Madden 24 coins Draft private tracker for workouts 2013: The most up-to-date visit list for the Madden NFL 24

The Madden NFL 24 Draft has been set to be just over two weeks away. However, teams are doing their due diligence by hosting prospects for visits. Prospects have accrued frequent flights, and traveled across the country to meet with teams.

With the bye weeks over, we're starting to reach the stretch run in the Madden NFL 24 season as the playoff picture begins to come into better focus. Our expert panel is again back to provide another batch of picks for the coming week.

This week is the time for the annual Thanksgiving tournament, with the most intriguing game featuring a clash between the Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys remain in last place at 3-7 but seem renewed after being able to welcome back Tony Romo. They'll try to be the first team to get past the undefeated Panthers, and it might be more plausible than people believe. Our panel is equally split on this one and four of them picking Carolina and four going with Dallas.

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Saturday's 1 p.m. schedule features a few games with significant playoff implications, and one of the crucial matchups takes place in the Georgia Dome when the Atlanta Falcons (6-4) host the Minnesota Vikings (7-3). The Falcons are in a funk following starting the season with a 5-0 record, but have suffered losses in four of their last five games. They're letting the rest of the field make up for it in the NFC Wild Card race. The Vikings were beaten to the top of their division when they fell in a road game against the Green Bay Packers, but they are still a major player within the NFC. Our experts forecast Atlanta's tailspin to last with a pick of Minnesota by a 6-2 advantage.

The NFC East is as big the same a chance as it has ever been, but a significant division game will be played at FedEx Field when Washington (4-6) takes on the New York Giants (5-5). The Giants are coming off a bye after an extremely tough loss to New England Patriots in Week 10. while Washington's momentum was cut short by a blowout by the Panthers. It's fitting that the division is so wide, there's not a consensus on the panel, and cheap mut 24 coins there's only a slight advantage of 5-3 to the Giants.