The NFL season continues to flow in all sorts of directions, with teams bouncing up and down in the standings as week 14 arrives. How will the balance of power change this weekend?
Detroit Lions @ Philadelphia Eagles
This is a game that features two 7-5 teams whose overall levels of strength are still very much in question. The Eagles have won four straight games, one of them over the 7-5 Arizona Cardinals, but this is not a team that has beaten any of the powerhouses in the NFC, such as the San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, or Seattle Seahawks. The Eagles’ best win other than the victory over Arizona came against the 5-6-1 Green Bay Packers. The Lions, though, really haven’t been any better in this regard. Both teams have a lot to prove.
Minnesota Vikings @ Baltimore RavensThis is a game that is not all that easy to pick. The Vikings are playing their best ball of the season. They just upset the Chicago Bears one week after tying the Green Bay Packers on the road. Baltimore is coming off a physical win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving, and the three extra days off the Ravens gained after that contest could really help them out here. Yet, Minnesota is reveling in its ability to play spoiler, making this a tricky game for the defending Super Bowl champions, as they try to get the sixth playoff spot in the AFC.
Oakland Raiders @ New York Jets
This is a game which has lost some of its sizzle. The Jets are no longer in control of the race for the sixth seed in the AFC playoffs. Their offense has completely collapsed, and it must rebound this week in order for the Jets to have any shot at the postseason.
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