Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season provided another solid slate of games, which included some impressive comebacks by the Dolphins to beat the Ravens and the Jets to defeat the Browns.
Heading into Week 3, there are plenty of intriguing matchups for fans to watch. It all starts when division rivals the Steelers and Browns square off on Thursday Night Football. Then there’s a showdown between two of the hottest teams in the AFC as the Dolphins battle the Bills on Sunday afternoon and some important divisional matchups.
Our NFL Wire editors offered their reasons for why you should tune in to each game in Week 3.
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Steelers at Browns
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Steelers: The pressure is on the Steelers both coaches and players to get this offense on track. Even with a short week, Pittsburgh needs to make changes to the offense if they hope to outscore anyone this season, much less the Browns this week. QB Mitch Trubisky is on the clock after two shaky starts and all eyes will be on him to see if he can do enough to hold off rookie Kenny Pickett. – Curt Popejoy, Steelers Wire
Browns: After the rest of the AFC North made the Browns feel better about blowing a two score lead in 1:55 to the Jets, they still have a fighting chance to stay in the fight over the next nine games. A win in Primetime against a divisional foe will do quite a bit for the fanbase and team. – Cory Kinnan, Browns Wire
Saints at Panthers
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Saints: Win, lose, or draw, the Saints are always watchable with Jameis Winston at quarterback. And he’s looking to bounce back after a really rough collapse against his old team. The Panthers always seem to compete hard against New Orleans in these early-season matchups, so we’ll be expecting another close one on Sunday. Let’s just hope Winston throws more bombs to the players in black and gold jerseys than…
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Publish date : 2022-09-22 04:00:19
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