Nicholas Pitakos (Staff Writer, 28-20)
Sep 22, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (94) celebrates after recording a sack against Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (not pictured) during the first half of a game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams (Winner: San Francisco)
Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills (Winner: Baltimore)
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (Winner: Cincinnati)
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (Winner: Chicago)
Seattle Seahawks at Houston Texans (Winner: Seattle)
Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars (Winner: Indianapolis)
New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs (Winner: Kansas City)
Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings (Winner: Minnesota)
Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Winner: Arizona)
New York Jets at Tennessee Titans (Winner: Tennessee)
Philadelphia Eagles at Denver Broncos (Winner: Denver)
Washington Redskins at Oakland Raiders (Winner: Oakland)
Dallas Cowboys at San Diego Chargers (Winner: San Diego)
New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons (Winner: New England)
Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints (Winner: New Orleans)
Last week’s matchups had some real shockers and this week could be the exact same thing. There are some interesting games to keep an eye on this week starting with the Philadelphia vs. Denver game. Look to see if Denver can keep the streak alive, make it out of Week 4 at 4-0 and still the top team in the AFC.
I’ve really liked what I’ve seen out of Terrelle Pryor so far. It will be interesting to see if he can lead Oakland in a win over Washington. New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons will be a good game to keep an eye on and the Monday Night Game featuring the undefeated Miami Dolphins and the always-solid New Orleans Saints will be a great game to cap off the NFL weekend.
In the AFC South,keep an eye on the Houston matchup with Seattle. I’m going with Seattle just based on their record and the solid play coming from them, but with it being in Houston, it’s really a swing game.