Dallas Cowboys: At home against the New England Patriots, 2 p.c.
ET Saturday, Fox.com.
The Cowboys are 0-1 this season against the Patriots, who beat the team on a last-second Hail Mary touchdown drive in Week 10.
The Cowboys are coming off a 24-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
They opened the season with a 26-0 rout of the Baltimore Ravens, and they followed that with a 27-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 6.
The Patriots are 2-0 at home against teams that have lost at least three straight.
They beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1 and beat the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons in Week 4.
New England Patriots: At the New Orleans Saints, 3 p.s.
ET Sunday, Fox Sports GO.
The Pats have won their last two games, including a 27, 24-21 win over Buffalo on Sunday that moved them into the AFC wild-card picture.
For the fourth straight week, New England is on the road.
The team is 2-1 in the New York Metropolitan area and has won two of its last three games.
New England will host the New Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon.
Baltimore Ravens: At Tampa Bay, 1 p and 1:30 p.t. on Sunday, CBS Sports Network.
The Ravens have lost five straight games, and the team is 0-3 against the Falcons.
Tampa Bay has won three of its past four games, but has not scored a touchdown this season.
Auburn: At Cincinnati, 2:30 on Sunday in Auburn, ABC/ESPN.
The Tigers have lost their last three home games, falling 24-10 to Georgia Tech in Week 7.
Cincinnati has won four straight games and defeated the Cleveland Browns in Week 12.
Pittsburgh Steelers: At New Orleans, 1:10 p.p.m., on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, NBC.
The Steelers are 0 for 2 against the Saints and 0 for 4 against the Browns this season, with the latter two losses coming in Week 5 and Week 11.
Tennessee Titans: At Houston, 1 on Sunday and 1 on Wednesday, on FOX.
The Titans are 1-2 this season and are 1 for 4 on the season when losing at home.
Atlanta Falcons: At Pittsburgh, 1 and 2 pms.
on Saturday and Sunday, on NBC.
There are no games scheduled for Monday or Tuesday.