N.Y. Jets at New England 1:00 PM ET
After making an unflattering first impression, Zach Wilson will be looking for a better result when the New York Jets face the AFC East rival New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon in Foxborough, Mass.
Carolina at N.Y. Giants 1:00 PM ET
The Carolina Panthers have pointed out their designs on making changes after being pushed around too much in recent games.
Kansas City at Tennessee 1:00 PM ET
One consistent factor behind a surprisingly average start from Kansas City has been the impressive abilities of the quarterbacks who opposed the Chiefs.
Washington at Green Bay 1:00 PM ET
After scoring the clinching touchdown in a Week 6 win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasted little time telling the arch-rivals' fans that he owns their team.
Atlanta at Miami 1:00 PM ET
Every time Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has faced the Dolphins, Miami has had a different player at his position.
Cincinnati at Baltimore 1:00 PM ET
First place in the AFC North will be on the line when the Baltimore Ravens host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Detroit at L.A. Rams 4:05 PM ET
It's the Jared Goff revenge game on Sunday as the Detroit Lions travel out West to take on the Los Angeles Rams.
Philadelphia at Las Vegas 4:05 PM ET
The Las Vegas Raiders are off to a good start in the post-Jon Gruden era.
Houston at Arizona 4:25 PM ET
As the lone remaining unbeaten team in the NFL, the Arizona Cardinals displayed no signs of slippage last Sunday in Cleveland despite playing without head coach Kliff Kingsbury, who was sidelined by COVID-19.
Chicago at Tampa Bay 4:25 PM ET
Tom Brady could reach yet another career milestone when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon.
Indianapolis at San Francisco 8:20 PM ET
Carson Wentz is proving to be a difference-maker for the Indianapolis Colts just as coach Frank Reich forecasted.