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The New England Patriots and Washington Redskins play the two best games on the upcoming Week 7 schedule. Pictured: Tom Brady shakes hands with Kirk Cousins after the game at Gillette Stadium on Nov. 8, 2015 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

The schedule for Week 7 of the 2017 NFL season features a number of intriguing games. The slate is so unpredictable that no team is favored by a touchdown, even with teams like the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles playing at home.

The Oakland Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs in a thriller on “Thursday Night Football” to kick off Week 7. The matchups for “Sunday Night Football” and “Monday Night Football” should deliver great games.

Here’s a look at the five best games on the Week 7 schedule:

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

It’s time for the Cardinals to show that they can beat a good team and that they are not too old to compete for the NFC West crown. Two of Arizona’s three wins have come in overtime against the winless San Francisco 49ers and the Andrew Luck-less Indianapolis Colts. L.A. sits alone atop the division, and they could go a long way in making this a two-team race between themselves and the Seattle Seahawks by beating the Cardinals in London.

Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears

The NFC North is up for grabs following Aaron Rodgers’ injury. The Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions both have a real chance to win the division. Could the Bears be in the mix too? While the answer is likely no, it’d be hard to discount Chicago as a sleeper after a win over Carolina. It will also be interesting to see how the two quarterbacks perform, considering Mitchell Trubisky was the first signal caller taken in the draft and Cam Newton has been wildly inconsistent in 2017.

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Bengals looked like the worst team in football over the first two weeks of the season. A win in Pittsburgh would somehow put them right back in the race for the AFC North title. The Steelers are the clear favorite to win the division, but their offense continues to struggle each week. Cincinnati has one of the league’s best defenses, and a victory would be three in a row for the Bengals, putting them back at .500 and a half-game out of first place.

Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots

This is easily the best game of Week 7. It’s a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl, featuring the reigning MVP and the greatest quarterback of all time. Not only will there be tons of points scored in what promises to be an exciting game, but the “Sunday Night Football” matchup is important for both teams. A loss for the Falcons would be their third in a row and drop them to .500. New England would fall to 4-3 with a loss, giving them three losses at home.

Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles

The season isn’t even halfway completed, but this “Monday Night Football” game could determine the NFC East winner. A victory for the Eagles would establish themselves as the clear NFC Super Bowl favorite, giving them a 2.5-game lead over the Redskins, as well as the division tiebreaker. A victory for Washington would put them tied with Philadelphia in the loss column and establish themselves as a real threat to make the Super Bowl.