Vols In NFL Game Day (12/2)

There are 24 NFL Vols in action Sunday for Week 13 of the regular season. The theme of the week is divisional rivals as the Dolphins and Patriots, Steelers and Ravens, and Eagles and Cowboys meet each other.

1:00 p.m.

Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans Game Center

Arian Foster returns to the state of Tennessee for a meeting with the Titans (4-7) when the Texans (10-1) come to town.

Last time out, Foster rushed for 102 yards eclipsing the 1,000 yard mark for the third straight season. He also tallied two rushing touchdowns, marking his fourth multi-TD game of the season.

Houston Chronicle: Unsung heroes play huge roles in forging Texans' 10-1 mark
KHOU: Texans look to clinch playoff spot vs Titans
Awful Announcing: Arian Foster is giving game tickets to a follower who found his first tweet
Houston Chronicle: Arian Foster nominated for player of the week

New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins Game Center
Jerod Mayo and the Patriots (8-3) head to Miami for an AFC East meeting with Kevin Burnett, Tony McDaniel and the Dolphins (5-6).

Mayo tallied 11 tackles last time out against Indianapolis and currently leads the NFL with 112 this season. Burnett registered six tackles in a win over Seattle while McDaniel had a tackles and combined for a six-yard sack of Russel Wilson.

WEEI.com: Jerod Mayo: No worries about 'rookie wall' with this group of first-year players
NESN: Jerod Mayo Refuses to Pay Attention to Pro Bowl Voting, Would Rather Play

Carolina Panthers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Game Center
The Panthers (3-8) head to Kansas City for a meeting with Eric Berry, Dustin Colquitt and the Chiefs (1-10).

Last time out Berry had four tackles, including one for a loss, and two passes defended while Colquitt booted six punts 45.3 average dropping four inside the 20 yard line.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers Game Center
Marvin Mitchell and the Vikings (6-5) head to Green Bay (7-4) for a divisional game.

Last time out, Mitchell registered one tackle on special teams.

St. Louis Rams offensive line

San Francisco 49ers vs. St. Louis Rams Game Center
The 8-2-1 49ers head to meet with Scott Wells and the 4-6-1 Rams.

Wells returned from the nine-game injured reserve last time out to start at center for the Rams in a 31-17 victory at Arizona.

Ramblin Fan: With Scott Wells And Robert Quinn Back, St. Louis Rams Injury Picture Brightens

Arizona Cardinals at New York Jets Game Center
Dan Williams and the Cardinals (4-7) ship across the country for a meeting with the Jets (4-7).

Williams had a strong game last time out for Arizona in a tough loss to the Rams notching four tackles, two for losses.

4:00 p.m.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Denver Broncos Game Center
Luke Stocker and the Bucs (6-5) head to Denver for a meeting with Robert Ayers, Britton Colquitt, Malik Jackson, Peyton Manning and the Broncos (8-3).

Stocker had a catch last time out for five yards also earning the start at tight end in a tough 24-23 loss to Atlanta.

Ayers had a quarterback hit, Colquitt punted four times for a 42.3 average, and Manning was 22-of-37 for 285 yards passing and two touchdowns in in a 17-9 win at Kansas City.

Ayers may not play this week as he did not practice much due to the death of his father. Robert Ayers Misses Practice As Denver Broncos Prepare For Tampa Bay
Ayers' Vol teammate Malik Jackson has a chance to step up in his place
SB Nation Denver: Rookie Malik Jackson has chance for impact vs. Buccaneers
Denver Post: DE Malik Jackson prepares to fill in for Robert Ayers
Denver Post: Peyton Manning meets the other Peyton Manning at Dove Valley

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Game Center
Ramon Foster and the Steelers (6-5) head to Baltimore for a meeting with Morgan Cox and the divisional rival Ravens (9-2).

Foster earned his 11th start at right guard this season last time out while Cox snapped on all punts and kicks including the game tying field goal with three seconds left in regulation and the game winning field goal with 1:12 left in overtime.

KFFL: Steelers | Kelvin Beachum to start

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - AUGUST 24: Aubrayo Franklin #90 of the San Diego Chargers looks on before the game against the Minnesota Vikings on August 24, 2012 at Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers Game Center
Jason Allen and the Bengals (6-5) head to San Diego for a meeting with Aubrayo Franklin, Robert Meachem and the Chargers (4-7).

Allen was not active last time out. Franklin had two tackles while Meachem played but did not notch a catch last time out.

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Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders Game Center
Montario Hardesty, Jarrod Shaw and the Browns (3-8) head to Oakland for a meeting with Omar Gaither, Denarius Moore and the Raiders (3-8).

Hardesty had two rushes for 14 yards, while Shaw was not active last time out for the Browns. Gaither played but didn't record any stats while Moore started at wide receiver only registering one catch, for 20 yards and a touchdown.

SB Nation: Browns vs. Raiders preview: Brandon Weeden improvement, Trent Richardson
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area: Raiders key matchup No. 3: Gaither vs. Richardson

Sunday Night Football

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Game Center

The 3-8 Eagles head to Dallas for a meeting with Jason Witten and the 5-6 Cowboys.

Witten had a team-high nine catches for 74 yards the last time out in a Thanksgiving loss to Washington.

Dallas Morning News: Romo, Witten agree: Turnaround time is now

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