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Falcons vs Packers Live Broadcast Free TV Channel on 17 September 2023. Week 2 of the NFL season is here! Week 2 of the 2023 NFL Season is underway and NBC and Peacock have got you covered with another Sunday of action-packed, NFL excitement. Kick off your day with Fantasy Football Pregame with Matthew Berry beginning at 12:00 PM ET.
The 2023 NFL season enters Week 2, and it will do so without one of its biggest superstars.
Aaron Rodgers’ torn Achilles tendon during Week 1 ended the four-time MVP’s season essentially before it even began. Rodgers’ New York Jets will face a difficult task in Week 2 when they head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys, who are fresh off a 40-0 blanking of the New York Giants.
The Giants are certainly not the only team eager to wash away a forgettable start to the new year.
The NFL’s new highest-paid player in league history Joe Burrow looks to help the Cincinnati Bengals bounce back against another AFC North rival, the Baltimore Ravens; Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen is hoping to avenge his four-turnover performance against the New York Jets in front of Bills Mafia against the Las Vegas Raiders; and reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes sets out to prevent the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs from falling in an 0-2 hole on the road the Jacksonville Jaguars.
What NFL games are showing today?
Here are the kickoff times and TV info for all of Sunday’s NFL action.
Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Las Vegas Raiders at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Kansas City Chiefs at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m. (CBS)
Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Los Angeles Chargers at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. (CBS)
New York Giants at Arizona Cardinals, 4:05 p.m. (FOX)
San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 (FOX)
New York Jets at Dallas Cowboys, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Washington Commanders at Denver Broncos, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots, 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
There is also significant interest surrounding the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has some of the best NFL MVP betting odds in 2023, but Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence could be a sneaky longshot pick. The Chiefs also boast some of the best early Super Bowl betting odds after winning it all last season.
Usually, when all 32 teams play, there are 13 games that take place in the afternoon slate on an NFL Sunday. However, there will only be 12 of them in Week 2, as ESPN is getting a chance to broadcast a "Monday Night Football" doubleheader to close the week.
Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally by CBS and Fox. "Sunday Night Football" will feature an intradivisional clash between the Dolphins and Patriots in Week 1. Alabama quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Mac Jones will each look to lead their respective squads to wins.
"Monday Night Football" will be the first of three doubleheaders for the program. The Saints and Panthers will square off in Bryce Young's first home start while the Browns and Steelers will do battle in an AFC North clash that could be a defensive battle. It will be particularly interesting to see how star edge rushers T.J. Watt and Myles Garrett fare in that one, especially as Watt prepares to battle mammoth rookie tackle Dawand Jones.
The NFL, like time, marches on, though. And this week sees Zach Wilson filling Rodgers’ shoes as the Jets head to Dallas to face the red-hot Cowboys. Other teams will begin to settle into their usual patterns.
While a sluggish start to the season is never ideal, the Bengals are in familiar territory. In 2022, Cincinnati opened the season with back-to-back single-digit losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys. They then went on to complete a 12-4 regular season and made it to the AFC championship.
The biggest challenge for the Ravens will be overcoming injuries. Baltimore will be minus four starters. Cornerback Marlon Humphrey and safety Marcus Williams have been ruled out on the defensive side. Ronnie Stanley and Tyler Linderbaum, two of Baltimore’s best offensive linemen, will also be sidelined. Without Stanley and Linderbaum, the Raven’s backup offensive linemen could be the difference-makers in this matchup.
Defending Super Bowl champions Chiefs will meet a familiar foe in Week 2. The teams met two times last season, with Kansas City securing two victories. The second of those came in the AFC Divisional round, a heartbreaking loss for the Jaguars that ended their most successful season since 2017.
Two key pieces of the Chiefs roster should be making their season debuts against the Jaguars. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said on Friday he expects star tight end Travis Kelce and defensive tackle Chris Jones to be active on Sunday.
Kelce missed the season opener against the Lions due to a hyper-extended knee, Jones missed the season opener because his contract details had not been finalized. Those two players will significantly improve Kansas City’s chances.
Former Chiefs offensive coordinator Doug Pederson and third-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence lead the charge out of Jacksonville.
