Week 10's slate of games will wrap up tonight on Monday Night Football, and it'll be an AFC showdown between a top contender and a visiting spoiler.
The NFL was treated to some absolute dandies over the course of Week 10, including a couple of blowouts by NFC teams looking to put a stamp on their conference in the overall playoff picture.
The Dallas Cowboys rocked their division rivals, the New York Giants, 49-17, while the San Francisco 49ers got back to form after a three-game losing streak and easily upended the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-3 on the road.
The Baltimore Ravens' home loss against the Cleveland Browns was pretty insane, while the Houston Texans going on the road to beat the Cincinnati Bengals was pretty noteworthy, too.
Now, there's Monday Night Football.
Don't blame us if the game seems to be boring on paper (it is), but one can only hope the craziness from Week 10 ensues one more night.
Bills host Broncos for Monday Night Football, Week 10
In theory, the 5-4 Buffalo Bills hosting the 3-5 Denver Broncos could have been a good matchup when the schedule-makers met last spring. Denver was supposed to be reinvigorated with head coach Sean Payton, while the Bills have been Super Bowl contenders for the last few years.
Buffalo, led by quarterback Josh Allen, can't afford to lose too much ground in a hotly contested AFC playoff hunt, as the Bills are currently the No. 9 seed and on the outside, looking in.
Denver, which has no legitimate shot at a postseason berth this year, would love nothing more than to go on the road and play spoiler, dropping head coach Sean McDermott's squad to the .500 mark and even further down the AFC standings.
The two teams will kick off Monday Night Football on Nov. 13 at 8:15 p.m. from Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.