The NFL. If you’re not watching it, you’re at least aware of it. The fans demand it, some more than others. This week’s most demanded games are a bit random, but bookended by some heated NFC East divisional matchups.

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins

Coming in at No. 5 is Dallas Cowboys taking on the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. The ‘Boys are surging right now after back to back victories at home against Seattle and Buffalo, while the Skins are clutching to life after dropping five straight. Average ticket prices are averaging $196 today, but listings are available on SeatGeek for as low as $87.

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Sunday 1:00 PM Landover, MD tickets from $84

Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots

Our No. 4 game was meant to be Matt Cassel’s homecoming when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the New England Patriots in Foxboro, but a recent hand injury looks to have taken much of the hype out of this one. Without Cassel and with Brady being Brady, we’ll have to see if ‘the Hoody’ shows some mercy if this thing gets out of hand early. With more than a few former Pats staffers now collecting checks in Kansas City, I doubt it. Tickets are averaging at $201 right now, but fans can still find listings on SeatGeek for as low as $33.

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Monday 8:30 PM Foxboro, MA tickets from $124

San Diego Chargers at Chicago Bears

The No. 3 most demanded game this week is an afternoon showdown between the San Diego Chargers and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The Bears look to be in good shape riding a four-game win streak while the Chargers continue to lose heartbreakers. After putting down the surprising Detroit Lions last week, most fans are expecting another dominant performance from the Bears’ defense on Sunday. Ticket prices are averaging $212, but fans can find listings on SeatGeek at Soldier Field starting at $140.

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Sunday 3:15 PM Chicago, IL tickets from $124

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers

Our second most demanded game for this Sunday is a bit surprising, but given the Pack’s undefeated run makes a lot of sense. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers aren’t exactly rivals, but demand for any home game at Lambeau Field is going to be warrant unusually high demand, especially this season. These are two teams in very different places. The Packers look to repeat as Super Bowl champions while the Bucs are staring at another top 5 draft choice in 2012. Analysts are even hinting that Aaron Rodgers could be taken out of the game and rested if the Packers can put the game away early. Tickets prices are averaging at $219 right now with ‘get in’ prices starting at about $125 on SeatGeek.

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Sunday 12:00 PM Green Bay, WI tickets from $187

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

Finally, the No. 1 most demanded game for week 11 in the NFL stars the Mike Vick-less Philadelphia Eagles and Eli Manning’s New York Giants. Of course we don’t know today whether or not Vick will actually suit up, but even two broken ribs might not be enough to keep him out entirely. The Giants sit alone atop the NFC East at 6-3, but divisional games are always played tougher than most. After being crowned this season’s unofficial future Super Bowl champions in the pre-season, the Eagles are trying to salvage a season that could be politely described as not living up to expectations. Tickets prices are averaging a league-high $237 for this divisional rivalry, but fans can still find listings on SeatGeek starting just under $100. General admission tickets can be had for about half that.

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Sunday 8:20 PM East Rutherford, NJ tickets from $140