Here are the 10 best things to look for when Week 14 continues on Sunday, including Aaron Rodgers and the Packers fighting for their playoff lives at home against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX).
Best chance for an upset
Texans at Colts: Brock Osweiler and the Texans aren't as bad as they looked in Green Bay last week, and it won't be snowing in Indianapolis on Sunday. This battle to take the lead in the AFC South really could go either way.
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Best survivor pool pick
If you're still alive heading into Week 14, then you've probably realized that picking whichever team the Browns play is a pretty smart strategy. And in case you've already used Andy Dalton's Bengals and need to get crazy with one of the league's lesser teams, the Jaguars at home against the Vikings could be a winning (albeit nerve-wracking) option.
Best bad game
Bengals at Browns: On the flip side of that survivor pool recommendation is the reality that this is Cleveland's only real chance to avoid an 0-16 season. It should be close with RG3 starting, at least for a while.
Cowboys at Giants: New York is the only team to hand Dallas a loss this season, and the Cowboys get their chance for revenge at MetLife Stadium this week. Eli Manning and the Giants didn't look so hot last week against the Steelers, but expect them to bring it at home against a division rival on Sunday night.
Best fantasy option
We're going to go ahead and roll with Bears rookie Jordan Howard again, considering the Lions have allowed at least 16 fantasy points to running backs in four of the past six weeks.
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Best chance for a shootout
Saints at Buccaneers (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX): Drew Brees and the Saints are always capable of putting up points, and the Buccaneers have proven they can do the same on more than one occasion. Oddsmakers have set the total for this one at 51.5, which only helps to bolster this assertion.
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Best bet against the spread
Falcons at Rams (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX): Atlanta is a six-point favorite on the road, and we just don't believe that the Rams will be able to keep up with Julio Jones and the Falcons' abilities on offense.
(We're 8-5 with these picks on the season, so don't go too heavy based on our advice.)
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Best chance for a low-scoring contest
Jets at 49ers: These teams combined to score just 16 points last week, and Colin Kaepernick completed 1 of 5 passes for 4 (!) total yards during his team's loss in Chicago. None of that screams "shootout."
Best early game
Cardinals at Dolphins (1 p.m. ET on FOX): You never know which Arizona team will show up, and Miami had won six straight before stumbling last week against the Ravens. Both teams need a win to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Seahawks at Packers: Seattle is one of the two best teams in the NFC, but the Packers, at home, are fighting for their playoff lives. Things should be very interesting at Lambeau Field for a second straight week.