The Denver Broncos look to keep the Miami Dolphins among the winless teams this season while at the same time picking up their second victory of the season. In other AFC West action, the Chargers visit the New York Jets, and the Raiders and the Chiefs square off in a division contest.
Also to be found on the schedule, the Green Bay Packers look to stay undefeated and become the only 7-0 team in the league. The Lions, previously undefeated, look to get back on track with a win over the Falcons. Detroit faces the Broncos in Denver on Oct. 29.
Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns (-3) - The Seahawks are coming off a bye week, but they have had two weeks to get ready for things with Charlie Whitehurst under center. The Browns, meanwhile, want to restart things after losing to the Raiders a week earlier. SEAHAWKS
Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions (-3.5) -The Lions are undefeated no longer, but they're still a really good team. Jahvid Best likely won't play for the Lions with his second concussion of the season, but as long as Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson can keep finding the end zone a victory should come. LIONS
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans (-3) -The Texans looked like they had a clear path to the playoffs with the Colts down this season, but they are on a two-game losing streak and face the Titans for a chance to take back the lead in the division. TEXANS
Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins (-1) -Tim Tebow makes his return to Florida and will be honored by the Dolphins at halftime along with his Florida Gators teammates from the 2009 national championship team. The Dolphins are 0-5 going on 0-6. BRONCOS
San Diego Chargers at New York Jets (+1) - Philip Rivers should have Vincent Jackson and Antonio Gates on the field this Sunday. Darrelle Revis can't cover both of them and Malcom Floyd all game long. CHARGERS
Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1) - Tampa is just the home team in name only since this game will be played in London. The momentum from a victory over the Saints could carry over the Atlantic. BUCS
Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers (-1.5) -Can John Beck prove more effective than Rex Grossman did last week for the Redskins? Or will Cam Newton finally start turning those great rookie performances into wins? REDSKINS
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders (-3.5) - Will Carson Palmer need time to readjust to the NFL or will he be able to come out throwing against the Chiefs? The Raiders will be the real test for the Chiefs after two wins over the Colts and the Vikings. RAIDERS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Arizona Cardinals (+3.5) - At 1-4, the Cardinals' season is slipping away while the San Francisco 49ers (5-1) stand atop the NFC West. Kevin Kolb needs to show up for Arizona, but that might not be enough against Pittsburgh. STEELERS
St. Louis Rams at Dallas Cowboys (-13) - The Rams are still winless and they might even be without quarterback Sam Bradford, who is likely a game-time decision to play. COWBOYS
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings (+9) - Christian Ponder might already be a better quarterback than Donovan McNabb, but that doesn't mean he and the Vikings can defeat Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. PACKERS
Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints (-14) - And the Colts continue rolling through the losses. NBC may want to rethink how it schedules Sunday night games with the NFL. SAINTS
Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars (+9) -Unless Blaine Gabbert shows that he's not a rookie quarterback against the Ravens, Jacksonville is in for a long game. RAVENS
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