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Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1) vs. Minnesota Vikings (10-3), at RDS
The Minnesota Vikings could secure first place in the NFC North Division with a win or a tie on Saturday. Otherwise, they will have to hope for a Detroit Lions loss or draw against the New York Jets the next day.
The Vikings are faring much better than the Colts this season, but it’s their worst record against them in history, with the Colts leading the matchups 18-7-1.
The Colts return from a bye week after being defeated 54-19 by the Dallas Cowboys. In the fourth quarter, they trailed by 33 points (33-0), the biggest differential in NFL history that quarter.
Matt Ryan is just 125 passing yards short of hitting 3,000 for the 13th straight season, making him just the eighth quarterback to do so. He and Philip Rivers are the only ones of the lot who haven’t earned a Super Bowl title.
For the Vikings, Justin Jefferson set an organizational record with 223 rushing yards on 11 catches against the Lions last week. His total of 4,516 is the highest for a player in his first three seasons, ahead of Randy Moss at 4,163.
However, the Vikings allowed over 400 yards in a fifth straight game, the longest such streak in organizational history.
Baltimore Ravens (9-4) vs. Cleveland Browns (5-8), 4:30 p.m. on RDS
The Baltimore Ravens have won five of the last six games against the Cleveland Browns. In Week 7, Baltimore won 23-20 at M&T Bank Stadium. Coming back from a knee injury that sat him out of the 2021 season, Gus Edwards was the star of the game on offense scoring two touchdowns after rushing for 66 yards.
The Ravens are tied with the Cincinnati Bengals for the top of the AFC North Division with four games remaining. They can count on Tyler Huntley as the starting quarterback after he suffered concussion symptoms last week. Anthony Brown will be his substitute.
The Browns, for their part, are having a difficult season and will try to build on the positive during Deshaun Watson’s third start behind center. In his last outing, he threw his first touchdown pass in 707 days.
Miami Dolphins (8-5) vs. Buffalo Bills (10-3), 8 p.m. on RDS
The Buffalo Bills could formalize their place in the playoffs by winning on Saturday, or with a draw combined with a loss to the Chargers, Patriots or Jets.
They have won their last five meetings at home against the Dolphins. Their longest streak against division rivals is six, and it happened twice against the Colts and once against the Patriots.
The Dolphins lost 23-17 to the Chargers last week and had their lowest passing yardage this season (127). Their 10 completions are also their lowest total since 2015, in Week 13.
Tyreek Hill caught the eye in the final game with a comeback on a 57-yard fumble for the touchdown. He is the player with the most plays for 50 yards or more this season, with four. He also got there in his last three seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Sean McDermott is the coach with the best career win ratio (9-2 / 0.818) against the Dolphins among those who have coached a minimum of eight games.