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NFL Week 2 Schedule with Week 2 Betting Lines
Thursday, September 14
The two most disappointing teams in Week 1 of the season get to square off in Week 2 in what will probably end up being the last meaningful game of one of their seasons.
Sunday, September 17
The Jags were the only winners in the AFC South in Week 1. With both Houston and Indy both looking like garbage, a win in this game, and Jacksonville could find itself two games clear of the rest of this division in the early going.
DeShone Kizer wasn't terrible in his first offering of his NFL career, but there's still work to be done to go on the road and beat a team like Baltimore.
It's only fitting that Sean McDermott's first ever road game comes against the team which he was a coordinator for years and years.
Do you really want to be the team that has to go against Tom Brady a week after he gets hammered by a potential AFC Championship Game foe? Especially when the Pats last played on Thursday and you last played on Monday? This is quite the uphill battle for New Orleans.
Scott Tolzien has to go. We're not sure what the heck the Colts do from here, but perhaps dialing Colin Kaepernick wouldn't be such a bad idea.
Alex Smith put up the best numbers by a starting quarterback in Week 1. Let that sink in for a second. This one provides a chance for Andy Reid to get a measure of payback against his old team.
Pittsburgh's opening game wasn't all that impressive, but T.J. Watt has clearly already started to emerge as an alpha leader just like his brother down in Houston.
Mike Glennon had to have this game circled on his calendar from the day that he signed with the Bears. He's got a shot to show Tampa Bay that it made a mistake getting rid of him.
It's anyone's guess right now what Miami's psyche is going to be like having effectively been displaced by Hurricane Irma.
The Jets are absolutely as bad as advertised. They covered by a hook against Buffalo last week, and they'll have plenty of wiggle room against the biggest spread of the young season to date in Oakland.
Another coaching homecoming of sorts. Sean McVay was brought into football by Jay Gruden. Now, two of the top young bucks in the head coaching ranks get to match wits against one another in Tinseltown in Week 2.
Ezekiel Elliott now knows that he's good to play for at least most of, if not the entirety of this season. If he runs like a man possessed like he did on Sunday night, the Cowboys are going to be tough to beat.
The Seahawks still haven't scored a touchdown yet this year. They figure to require at least three or four of them to beat this number against the 49ers on Sunday.
The Packers get to return to the scene of the crime from the NFC Championship Game. The Falcons absolutely ran Green Bay off the field at the Georgia Dome in the last game ever played there. Now, Atlanta gets to open up its new digs on SNF against arguably one of the best teams in football.Monday, September 18
Kenny Golladay looks like he's an absolutely super stud in the making for the Lions, and that could be a big difference between winning and losing in the Big Apple on MNF.
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