The Cleveland Browns are destined for change, and the Dallas Cowboys are still hoping they can turn things around in a 2012 season that held so much promise, but has underwhelmed.
Brandon Weeden and the Cleveland Browns are in flux and playing for jobs. There's no way to know who will remain next season, and Joe Banner has said as much. There's new ownership for the Browns, which brings promise, but also a lot of speculation. Weeden and fellow rookie Josh Gordon have paired well, but there's a good chance that unless the Browns get some signature wins, they may not see 2013.
Despite being sub-500, the Cowboys find themselves just two games out of the NFC East lead. November has never been a kind month for the New York Giants, so now is the time for Tony Romo and company to catch their division rivals. This is not a bad team, but they have consistently found ways to lose close games in clutch moments. A few key changes and this is a two-loss team, but close isn't enough.
Sunday, Nov. 18th, 1:00 p.m. ET
Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas