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NFL Week 13 schedule: 5 best games to watch on Sunday

Looking at the NFL Week 13 schedule, the loaded docket gives us five great games to watch on Sunday afternoon.

5. Washington Commanders (-2) at New York Giants

Washington and New York is desperate to win this NFC East clash. If the Commanders win, they’re 8-5 before hosting the rematch at FedEx Field in a few weeks. Meanwhile, the Giants can take a 1.5-game lead in the race for an NFC wild card spot if they can handle Washington only its second loss with quarterback Taylor Heinicke at the helm this season. This game likely comes down to which signal-caller can make a big play … or who makes the big mistake late.


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4. New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings (-3)

The Vikings might be the most disrespected 9-2 team in recent memory, while the Jets come into the tilt at 7-4. Minnesota is all but guaranteed to win the NFC North, but it is trying to get into a fight for the conference’s top seed. In New York, the Jets are in the seventh and final playoff spot, one game ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC standings.

3. Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles (-4.5)

Philadelphia is 10-1 and arguably the best team in the NFL. The Eagles hung 40 points on Sunday night in a win over the Green Bay Packers, rushing for more than 300 yards. Now they welcome Tennessee, which is 7-4 and cruising towards another AFC South title. The Titans present an intriguing challenge because they love to run the ball, and they can clog up rushing lanes. If there’s a way to give Philadelphia some problems, those two traits lead the way.


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2. Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers (-4.5)

Mike McDaniel goes across the country to take on his protegè in 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan. The Niners are finally healthy and playing their best, taking a one-game advantage in the NFC West with a 7-4 record. Miami is visiting for the first time since 2020, coming into the contest at 8-3 and leading the AFC East with a victory on the East Bay. The big question is whether the Dolphins can block San Francisco, or if Nick Bosa and Co. wreck the game.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (-2) at Cincinnati Bengals

Everyone wants to see a rematch of last year’s AFC title game. Cincinnati beat Kansas City twice last season, including a wild 34-31 Week 17 affair at Paycor Stadium. The Bengals and Chiefs are two of the highest-scoring teams in the league, so expect fireworks with quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Joe Burrow firing.

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