The time is growing short for original Jaguars QB Mark Brunell as rookie Byron Leftwich gets more playing time in another blowout loss.
Chiefs star RB Priest Holmes, who is already a little banged up can rest early as the Chiefs will get a big lead and cruise their way to a 3-0 start.
Upset of the Week: The Vikings traditionally have problems in Detroit, and coming in at 2-0 they are ripe for an upset against a vastly improved Lions team.
Coming off a tough loss in Indianapolis the Titans look to rebound against the Saints. Even with QB Steve McNair hurting the Titans should have no problem.
After rebounding from their 31-0 loss in Week 1 to beat the Eagles the Patriots appear back on track while the Jets appear to be flying into the abyss, look for the Jets woes to continue in a blowout.
The Bengals proved pesky on the road against the Raiders last week, but they are still the Bengals and after Sunday they will be 0-3.
Even in losing last week the Buccaneers did not allow a TD. This week they are angry and Falcons backup QB Doug Johnson will pay the price.
Stinker of the Week: Brett Favre should have a field day going against the pathetic Cardinals defense, leaving Cards RB Emmitt Smith to ponder the positives of retirement.
After a tough loss on Monday Night Football, one can only expect the Giants to be feeling a hangover on Sunday as the Redskins take a stranglehold on the NFC East with a 3-0 record.
The Seahawks establish themselves as a legitimate contender by beating the Rams and improving to 3-0, as the Rams QB controversy takes another turn.
Don’t expect Jamal Lewis to even come close to repeating last week’s record-breaking performance against a Chargers team desperate for a win.
Despite being a little banged the 49ers should not have that hard of a time beating the Browns, although the 7 point spread seems a little high.
Game of the Week: The Bills have looked like the best team in the NFL through the first 2 weeks, but it will all end this week against the Dolphins rarely lose at home in primetime.
With QB Jake Plummer and RB Clinton Portis banged up the Broncos are ripe for the pickens. In addition the Raiders traditionally play well on Monday Night, while the Broncos have struggled in recent years under the lights.