100+ passer rating in each of his past three games. Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN has 70 catches for 1,005 yards this season and joined RANDY MOSS (2003) as the only Vikings to have at least 70 receptions and 1,000 receiving yards in the team’s first 11 games of a season.
  • Atlanta has won three consecutive games – including last week’s 34-20 victory over Tampa Bay – and is averaging 31.7 points per game during that span.
  • Falcons wide receiver JULIO JONES had 12 catches for 253 yards and two touchdowns in the win over Tampa Bay. Jones has three career games with at least 250 receiving yards and is the only player in NFL history to have multiple 250+ yard receiving games. Jones caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from wide receiver MOHAMED SANU against the Buccaneers. Sanu, who also threw a 73-yard touchdown pass with Cincinnati in 2012, is the first wide receiver since the 1970 merger to throw multiple career 50+ yard touchdown passes. He is also the first non-quarterback to throw two career 50+ yard touchdown passes since Pro Football Hall of Fame running back WALTER PAYTON (1979, 1983).

LOS ANGELES RAMS (8-3) at ARIZONA CARDINALS (5-6) (Sunday, FOX, 4:25 PM ET)

 

  • The Rams have won five of their past six games, including last week’s 26-20 victory over New Orleans, and lead the NFC West with an 8-3 record. Los Angeles is averaging 29.9 points per game, the second-best mark in the NFL.
  • Rams running back TODD GURLEY leads the NFL with 11 touchdowns and ranks second with 1,344 scrimmage yards. He is the fourth player in franchise history to have at least 1,300 scrimmage yards and 10 touchdowns in the team’s first 11 games of a season, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers ELROY “CRAZYLEGS” HIRSCH (1951), ERIC DICKERSON (1983) and MARSHALL FAULK (2000) as the only Rams to accomplish the feat.
  • ​Arizona remains in the hunt for a playoff berth after last week’s 27-24 win over Jacksonville. Cardinals kicker PHIL DAWSON made a 57-yard field goal with one second remaining to give Arizona the victory. It marked the longest fourth-quarter game-winning field goal in NFL history by a 40-year old kicker (42 years old).
  • Cardinals linebacker CHANDLER JONES recorded two sacks against Jacksonville and ties for the NFL lead (EVERSON GRIFFEN) with 12 sacks this season. Since the start of the 2015 season, Jones leads the league with 35.5 sacks and is the only player in the NFL to have at least 10 sacks in each of the past three seasons.

CAROLINA PANTHERS (8-3) at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (8-3) (Sunday, FOX, 4:25 PM ET)

 

  • First place in the NFC South is on the line as both teams enter Week 13 tied with 8-3 records. The Saints defeated the Panthers 34-13 in the Week 3 meeting between the clubs. New Orleans has the No. 2 ranked offense in the NFL (409.4 yards per game) while Carolina boasts the league’s No. 2 ranked defense (288.3 yards allowed per game).
  • The Panthers, who have won four in a row, defeated the New York Jets last week 35-27 as linebacker LUKE KUECHLY (34-yard fumble return) and punt returner KAELIN CLAY (60-yard punt return) scored touchdowns in the fourth quarter. It marked the second time in franchise history – and first since the club’s inaugural 1995 season (October 8, 1995 against Chicago) – in which the Panthers scored two return touchdowns in the fourth quarter of a game.
  • In November, only two players have gained at least 400 scrimmage yards and scored four touchdowns – and both are Saints. Rookie running back ALVIN KAMARA had 594 scrimmage yards and six touchdowns – both NFL highs – during the month while running back MARK INGRAM added 401 scrimmage yards and four touchdowns.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (10-1) at SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (7-4) (Sunday, NBC, 8:30 PM ET)

 

