NFL Football 2023 Week 3 Preview. Four surprise teams are undefeated after two weeks. Atlanta, Washington, New Orleans, and Tampa Bay.
Atlanta’s coach, Arthur Smith, is in his third year with the team and is seeing positive results. They take on Detroit this week, who are dealing with injuries that may affect their game against Atlanta.
Derek Carr is seeing good results in his first year with the Saints. He hopes his team can continue their winning streak when they face Green Bay in Week 3. The Saints aren’t dominating their games but currently lead the NFC South.
Washington has ten sacks in two games now that Chase Young is back on defense. Their new offensive coordinator, Eric Bieniemy, has received high praise for his work with Sam Howell and Brian Robinson. They’ll need all cylinders firing as they take on the Bills in Week 3.
Tampa Bay will meet Philadelphia in Week 3 as the only game with two undefeated teams. Baker Mayfield completed 76% of his passes against the Bears and recorded his first 300-yard game as a Buccaneer. He’ll try and keep his momentum going against Jalen Hurts and the Eagles.
Week 3 NFL Schedule and Lines
Thursday, September 21
- New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers (-10, 45)
Sunday, September 24
- Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens (-8, 44.5)
- Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns (-4.5, 41.5)
- Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions (-4, 46.5)
- New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers (-2, 43)
- Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars (-9, 45.5)
- Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins (-7, 47)
- Los Angeles Chargers (-1, 51.5) at Minnesota Vikings
- New England Patriots (-3, 37.5) at New York Jets
- Buffalo Bills (-6.5, 45.5) at Washington Commanders
- Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks (-4.5, 42.5)
- Dallas Cowboys (-12.5, 43.5) at Arizona Cardinals
- Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs (-12.5, 49)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (-1.5, 43) at Las Vegas Raiders
- Philadelphia Eagles (-5.5, 46) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Monday, September 25
- Los Angeles Rams at Cincinnati Bengals (-5.5, 46)
Are the Buffalo Bills Back on Track?
The Washington Commanders have an excellent 2-0 start to the season. That was against the Cardinals and Broncos. This week, they take on a much more formidable foe in Buffalo. Both teams have scored roughly the same number of points, but Buffalo’s defense has allowed much fewer points.
The Commanders have improved on their pass rush, which they’ll need now that the Bills’ explosive offense has returned. The line opened at -4.5, so it might keep moving as we get closer to the weekend. Keep an eye on that one.
The 49ers Will Continue to Dominate
San Francisco gets a couple of easy weeks to improve their record. This weekend, they play the Giants. Next weekend, they take on the Cardinals. Their first big test might be the Cowboys, whose offense is on fire.
The 49ers are 10-point favorites, but that might still be a deal since the Giants’ star running back, Saquon Barkley, is expected to miss three weeks with an ankle sprain. The Giants were down 60 points before they finally scored on, and then beat the Cardinals 31-28. Without Barkley, they’ll have a tougher time scoring on a stronger defense. San Fran should be able to cover.
The Cowboys Are Leading on Offense and Defense
After two games, Dallas leads the league in points for (70) and points against (10). That was against the two New York teams. They can keep that average going against Arizona, who are 0-2. Arizona showed signs of a strong offense in Week 2 against the Giants, going ahead 21-0 before blowing the lead and the game 31-28. Dallas has ten sacks so far, but Arizona’s quarterback has only taken three sacks with no interceptions.
If Dallas continues their rampage, Arizona will be swept under the rug. Both teams are 2-0 against the spread, but I think Dallas will leave this game 3-0 straight up and ATS.
The Ravens Look to Rule the AFC North
The Colts’ rookie quarterback, Anthony Richardson, had a total of 263 yards and two touchdowns in Week 2 against the Texans, getting his first victory. Not bad, but he’s in concussion protocol after a hit in Sunday’s game. If he’s playing this week, he’ll be going up against Lamar Jackson, who has a 74.5% completion rate and rushing an average of 46 yards per game.
The Ravens have been impressive in their first two games. They easily beat Houston and then upset the Bengals. They’ll have no problem beating the Colts and covering the spread as Jackson increases his passing and rushing yards.
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