NFL Week 3 Predictions, Rankings, Stats

September 24th, 2010 by

nflThis week 3 of NFL Football brings us some interesting tales that includes a Monday night game of the unbeaten with the Green Bay Packers 2-0 (Road 1-0) taking on the Bears 2-0 (Home 1-0) of Chicago and on ESPN and this will be the last game of week 3 and it will be a very interesting week. Check on the NFL Betting Lines at

The first match that is worth the chat is the when the reigning Super Bowl Champs the Saints of New Orleans take on the Falcons of Atlanta and it’s important for the Falcons to win this one as most picked the Falcons as a team to unseat the Saints? While the Falcons are hoping they can carry their success from week to into this game and come out with a win is a big wish to undertake especially at the Superdome against their NFC South Rivals. Check the NFL Odds at and join while they have all the fantastic bonuses and promotions in affect for this 2010 Football season.

The next game that is gathering a lot of talk is the Cowboys 0-2 (Road 0-1) of Dallas taking on the Texans 2-0 (Home 1-0) of Houston and this exciting game will be from Houston and on Fox TV and the game amongst other things will be about the bragging rights as to who is the NFL team of Texas? In this game the Cowboys desperately need get in the win column as they were a team that in preseason were a Super Bowl favorite and now at 0-2 and picked as underdogs against the Texans and if the Cowboys go to 0-3 it may be the last of their Coach Philips whom many content should have been fired a long time ago and certainly if they lose this one that will be the case!

It’s interesting that eight years ago the Texans entered the NFL with a win over the Cowboys and now they are looking for their first 3-0 start with the team boasting with the League’s best offense thus far this season. Check out the NFL Betting lines on this exciting game from Houston on Sunday with kickoff at 1 PM EDT.

Then we see two undefeated teams with the Steelers 2-0 (Road 1-0) of Pittsburgh taking on the Buccaneers 2-0 (Home 1-0) of Tampa Bay and the game kicks off from Tampa on CBS at 1 PM EDT. Amazingly with the QB controversy with the Steelers and Ben still not able to play and they have not scored an offensive TD in regulation Play? On the Buc’s side of the ball they have forced in each of the first two games three turnovers which added to their two wins although they have not played a team of name to this point.
Then we see the Jets 1-1 (Road 0-0) of New York taking on Dolphins 2-0 (Home 0-0) of Miami at Miami and that game kicks off on Sunday night at 8:20 PM EDT on NBC Television.

The Miami team is a good contender for AFC East and a win on prime time television will go along way closing the gap on that! While the Jets are struggling with personnel problems with their top wide receiver and injury to the top cornerback leave a lot to be desired for the Jets in this match-up. While the Dolphins look for their firs 3-0 start since 2002. Check out the NFL Betting lines on this game from Miami.

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