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NFL Week 3 Morning Games: Open Thread

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NFL: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills

The 2-0 Broncos are looking to stay perfect as they travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. Can Trevor Siemian continue to score touchdowns at an unprecedented rate or will he turn back into a pumpkin?

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

Will the Saints fall to 0-3 or will they pull off the upset in Carolina? They have not impressed this season, but they still have a ton of offensive firepower.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears

Le’Veon Bell still has not gotten on track this season, but his workload was back to usual this week. Perhaps he can finally return to form in Chicago.

Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions

This game is unexpectedly the most exciting matchup of the morning slate as both teams enter the contest at 2-0. Matt Ryan and Matthew Stafford have both been excellent early in the season. This could be a shootout.

Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts

The Browns are favored on the road. What has this world come to? They deserve to be, though. The Colts without Andrew Luck are arguably the worst team in football.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings will be without Sam Bradford again this week and Case Keenum did not look good filling in last week. This one could get ugly if he doesn’t show improvement.

Houston Texans at New England Patriots

This game is as close as a sure thing as you’ll find in the NFL. The Patriots are at home against rookie quarterback and rookie quarterbacks just don’t go into Foxboro and win.

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets

The Jets are terrible and Dolphins looked pretty good last week. This is a divisional game, but it’s hard to imagine the Jets beating anyone this year.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

Eli Manning continues to be terrible and the Eagles front seven is scary good. This could be a laugher if they get to Manning early and often.