Arizona at San Francisco. The Cardinals' sweep of San Francisco last season was their first since 2008, with QB Carson Palmer rumbling into the end zone for the game-winning TD in a 19-13 triumph at Levi's Stadium.
Miami (1-2) at Cincinnati (1-2). NFL receptions co-leader Jarvis Landry is Miami's top threat, while Bengals RBs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard face the Dolphins' 31st-ranked run defense. Cameron Wake's OT sack for a safety won the last meeting in 2013, putting Miami ahead 16-5 in the all-time series (including playoffs).
Houston (2-0) at New England (2-0). J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney lead the Texans' front seven against third-string New England QB Jacoby Brissett, with Tom Brady suspended until Week 5. The Pats beat former assistant Bill O'Brien's squad 27-6 last year and lead the all-time series 6-1, outscoring Houston 123-49 in three games in Foxborough.
New York Jets (0-1) at Buffalo (0-1). Rex Ryan's Bills defeated his former Jets squad twice by 22-17 scores last season, including a Week 17 win in Buffalo to thwart New York's late playoff run. Ex-Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three late interceptions in that loss.
Washington (7-7) at Philadelphia (6-8). Kirk Cousins and the Redskins can clinch the NFC East with a win over a Philly squad that has been outgained its last five games, by a 145-yard average. Washington last won three straight in the series in 1985-87.
San Diego (4-10) at Oakland (6-8). The Raiders can claim just their second sweep of San Diego since 2002 in this home finale. In a 37-29 win on Oct. 25, Derek Carr threw three of his 30 TD passes, four shy of Daryle Lamonica's single-season Raiders mark.
New York Jets (8-5) at Dallas (4-9). The Cowboys bid for their first home victory since Week 1 while ex-Dallas assistant Todd Bowles' Jets go for a fourth straight win. Dez Bryant, Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker rank 1-2-3 in receiving TDs since 2012. Bowles is 3-1 this season against teams for which he coached or played.