Eli Manning will continue to get pounded as the three 12-1 teams should keep their one-loss records intact.
After bitter losses, the Ravens, Broncos and Packers will take their anger out on lesser opponents.
Teams like Tampa Bay and Carolina, written off weeks ago, suddenly find themselves in the hunt.
When the mercury dips below 34 degrees, Packers quarterback Brett Favre heats up.
Rod Coleman and the Falcons' defense will ensure that the Eli Manning era begins on a sour note.
The Steelers are riding high, but beware of a letdown against a Browns team that's tough at home.
Jets coach Herman Edwards loves November and the Jets are great vs. the line when visiting Buffalo.
Five teams are favored by a TD or more, but only the Eagles can be trusted with such a burden.
Don't get thrown off by some lofty spreads this week. There are distinct trends to support them.
The Seahawks excel as a dog and the Pats usually deliver as a favorite. What will give on Sunday?
Backed by a strong running game, Jake Delhomme's Panthers will edge Jake Plummer's Broncos.
Michael Vick has owned the Panthers recently and Carolina is never a sure thing as a favorite.
Brett Favre's dome woes will continue this week -- so will the Cowboys' mastery of the 'Skins.
The Pats and Panthers are the worst red-zone teams in the NFL, and that should ensure a close game.
Conference title games have a recent habit of not being close, but this year's match-ups are fairly even.
Home favorites have a strong track record at this stage, but we only see half of them covering this weekend.