NFL Week 3 Schedule, TV, Live Streaming: Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers; Highlights, matches to watch


If the first two weeks of the season are any indication, Week 3 will be some exciting football. Week 1 was all about upsets, Week 2 was full of comebacks, and I can’t wait to see what incredible games we get this week.

Now that we have a few games behind us, it’s clear which teams have it and which teams are struggling.

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Some games to catch this week:

Sunday, 1 pm ET
CBS Streaming: FuboTV, Paramount+

Special game , New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals

If you had asked me at the start of the season if a game between the defending AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals and the defending AFC East last place New York Jets would be a significant game, I would have laughed. But after two straight losses from the Bengals, games that seemed within reach, this third game will be more telling.

The Bengals offensive line has continued to show its weaknesses this season, following what it did last year. Quarterback Joe Burrow has been sacked 13 times, more than all other AFC North quarterbacks combined. Burrow is on pace to be sacked 110.5 times, which would surpass the previous record set in 2002 when Derek Carr was sacked 76 times in a season.

That wild number won’t be reached, but it puts into perspective how often the burro hits the ground. This is not sustainable, and the Bengals need to improve their offensive line issues soon.

The Bengals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys by three points apiece, and while not everyone is panicking yet, a loss to the Jets this week will certainly sound more alarm bells.

Now let’s look at the Jets who went 1-1 against the Cleveland Browns this week. A win won’t change the team’s trajectory, but it’s an improvement over last year’s 0-3 start and will certainly give the team confidence and momentum.

I expect the Bengals to take it, because they have to, right? The Bengals’ two-game losing streak has already stunned their fans, and a third loss to a bottom-ranked team would add to the shock.

Sunday, 4:25 PM ET
Fox Streaming: fuboTV (Free 7-Day Trial)

Special game , Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals are two teams I have a lot of questions about this year. Both teams can To be well and be good, but I wouldn’t be surprised if either of these teams gets a quick exit from the playoffs.

The Cardinals are 1-1 after games on each end of the spectrum. Week 1 was a notable loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, and Week 2 was an overtime win against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Quarterback Kyler Murray looked solid in the Week 2 win, but where he fits among the league’s best quarterbacks is still a bit to be desired. He can be too hot or too cold, and I expect more consistency from the 25-year-old.

The Rams are coming off a Super Bowl victory, but went nearly 0-2 after a blowout loss to the Bills and nearly blew a 28-3 lead, ironically, to the Atlanta Falcons.

Quarterback Matthew Stafford, who is dealing with elbow tendinitis, threw three interceptions in Week 1 and another two in Week 2.

I look at both quarterbacks this week to lead their teams and prove they are contenders in the league.

Sunday, 4:25 PM ET
Fox Streaming: fuboTV (Free 7-Day Trial)

Special game , Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Green Bay Packers

Tom Brady. Aaron Rodgers. Both teams are coming out victorious. A potential playoff or NFC Championship preview, too? This is one of the games I’m most excited to see.

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are off to a 2-0 start to the season after double-digit wins over the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints.

The Bucs will be without wide receiver Mike Evans, who is a commit A game suspension For his part in the multi-player fight in the win over the Saints.

The Packers got off to a rough start this season, and the growing pains of losing key offensive players were evident. The team bounced back last week against their old rivals, the Chicago Bears, who proved they still “belong to the Bears.”

Rodgers’ offense looked together in Week 2, but doing so against the Bucs will be a big challenge. This season, Rodgers discussed the difference in having a younger team, but said he was committed to molding it into a winning team.

I’m waiting for this team to really put up some championship-caliber play, and have a great chance to show that against another championship hopeful this week.

This will be the first Rodgers-Brady clash since 2020.

Week 3 schedule


Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 8:15 p.m


New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers, 1 p.m
Houston Texans at Chicago Bears, 1 p.m
Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m
Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots, 1 p.m
Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets, 1 p.m
Las Vegas Raiders at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders, 1 p.m
Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 p.m
Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks, 4:25 p.m
Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:25 p.m
San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos, 8:20 p.m


Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants, 8:15 p.m



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