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REDSKINS VS EAGLES
FedExField | 3:00 am (AEST)
The Eagles won their opener last season by rallying from a 17-0 hole to beat Washington. Philadelphia can improve to 5-0 in season openers by taking down the Washington Football Team again in Week 1. The Eagles have some concerns, starting with running back Miles Sanders and right tackle Lane Johnson. Neither practiced Wednesday and Sanders has been idle for almost two weeks. Left tackle Jason Peters, re-signed to a one-year deal to play guard, is back at his old position and faces a stiff test from the jump. The Redskins are rolling out No. 2 pick Chase Young at defensive end as part of a front four that could feature any of the team’s five first-round picks along the line. Defense and ball control are likely the name of the game for Washington. QB Dwayne Haskins had his best performance of his rookie season in 2019 against the Eagles.
RAMS VS COWBOYS
SoFi Stadium | 10:20 am (AEST)
The Rams parted with Todd Gurley and are going with a three-RB rotation in Week 1. More will be placed on the running game than quarterback Jared Goff, with a play-action based attack evolving to limit turnovers. The Cowboys are set at running back with Ezekiel Elliott. He’s sure to get a workout in Week 1 and has recovered from a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. But with first-year coach Mike McCarthy at the helm, Dallas has a deep and talented wide receiver corps. Not many teams will be able to match up with Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and rookie CeeDee Lamb. This is the first week of quarterback Dak Prescott’s latest contract push. He’s playing the season on a franchise tag. He should get help from a defense that isn’t without weakness, but drew raves from peers on offense all of August.
49ERS VS CARDINALS
Levi’s Stadium | 6:25 am (AEST)
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals lost two games to the 49ers last season but Arizona didn’t blink in either game. Murray, the No. 1 pick in 2019, had several bright spots as a rookie and could take off in his second year in the NFL. Adding All-Pro-caliber wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and retaining running back Kenyan Drake in the offseason can only boost that cause. Defensively, the Cardinals are solid at every level but played from behind often last year and gave up points in bunches. They won’t likely have to contend with Deebo Samuel, who had a huge game — eight catches, 134 yards — against the Cardinals last season. The 49ers are hurting at the wide receiver position in general, and first-round pick Brandon Aiyuk is also iffy for Sunday. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a 4 TD game against Arizona that helped the 49ers get to 9-1 last season.
SAINTS VS BUCCANEERS
Mercedes-Benz Superdome | 6:25 am (AEST)
Jolly old men Drew Brees and Tom Brady share the field Sunday in a game that could help determine the pecking order in the NFC South. Brady, in his first season with the Buccaneers after 20 years and six Super Bowl rings with the Patriots, is at the controls of what could be an electric offense. Wide receiver Mike Evans (hamstring) might miss Week 1 but the Buccaneers have depth across the board to withstand an injury or three. New Orleans matches up well with the Buccaneers and the addition of Malcolm Jenkins at safety could be critical when facing wily veterans like Brady and an offense with multiple capable tight ends. The Saints aren’t afraid to throw punches with any offense, of course, even in the silent Mercedes Benz Superdome. New Orleans features running back Alvin Kamara but the Saints also can sling it to All-Pro wide receiver Michael Thomas. Slot receiver Emmanuel Sanders joined New Orleans in the offseason to bring another threat.
PATRIOTS VS DOLPHINS
Gillette Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
The post-Tom Brady era kicks off at Gillette Stadium with Cam Newton front and center for the Patriots. Newton, following four surgeries and nine seasons with the Panthers, is out to prove he still belongs in the MVP conversation. The Patriots got more than 10 years younger at the position and the offense could be more dynamic as long New England can keep its running backs healthy. Sony Michel missed training camp with a foot injury and Damien Harris, who was expected to start as of mid-August, instead went on IR with a hand injury. The Patriots were hit hard by COVID-related opt outs prior to camp and the defense will be a work in progress. That could be an opening for Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Dolphins to pull another upset. Miami beat New England in December, bumping the Patriots out of a playoff bye. Former Patriots assistant Brian Flores has committed to a full rebuild, which includes a brand new secondary and multiple rookies in big roles.
VIKINGS VS PACKERS
U.S. Bank Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
To beat the Packers, the Vikings trust the same recipe the 49ers used to annihilate Green Bay in the playoffs in January — pound the ball, heat up the pocket around Aaron Rodgers. With Dalvin Cook and a reconstructed offensive line, the Vikings no doubt will dedicate to power football. Getting to Rodgers will be more challenging now that left defensive end Danielle Hunter went on injured reserve. But the Vikings added Yannick Ngakoue, and Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer is known for developing defensive linemen. The Packers can play ball control, too, with Aaron Jones carrying the load. Green Bay is looking for more out of secondary receivers behind Davante Adams.