  • The Eagles have won nine consecutive games and improved to 10-1 with a 31-3 win over Chicago last week. Philadelphia can clinch the NFC East this week with either a Dallas loss on Thursday night or a win on Sunday night at Seattle.
  • Philadelphia quarterback CARSON WENTZ threw three touchdown passes against the Bears and leads the NFL with 28 touchdown passes. Wentz’s 28 touchdown passes are the most by an Eagles quarterback through the team’s first 11 games of a season. He has only thrown five interceptions this season and is the third quarterback in NFL history – joining TOM BRADY (2007, 2015, 2017) and AARON RODGERS (2011, 2014) – to have at least 25 touchdown passes and five or fewer interceptions through his team’s first 11 games.
  • The Seahawks enter Week 13 with a 7-4 record, one game behind the Los Angeles Rams (8-3) for first place in the NFC West. Seattle has won six of its past eight games, including last week’s 24-13 win at San Francisco.
  • Since 2012, quarterback RUSSELL WILSON’s first season, the Seahawks are an NFL-best 19-5 (.792) in regular-season games played in December/January. In those games, Wilson has completed 450 of 698 passes (64.5 percent) for 5,726 yards with 47 touchdowns and 15 interceptions for a 103.5 passer rating, the highest mark among active quarterbacks over that span.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (9-2) at CINCINNATI BENGALS (5-6) (Monday, ESPN, 8:30 PM ET)

 

  • The Steelers have won six consecutive games and are tied with New England for the best record in the AFC (9-2). Last week, Pittsburgh defeated Green Bay 31-28 on Sunday night as wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN had 10 catches for 169 yards with two touchdowns and running back LE’VEON BELL had 183 scrimmage yards (95 rushing, 88 receiving).
  • This season, Bell leads the league in both rushing yards (981) and scrimmage yards (1,377) while Brown ranks first in both receptions (80) and receiving yards (1,195). The Steelers are aiming to join the 1991 Dallas Cowboys (Pro Football Hall of Famers EMMITT SMITH and MICHAEL IRVIN) and 1999 Indianapolis Colts (EDGERRIN JAMES and Pro Football Hall of Famer MARVIN HARRISON) as the only teams in the Super Bowl era to have the league’s leading rusher and receiver.
  • The Bengals have won two games in a row and are seeking to even their record at 6-6. In Week 12, Cincinnati defeated Cleveland 30-16 behind a pair of ANDY DALTON touchdown passes.
  • Bengals rookie running back JOE MIXON rushed for 114 yards and a touchdown against the Browns, his first career 100-yard rushing game. He added three catches for 51 yards to finish with a career-high 165 scrimmage yards. Mixon, who has 484 rushing yards and 258 receiving yards, is one of three rookies this season (KAREEM HUNT and ALVIN KAMARA) to amass at least 400 rushing yards and 200 receiving yards.

​NFL WEEK 13 SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, DECEMBER 3-4

(All times local)

 

​​Thursday, November 30 Sunday, December 3 (cont’d)
Washington at Dallas, 7:25 PM (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) Kansas City at New York Jets, 1:00 PM
 

Sunday, December 3

Minnesota at Atlanta, 1:00 PM

Houston at Tennessee, 12:00 PM 

Cleveland at Los Angeles Chargers, 1:05 PM

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona, 2:25 PM

Detroit at Baltimore, 1:00 PM 

New England at Buffalo, 1:00 PM

Carolina at New Orleans, 3:25 PM 

New York Giants at Oakland, 1:25

San Francisco at Chicago, 12:00 PM Philadelphia at Seattle, 5:30 PM (NBC)
Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 12:00 PM
Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1:00 PM Monday, December 4
Denver at Miami, 1:00 PM Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 8:30 PM (ESPN)

 

GAME PREVIEWS WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Playoff scenarios for Week 13

(courtesy Free-Extras.com)

 

NFC

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (10-1) (at Seattle (7-4), Sunday night)

Philadelphia clinches NFC East division title with:

  1. PHI win or tie OR
  2. DAL loss or tie (on Thursday)​

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Reviewing Week 12 in the NFL

(courtesy Free-Extras.com)

 

​THE WEEK THAT WAS – WEEK 12

ELECTRIC EAGLE: Philadelphia quarterback CARSON WENTZ threw three touchdown passes in the Eagles’ 31-3 win against Chicago last week.

