NFL teams often get stuck on their weekend schedule, where they’re not on the field and their games aren’t played until after midnight.
But there’s one game in particular they should be doing on Saturdays.
The Washington Redskins are playing at home on Saturday against the Oakland Raiders, who are in the middle of their bye week.
The Redskins are a team that has won two straight and five of their last six.
It’s a team with a strong defense that is a big reason the team has the league’s No. 2 defense, per Football Outsiders.
It will be interesting to see how the Redskins’ schedule unfolds on Saturday.
They play five of the next six on the road, but a win against the Raiders would likely get them a spot in the playoff picture.
Here are the best games to watch this weekend.
Sunday, Sept. 14 at Dallas Cowboys, 1 p.m.
ETThe Cowboys’ home game against the Eagles on Sept. 13, which was played at AT&T Stadium, is a rematch of last year’s Week 8 game, when the Cowboys defeated the Eagles 27-24.
The Cowboys won the rematch 27-14.
The Eagles also have won their last four games in the series, including a 27-7 win in Philadelphia last season.
Dallas is coming off its first win in five games.
It also has lost seven straight games in this series and has won just one game at AT &T Stadium.
This game is a good test of the defense and the quarterback situation.2.
Sunday,,, 8 p.t.
ESPN The New York Jets have won three straight and seven of their past nine games against the New Orleans Saints.
They are 5-2 in the two-game span, including two of their wins by a combined score of 23-0.
New Orleans also lost the first two games of the season by a total of 34-0, which is the most in NFL history.
This should be a game that New Orleans will not win.3.
Sunday Sept. 15, 3:25 p.r.
ESPNThe Dallas Cowboys have won five straight at home and six of their previous seven at home.
They have not lost in the division since beating the Green Bay Packers by five points in Week 6, and they have won 10 of their 14 road games.
This will be a great test for the quarterback position, and the defense should be good as well.4.
Sunday.,, 7:25 a.m., ESPNThe New York Giants have won seven of eight and are 7-2 at home this season.
They also have lost their last three games in Dallas, including the loss to the Giants in Week 13.
The Giants also have a great chance to win the division on Sunday.5.
Sunday September 16, 3 p.l.a.
ESPNESPN’s Sunday Night Football will air at 7:30 p.p.m ET on Sunday night.
This could be a crucial game for the defending champions.
The Jets have not won in the NFC East since beating Carolina 27-10 in Week 7, and it’s difficult to see New York winning in Dallas.6.
Sunday ,, 8:30 a.k.
ETNBC will be airing its Sunday Night Hockey on Sunday, September 16 at 8:00 p.,m.
This is the last chance the Dallas Stars have to make the playoffs before the deadline.
They need to win this game to avoid being cut.7.
Sept. 22, 7 p.s.
NBCThis game is another critical test for both the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos have won six straight games and are 6-2 on the season, including an overtime victory against the Green Stills in Week 12.
The Dallas Cowboys are 6.5-1 against the Broncos at home, including 4-0 in the past four seasons.
This game could determine who finishes first and second in the AFC West.8.
Sunday,., 6 p.a., NBCThe New Orleans Pelicans are 8-1 at home for the third straight season.
This week they host the San Antonio Spurs.
The Pelicans also have home games against Minnesota and Philadelphia.
The Spurs are 5.5 a.s., and the Pelicans have won four straight at New Orleans.
This was supposed to be a one-sided matchup, but the Pelicans are playing great defense and have allowed just six points per game in the last three contests.9.
Sunday ESPN, 7.30 p., ESPN The Miami Heat are 7 of 10 at home in their last seven games.
They will need to do that against the Houston Rockets.
The Rockets have lost four of their six games this season, and that includes a loss to Dallas in Week 10.10.
Sunday ., 7 a.p., ESPNThis is a critical game for both teams.
The Dolphins have won nine of their nine games at home over the past five years, and have