It’s another Sunday in October — the last if we’re getting technical — which means another week of football around the country. Last week we saw some of the more intriguing match ups we’ve seen this season and as the year presses on, the teams at the top will begin to separate themselves from the rest.
This week, the Chiefs look to stay undefeated, the Broncos look to rebound and everyone else is trying to keep their heads above water as we enter the half way point of the season.
It’s truly been a muddled NFL season thus far as only a few teams stand out above the rest talent-wise and even fewer do so in the win column. The Colts, Chiefs, Broncos and Seahawks are the best teams in football right now but beyond that we will have to wait a few more weeks for second-tier contenders to emerge.
Here’s a look at this week’s action so you can be sure to keep up on all the NFL playoff races starting to heat up.
|SUNDAY, OCT. 27|
|San Francisco at Jacksonville||1:00 pm||FOX||Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale|
|Cleveland at Kansas City||1:00 pm||CBS||Ian Eagle Dan Fouts|
|Miami at New England||1:00 pm||CBS||Jim Nantz, Phill Simms|
|Buffalo at New Orleans||1:00 pm||CBS||Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf|
|Dallas at Detroit||1:00 pm||FOX||Dick Stockton, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin|
|N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia||1:00 pm||FOX||Kenny Albert, Darly Johnston, Tony Siragusa|
|N.Y. Jets at Cincinnati||4:05 pm||CBS||Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts|
|Pittsburgh at Oakland||4:05 pm||CBS||Spero Dedes, Rich Gannon|
|Atlanta at Arizona||4:25 pm||FOX||Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Molly McGrath|
|Washington at Denver||4:25 pm||FOX||Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver|
|Green Bay at Minnesota||8:30 pm||NBC||Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth|
|MONDAY, OCT. 28|
|Seattle at St. Louis||8:40 pm||ESPN||Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden|
|Bye week: Baltimore, Chicago, Indianapolis, San Diego, Tennessee, Houston|
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