The Redskins come into this game pretty banged up, I think this is a game where Kirk Cousins mistakes back to haunt Washington.
Pick: Cincinnati 27, Washington 20
New England at Buffalo
No letdown for the Patriots this time. Tom Brady will guide them to a convincing win over the Bills team that upset them earlier in the year.
Pick: New England 30, Buffalo 20
Arizona at Carolina
The Panthers are fresh off of the bye, but I don't think it matters. Carolina's defensive woes are a real concern, its unlikely they'll be able to contain the potent Cardinal attack.
Pick: Arizona 23, Carolina 17
New York at Cleveland
This may be Cleveland's best chance for a win. With Josh McCown back at quarterback and the Browns playing an erratic team like the Jets at home, the opportunity is there for a home win.
Pick: Cleveland 20, New York 17
Detroit at Houston
The Lions are overdue for a letdown.
Pick: Houston 23, Detroit 16
Kansas City at Indianapolis
The Chiefs have been playing well lately, but I think the matchup favors Andrew Luck at home.
Pick: Indianapolis 27, Kansas City 24
Seattle at New Orleans
The home field helps the Saints, but it's hard to pick them against the battle-tested defense of the Seahawks.
Pick: Seattle 24, New Orleans 17
Oakland at Tampa Bay
The Raiders have performed very well on the road this season. Slight edge to them over an inconsistent Tampa team.
Pick: Oakland 24, Tampa Bay 21
San Diego at Denver
Revenge game at home for Denver spells doom for a Charger team that is overmatched.
Pick: Denver 28, San Diego 17
Green Bay at Atlanta
Statement game for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to prove that they're one of the top teams in the NFC.
Pick: Green Bay 30, Atlanta 24
Philadelphia at Dallas
The Eagles have had the Cowboys' number in Dallas, winning four straight years in Jerryworld. I think that trend continues, Dallas has been playing well, but the bye week may actually cool them off as it did for the Vikings last week.
Pick: Philadelphia 27, Dallas 23
Minnesota at Chicago
Bounce-back game for the Vikings, who will ride their defense to their sixth win of the year.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been struggling over the last two weeks. The team's two-game losing streak has raised a number of questions about the club's ability to compete with a difficult stretch of the schedule on the horizon.
In addition to failing to maintain their discipline by committing 27 penalties, the team has had a number of key players underachieve.
Here's a look at some of the biggest underachievers in the early part of the season that need to step their games up in the coming weeks.
A year ago, the Philadelphia Eagles were demolished by the Detroit Lions in a completely pitiful, embarrassing effort on Thanksgiving day.
Former defensive coordinator Billy Davis stood by helplessly as Matthew Stafford connected with star receiver Calvin Johnson for three touchdowns, taking advantage of the matchup on then-rookie Eric Rowe, who Davis refused to give any help.
Stafford would finish with five touchdown passes, and the Lions dropped 45 points on over 400 yards of offense.
Just 11 months later, many things have changed for both teams, and the matchups have now swung drastically in the Eagles' favor.