Cleveland Browns (0-10) at Baltimore Ravens (5-4) | Winner, Ravens.

Houston Texans (6-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7) | Winner, Texans.

Denver Broncos (7-3) at New Orleans Saints (4-5) | Winner, Broncos.

Los Angeles Rams at New York Jets | Winner, Rams.

Atlanta Falcons (6-4) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) | Winner, Eagles.

Kansas City Chiefs (7-2) at Carolina Panthers (3-6) | Winner, Chiefs.

Chicago Bears (2-7) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) | Winner, Buccaneers.

Minnesota Vikings (5-4) at Washington Redskins (5-3-1) | Winner, Redskins.

Green Bay Packers (4-5) at Tennessee Titans (5-5) | Winner, Titans.

Miami Dolphins (5-4) at San Diego Chargers(4-6) | Winner, Dolphins.

San Francisco 49ers (1-8) at Arizona Cardinals (4-4-1) | Winner, Cardinals.

Dallas Cowboys (8-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (4-5) | Winner, Cowboys.

Seattle Seahawks (6-2-1) at New England Patriots (7-2) | Winner, Seahawks.

Cincinnati Bengals (3-5-1) at New York Giants (6-3) | Winner, Giants.

What a week in the NFL!! If you’re a Cleveland Browns fan your team is still winless, but on a lighter note, your team is in the lead to get the #1 draft pick.

The Titans destroy the Packers further letting us know that the Packers are not yesterday’s team, and the Titans are looking to prove a point.

Ryan Matthews racks up a 100+ yards rushing and a two-TD game as Philly wins at home against Atlanta.

Despite the Panthers losing to the Chiefs in a close game, the dabless Cam Newton lets the football world know that he has a team full of winners. Their spirits may be up, but as the weeks go by, there chances of making the playoffs in 2017 are not.

Tampa Bay slaughtered the Chicago Bears with ease, and Jameis Winston goes over 300+ yards passing for the second time this season. The win was impressive, but what really made the headlines was the peaceful protest from Mike Evans as he chose to take a knee during the game opening military ceremony. He did state that it wasn’t in reference to the military or any disrespect to Veterans Day, but it was his views on the new president-elect Donald Trump.

Sunday Night Football was nothing short of exciting, as the Patriots hosted the Seahawks in a Superbowl XLIX rematch. This game was all Seattle as they took Tom Brady completely out of the ball game leaving him with 0 TDs on the day. On the other hand, Russell Wilson gets the game ball as he led his team with over 300+ yards passing and 3 TDs. The game was still close like in their previous Superbowl meeting, but this time it was the Patriots at the goal line failing to score the game winning touchdown. The Seahawks look to dominate like always in the second half of the year, and what a way to start off by defeating the Patriots in New England.

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