PATRIOTS (8-0) AT COLTS (7-0)
2: 15 p.m.
They're calling it Super Bowl XLI 1/2 because there has never been a meeting of two teams with records of 7-0 or better. It's on to the real Super Bowl for New England.
BRONCOS (3-3) AT LIONS (5-2)
Early vote: Rod Marinelli, NFC coach of the year. The Lions haven't started 6-2 since 1999, which was also their last playoff appearance.
PACKERS (6-1) AT CHIEFS (4-3)
The Packers haven't played in Arrowhead Stadium since 1996. And Brett Favre is still making big plays. Just ask the Broncos.
JAGUARS (5-2) AT SAINTS (3-4)
The Saints are marching again, scoring 81 points during a 3-game win streak after scoring 51 points in their first four games. But who dey beat?
COWBOYS (6-1) AT EAGLES (3-4)
Tough to understand a team that pays $67 million to a quarterback (Tony Romo) with 17 starts, fumbled away a playoff victory and committed 6 turnovers against the Bills.
REDSKINS (4-3) AT JETS (1-7)
The Jets' Eric Mangenius is giving up on Chad Pennington and switching to Kellen Clemens at QB. Will the Belichick disciple run up the score on the Skins? Hardly.
CHARGERS (4-3) AT VIKINGS (2-5)
Don't look now, but the Chargers have won three in a row by averaging 34.6 points. Even Adrian Peterson can't account for that many points.
CARDINALS (3-4) AT BUCCANEERS (4-4)
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt had an extra week to get injured QB Kurt Warner some rest. The Buccaneers look like they need a rest after losing three of the past four.
SEAHAWKS (4-3) AT BROWNS (4-3)
The Browns haven't won three in row since Week 4 of the 2001 season. Can it be an honest-to-goodness showdown with the Steelers next week at Heinz Field?
49ERS (2-5) AT FALCONS (1-6)
It was nice while it lasted for the 49ers, who have lost five in a row since a 2-0 start. The Falcons haven't had a lot of nice moments, period.
BENGALS (4-3) AT BILLS (3-4)
The Bills will be going back to J.P. Losman at quarterback, even though they have won two in a row. After losing five of their past six, the Bengals need to go back to 2005.
PANTHERS (4-3) AT TITANS (5-2)
All the Titans keep doing is winning, which, in the AFC South, is a difficult thing to do. And they have a new 100-yard threat, LenDale White.
TEXANS (3-5) AT RAIDERS (2-5)
The Raiders are a scrappy bunch, losing three of their five games by a combined seven points. And they are 2-1 at that junkyard they call home.
Prediction: Raiders, 20-17