Let's run down some quick score predictions for every game on the NFL's Week 14 schedule:
Patriots 35, Redskins 23: The Redskins will score, but there's no way Rex Grossman can win a shootout with Tom Brady. Patriots roll on the road in Washington.
Panthers 28, Falcons 27: The Falcons have struggled away from home and have just a 1-3 record outdoors. Cam Newton is just five rushing touchdowns away from tying Eric Dickerson's rookie record (18).
Ravens 30, Colts 13: The Ravens calmed worries about playing down to the competition last week against the Browns. Dan Orlovsky will find the sledding much more difficult against the Ravens' pass defense.
Lions 20, Vikings 17: The Lions desperately need a win to get their 2011 season back on track. Division games always tend to be closer than you think, too.
Dolphins 28, Eagles 27: The Dolphins' pass defense has played as well as any over the past month or so. They'll need to be good again as the Eagles welcome back Michael Vick and Jeremy Maclin.
Saints 24, Titans 21: Drew Brees isn't as unstoppable without the Superdome roof above his head, but the Saints still find a way to win on the road. Chris Johnson needs to play well for Tennessee to pull it off.
Texans 17, Bengals 9: A suffocating Texans defense will make life hectic for rookie Andy Dalton. There's just enough running game on the other side of the ball for Houston to get the win.
Buccaneers 21, Jaguars 10: The return of Josh Freeman helps the Bucs avoid a loss at the hands of Blaine Gabbert and the Jags.
Broncos 23, Bears 14: If the Broncos defense gets Von Miller back, they'll turn over Caleb Hanie a handful of times. Tim Tebow can turn short fields into points.
49ers 27, Cardinals 10: The Cardinals have a little confidence, but the 49ers defense has been eliminating offensive egos all season long.
Chargers 31, Bills 14: A long trip west ends poorly for Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Bills. A shaky defense and an offense that will sputter keeps this game out of reach.
Packers 34, Raiders 17: The march towards perfection marches on as the Packers coast at Lambeau. Not having Darren McFadden, Denarius Moore and Jacoby Ford will hurt.
Giants 34, Cowboys 30: In the game of the season in the NFC East, the Giants build on their impressive performance last week against the Packers. Another December collapse in Dallas?
Seahawks 28, Rams 7: A red-hot Seahawks offense will score points, but it's the defense that turns Tom Brandstater's first start into a nightmare on Monday night.