The Atlanta Falcons have had some success in the past couple of seasons, going 11-5 during the past five years.
They’re hoping they can bounce back this season and become a contender again, but they’ve had some struggles in recent years.
The team lost two of their last three games, including a 31-13 defeat at Tennessee in Week 16.
The Falcons will be without starting running back Tevin Coleman (back), tight end Jacob Tamme (concussion) and cornerback Josh Norman (knee).
They’ve also lost wide receiver Roddy White (knees) and running back Devonta Freeman (hamstring) for the season.
Rookie running back Tre Mason is the only other player who has played in the last five games, but he missed practice for the first time in three years with a knee injury.
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said in a statement that he’s not sure how Mason’s injury will affect the team’s depth.
The Buccaneers have won five straight and eight of their past 10 games.
Tampa Bay won last week against the Seattle Seahawks and is coming off a 20-24 victory at Arizona.
The Bucs have won nine of their previous 11 games.
They are 1-1 against the Falcons.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3) host the New York Jets (1-3).
Both teams will likely play at least two more games before they play again.
The Jets lost 17-14 at Buffalo last Sunday.
The Steelers beat the Bengals 20-17 in Week 14.
They lost 23-16 at Cincinnati on Nov. 28.
The Browns will be looking to bounce back after going 3-10 in games against the Steelers.
They’ve lost eight of nine and five of their six games against Pittsburgh.
Quarterback Joe Flacco (hamstrung ankle) and wide receiver Travis Benjamin (kleptomania) are questionable for Sunday.
Quarterbacks Josh McCown (ankle) and Marcus Mariota (groin) are both questionable.