Wentz, who leads the NFL with 28 touchdown passes, has the third-most touchdown passes by a first or second-year quarterback through his team’s first 11 games of a season in NFL history.

The first or second-year quarterbacks with the most touchdown passes through his team’s first 11 games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON PASSING TDS IN TEAM’S 1ST 11 GAMES
Dan Marino^ Miami 1984 30
Kurt Warner^ St. Louis 1999 29
Carson Wentz Philadelphia 2017 28
Derek Carr Oakland 2015 24
Jeff Garcia San Francisco 2000 24
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Philadelphia owns the best record in the NFL at 10-1 and Wentz is the fourth first or second-year quarterback to start 10-1 or better through his team’s first 11 games of a season in the Super Bowl era.

The first or second-year quarterbacks to start 10-1 or better in his team’s first 11 games of a season in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON RECORD THROUGH TEAM’S FIRST 11 GAMES
Dan Marino^ Miami 1984 11-0
Carson Wentz Philadelphia 2017 10-1
Dak Prescott Dallas 2016 10-1
Russell Wilson Seattle 2013 10-1
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

FLYING FALCON: Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES had 12 receptions for 253 yards and two touchdowns in the Falcons’ 34-20 win over Tampa Bay in Week 12.

Jones has three career games with at least 250 receiving yards and is the only player in NFL history to have multiple 250+ yard receiving games.

Jones has 563 receptions in 90 career games and passed ANQUAN BOLDIN (558) for the most catches by a player in his first 90 games in NFL history.

The players with the most receptions in their first 90 games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM RECEPTIONS IN 1ST 90 CAREER GAMES
Julio Jones Atlanta 563
Anquan Boldin Arizona 558
Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 554

Jones has 8,649 receiving yards and passed Pro Football Hall of Famer LANCE ALWORTH (8,502) for the most receiving yards by a player in his first 90 games in NFL history.

The players with the most receiving yards in their first 90 games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM RECEIVING YARDS IN 1ST 90 CAREER GAMES
Julio Jones Atlanta 8,649
Lance Alworth^ San Diego 8,502
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

TOM TERRIFIC: New England quarterback TOM BRADY threw four touchdown passes and one interception for a 114.1 passer rating in the Patriots’ 35-17 win against Miami last week.

Brady has 27 career games with at least four touchdown passes and one or fewer interceptions, surpassing PEYTON MANNING (26) for the second-most in NFL history. Only DREW BREES (28) has more such games.

The players with the most games with at least four touchdown passes and one or fewer interceptions in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES WITH AT LEAST 4 TD PASSES & 1 OR FEWER INTS
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 28*
Tom Brady New England 27*
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 26
*Active

– NFL –

DYNAMIC DUO: New Orleans running backs ALVIN KAMARA (188 scrimmage yards, two touchdowns) and MARK INGRAM (36 scrimmage yards) combined for 224 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns in the Saints’ loss to the Los Angeles Rams last week.

Kamara (1,094 scrimmage yards, nine touchdowns) and Ingram (1,055 scrimmage yards, eight touchdowns) are the seventh pair of teammates – and first running back duo – to each have at least 1,000 scrimmage yards and eight touchdowns in a team’s first 11 games in the Super Bowl era.

