Just as the NFL puts out an injury report on the likelihood that certain players will suit up each week (Probable, Questionable, Doubtful or Out), we rate the NFL schedule on the likelihood that games will be worth watching. Because let's face it, you can't watch them all.
"PROBABLE" Game of the Week: New York Giants at New York Jets.
This is a road game for the Giants, but Eli Manning has promised his mother he'll be home in time to put out milk and cookies for Santa.
Despite the smack talk flying back and forth between the Jets and Giants this week, the Jets could end it all by playing this trump card.
"QUESTIONABLE" Game of the Week: San Francisco at Seattle.
After Monday night's game at Candlestick Park was delayed twice by power outages, Steelers safety Ryan Clark suggested the Niners were purposely sabotaging the lights in an effort to get a new stadium. This replaced Clark's initial theory that Hans Gruber was robbing Nakatomi Plaza.
"DOUBTFUL" Game of the Week: Denver at Buffalo.
Last week the Broncos got out ahead of the Patriots 16-7, which was confusing to everyone, especially Tim Tebow. Denver will hopefully learn from its mistake and allow the Bills to hold the lead entering the fourth quarter.
Seven weeks ago the Bills were 5-2 with impressive victories over the Patriots and Eagles. They had a chance to break a tie with the Vikings and lose a record-setting fifth Super Bowl, but a seven-game losing streak has ended their bid at history.
"OUT" Game of the Week: Minnesota at Washington.
With only two weeks left in the season, 22 of the 32 teams in the NFL remain in the playoff picture. These are not two of those teams.
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