Here's a thread for you to discuss the action from today's games. Here's what to watch out for:
Chicago at Detroit (12:30pm ET) - The Lions essentially kept their season alive by holding off the Panthers on Sunday. A late two-point conversion failed and the Lions held on to win 20-19 and improve to 4-6. The Bears extended their lead at the top of the division with a win over Vikings on Sunday Night Football to move to 7-3. However, they could be without Mitchell Trubisky, as Chase Daniel is standing by to replace the injured passer.
Washington at Dallas (4:30pm ET) - The NFC East is wide open, especially after Alex Smith's gruesome leg injury on Sunday. Colt McCoy almost led the come-from-behind win against Houston, but the loss dropped Washington to 6-4 on the season. Dallas moved into second place when they beat Atlanta on a last second field goal to move to 5-5 and they can move into a first-placed tie with a win here.
Falcons at Saints (8:20pm ET) - This matchup rounds out an all-NFC slate of games. The Falcons just dropped to 4-6 in the aforementioned loss to the Cowboys. The Saints will be heavily favored after they impressively won their ninth in a row over the Eagles. The Saints are now one of only two one-loss teams in the league.