The Steelers came up flat in Week 10 against the desperate New York Jets, but they are an explosive team capable of lighting up the scoreboard any time they take the field.
This should be one of the more entertaining matchups of the season, as Tom Brady goes into Indianapolis and will try to keep the Patriots on a roll.
The Eagles head towards the most important part of the season with Mark Sanchez at quarterback.
The big difference between the Lions this year and in previous years is that they are avoiding the mistakes that allowed them to turn victory into defeat.
It’s getting more and more difficult for the Raiders to hold their heads up.
The 49ers may have rescued their season when Colin Kaepernick led a late drive that led to a game-tying field goal by Phil Dawson.
On paper this looks like a game the Broncos should dominate because the Rams have a losing record and don’t have the kind of offensive weapons that compare with the Broncos.
The Bucs went back to Josh McCown at quarterback in Week 10 against the Falcons and he threw for 301 yards, but Tampa Bay still came out with a loss against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Bengals are hoping that Andy Dalton has forgotten about the disastrous performance he had against the Browns in Week 10 and can put on a respectable show against the vulnerable defense.
It’s hard to see the Falcons finishing the season in a respectable manner, and that could mean that head coach Mike Smith will be on the firing line come Black Monday.
The Seahawks are going to get tested severely as they go into one of the toughest environments for any road team.
The Texans are hoping Ryan Mallett is the answer at the quarterback position.
The Vikings don’t look very impressive from an offensive point of view at this point in the season, but there is some progress being made with rookie Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback.
The insertion of Kyle Orton into the starting lineup has not made the Bills a powerful offensive team, but it has provided some degree of steadiness.
In one of their tougher tests of the season, the Chargers scratched and clawed their way to a 31-28 victory over the Raiders in Oakland last month. Since that win, however, the Bolts have gone 0-3, including a 37-0 blowout loss in Miami a week ago this past Sunday.