Raise your hand if you saw the newly relocated Rams, with a 31-year-old rookie head coach, going 11-5 and taking the division. Keep your hand raised because you're a liar—nobody saw that coming.
The St. Louis Los Angeles Rams will have a shot at proving they're for real as they hosts last year's NFC champs in the first day's nightcap. The Falcons, meanwhile, will try avenge their 28-3 Super Bowl meltdown from last year.
3. Panthers at Saints, 4:40 p.m. ET, Sunday
The third time's the charm—at least that's what the Panthers are hoping. These divisional foes met twice already this season, with New Orleans taking both matchups—34-13 in Week 3 and 31-21 in Week 13. The former kick-started an eight-game winning streak for the Saints after an 0-2 start. The 11-5 teams kick off the final game of the playoffs' opening weekend.