It’s Week 3 and after waiting a couple of weeks to see where the league would develop, I’ve learned absolutely nothing about any of these teams. All I know is Kansas City is ridiculous and the Patriots are still Patrioting. *eye roll*
Let’s take a look at the Week 3 schedule and see games are MUST-WATCH:
Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs
This is the obvious game of the week and it’s never particularly close. This is quite literally the game that could decide who wins the MVP Award. Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes are the best two quarterbacks in the NFL right now.
Mahomes and Jackson both lead the league with 7 touchdown passes. Mahomes is 2nd in yards per attempt (10.7) and Jackson is third (10.5). Lamar Jackson leads the league in quarterback rating and Patrick Mahomes is third.
You get it. They’re good at football.
This is going to be a SHOOT OUT. First team to 100 points wins.
New York Giants @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The legend begins on Sunday. Eli Manning has been shot behind the barn Old Yeller style. Enter Daniel Jones, the Prince of the Pride Lands. The Duke from Duke. He’s basically Eli Manning 2.0, ya know, if Eli Manning could bootleg out of the pocket and accurately throw the ball down the field and just actually play the quarterback position. He’s Eli with talent.
Also, the Bucs might be good(???)
Carolina Panthers @ Arizona Cardinals
I still do not understand what the Arizona Cardinals offense is but I am watching all of their games to figure out what Kliff Kingsbury is even doing over there. The Cardinals might be on this Must-Watch weekly article for the remainder of the season. I love the air raid in college and it doesn’t seem to really be uh, doing much in the NFL…
It’s also worth seeing what in the fuck is good with Cam Newton. I need one more week to determine whether or not the Panthers should be completely ignored this season. Very good chance that Cam Newton is simply broken and should probably join Andrew Luck backpacking through Belarus.
Houston Texans @ San Diego Chargers
That week 1 Monday Night Football game about the New Orleans Saints was an instant classic. Deshaun Watson is special. He’s essentially out there playing with no offensive line every year and he’s still one of the best in the sport.
At the same time, the Chargers are also must watch because you know it’s going to come down to the end of the 4th quarter and some no-name kicker is going to shank a game-tying field goal to the right. As is tradition.
Los Angeles Rams @ Cleveland Browns
Both the Rams and Browns are having odd seasons. The Rams were supposed to be penciled in as NFC West winners and Super Bowl favorites yet somehow they struggled to beat the Saints after Drew Brees busted his thumb up and left the game.
The Browns were supposed to be a super team or whatever and the Tennesee Titans ate their lunch Week 1. Then they played against Luke Falk last Monday night and struggled to really show off their talents. If it weren’t for a busted coverage, we would’ve forgotten that Odell was even out there.
One of these teams need to prove that their like, good.
Also Aaron Donald might rip Baker Mayfield in half.