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SEAHAWKS VS COWBOYS
CenturyLink Field | 6:25 am AEST
Dallas rides high into Seattle on the energy of a miracle comeback to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2, but the Cowboys have been roughed up by opposing quarterbacks. That’s bad news considering Seahawks QB Russell Wilson enters off of a five-touchdown game. Wilson has more touchdown passes (9) this season than incompletions (7). His passer rating in the first two games was 143.1 at Atlanta and 132.1 in Week 2, when the Seahawks survived the Patriots with a goal-line stand as time expired. But Wilson has also been hit more times than any quarterback in the NFC through two games. Dallas has concerns up front. Left tackle Tyron Smith has been hobbled and the Cowboys are trying to settle on the right mix in front of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott.
CHARGERS VS PANTHERS
SoFi Stadium | 6:05 am AEST
Justin Herbert is getting another start for the Chargers this week as Tyrod Taylor deals with multiple health issues. His original rib injury happened in the Week 1 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but Taylor reportedly had his lung punctured when he received a pain-killing injection to try to play last week. Instead, Herbert got the spot start and nearly led the Chargers to the upset win over the Kansas City Chiefs. There is not as much concern for Herbert and Company about matching the offensive output of the Panthers. Carolina lost running back Christian McCaffrey, who has four touchdowns this season, for at least three weeks due to an ankle injury. Journeyman Mike Davis was named the starter. The Panthers must get more out of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater without McCaffrey down. The Chargers are capable of making life tough on quarterbacks, especially if Carolina isn’t able to keep the Los Angeles front honest with a decent running threat from Davis.
STEELERS VS TEXANS
Heinz Field | 3:00 am AEST
Ben Roethlisberger has a growing array of options in the passing game with Diontae Johnson emerging as a strong No. 2 option to JuJu Smith-Schuster. More defenses are focusing attention to Smith-Schuster as Johnson is left to face one-on-one coverage. Given the success of the running game, a timeshare led by James Conner, Houston must determine where to align its safeties against unique formations and multiple-wide receiver looks from the Steelers. Pittsburgh put Broncos backup Jeff Driskel on the turf with six sacks last week and the Texans don’t know the status of left tackle Laremy Tunsil. He missed Wednesday’s practice with an elbow injury. That could heap an extra helping of pressure on running back David Johnson and quarterback Deshaun Watson. Facing one of the most exotic and aggressive front sevens in the NFL, the Texans can’t afford to fall into an early hole or Watson could pay dearly.
EAGLES VS BENGALS
Lincoln Financial Field | 3:00 am AEST
Another week, another pile up on the Eagles’ offensive line. Philadelphia is working to establish cohesion in a group destroyed by injuries. Four of the original starting five have had injury issues and three remain sidelined. The collateral damage has been poor performances by Carson Wentz and a ragged look from the wide receiver corps. DeSean Jackson still looks like a deep threat and the Eagles are holding out hope the line comes together in front of running back Miles Sanders. The Bengals are 0-2, though signs of life exist as rookie QB Joe Burrow threw 61 passes and fell shy of a rally for a win at Cleveland last Thursday. The Bengals were also very much in the opener before bowing to the Chargers due in part to a missed field goal. Cincinnati hasn’t established an identity on defense. The Bengals were conservative in Week 1. If Burrow is turned loose against an injury-weakened Eagles’ defense, Philadelphia could fall to 0-3.
GIANTS VS 49ERS
MetLife Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
Nick Mullens is the starting quarterback for the 49ers with Jimmy Garoppolo hobbled by the ankle injury sustained in the first half of last week’s win over the New York Jets. Back on the same field for a showdown with the Giants, the 49ers spent the week working out in West Virginia to minimize travel and lost preparation time. Running backs Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman are not expected to play for the 49ers. Instead, Jerick McKinnon stands to get the bulk of the work out of the backfield. Tight end George Kittle is back at practice but considering his knee injury, the team’s corner about turf at MetLife Stadium and Jordan Reed’s two-TD day last week, he might sit. The Giants are spinning their wheels once more with Saquon Barkley (ACL) out for the season and wide receiver Sterling Shepard placed on injured reserve. The loss of Barkley could oddly benefit Daniel Jones with the focus shifting to the passing game. The Giants did add Devonta Freeman behind Dion Lewis, but the former Falcons’ Pro Bowl running back is unliely to be ready for game action.
SAINTS VS PACKERS
Mercedes-Benz Superdome | 10:20 am AEST
A pair of quarterbacks out to prove their prime hasn’t yet passed are back at it this week in New Orleans. Aaron Rodgers is off to a sizzling start but its his backfield mate, Aaron Jones, who is doing a ton of the heavy lifting for the Packers. Jones is in the midst of a do-everything start to the season. The Saints don’t want to see him coming, not after flailing and falling against Josh Jacobs and the Raiders on Monday night. New Orleans looked defenseless against tight end Darren Waller, but the Packers don’t have a reasonable facsimile of the big Raiders’ target. Instead they’ll likely align with three- and four-wide receivers sets while blending in traditional looks. The Saints were without Michael Thomas in the loss Week 2 at Las Vegas and the offense sputtered after a quick start. Alvin Kamara is a scary weapon because of his versatility as a receiver but minus Thomas, the Saints were predictable and penalty prone.
