2012 NFL Season Week 3: Top Three Games For Sunday
Here’s a look at the top three games to look for on Sunday of Week 3 of the 2012 NFL season.
Peyton Manning was used to playing the Texans when he was part of the AFC South and it should be interesting to see how he bounces back after struggling against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2. The argument can be made that Houston hasn’t truly been tested yet in 2012 and the offense will need big games from all of their key players–especially Matt Schaub and the passing game.
Who would have thought the loser of this key matchup would be sitting at a 1-2 record heading into Week 4? It’s still early in the season, but this game is important for both teams considering the Patriots and Ravens both seem capable of being strong contenders in the AFC.
While New England is coming off one of the biggest upset losses in Week 2, Baltimore will be looking for revenge from last year’s AFC Championship–which makes this one of the most highly anticipated games of Week 3.
Fans could not have asked for a better matchup on Sunday between two teams sitting at 2-0 with the Falcons and Chargers. Both teams have looked phenomenal over the first two weeks of the season and the winner of this game will be making a big statement when it comes to being one of the top teams in the league.
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