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Preview Roundups
September 26, 2021
New Orleans at New England 1:00 PM ET
As the NFL's highest-scoring teams over the past decade, the New England Patriots and the New Orleans Saints are in unfamiliar territory these days as they prepare to meet Sunday afternoon in Foxborough, Mass.
Indianapolis at Tennessee 1:00 PM ET
Carson Wentz wants to play, but the Indianapolis Colts are unlikely to identify a starting quarterback for their Week 3 visit to the Tennessee Titans until gameday.
Atlanta at N.Y. Giants 1:00 PM ET
The New York Giants are beginning to see a few positives after what has been a negative start to the season.
L.A. Chargers at Kansas City 1:00 PM ET
It's easy to point at the late fumble, or the bad interception thrown by none other than Patrick Mahomes as primary reasons for the Kansas City Chiefs' first defeat last week.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM ET
For 17 years, Ben Roethlisberger has been an obstacle the Bengals have seldom been able to get past. Whether the quarterback will be barring the way again remains in question as the Pittsburgh Steelers host Cincinnati at Heinz Field on Sunday.
Chicago at Cleveland 1:00 PM ET
Rookie quarterback Justin Fields will make his first career start when the Chicago Bears visit the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon.
Baltimore at Detroit 1:00 PM ET
Lamar Jackson reminded everyone of his elite playmaking ability when he led the Baltimore Ravens past the Kansas City Chiefs in prime time Sunday.
Arizona at Jacksonville 1:00 PM ET
Kyler Murray's career is off to a sizzling start, while Trevor Lawrence is going through some first-year growing pains.
Washington at Buffalo 1:00 PM ET
The Buffalo Bills hope this is the week quarterback Josh Allen gets untracked when they face the Washington Football Team on Sunday in Orchard Park,
N.Y. Jets at Denver 4:05 PM ET
The Denver Broncos have won with defense so far in the young season, and as they prepare for their home opener Sunday against the New York Jets they will try to keep rolling despite a growing injury report.
Miami at Las Vegas 4:05 PM ET
Traveling west and playing the Las Vegas Raiders (2-0) was always going to be a difficult task for the Miami Dolphins.
Seattle at Minnesota 4:25 PM ET
What's worse: Suffering two defeats on the road on the last play of the game or blowing a 14-point, fourth-quarter lead at home?
Tampa Bay at L.A. Rams 4:25 PM ET
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be without dynamic receiver Antonio Brown when they face the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on Sunday in a rematch from last season.
Green Bay at San Francisco 8:20 PM ET
Through two games, the San Francisco 49ers have two wins and perhaps the same number of healthy running backs on their roster.