After an impressive performance on Monday Night, the 49ers get to try and keep things going this week against the Broncos. Another good game and the 49ers will have confidence and momentum heading into their week off. A loss though could create some doubt in a team still fighting for its playoff life.
The Texans have been pushing hard in recent weeks and nearly got the best of the Cowboys and the Colts, but they couldn’t get past either one.
The 49ers have gotten off to a halting start this year, and they have not played their best football even in the games they have won.
Eli Manning and the Giants took it on the chin in their Week Six loss at Philadelphia, and they won’t have any time to sit back and feel sorry for themselves in this game at Dallas.
The Cardinals continue to write a winning script, and the best aspect of their 30-20 victory over the Washington Redskins in Week Six was the return of quarterback Carson Palmer following his shoulder and nerve problems.
The Chiefs are going to have to play their best game if they are going to compete with the rampaging Chargers on their homefield.
Russell Wilson has to contend with significant adversity for the first time in his NFL career after the Seahawks lost at home to the Dallas Cowboys in Week Six.
The Titans picked up their second win of the season, but a 16-14 victory over the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars that they barely held on to is not a game that will allow head coach Ken Whisenhunt to sleep well at night.
The Bengals have demonstrated that they are one of the most talented teams in the league, but there are plenty of questions about their resolve and toughness.
Teddy Bridgewater will have to try to get the Vikings offense untracked on the road against an aggressive Buffalo Bills defense.
Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes when KPIX 5 produced a pregame show on the field before the San Francisco 49ers played their first exhibition at the brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.