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Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys

(FOX — 1 p.m.)

The Falcons are running the NFC East gauntlet, and though neither of their two games have been blowouts, they’ve looked good thus far and sport a 2-0 record. The Cowboys are also 2-0 on the season, but Brandon Weeden is the starting quarterback while Tony Romo is out, and wide receiver Dez Bryant won’t be available to catch passes. It could be a long season for the Cowboys.

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

It already is a long season for Andrew Luck and the Colts. The quarterback has drawn nearly universal praise thus far in his NFL career, but turnovers are beginning to be a problem, and the Colts are 0-2 to start. Meanwhile, the Tennessee Titans are sitting at 1-1. Rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota has had one phenomenal game and one middling game, so things can go either way at this stage.

Oakland Raiders at Cleveland Browns

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

Both the Raiders and the Browns have been considered bad teams in recent years, but both already have a win in this young season. The Browns got their first victory with the help of Johnny Manziel, but he’ll be back on the sidelines as Josh McCown is recovered from his injury. McCown will be up against Derek Carr and the Raiders. There was an injury scare in Week 1 that had Oakland thinking they might be without Carr in Week 2, but he was able to play and he led them to a thrilling win over Baltimore.

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

That thrilling win for the Raiders was a deflating loss for the Ravens. They’re at 0-2 on the season after dropping that game and the season opener to Denver. Both games were very close, though, so the Ravens aren’t lost yet. But they’ve got a tough divisional game against the 2-0 Bengals, who made short work of the Raiders in Week 1 and bested San Diego in Week 2.

Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

Tom Brady is playing football, whether the NFL likes it or not, and he’s been dominant through two weeks. The Patriots look primed and ready to spoil a good thing going on for Blake Bortles and the Jaguars. Somehow, the Jaguars are tied for first place in their division thanks to struggles from the Colts, but few think they have much of a shot against the Patriots.

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

(FOX — 1 p.m.)

The NFC South was the weakest division in football last season, but it currently features two 2-0 teams in the Falcons and the Panthers. They also have an 0-2 team, the Saints. Drew Brees and that offense just can’t seem to get going, while the Panthers are looking good after wins over Jacksonville and Houston. Scoring a win over New Orleans at this stage could be huge in the division going forward.

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets

(FOX — 1 p.m.)

These two teams are sitting at opposite ends of where folks expected they would be through two games. Chip Kelly’s Eagles have been a huge mess despite all of the moves the team made to try and improve. But Ryan Fitzpatrick and a tough defense have led the Jets to some big ones. That defense probably hasn’t seen much from Sam Bradford and DeMarco Murray to be concerned that they’ll do anything but dominate Sunday’s game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans

(FOX — 1 p.m.)

Rookie first overall pick Jameis Winston had about as terrible a debut as you can have in Week 1, and his team got a loss there. But he looked much, much better in Week 2, leading his team to a win over the rival Saints. He’ll go up against a Texans team that has lost both its games, falling to both Kansas City and Carolina.

San Diego Chargers at Minnesota Vikings

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

The Chargers kicked off their season with a thrilling win over Detroit, but fell to the Bengals in their second game. They’ve got an interesting task this year in the AFC West. Nobody knows quite how Peyton Manning will look by the end of the season, so there’s always a chance to win the division. Minnesota finally saw Adrian Peterson look like the game-breaking playmaker he is in Week 2 as well, so this should be a good one to watch.

Pittsburgh Steelers at St. Louis Rams

(CBS — 1 p.m.)

After beating Seattle in Week 1, the Rams came back to Earth in Week 2, falling to Washington in a very poor performance. Meanwhile, the Steelers overcame a Week 1 loss to dominate San Francisco worse than any team has been dominated yet this season. It’s safe to say Pittsburgh is favored in this game.

San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals

(FOX — 4:05 p.m.)

As noted above, the 49ers looked absolutely lost against the Steelers and the Cardinals are looking like one of the top teams in the league. Arizona is on top of the tough NFC West currently, and can do themselves a lot of favors by downing the 49ers in this game.

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins

(CBS — 4:25 p.m.)

Buffalo carries a lot of hype after beating the Indianapolis Colts in Week 1, but it didn’t put them in a position to take down Brady and the Patriots. Tyrod Taylor and the offense looked seriously lacking, and Sunday’s game against the Dolphins should tell us a lot about them. Miami owns a win over Washington and a loss to the Jaguars, so they can go any way.

Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks

(CBS — 4:25 p.m.)

The Seahawks have been dominant in the NFC West for years, but they’re off to a shocking 0-2 start after dropping games to the Rams and Green Bay. Both were tough outs, admittedly, but it doesn’t change the facts. Still, Jimmy Clausen will be starting at quarterback for Chicago, and he’ll be doing so in about as hostile territory as possible: Seattle’s home opener.

Denver Broncos at Detroit Lions

(NBC — 8:30 p.m.)

The Lions have suffered two close losses already this season, falling to San Diego and Minnesota. Matthew Stafford isn’t being protected this season, and he’s not getting help from a running game. Those are both going to be huge issues against a Broncos team that is winning games on the back of a stalwart defense. Said defense has been great rushing the passer, so Stafford needs to be on notice here.

Monday, Sept. 28

Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers

(ESPN — 8:30 p.m.)

The Chiefs are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Broncos. They held a lead heading into the final minute of the game against Denver, and then allowed the Broncos to score twice, dropping them to 1-1 on the season. Meanwhile, the Packers are looking great at 2-0, with James Jones picking up the slack for an injured Jordy Nelson.

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