A blockbuster Monday Night Football game between the team with the best record, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the team that beat them in last year's Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs, is the highlight of the action in Week 11 of the NFL season.
Elsewhere, the Thursday Night Football game sees the Baltimore Ravens host the Cincinnati Bengals with both teams looking to bounce back from defeats last time out while there is the usual slate of intriguing Sunday games.
|Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens||Thursday, November 16th||M&T Bank Stadium||8.15pm||Amazon Prime||Ravens -4.0|
|Arizona Cardinals @ Houston Texans||Sunday, November 19th||NRG Stadium||1pm||CBS||Texans -5.0|
|Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions||Sunday, November 19th||Ford Field||1pm||Fox||Lions -9.0|
|Dallas Cowboys @ Carolina Panthers||Sunday, November 19th||Bank of America Stadium||1pm||Fox||Cowboys -10.5|
|Los Angeles Chargers @ Green Bay Packers||Sunday, November 19th||Lambeau Field||1pm||Fox||Chargers -3.0|
|Las Vegas Raiders @ Miami Dolphins||Sunday, November 19th||Hard Rock Stadium||1pm||CBS||Dolphins -12.5|
|New York Giants @ Washington Commanders||Sunday, November 19th||FedEx Field||1pm||Fox||Commanders -9.5|
|Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns||Sunday, November 19th||FirstEnergy Stadium||1pm||CBS||Browns -1.5|
|Tennessee Titans @ Jacksonville Jaguars||Sunday, November 19th||TIAA Bank Field||1pm||CBS||Jaguars -6.5|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Francisco 49ers||Sunday, November 19th||Levi's Stadium||4.05pm||Fox||49ers -11.5|
|New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills||Sunday, November 19th||Bills Stadium||4.25pm||CBS||Bills -7.0|
|Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Rams||Sunday, November 19th||SoFi Stadium||4.25pm||CBS||Seahawks -1.0|
|Minnesota Vikings @ Denver Broncos||Sunday, November 19th||Empower Field at Mile High||8.20pm||NBC, Peacock||Broncos -2.5|
|Philadelphia Eagles @ Kansas City Chiefs||Monday, November 20th||Arrowhead Stadium||8.15pm||ESPN, ABC||Chiefs -2.5|
|What||Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens|
|Where||M&T Bank Stadium|
|When||8:15 PM ET, Thursday, November 16th|
|How to watch||Amazon Prime|
|Odds||Bengals +170 ML, Ravens -4.0|
The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens both suffered narrow defeats last week, with both teams losing out to walk-off field goals against the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns respectively.
In a competitive AFC North every game will be crucial and this is set to be a pivotal matchup.
The 7-3 Ravens got the better of the 5-4 Bengals when the two met earlier in the year but Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow was still dealing with a calf injury and will be a much improved passer in this clash.
The Bengals' defense will need to bounce back from a game in which they gave up 356 passing yards to rookie C.J Stroud while Lamar Jackson's dual-threat play will give them something new to worry about.
However, the Ravens gave up a fourth-quarter lead in Week 10 so will need to be on top of their game against these division rivals.
|What||New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills|
|When||4:25 PM ET, Sunday, November 19th|
|How to watch||CBS|
|Odds||Jets +255 ML, Bills -7.0|
The Buffalo Bills have dominated the AFC East in recent years but their season is at real risk of disintegrating after a loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football.
Josh Allen threw two more interceptions and now leads the NFL in picks thrown with 11 total, while Buffalo had 12 players on the field for the Broncos' late missed field goal, and the retake was made which sealed the Bills' loss.
That sloppiness will have to be cleaned up and the Bills face one of the best defenses in the NFL, that of the New York Jets.
Penalties also cost New York dearly in Week 10 as they were downed by the Las Vegas Raiders in a narrow 16-12 defeat.
The Jets' offense is still struggling and they hope that Zach Wilson can put together a good game to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.
|What||Philadelphia Eagles @ Kansas City Chiefs|
|When||8.15pm ET, Monday, November 20th|
|How to watch||ESPN, ABC|
|Odds||Eagles +125 ML, Chiefs -2.5|
The Philadelphia Eagles have the best record in the NFL at 8-1 and face the team that beat them in the Super Bowl last season, the Kansas City Chiefs, in what could be one of the best games of the regular season.
Both teams are coming off a bye week and will be fresh for this blockbuster matchup. Between the regular season and playoffs, Chiefs coach Andy Reid - who coached the Eagles for 13 years - is 27-4 when coming off a bye week in his NFL coaching career.
Kansas City bounced back from their loss to the Denver Broncos with a win over the Miami Dolphins last time out while the Eagles have won three in a row, with their only loss a shock defeat to the New York Jets in Week 6.
Philadelphia will turn to their running game that has produced 130 yards per game while Kansas will hope their solid defense shows up, they have allowed the second-fewest points of any team.
A repeat of the shootout that was seen in last year's Super Bowl looks unlikely and this could be more of a defensive battle.