Week 2 NFL Matchups

Billy Woods | September 15th, 2019

• Cardinals (0-0-1) at Ravens (1-0). A dynamic matchup between Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson is a must-watch this Sunday.

• Cowboys (1-0) tat (0-1). The Redskins allowed the Eagles to score 32 unanswered points in Week 1. The Cowboys look to continue the magic created against the Giants.


• Colts (0-1) at Titans (1-0). The Titans surprised everyone in Week 1 with their play against the Browns. The Colts look to bounce back after an overtime loss to the Chargers.

• Seahawks (1-0) at Steelers (0-1). Both teams have limited offenses and disappointing defenses who allowed the opposition to pass all over the football field in Week 1. Wilson vs. Roethlisberger is a marquee matchup though.

• Bills (1-0) at Giants (0-1). Unfortunately for NFL fans, Saquon plays for the terrible Giants, so they’re forced to watch matchups that include the Bills and Giants.

• 49ers (1-0) at Bengals (0-1). Andy Dalton looked great last week, passing for over 400 yards against a Seahawks defense. The 49ers look to slow down the Marvin Lewis-less Bengals to make their mark in the NFC West.

• Chargers (1-0) at Lions (0-0-1). Yes, the Lions were with the Cardinals to tie last week; the worst way to end a game. The Chargers are legit Super Bowl contenders and even without Melvin Gordon, the Chargers look to continue to roll.

• Vikings (1-0) at Packers (1-0). The battle for the NFC North will be entertaining every week of the season. Both defenses in this game are in the upper half of the league. The Vikings will continue to ground and pound the football, while the Packers will rely on the right arm of Aaron Rodgers.

• Jaguars (0-1) at Texans (0-1). This Texans team is a legit Super Bowl contender. The Gardner Minshew led Jaguars will try to salvage their season after the loss of Nick Foles.

• Patriots (1-0) at Dolphins (0-1). The Dolphins enter the game as one of the biggest underdogs in modern sports memory. The Patriots seek revenge for the miracle finish in Miami last season. Brady and Belichick are still firing on all cylinders.

• Chiefs (1-0) at Raiders (1-0). The Raiders surprised everyone by dominating the Broncos, but this is the high-powered Chiefs, who’s offense will tear apart the Raiders defense.

• Saints (1-0) at Rams (1-0). The Saints seek revenge for a horrible NFC Championship loss to the Rams, when the referees snatched their season from them.

• Bears (0-1) at Broncos (0-1). Joe Flacco might ruin the Broncos season and the Trubisky slander has gone too far. If just one play is made against the Packers, the Bears win that game, and no one is killing Trubisky.

• Eagles (1-0) at Falcons (0-1). The Falcons offense can strike from anywhere. The Eagles can’t allow a 17-0 lead to build before deciding to play. The Eagles arguably have the most complete roster in the league.

• Browns (0-1) at Jets (0-1). As weird as this sounds, this might be an instance where the loser misses the playoffs. The Jets are without Darnold and the Browns need to prove themselves.

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