Carolina (2-8) at Philadelphia (3-7), Monday night
No, the NFL can't flex games to the prime-time broadcast on Mondays, so viewers are stuck with two of the league's biggest flops.
Carolina thought it would build off Cam Newton's sensational rookie season, but instead of sizzling it has fizzled.
No worse than the Eagles, though. Expected to be championship contenders, they have fallen apart, with sloppy play everywhere, particularly on the offensive line, in the secondary and at quarterback, where rookie Nick Foles could again get the nod ahead of Michael Vick, who is recovering from a concussion.
Tennessee (4-6) at Jacksonville (1-9)
Jacksonville had powerful Houston in trouble last Sunday, but couldn't put away the game. The 37 points for the Jaguars in that loss brought their season total to a measly 164. They will go with Chad Henne at quarterback with second-year starter Blaine Gabbert on injured reserve.
It looks like the Titans have fixed some of their defensive woes, and they come off a bye that followed a 37-3 romp in Miami, their best performance all season. Before that came their worst, a 51-20 thrashing at the hands of the Bears.
St. Louis (3-6-1) at Arizona (4-6)
Arizona was 4-0 when it journeyed to St. Louis and was beaten 17-3. Things have been downright ugly since for the Cardinals, who can't score, can't decide on a quarterback, and struggle against the run. A defense expected to excel has disappointed.
The Rams are maddeningly inconsistent, following a tie at mighty San Francisco — a game they should have won — with a flop against the Jets. Look for a steady diet of runs by Steven Jackson and Daryl Richardson.
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