Chiefs at Jaguars
This game is a rematch of the AFC divisional playoff game where the Chiefs won at the every end. It should be another close contest on Sunday. The Chiefs will get Travis Kelce back and the Jaguars look like a whole new offense with Calvin Ridley in the lineup as well. This one should be a high-scoring game and one that could come down to the wire again.
Ravens at Bengals
Whenever these two teams meet it is guaranteed to be a close and gritty game. The Ravens and Bengals have been dominating the AFC North for the past few years and this rivalry matchup could be a key in deciding who wins the division at the end of the season. Both of these offenses were not great in week one and frankly the Bengals were terrible, scoring just three points. They should be in for a big game here.
Jets at Cowboys
Everyone wants to see how the Jets will be without Aaron Rodgers. This team is still extremely talented and it will come down to the quarterback play of Zach Wilson. In week one of the NFL season the Jets won without Rodgers but Wilson just played the part of a game manager. He rarely threw the ball downfield and the Jets ran the majority of the plays. Also, the Cowboys look like they could be a legit team to come out of the NFC and have a tall task in this one against a strong defense.
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