The Dallas Cowboys have a tough stretch of games left.
The Eagles, Giants and Cowboys will meet again this week in the playoffs, and the Cowboys will play the Miami Dolphins in Week 16.
Here’s how the rest of the schedule looks.
Week 1 at Indianapolis Colts – 8:00 p.m.
ET on FOX (FOX Sports GO) The Indianapolis Colts will be without their starting quarterback, Andrew Luck, for the rest the season.
The team has lost six straight and nine of the last 11 games, but Luck is still playing.
Luck is averaging 32.4 points per game and has completed 65.7 percent of his passes for 1,913 yards and 15 touchdowns.
In Week 1, Luck will face a defense that allowed the fourth-most points per passing play (17.8) in the league.
The Colts defense will be missing three key players.
They have the league’s No. 1-ranked run defense and are allowing just 24.4 yards per game.
They are also allowing a league-high 18.6 points per contest, second-most in the NFL.
Indianapolis is also without starting safety Reggie Nelson (shoulder), who is questionable.
The offense is expected to be strong against a Dolphins defense that has allowed the second-fewest points per play (15.3) in football (behind only the Green Bay Packers).
Indianapolis is a win away from a home playoff game for the first time since 2007.
Week 2 vs. Cleveland Browns – 8 p.s.m., Fox (FOX) The Cleveland Browns have a long way to go before clinching a playoff spot.
But this game will determine which team finishes in first place.
The Browns are still without a quarterback (Andrew Luck), but the team has won five straight and has won six of the past seven.
The game will be played in the AFC South, where the Cleveland Browns are 8-2.
The Ravens, who have lost seven of their past eight, will be hoping to get back on track after losing to the Bengals in Week 1.
The Bengals are No. 4 in total defense (314.7 yards per contest) and No. 3 in passing defense (104.3).
The Ravens have been without cornerback Chris Culliver (knee), who has been out since Week 4 with a knee injury.
The Bills will be facing a defense featuring top cornerbacks Brent Grimes (Sleeper) and Xavier Rhodes (Sickness) and safety Reggie Ragland (groin).
The Bills have allowed a league high 38.5 points per performance, third-most.
The defense is expected be a big reason why the Bills finish third in the division.
Week 3 at Miami Dolphins – 9:00 a.m.-1 p.d., ESPN (ESPN+) The Miami Dolphins are coming off a bye week, and they will be looking to build off that.
They will play at the home of former quarterback Matt Moore (who played for them) and rookie running back Damien Williams (who plays for them).
The Dolphins have lost six of their last eight games, including a 16-point loss to the Browns in Week 9.
The Dolphins defense will also be missing defensive end Cameron Wake (ankle) and cornerback Tracy Porter (knees).
The defense has allowed a touchdown in four straight games.
Miami is 8-1 and should be able to bounce back after a lackluster Week 2.
Week 4 at Oakland Raiders – 1 p.p.m, Fox (NFL Network) The Oakland Raiders will be playing their first home game since 2009.
The Raiders will open their season with a road game against the Houston Texans.
The Texans are 10-2 and the last team the Raiders beat in the postseason in 2014.
The Broncos and Rams will meet on the road in Week 4.
Denver is coming off an impressive win over the Green Beret Packers, while the Raiders are coming out of a bye.
The win over Green Bay was a big blow to Oakland’s hopes of making the playoffs and making the Super Bowl.
The Rams have allowed 30 or more points in three of their four games.
The Cowboys are coming into the game with an 8-3 record and are expected to win their final three games of the season after defeating the Packers.
The Redskins are coming back from a 10-game losing streak to beat the Chargers and Chiefs.
The Chiefs will be a tough team to win in Week 3.
The Chargers have the No. 2-ranked pass defense in the NFC and the No