The teammates with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards and eight touchdowns in their team’s first 11 games of a season:

TEAM SEASON PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YDS TDS PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YDS TDS
New Orleans 2017 Alvin Kamara 1,094 9 Mark Ingram 1,055 8
Green Bay 2014 Jordy Nelson 1,066 9 Eddie Lacy 1,007 9
Indianapolis 2000 Edgerrin James 1,586 14 Marvin Harrison^ 1,066 8
St. Louis 2000 Marshall Faulk^ 1,447 15 Isaac Bruce 1,185 9
Indianapolis 1999 Edgerrin James 1,547 9 Marvin Harrison^ 1,118 12
Dallas 1995 Emmitt Smith^ 1,643 20 Michael Irvin^ 1,169 8
Dallas 1966 Dan Reeves 1,088 14 Bob Hayes^ 1,002 10
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

In the month of November, Kamara became the third rookie in NFL history to total at least 500 scrimmage yards, three rushing touchdowns and three receiving touchdowns in a calendar month, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers GALE SAYERS (October, 1965) and CHARLEY TAYLOR (November, 1964).

The rookies with at least 500 scrimmage yards, three rushing touchdowns and three receiving touchdowns in a calendar month:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON MONTH SCRIMMAGE YDS RUSH TDS REC. TDS  
Alvin Kamara New Orleans 2017 November 594 3 3  
Gale Sayers^ Chicago 1965 October 520 3 5  
Charley Taylor^ Washington 1964 November 596 3 3  
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

BIG GAME BROWN: Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN had 10 receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns in the Steelers’ 31-28 win against Green Bay on Sunday Night Football last week.

Through 11 games this year, Brown has five games with at least 10 receptions and 100 yards, tied for the fourth-most such games in a single season in NFL history. Brown, who also had five such games in 2015, is the first player to accomplish the feat in multiple seasons.

The players with the most games with at least 10 receptions and 100 yards in a single season in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON GAMES WITH 10 CATCHES & 100 REC. YARDS
Andre Johnson Houston 2008 7
Calvin Johnson Detroit 2012 6
Wes Welker New England 2009 6
Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 2017 5*
Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 2015 5
Marvin Harrison^ Indianapolis 2002 5
Jimmy Smith Jacksonville 1999 5
*Through 11 games
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

WONDERFUL WILSON: Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a touchdown in the Seahawks’ 24-13 win at San Francisco last week.

With the victory, Wilson improved to 23-4 (.852) in his career in games following an in-season loss, the best record by a starting quarterback since the 1970 merger (minimum 15 such starts).

The quarterbacks with the best record following an in-season loss since 1970 (minimum 15 such starts):

PLAYER TEAM(S) WINS LOSSES TIES PCT.  
Russell Wilson Seattle 23 4 0 .852  
Andrew Luck Indianapolis 23 5 0 .821  
Tom Brady New England 42 10 0 .808  
Jeff Hostetler NY Giants, LA/Oakland Raiders, Washington 24 8 0 .750  
Joe Montana^ San Francisco, Kansas City 36 12 0 .750  
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Wilson ties for third in the NFL with 3,029 passing yards and became the fourth quarterback in NFL history to pass for at least 3,000 yards in each of his first six seasons.

The quarterbacks with at least 3,000 passing yards in each of their first six seasons in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS
Russell Wilson Seattle 2012-17
Andy Dalton Cincinnati 2011-16
Cam Newton Carolina 2011-16
Peyton Manning Indianapolis 1998-2003

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Network to feature Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Friday’s edition of ‘A Football Life’

Jerry Jones 2015 By Keith Allison, Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Premieres Friday, December 1 at 9:00 PM ET​

“He’s been as big a reason for the growth of the NFL as anybody in the last 25 years that I could possibly think of.” – Tony Romo

NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Friday, December 1 at 9:00 PM ET with a profile of Pro Football Hall of Fame owner of the Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Jones, family members, Pro Football Hall of Famers Michael IrvinDeion SandersTroy AikmanEmmitt Smith and Charles Haley, former Cowboys head coaches Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer, former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and more.

When Jerry Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys in 1989, he fulfilled his personal dream of owning a professional football team. In the 28 years since, Jones has built on that dream, transforming the Cowboys into the most valuable sports franchise in the world. Jerry Jones: A Football Life examines Jones’ life and the profound impact the Hall of Fame owner has had on the National Football League.

