49ERS (2-3) AT GIANTS (4-2)
Did you know Eli Manning-to-Plexico Burress have combined for as many touchdowns as Peyton Manning-to-Marvin Harrison (25) since 2005?
VIKINGS (2-3) AT COWBOYS (5-1)
The Cowboys (NFC-high 203 points) will score easily against the Vikings (31 points to the Bears. But can they stop Texas-born Vikings' super-rookie RB Adrian Peterson?
STEELERS (4-1) AT BRONCOS (2-3)
Let's see, the Steelers are one of only two teams to win four games by 21 or more points. The Broncos have allowed 79 points in the past two games.
CARDINALS (3-3) AT REDSKINS (3-2)
Once involved in a quarterback quandary, the Cardinals are down to Tim Rattay. Against the Redskins, that's like playing Oakmont without your sand wedge.
BUCCANEERS (4-2) AT LIONS (3-2)
The Bucs have won the past four and six of past seven against the Lions. They will need some of that stingy defense in Detroit.
TITANS (3-2) AT TEXANS (3-3)
The Titans finally lost a road game after five consecutive wins. They might lose another after losing quarterback Vince Young.
RAVENS (4-2) AT BILLS (1-4)
With a bye week approaching, Ravens QB Steve McNair gets another game off. He will return in time for the Nov. 5 showdown in Pittsburgh with the Steelers.
CHIEFS (3-3) AT RAIDERS (2-3)
The Chiefs have won three of their past four overall and two in a row on the road against the AFC West. Holy cow, Priest Holmes might return.
JETS (1-5) AT BENGALS (1-4)
At least Marvin Lewis is propped on crutches. The Bengals need something to keep them standing after losing four in a row.
FALCONS (1-5) AT SAINTS (1-4)
New Orleans finally won a game that counted for the first time since the '06 playoffs. The Saints might even make it two in a row against the Falcons.
PATRIOTS (6-0) AT DOLPHINS (0-6)
The Patriots have scored 34 or more points in every game this season. The Dolphins are one of two winless teams and just gave up 41 to the Browns.
RAMS (0-6) AT SEAHAWKS (3-3)
QB Marc Bulger is scheduled to return for the Rams. They will need something to end their four-game losing streak.
BEARS (2-4) AT EAGLES (2-3)
It wasn't that long ago they were the dominant teams in the NFC. Now it's like watching Carol Burnett and Harvey Korman.
Prediction: Bears, 17-16