All eyes are on the three unbeatens, especially the Patriots as Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the 8-0 Pats head to New York to face the one team that's had their number in recent years. Could the Titans trip up the Panthers? Or the Texans ambush the Bengals?
Peyton Manning can set two all-time records against his former team, Aaron Rodgers isn't throwing enough passes, Stefon Diggs is on a historic pace for a rookie, and more.
In a week lacking marquee matchups, the Packers traveling to Carolina to battle the unbeaten Panthers for NFC surpremacy is as good as it gets.
The Vikings are establishing themselves as one of the better teams in the NFL and no one's talking about them.
The Raiders and 49ers have suddenly switched places. That's great news for long-suffering Raiders fans and bad news for Niners fans wondering why Jim Harbaugh was forced out.
Heath Cummings digs into ownership numbers to find unique tournament plays before revealing his cash lineup.
Somebody's losing in Denver. That's for sure when the unbeaten Packers and Broncos clash Sunday night. Could the Bengals and Panthers fall as well?
Andrew Luck's numbers are mind-numbingly bad, horrible, in fact, for a player of his talent. What happened? A closer look at the tapes reveals what's ailing the Colts QB.
Dolphins have played much better the last two weeks, but the teams Miami has beaten have three combined wins. On Thursday, Miami takes on the unbeaten Patriots, who will provide the ultimate litmus test for Dan Campbell's team.
Rookies Todd Gurley and Amari Cooper are helping the Rams and Raiders chase the playoffs. What a world. That plus more takeaways in Sorting the Sunday Pile.

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