NFL Week 2: Top 5 Games To Whatch And Why

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NFL Week 2: Top 5 Games To Whatch And Why

Week 2 of the NFL is coming upon us and there a few games coming up this week that should be extremely entertaining.

1. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS V.S NEW YORK JETS

This division showdown between two 1-0 teams should be a good one. On one hand we get to  see if the Brady can return to his old self and on the other hand we get to see how Mark Sanchez forms under the pressure of keeping up with the Pat's offense. This should be a high scoring, pass dominated game...

2. NEW YORK GIANTS V.S DALLAS COWBOYS

Another division battle between two 1-0 teams. Both the cowboys and Romo and the giants and Manning showed spunk with the passing game, with new and old wide outs. Of course lets not forget these two teams both have diverse and always fun to watch running games.

3. BALTIMORE RAVENS V.S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

A clash between two 1-0 afc teams that promises to be a good one. Both of these teams have excellent defense which always amounts to a good game. On offense we get to see if Flaco can can dominate the passing game or will it be Rivers. Also who's going to lead the rushing attack for SD: LT or Sproles?

4. PITSBURGH STEELERS V.S CHICAGO BEARS

Both these teams emphasise defense: this should be a good one. Offensively even though cutler threw 4 ints last game against Green Bay he did look  pretty good(some poor decisions, he is with a new team). Plus Forte v.s the steelers def should be fun to watch. Another note: will we see more of Mendenhall? 

5. CAROLINA PANTHERS V.S ATLANTA FALCONS

Another division battle but this time between two 0-1 teams. Needless to say watch Matt Ryan is going to be fun, but hopefully we'll see more of Turner. Also watching DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart run against a much better looking falcons defense will be a good battle.

These five games will be the one's I'm watching this week, will you be?

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