Lawrence’s go-to target in Week 1 was wide receiver Calvin Ridley, who saw 11 targets and caught eight passes for 101 yards and a touchdown in his Jaguars debut. The duo make Jacksonville a stronger offensive unit than in 2022.
The New York Jets’ most highly-anticipated season in recent history began disastrously as four-time MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon just four snaps into his debut.
The squad managed to squeak out an overtime win, shining a beam of hope on an otherwise discouraging evening. Week 2 begins a new chapter as the Jets travel to Texas to face one of the top defensive units in the NFL.
The Cowboys’ season opener could not have gone any better as Dallas served a 40-0 drubbing to the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football.
Led by defensive powerhouses Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence, the Cowboys are likely chomping at the bit to ruin the Jets’ backup quarterback Zach Wilson’s first showing as Rodgers’ successor.
Wilson enters the matchup with a dismal 8-14 record as a starter. He’s thrown more interceptions than touchdowns and has a completion percentage of just 55%. The 24-year-old will have his work cut out for him, facing a defense that just last week racked up seven sacks, 12 QB hits, and a pick-six against Giants quarterback Daniel Jones.
When news of the shooting spread, Vrabel was getting ready to walk into the meeting of the league’s Competition Committee meeting, which Vrabel has been a part of for three years. He immediately messaged Titans officials to find a way to let the Nashville Police Department and the Covenant school know the Tennessee Titans wanted to show support and love any way possible.
The next day, Vrabel had five phone numbers sent to him. They belonged to the officers who entered the building and saved the lives of dozens: Officer Rex Engelbert, Detective, Michael Collazo, Sergeant Jeff Mathes, Detective Ryan Cagle, and Detective Zachary Plese.
Vrabel and the Titans discussed the heroics of the Nashville police officers in their team meeting Saturday night before today's clash with the Chargers. His message to the team, looking to get its first win, was that when called upon, these men didn’t hesitate. They were scared, they had emotions, but they relied on their training and preparations. Vrabel wants his team to learn from their teamwork mentality.
The closest major airport to Nacogdoches, Texas, is more than an hour’s drive, but Brant Boyer felt like it was worth the trip. It’s a small town, with a population of just over 30,000. There is no interstate running through the town, which is mostly occupied by churches and Stephen F. Austin University.
Nickel back Kyler Gordon underwent surgery on his broken hand. He’s expected to return after the Bears play Washington on Oct. 5. It was Eberflus who nicknamed Gordon Spider-man.
Josh Blackwell would be Gordon’s replacement but he’s officially listed as doubtful because of a hamstring injury. Greg Stroman Jr. is next in line. He was promoted from the practice squad this week.
Gus Edwards and Justice Hill have been here before. When J.K. Dobbins went down with a season-ending knee injury late in the 2021 preseason, Edwards and Hill were primed to get elevated roles in the Baltimore Ravens’ backfield. Yet, in practice the following week, Hill tore his Achilles and his season was over. A week later, Edwards went down with his own significant knee injury.
Both backs know how fleeting opportunities can be, and as much as they feel for Dobbins, who tore his Achilles in the second half of the Ravens’ Week 1 victory over the Houston Texans, they also understand it’s on them to pick up the slack in his absence.
Cooper is the Browns' clear No. 1 wide receiver and a big part of a pass game that's still trying to find a high gear. Deshaun Watson targeted Cooper seven times last week, and Cooper had an important third-down reception late in the first half to extend what became a touchdown drive.
The new NFL season has kicked off and all roads lead to Super Bowl LVIII – the first, and probably not the last, to take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Since the last event, however, some things have changed, including Aaron Rodgers moving to the New York Jets and Sean Payton to the Denver Broncos, while the Washington Commanders finally found new ownership.
After 23 seasons, this will be the first since Tom Brady has retired from the sport, so it will be a new era for young quarterbacks, including Super Bowl winner Patrick Mahomes.
There are highs in an NFL season, in each game, and there are lows. A bit on the nose? Maybe. But that point really sunk in Monday night when the Jets fought their way back against the Buffalo Bills after Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending injury, and won on a walk-off punt return touchdown.