Among the topics discussed in Jerry Jones: A Football Life are:

  • His induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017
  • Defeating the No. 1-ranked University of Texas football team in 1964 while playing at the University of Arkansas and the impact it had on his life
  • Passing on the opportunity to buy the San Diego Chargers before the merger between the NFL and AFL
  • Buying the Dallas Cowboys in 1989 and making the controversial move to fire legendary head coach Tom Landry
  • His relationship with former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson
  • Making the bold moves to trade for Charles Haley and sign Deion Sanders in free agency

Emmy-nominated actor Josh Charles narrates.

Jerry Jones: A Football Life includes interviews with the following people and more:

Jerry Jones

Gene Jones – Wife

Stephen Jones – Son

Jerry Jones, Jr. – Son

Charlotte Jones Anderson – Daughter

Jimmy Johnson – Former Dallas Cowboys head coach & college teammate

Barry Switzer – Former Dallas Cowboys head coach & Arkansas assistant coach

Troy Aikman – Hall of Fame quarterback

Emmitt Smith – Hall of Fame running back

Deion Sanders – Hall of Fame cornerback

Michael Irvin – Hall of Fame wide receiver

Charles Haley – Hall of Fame defensive end

Tony Romo – Former Cowboys quarterback

Randy Galloway – Dallas reporter

Ed Werder – Dallas reporter

Rick Gosselin – Dallas reporter

Provided below are some select quotes from Jerry Jones: A Football Life:

“I not only gravitate toward it but I can function better if I don’t know if the next card that comes up like the riverboat gambler is going to get me thrown off the boat or I’m going to own the boat.” – Jerry Jones

“We changed our lives. I certainly know mine changed…That has impacted my life ever since because I knew that I could actually be a part of something special like that. It gave me confidence in my early business career and it certainly gave me confidence to think that we could get the job done when I bought the Dallas Cowboys.” – Jerry Jones on defeating the No. 1-ranked University of Texas football team while playing for the University of Arkansas

“He’s been as big a reason for the growth of the NFL as anybody in the last 25 years that I could possibly think of.” – Tony Romo

“There is not anyone that he cannot connect with. That’s what makes Jerry Jones so special.” – Michael Irvin

“Jerry was not the person who offered me the most money in my free agency. It was the Oakland Raiders. If it wasn’t for Jerry Jones, I would have never wanted to be a Cowboy.” – Deion Sanders

“For 28 years in the NFL, I’ve had more fun than any human should ever have.” – Jerry Jones

“From that point forward, everything changed. All of a sudden you had security, you had success, you had respect and people just believed that you could do it. And they all wanted to be a part of it. It was never the same.” – Charlotte Jones Anderson on winning Super Bowl XXVII

This year, the 13-episode season of the highly-acclaimed series A Football Life airs Friday at 9:00 PM ET. Below is a broadcast schedule for the remaining episodes of A Football Life:

  • December 8 – Aeneas Williams
  • December 15 – John Randle
  • December 22 – Lynn Swann & John Stallworth

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NFL announces TV schedule changes for Week 14

(megasportsnews.com photo)

 

The following are scheduling changes for Week 14 (Sunday, December 10), the NFL announced today.

 

Week 14 (Sunday, December 10) Changes:

 

The Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants game will move from 4:25 PM ET to 1:00 PM ET on FOX.

 

The Seattle Seahawks at Jacksonville Jaguars game will move from 1:00 PM ET to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.

 

The following is the final schedule for Week 14:

 

WEEK 14
Thursday, December 7, 2017
GAME LOCAL ET TV  
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, December 10, 2017
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Green Bay Packers at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Arizona Cardinals 2:05p (MST) 4:05p CBS
New York Jets at Denver Broncos 2:05p (MT) 4:05p CBS
Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Jacksonville Jaguars 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC

Monday, December 11, 2017

New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

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