Eagles look to shake off a road loss as other top NFC teams collide in Week 14.
Here are the matchups for Week 14:
New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons:
As the NFC playoff race comes into focus, this game is crucial for the Falcons to stay in the hunt.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Buffalo Bills:
To stay alive in the playoff race, the Bills hope LeSean McCoy can dominate the ground game against the Colts’ defense.
Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants:
Eli Manning is expected to return to his starting role against the Cowboys, who are still alive in the playoff race.
Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
While playoff hopes flicker, the Buccaneers have the chance to dash the Lions postseason chances.
Oakland Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs:
The Raiders might be heating up after two-straight wins, but the Chiefs are looking to recover from a four-loss tailspin.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Texans:
After getting a win last week, Jimmy Garoppolo’s first road test as the Niners’ starting QB comes against the Texans.
Green Bay Packers vs. Cleveland Browns:
The Packers will have a chance to make up ground in the NFC race while the Browns continue to lead for top pick in the NFL Draft.
Chicago Bears vs. Cincinnati Bengals:
Trubisky completed 80 percent of his passes last week, but only had 15 attempts. Could he make more of an impact this week?
Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers:
Against the Vikings stout defense, Cam Newton needs to have a big game to pick up the win.
Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Chargers:
Chargers have won three straight as Kirk Cousins and the Redskins come to town to try to end this streak.
New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos:
The Broncos continue their quarterback shuffle as Trevor Siemian returns under center. Can he overcome the Jets?
Tennessee Titans vs. Arizona Cardinals:
The Titans are now tied for top of the AFC South. Beating the Cardinals will push them closer to clinching the division title.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Los Angeles Rams:
The Rams and Eagles have both turned heads this season, combining for 19 wins so far. Now they battle for NFC supremacy.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Jacksonville Jaguars:
Seattle comes off a huge win, but will make the long trek to Jacksonville to face one of the NFL's best defenses.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers:
The Ravens need a win to hold off the rest of the AFC Wild Card challengers, a tall task against a 10-2 Steelers team.
New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins:
The Patriots come in as heavy favorites in this matchup but never count out the Dolphins in this classic rivalry.