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Monday Night Football will determine the playoff hopes of both teams. Neither is eliminated yet, but a loss for both sides would severely hurt their chances of reaching the post season. Chicago needs to get back in the hunt, while the Cowboys are trying to hold off the resurgent Eagles.
Prior to the season this was set to be one of the league's premiere matchups, but injuries ravaged both teams making this game a paper tiger. Atlanta is poised to earn a top draft spot, and could register a win against a Packers team reeling since the loss of Aaron Rodgers.
Seattle has practically wrapped up the NFC West. Now the 49ers need a win not to prove themselves, but to hold off the surging Cardinals who have a chance to surprise.
Trying to earn a wild card is near-impossible from third in their division, but the San Diego Chargers have a chance. New York is playing for pride and also has an outside shot in the NFC East.
Two of the NFC's best defenses meet in Week 14, but the Rams have a chance to play spoiler and severely hurt Arizona's chances of making the playoffs.
It's going to be tough for teams to catch the Denver Broncos, but Tennessee is a surprisingly stout team. Playoffs are still a possibility for the injury ravaged Titans and there's plenty to play for.
The Ravens are very much in the hunt, but need a win to push Cincinnati and hold onto a tenuous wild card spot.
The once-unbeaten Chiefs have dropped three straight games. Now head coach Andy Reid leads his team into Washington for a must-win game.
E.J. Manuel meets Mike Glennon for the first time in their NFL careers. The first round quarterback has been injured this season, while Glennon tries to stake him claim on the rookie of the year award.
The 2013 season might be over for Oakland and New York, but roster evaluation and pride is on the line. Geno Smith has plenty to prove, while the Raiders are trying to determine is Matt McGloin has long-term potential.
The top spot in the NFC South hinges on a Sunday Night Football matchup. Carolina and New Orleans are both 9-3, making this the premiere matchup of Week 14.
The Cleveland Browns are left to play for pride, but a lot is at stake for the Patriots. A win would push the top of the AFC and possible route the playoffs through Foxboro, with a little luck.
Miami and Pittsburgh are both on the outside looking in. A Week 14 win is critical to both team's chances of finding a backdoor into the playoffs.
The Colts and Bengals hold solid leads in their respective divisions, but there are glaring issues both teams need to iron out before the playoffs.
Detroit and Philadelphia both find themselves at 7-5, but making the playoffs hinge on this head-to-head matchup. The Lions hold a close lead in the NFC North, while the Eagles are trying to unseat Dallas.
First-year head coach Gus Bradley has changed the culture in Jacksonville, now the Jaguars have a chance to win their third straight game on Thursday Night Football.
The 2013 NFL season enters the home stretch. Teams are fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive, and a small handful of teams are jockeying for home-field advantage in January. We've got almost a full slate of games this week, with no teams on a bye week, though there were three games played on Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
The NFL is investigating the Steelers coach after he interfered with a Jacoby Jones kick return on Thursday. It's common to hear debates of "in or out" following a controversial play, but it's rare to discuss whether a foot being inbounds was intentional. Show More Summary
The NFL and NCAA have drafted a big slate of games for your Thanksgiving football marathon. Thanksgiving 2013 • Spilly's Thanksgiving potluck • NFL's secret Thanksgiving history • Cowboys look to push lead in East • Packers fight for...Show More Summary
The 2013 season has been unkind to both sides, but evaluating their future rosters is more important than trying to win out.