PATRIOTS VS RAIDERS
Gillette Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
Cam Newton is putting up numbers well ahead of his pace from the MVP season — and Super Bowl year — of 2015 with the Carolina Panthers as he attempts to steer the Patriots back to the top of the AFC East without Tom Brady. Newton had New England without two yards of a win at Seattle in Week 2. At 1-1, the Patriots are thriving offensively but many holes are evident on the other side of the ball. A pass rush that requires some blitz help and soft play from their safeties might be long-term concerns for New England. That Patriots were one of the hardest-hit rosters by COVID-19 opt outs before the season began. The Raiders are a high-effort defense that has tested opponents off the edge. But bending wide to collapse the pocket opens broad running lanes for Newton.
VIKINGS VS TITANS
U.S. Bank Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
Kirk Cousins and the Vikings are off to a winless start, without direction as an offense with a defense fighting injuries. Minimal pass rush continues to expose the Vikings’ defensive backfield. Yannick Ngakoue was acquired to bring heat but the former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end has largely been absent without Danielle Hunter to collapse from the left side. The Vikings’ secondary will be tested by the power and play-action game from the Titans. With misdirection and shifting, Tennessee works to find one-on-one matchups to free tight end Jonnu Smith, who is often the first read for quarterback Ryan Tannehill. When Tannehill does go short, Derrick Henry has the power and might to steamroll Minnesota’s second-level defenders. The Titans upgraded defensively by signing Jadeveon Clowney, who is a mismatch for the Vikings.
COLTS VS JETS
Lucas Oil Stadium | 6:05 am AEST
Power football is the name of the game for the Colts these days with an offensive line capable of plowing through the stumblebum Jets. Rookie Jonathan Taylor looks like a star and made it look easy in his first start last week. The Colts want to get Philip Rivers a TD pass at home — it will be the 400th in his NFL career — and should be able to expose a New York weakness at safety. Le’Veon Bell is still out for the Jets, leaving quarterback Sam Darnold to create with little else around him. The Colts are leading the league in total defense, surrendering just 208 yards per game.
BRONCOS VS BUCCANEERS
Empower Field at Mile High | 6:25 am AEST
A long line of injuries has the Denver Broncos turning to backups at many key positions. Key starters including Von Miller, Drew Lock, Courtland Sutton and others are sidelined as the Broncos shuffle out their mixed first and second units against a Tom Brady-led Buccaneers team. The Bucs are formidable as an offense already and might have found a dependable combination on the ground with Leonard Fournette as the fourth-quarter finisher in last week’s win. Brady should have his full complement of receivers healthy for the first time this week. The Broncos attacked downfield with Jeff Driskel at Pittsburgh but he was sacked six times and threw two interceptions.
BROWNS VS REDSKINS
FirstEnergy Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
Two running backs in better than one in Cleveland, where Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt are teaming to make for a dynamic 1-2 punch. Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham Jr. rekindled their connection last week. Keeping those elements clicking depends on how well the Browns’ offensive line plays against a dominant defensive line from the Washington Football Team. Washington leads the NFL with 11 sacks after two games. The Browns are likely to go with a run-first attack early to set the tempo and an early lead, like the 20-0 edge the Arizona Cardinals gained over Washingotn last week, could open things up for Mayfield.
BILLS VS RAMS
Bills Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
The Bills’ 58 points scored after Week 2 is good for third in the AFC behind the Las Vegas Raiders (68) and the Baltimore Ravens (71) and quarterback Josh Allen leads the NFL in passing yards. Allen has six touchdown passes and couldn’t be happier with new No. 1 receiver Stefon Diggs. The Rams are hurting at running back entering Week 3. Los Angeles is 2-0 and leads the NFL in rushing attempts. Darrell Henderson had 81 yards and a touchdown on Sunday at Philadelphia after Cam Akers left the game. Akers did not practice on Wednesday.
FALCONS VS BEARS
Mercedes-Benz Stadium | 3:00 am AEST
Matt Ryan lit up the Dallas Cowboys for 39 points, one week after the Falcons had three 100-yard receivers. But Atlanta prepares to play the Chicago Bears without a win this season because of a faulty defense. No pass rush, a chronic ailment in Atlanta, and shaky cornerback play are allowing quarterbacks too much time to scan and wait for receivers to find openings. The Bears are 2-0 with a road win at Detroit. Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky looks more confident and comfortable as the Bears commit to a more ground-oriented offense with David Montgomery as the headliner. Because of open-field tackling woes, don’t be surprised to see Tarik Cohen take on an expanded role this week at Atlanta.
CARDINALS VS LIONS
State Farm Stadium | 6:25am AEST
The Lions are limping in on a losing streak of 11 games and lost each of their first two games this season by blowing 10-plus point leads to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. It’s not all bad news for Detroit with No. 1 receiver Kenny Golladay returning to the lineup for the first time in 2020. The Cardinals are a quick-strike outfit with weapons galore now that DeAndre Hopkins lines up opposite Larry Fitzgerald. Quarterback Kyler Murray has been more efficient and doesn’t hesitate to tuck the ball in run when teams drop into coverage.