The NFL season has reached Week 9, and with four teams on their bye week, we have 28 teams in action ahead of what should be another blockbuster week.
Two of the best teams in the league head to Frankfurt in Germany, while another two of the best AFC teams collide on Sunday night.
Kansas City Chiefs
Cleveland Browns Stadium
Los Angeles Rams
Green Bay Packers
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
M&T Bank Stadium
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bank of America Stadium
New York Giants
Las Vegas Raiders
Lincoln Financial Field
Los Angeles Chargers
New York Jets
|What||Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs|
|Where||Frankfurt Stadium, Frankfurt|
|When||Sunday, November 5, 9:30 AM ET|
|How to watch||NBC|
|Odds||Miami Dolphins +120 ML, Kansas City Chiefs -140 ML|
AFC East leaders the Miami Dolphins will look to prove they are the real deal when they face the Kansas City Chiefs in Germany on Sunday.
Mike McDaniels' team are 6-2 after their 31-17 win over the Patriots last time out and they will fancy their chances of overcoming a Kansas team that lost 24-9 to the struggling Denver Broncos.
Kansas were the only AFC team with just one loss ahead of their Week 8 matchup, but they now have work to do to preserve their spot as top dogs.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes had struggled with illness in the build-up to the game and he had a poor day at the office last week. It was the first time he failed to throw a touchdown pass since December 2021, but if he is fully healthy, he should bounce back at the first attempt.
Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton remains on Injured Reserve, but it is the Dolphins that have more injury worries. OT Terron Armstead is on IR, while Brandon Jones, Durham Smythe, Xavien Howard and Jevon Holland are all questionable.
The Dolphins are +120 outsiders, and the over/under is 50.5.
|What||Seattle Seahawks @ Baltimore Ravens|
|Where||M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore|
|When||Sunday, November 5, 1 PM ET|
|How to watch||CBS|
|Odds||Seattle Seahawks +215 ML, Baltimore Ravens -260 ML|
Two teams in good form meet at the M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens host the Seattle Seahawks.
The Ravens are looking to win their fourth straight game, thanks to recent wins over the Tennessee Titans, Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson may not be in the top 10 for passing yards, but he has thrown nine touchdowns and rushed for five scores this season while he has only thrown three interceptions.
The Ravens may need to improve their rushing attack to become serious contenders. That's not an issue for the Seahawks.
Kenneth Walker III has rushed for 516 yards so far this season, scoring six touchdowns in the process and he is part of a dangerous Seahawks offense.
Geno Smith has thrown for 1,645 yards so far, but he will need to take greater care of the football, having thrown six interceptions already. Both teams sit at the top of their respective divisions, so Sunday's contest should provide plenty of entertainment with an over/under of 43.0.
|What||Buffalo Bills @ Cincinnati Bengals|
|Where||Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati|
|When||Sunday, November 5, 8:20 PM ET|
|How to watch||NBC|
|Odds||Buffalo Bills +130 ML, Cincinnati Bengals -150 ML|
Joe Burrow's calf injury may have disrupted the Cincinnati Bengals' early form, but they will fancy their chances of extending their winning run to four games when they take on the Buffalo Bills at home.
Burrow has thrown 10 touchdowns this season, seven less than Buffalo's Josh Allen, but he has battled a calf injury all year. Burrow looked back to his best during the 31-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers last week, throwing three touchdowns for 283 yards.
Allen threw for over 300 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, helping to secure a 24-18 Bills victory.
Buffalo at least did get back to winning ways last week and they have had an extended break to try and improve their fortunes for the rest of the season.
The Bengals have beaten both the Seahawks and 49ers in recent weeks, suggesting they mean business, but a win over the Bills would be a huge statement for the organization, especially after a sloppy start.
The over/under is 48.5 with the Bills the underdogs at +125 ML.