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Week 12 discussion thread

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NFL: Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

It’s game day! Unless you’re an Eagles, Packers, Lions, Vikings, Cowboys, Redskins, Colts or Steelers fan! So that means you, loyal BGN readers. The Eagles play on Monday night against the Packers, so you have all kinds of options today:

Coverage map by 506 Sports

1pm FOX

Giants at Browns - The Browns have nothing to lose beyond their 15 straight game going back to last year. Normally that would mean they might be dangerous, but if they were dangerous they wouldn’t be looking at the possibility of an 0-16 season.

Cardinals at Falcons - The Cardinals have 11 players on IR and 15 on the injury list, the Falcons are at home, where they average 34 points a game and are coming off a bye.

49ers at Dolphins - San Francisco is on a 9 game losing streak and they haven’t been competitive in just about all of them. Only 2 games were decided by a touchdown or less, while 5 have been by at least 17 points.

Rams at Saints - The Rams have scored 10 or fewer points in 6 games. The Saints average 28.5 a game.

1pm CBS

Titans at Bears - Matt Barkley starts for the Bears. He has 65 career passing attempts with 0 TDs and 6 INTs.

Jaguars at Bills - Buffalo looks to stay alive for a wild card spot against a Jacksonville team on a 5 game losing streak.

Bengals at Ravens - The Eagles play the Bengals next week, so this might be one to keep an eye on, if you think you can endure Baltimore’s 24th ranked scoring offense and Cincinnati’s offense, which also ranks 24th but now does not have AJ Green.

Chargers at Texans - San Diego probably needs to win out to make the playoffs. Coming off the bye and facing the Texans is good start.

Late Games

Seahawks at Buccaneers 4:05, FOX - Which Tampa Bay team will show up? They’ve scored less than 20 in 4 games, and more than 30 in 4 games.

Panthers at Raiders 4:25, CBS - 2015’s MVP vs a 2016 MVP candidate.

Patriots at Jets 4:25, CBS - In 9 games against the Patriots, Ryan Fitzpatrick has thrown 17 interceptions.

Sunday Night Football

Chiefs at Broncos - This could be a Jeff Fisher dream, where the winning team scores 17 points.