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NFL Week 14 Schedule: Rams-Saints, Eagles-Cowboys, Patriots-Bears

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Your week 14 NFL schedule. All times ET.

Thursday Night Football

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans, 8:20, NFL Network: Hey, somebody's got to be the NFL's most free-fallingest team now that the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys have turned it around. Each of these teams has lost at least three in a row. Cable companies are being flooded with calls right now from sports fans who are grateful they don't get the NFL Network.

Sunday

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers, 1, Fox: Fourth-quarter comebacks are nice and all, but can the Birds get a comfortable win for once? Live coverage and previews right here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins, 1, Fox: After watching Josh Freeman run wild against the Falcons, it's a good thing Albert Haynesworth has been suspended. Wouldn't want Freeman to trip over anything back there.

New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings, 1, Fox: If you'd like the Packers or Bucs in the playoffs, root for Minnesota. Otherwise just listen as the TV man tells you whether it's a big deal that Brett Favre is hurt.

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions, 1, Fox

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers, 1, CBS

Oakland Raiders at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1, CBS

Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills, 1, CBS

St. Louis Rams at New Orleans Saints, 4:05, Fox: It's a good thing the Saints and Falcons haven't been playing in the same time slot in recent weeks, as their last-minute one-upsmanship would cause the NFC South to actually get national TV attention if it kept happening at the same time.

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers, 4:05, Fox

New England Patriots at Chicago Bears, 4:15, CBS: Root for Bill Belichick whether you like it or not. The Bears are only a game behind the Falcons in the home field advantage race.

Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers, 4:15, CBS

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets, 4:15, CBS

Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals, 4:15, CBS

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys, 8:20, NBC: The Cowboys are 3-1 since dumping Wade Philips, with that only loss coming on a Roy Williams fumble against the Saints. Dallas didn't help the Falcons out on Thanksgiving, so how about trying again on ... [looks up holidays] ... Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe Day?

Monday Night Football

Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans, 8:30, ESPN

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.