The Eagles have lost eight straight. The Buccaneers have scored at least 23 points in every game since Week Four...when they scored 22.
---RJ's Pick: Tampa Bay by 11
Baltimore (9-3) at Washington (6-6) - 1:00 p.m. (Line: WASHINGTON BY 2.5)
Ravens QB Joe Flacco has thrown just two touchdown passes in his last three games. His passer ratings in his last three games are 75.5, 86.6, and just 61.9 last week. The Redskins have won three straight.
---RJ's Pick: Washington by 8
Atlanta (11-1) at Carolina (3-9) - 1:00 p.m. (Line: Atlanta by 3.5)
The Falcons have already clinched the NFC South. They can clinch home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs with just two more victories. The Panthers at just 1-5 at home this season.
---RJ's Pick: Atlanta by 7
New York Jets (5-7) at Jacksonville (2-10) - 1:00 p.m. (Line: New York Jets by 2.5)
As of this writing, no one knows who will be starting under center for the Jets this week. It could be Mark Sanchez, who was benched last week after throwing three interceptions and completing just 48 percent of his passes for a QB rating of 21.4. It could be Greg McElroy, who replaced Sanchez and led the Jets to their only score of the game. Or it could even be Tim Tebow, who was not active last week due to some broken ribs. The Jaguars have the NFL's second worst point differential.
---RJ's Pick: New York Jets by 9
San Diego (4-8) at Pittsburgh (7-5) - 1:00 p.m. (Line: No Line)
The Chargers have lost their last four games. The Steelers are 4-1 at home this season. There was no line for this matchup at the time of publication.
---RJ's Pick: Pittsburgh by 14
Miami (5-7) at San Francisco (8-3-1) - 4:05 p.m. (Line: SAN FRANCISCO BY 10)
Dolphins left tackle Jake Long suffered a triceps injury last week, and could be out for the remainder of the season. Colin Kaepernick will remain the starting quarterback for the 49ers this week, despite making some questionable decisions in last week's loss to St. Louis.
---RJ's Pick: San Francisco by 6