The Patriots have Tom Brady at QB. The Cardinals have backup Kevin Kolb at QB. Enough said.
Buccaneers at Giants (Sunday 1pm)
The Giants couldn’t run the ball at all against the Cowboys last week, but will they try more this week?
Raiders at Dolphins (Sunday 1pm)
If Ryan Tannehill can get it past the line of scrimmage, the Fins have a chance.
Texans at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
The Texans will be THAT team this year that just gets the job done week in and week out. Not flashy, just winners.
Browns at Bengals (Sunday 1pm)
Things can’t get any worse for Browns QB Brandon Weeden, right (4 INT’s in 1st NFL start)?
Chiefs at Bills (Sunday 1pm)
The Bills looked awful in Week 1 against the Jets. But, so did the Chiefs as each team gave 40+ points.
Ravens at Eagles (Sunday 1pm)
The Ravens are for real.
Saints at Panthers (Sunday 1pm)
Last 34 games between these two: 17-17.
Vikings at Colts (Sunday 1pm)
Despite eeking out a bizarre win last week against the Jaguars, the Vikings aren’t that good.
Redskins at Rams (Sunday 4pm)
Was RGIII really that good against the Saints (320 yards, 2 TD’s)?
Cowboys at Seahawks (Sunday 4pm)
If the Cowboys truly are a different team this year, they go into one of the tougher places to play and beat a team that’s not as good as them.
Jets at Steelers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Pittsburgh’s defense is not Buffalo’s defense. Welcome back to reality Mark Sanchez and the NY Jets. Plus, no Revis Island for NY.
Titans at Chargers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Titans RB Chris Johnson ran for only four yards in Week 1 against the Patriots. Trust the production will be better this week.
Lions at 49ers (Sunday 8:20pm)
The Handshake Game comes to Candlestick. Don’t expect fireworks again between Jim Schwartz and Jim Harbaugh. Do expect more fireworks from the 49ers offense.
Broncos at Falcons (Monday 8:30pm)
Peyton Manning’s only Dome game of the season. Is the Falcons offense as good as it looked in KC last week (40 points)?