JAGUARS VS COLTS
TIAA Bank Field | 3:00am (AEST)
Jacksonville has been gutted since last October, when the Jaguars kicked the doors down on a rebuild by trading cornerback Jalen Ramsey, the first exit in a dramatic reset of the roster that included running back Leonard Fournette, defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, cornerback A.J. Bouye, defensive end Calais Campbell and quarterback Nick Foles. Now the Jaguars put their chips on Gardner Minshew, a second-year quarterback, and a team with little depth or talent in comparison to the rest of a rising division. The Colts have a new (old) quarterback in Philip Rivers, but the former Chargers gunslinger appears to have plenty left in the tank. Head coach Frank Reich pounded the ball against Jacksonville in two games last season and will surely force the Jaguars to commit to stopping a talented tandem of running backs in Marlon Mack and Jonathan Taylor.
LIONS VS BEARS
Ford Field | 3:00 am (AEST)
Mitchell Trubisky appeared to be dead in the water when the Bears invested in Nick Foles, a former pupil of head coach Matt Nagy. But Trubisky beat Foles for the starting job and gets to open against a team he has scorched in the past. Trubisky had two three-TD games and no turnovers against the Lions last season and is 3-2 in his career against Detroit. The Lions are committing to a heavy dose of the run game and once again spent the offseason trying to shore up the defense. But that mission included trading away Darius Slay, a proven cover cornerback, to the Eagles. Matt Stafford is back for Detroit after missing part of last season, including the Lions’ visit to Chicago, with a neck/back injury.
BENGALS VS CHARGERS
Paul Brown Stadium | 6:05 am (AEST)
Defense will be the calling card of the Chargers, who moved on from Philip Rivers in the offseason and enter 2020 with Tyrod Taylor ahead of No. 6 overall pick Justin Herbert at quarterback. The Bengals are going straight to their rookie QB. Joe Burrow is one of seven team captains and impressed coaches through the challenging offseason with his eager-to-learn, willing-to-earn attitude. Burrow was drafted into a decent position in that he has a crew of reliable outlets outside, including AJ Green, and running back Joe Mixon can help divert attention of defenses. The Chargers are relying on Austin Ekeler to replace Melvin Gordon, who was allowed to walk in the offseason after a sticky contract situation last summer. Pass rush, and namely Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram off the edge, will be of primary worry for Burrow and the Bengals.
PANTHERS VS RAIDERS
Bank of America Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
Carolina kept Christian McCaffrey on a four-year, $64 million extension but almost everything else is new for the Panthers. Head coach Matt Rhule was hired and replaced Cam Newton with Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback, let tight end Greg Olsen go and has a defensive two-deep depth chart lined with rookies. McCaffrey will be the focal point of every defense, and the Raiders spent the week talking about exactly that notion. What is to be determined for Las Vegas: how will Derek Carr distribute the ball to his new receivers? Tight end Darren Waller is a force and the Panthers, who also lost Luke Keuchly to early retirement, don’t have a great answer for him. Las Vegas also has its own version of McCaffrey in second-year back Josh Jacobs.
BILLS VS JETS
Bills Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
Expectations are off the charts in Buffalo. The Bills went to the playoffs, but bowed out in the wild-card weekend. Changes came, including the addition of wide receiver Stefon Diggs, the purported lead target for quarterback Josh Allen. There are questions up front again, and the Bills are encouraging Allen to avoid risking injury by taking off with the ball. The Jets are expecting a big jump from quarterback Sam Darnold this season after mono derailed him in 2019. With Le’Veon Bell back and promising to deliver a huge season, New York could be a dangerous offensive team in time. But until Darnold makes aggressive teams like the Bills pay, all of the attention will be on clamping down on the run game. The Jets dumped safety Jamal Adams in a trade after his very public opposition to head coach Adam Gase and his contract status. That takes a big playmaker out of the equation for a group short on difference makers.
RAVENS VS BROWNS
M&T Bank Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
Lamar Jackson lit up the Browns last season with 169 rushing yards and seven total touchdowns, but he fumbled in both games, had two interceptions and was sacked a total of four times. The Browns won the first meeting last season and that’s the subject of bulletin board material from Ravens coach John Harbaugh. Key for Cleveland in that Week 4 victory in September was a power running game behind Nick Chubb. New Browns coach Kevin Stefanski doesn’t have a perfect offensive line but a rotation of Chubb and Kareem Hunt could be Cleveland’s best shot at another upset. The Ravens are backing Jackson with a refreshed running back group of their own. Mark Ingram remains the starter but rookie J.K. Dobbins’ role will be significant.
FALCONS VS SEAHAWKS
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 3:00 am (AEST)
Russell Wilson had a rough day in Atlanta last season but the Seahawks held on for a close victory. Familiarity is an equal challenge on either side of the matchup between teacher (Pete Carroll) and pupil (Dan Quinn), though neither appears to have the potent pass rush they’d prefer. The Seahawks brought back a few old friends, including Bruce Irvin, but lost Jadeveon Clowney. Atlanta added Dante Fowler to beef up a rush package that generated only 28 sacks last season (31st in the NFL). Atlanta signed Todd Gurley, dumped by the Rams after a downtrun in production linked to a troublesome knee, to balance the offense. The Falcons also continue to invest in the offensive line, which could be the untold key entering the season.