With just a month left of the 2016 NFL season, every win counts and a loss could sink a team’s playoffs hopes! Week 14 will see a massive match between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants. Plus, the battle of Ohio as Cleveland faces Cincinnati. Click to see all that’s going down!
The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to clinch a playoff berth, thanks to the terrific twosome that is Dak Prescott, 23, and Ezekiel Elliot, 21. The Cowboys put their 11-game winning at risk when they head to MetLife Stadium to meet their bitter rivals, the New York Giants.
Despite being at a great 8-4 record, the Big Blue Wrecking Crew’s chances to make it to the Post-season are slim. With Dallas on their way to clinch the NFC East division, Eli Manning, 35, Odell Beckham Jr., 24, and the rest of the Giants have to hold on and hope they make the wild-card spot.
Before the Giants and Cowboys renew their rivalry, the Oakland Raiders will have a chance to avenge one of their two losses this season. Only the Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons have been able to defeat Derek Carr, 25, and the Raiders. They’ll get a chance at revenge when they meet Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Will Eric Berry, 27, pull out the game-winning catch like he did when the Chiefs beat the Falcons? More importantly — will the Cleveland Browns finally win a game when they face the Cincinnati Bengals?
Check out all the games (courtesy of CBS Sports):
Thursday, Dec. 08
Oakland Raiders Vs. Kansas City Chiefs: 8:25 PM ET on NBC
Sunday, Dec. 11
Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Buffalo Bills: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Houston Texans Vs. Indianapolis Colts: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Washington Redskins Vs. Philadelphia Eagles: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Denver Broncos Vs. Tennessee Titans: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Arizona Cardinals Vs. Miami Dolphins: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Minnesota Vikings Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
San Diego Chargers Vs. Carolina Panthers: 1:00 PM ET on FOX
Cincinnati Bengals Vs. Cleveland Browns: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
Chicago Bears Vs. Detroit Lions: 1:00 PM ET on CBS
New York Jets Vs. San Francisco 49ers: 4:05 PM ET on CBS
Seattle Seahawks Vs. Green Bay Packers: 4:25 PM ET on FOX
New Orleans Saints Vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 4:25 PM ET on FOX
Atlanta Falcons Vs. Los Angles Rams: 4:25 PM ET on FOX
Dallas Cowboys Vs. New York Giants: 8:30 PM ET on NBC
Monday, Dec. 12
Baltimore Ravens Vs. New England Patriots: 8:30 PM ET on ESPN
Tom Brady, 39, will look to add to his record-breaking number of wins. He goes for victory #202 when the New England Patriots meet the Baltimore Ravens. The defending Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos, will try to keep their playoff hopes alive when they take on the Tennessee Titans. Could they be shut out while a team with a worse record (hello 6-6 Houston Texans!) makes the post season? Yikes!
What game are you going to watch, HollywoodLifers?