The Tennessee Titans (8-5), are now in the middle of the AFC playoff race after four straight wins and will host the Houston Texans (8-5) on Sunday (1 p.m. EST, CBS).
Through the first 14 weeks of the 2019 season, five teams — the Buffalo Bills (9-4), Green Bay Packers (10-3), Minnesota Vikings (9-4), Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) and San Francisco 49ers (11-2) — are in playoff position after missing the postseason last season.
New England quarterback Tom Brady (536) will get a shot at the NFL’s career passing touchdowns record, held by Peyton Manning (539), when the Patriots travel to Cincinnati Sunday (1 p.m. EST, CBS). Saints quarterback Drew Brees (537) will follow on Monday Night Football (8:15 p.m. EST, ESPN) when New Orleans hosts the Colts.
The Buffalo Bills (9-4) and Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) meet on Sunday Night Football (8:20 p.m. EST, NBC) in a game with significant AFC playoff implications.
Two Steelers, running back Trey Edmunds, 24, and safety Terrell Edmunds, 22, will square off against their brother, Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, 21. This is expected to be the first known NFL game in 92 years with three brothers on the same field. The last time it is believed to have happened was in the 1927 season when the Rooney brothers — Joe, Cobb and Bill —played for the Duluth Eskimos.