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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Five NFL Games to Watch- Week 3

A weekly feature taking place during the NFL season. After going 5-5 through two weeks, here are the five biggest games to watch in the NFL for Week 3.





5. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sunday Afternoon- 1:00pm
Raymond James Stadium- Tampa, FL


  • Are the Buccaneers for real or is the 2-0 record an illusion?
  • How will Charlie Batch perform given the reigns as starter?
  • Which defensive unit, stout in two straight weeks, will come out on top?
Prediction: Steelers 13-10




4.) New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins
Sunday Night- 8:20pm
Sun Life Stadium- Miami, FL

  • Which Mark Sanchez will we see, Week 1 or Week 2?
  • How will the loss of Darrelle Revis effect the performance of the Jets D?
  • Is this the week Chad Henne finally breaks out?
Prediction: Dolphins 20-13




3. Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints
Sunday Afternoon- 1:00pm
Louisiana Superdome- New Orleans, LA


  • Will the loss of Reggie Bush effect the Saints offense?
  • How many touches will an injured Michael Turner get?
  • Which defense will bend but not break for the win?
Prediction: Saints 24-20



2. Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans
Sunday Afternoon- 1:00pm
Reliant Stadium- Houston, TX


  • Is this the game the Cowboys finally get off over the hump and out of their own way?
  • Will the Cowboys run to victory or keep using the arm of Romo to try to get the job done?
  • Will Andre Johnson's hobbled ankle hold back the Texans high flying offensive potential?
Prediction: Texans 24-21




1. Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
Monday Night- 8:00pm
Soldier Field- Chicago, IL


  • How will Mike Martz's offense fair against the dangerous Packers defense?
  • Can the Packers survive without a legit and consistent running threat?
  • Who will go 3-0 and take the lead in the NFC North Division?
Prediction: Packers 27-17

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