Ravens at Broncos (Thursday 8:30pm)
This game should’ve been played in Baltimore as the World Champs get sent West by the Orioles/White Sox game. No Reed, no Lewis, no Boldin, no Pitta (among others), no win. Broncos get their revenge.
Patriots at Bills (Sunday 1pm)
Welcome to the NFL EJ Manuel!
Dolphins at Browns (Sunday 1pm)
These two could be two of brighter surprises in the AFC later in the season.
Bucs at Jets (Sunday 1pm)
Simply put, the Jets are awful and Darrell Revis will be bringing all of NY’s secrets with him as the newest Buc.
Seahawks at Panthers (Sunday 1pm)
Sneaky pick for game of the day. Can the Seahawks live up to the hype?
Bengals at Bears (Sunday 1pm)
Bengals see Seahawks above.
Vikings at Lions (Sunday 1pm)
The Lions offense should be sneaky good with Reggie Bush added to the mix. Who is Christian Ponder throwing to for the Vikes?
Raiders at Colts (Sunday 1pm)
The Raiders are awful.
Chiefs at Jaguars (Sunday 1pm)
Two 2-14 teams that couldn’t be more different. Chiefs are on the way up!
Falcons at Saints (Sunday 1pm)
Can you say offensive showdown? Revenge is mine says the returning Sean Payton.
Titans at Steelers (Sunday 1pm)
Two teams with no real grasp on how good or bad they’re going to be this season.
Packers at 49ers (Sunday 4:25pm)
Can the 49ers make it 2-for-2 in back-to-back season openers against the Pack?
Cardinals at Rams (Sunday 4:25pm)
Both teams will be better this season, but they’re still fighting for 3rd in the NFC West.
Giants at Cowboys (Sunday 8:30pm)
Tony Romo could have a record breaking season if his new involvement in the offense plays out.
Eagles at Redskins (Monday 7:10pm)
Chip Kelly vs. RG III. The difference? The Redskins have a defense.
Texans at Chargers (Monday 10:20pm)
The Texans could win the AFC. The Chargers are nowhere close to that.