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Predicting Which Team Will Win Every NFL Game in Week 3

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Two weeks into the NFL season and eight teams sit at 2-0. Some of them, such as Denver, New England, Houston and Pittsburgh, aren’t that surprising given their respective outlooks headed into this season.

But there have been some early surprises too, like the New York Giants, which may have a defense to complement its potent offense. Baltimore also is 2-0 as the Ravens have made the most of a healthier team, while Minnesota weathered an Adrian Peterson injury on Sunday night to beat Green Bay and move to 2-0 atop the NFC North.

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But perhaps the biggest surprise of all to this point is that Philadelphia is 2-0 behind its rookie head coach-quarterback combination of Doug Pederson and Carson Wentz. Wentz has looked poised beyond his years, but the No. 2 overall pick will face a strong test Sunday when the Steelers come to town.

The quarterback position also will be in the spotlight in New England on Thursday night, as the Patriots could be down to their third quarterback, rookie Jacoby Brissett, due to a shoulder injury suffered by Jimmy Garoppolo. Whoever is under center will have to deal with J.J. Watt and a Texans defense that currently ranks third in the league and already has registered nine sacks.

And although both teams aren’t undefeated, Denver’s visit to Cincinnati is still an important one, as Trevor Siemian looks for his first big road win as an NFL starting quarterback.

So which teams will come out on top in every NFL game in Week 3? Athlon's own Rob Doster (AthlonDoster), John Gworek (JohnGworek), Steven Lassan (AthlonSteven), and Mark Ross (AthlonMarkR), along with AthlonSports.com contributor Bryan Fischer (BryanDFischer), predict the winners for every game this week:

NFL Week 3 Predictions

 

Rob Doster

Bryan
Fischer

John Gworek

Steven Lassan

Mark Ross

Houston at New England (Thurs.)

Arizona at Buffalo

Oakland at Tennessee

Cleveland at Miami

Baltimore at Jacksonville

Detroit at Green Bay

Denver at Cincinnati

Minnesota at Carolina

Washington at NY Giants

Los Angeles at Tampa Bay

San Francisco at Seattle

NY Jets at Kansas City

San Diego at Indianapolis

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia

Chicago at Dallas

Atlanta at
New Orleans (Mon.)