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NFL Games on TV Today (Sunday, Dec. 8)

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NFL Games on TV Today (Sunday, Dec. 8)

Week 14 of the NFL season has a full slate of 14 games on tap for Sunday, Dec. 8. With just four weeks left in the regular season, division races are really starting to heat up and playoff positioning becomes even more important. It's possible we may even see a few of these matchups again come January.

So if you're wondering "What NFL games are on today?" know this: There are 14 scheduled for today, Sunday, Dec. 8.

Note: Games are ordered by start time. All times are ET.

NFL Games on TV Today

Carolina at Atlanta, 1 pm. on FOX

The Panthers made the somewhat surprising move of firing head coach Ron Rivera earlier this week. So what kind of effort can we expect from Carolina on the road against a Falcons team whose head coach may suffer the same fate as Rivera?

Indianapolis at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. on CBS

The Colts need a win to snap their losing streak and stay in the thick of the wild-card race in the AFC. The Buccaneers have won two in a row and have a shot at finishing second in the NFC South, which would be a sign of progress under first-year head coach Bruce Arians.

Miami at New York Jets, 1 p.m. on CBS

The Dolphins picked up their first won of the season back in Week 9 against the Jets. New York is coming off of a stunning loss to the previously winless Bengals. A Miami sweep would put the Jets in the AFC East cellar and do wonders for Adam Gase's popularity rating in the Big Apple.

San Francisco at New Orleans, 1 p.m. on FOX

Top seed and home-field advantage are on the line in the Superdome. A second straight loss by the 49ers also could put Seattle in the driver's seat in the NFC West. Saints have shot to increase chances that road to Super Bowl could go through New Orleans.

Detroit at Minnesota, 1 p.m. on FOX

Vikings look to rebound at home against a Lions team that has lost five in a row.

Denver at Houston, 1 p.m. on CBS

Texans look to maintain cushion in the AFC South. Rookie Drew Lock makes his first NFL start on the road for banged-up Broncos.

Baltimore at Buffalo, 1 p.m. on CBS

Two of the AFC's hottest teams meet in Buffalo for matchup of current playoff teams. Ravens have a three-game lead in AFC North and a leg up on New England for home-field advantage throughout the postseason. Bills have a two-game lead for the first wild-card spot and could draw even with Patriots in AFC East if they lose to Kansas City.

Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m. on CBS

Can Bengals make it two in a row and put a serious dent in the Browns' playoff hopes?

Washington at Green Bay, 1 p.m. on FOX

Packers' D figures to give Dwayne Haskins and the Redskins a frosty welcome to Lambeau Field.

Los Angeles Chargers at Jacksonville, 4:05 p.m. on FOX

Pair of 4-8 teams with losing streaks get together in Jacksonville. Can Minshew Mania top Philip Rivers and company?

Pittsburgh at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. on CBS

Devlin "Duck" Hodges gets another start for a Steelers team in the thick of the wild-card chase in the AFC. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals have lost five in a row and are looking for something positive to build on before the season comes to a close.

Tennessee at Oakland, 4:25 p.m. on CBS

Important matchup in the Black Hole pitting a pair of teams fighting for that second wild-card spot. Titans have won three in a row with Ryan Tannehill at the helm while Derek Carr may have to carry more of the load for the Raiders due to Josh Jacobs' fractured shoulder.

Kansas City at New England, 4:25 p.m. on CBS

For the third time in three seasons, Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady will face off. The GOAT is 2-0 but Mahomes' team has been playing better leading into this game. Can the Chiefs continue the Patriots' slide or are the defending champs ready to show they still have plenty of fight left in them?

Seattle at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m. on NBC (Sunday Night Football)

The Seahawks are currently in the driver's seat in the NFC West while the Rams trail Minnesota by just one game for the second wild-card spot. Can Seattle push Los Angeles further down the standings or are the defending NFC champs ready to take a stand at home?