It is week two in the 2018 NFL Season. This week several solid matchups on the slate lend for some good watching. While we all have own team that we will tune into, there are several other games that may peak your interest. Here is a look at three other games on the week two slate that may grab your attention.
New England Patriots at Jacksonville Jaguars
This is an early season rematch of the AFC Championship game played in Foxborough back in January. This time the Patriots are not the same that they were in that game. Although the defending AFC Champions looked strong in week one, this week could be different.
The X-factor could be Leonard Fournette. If he is healthy and able to play, he could just be the one that tips the scales in favor of the Jaguars. He will also help keep that, surprisingly good in week one, Patriots defense off Blake Bortles.
Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs were able to throw up 48 points on a New Orleans Saints defense that was to be one of the best in the league. Next up is the home opener against the defending Super Bowl Champions. Will they be able to replicate their week one output?
On the other side of the ball, the Eagles struggled in week one. Nick Foles is clearly having some difficulties getting going on this young season. This could be another shootout. Especially if Foles finds his rhythm.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers
I truly believe that this Vikings team is not the team that many think it will be. Last week against the San Francisco 49ers was a game that they could have lost. Now they will have to step up against the division rival Green Bay Packers. Can their offensive line hold up against a better d-line?
Aaron Rodgers will more than likely play on Sunday afternoon. His mere presence makes the Packers a formidable opponent for Vikings on Sunday.
These three games add intrigue to the week two slate. A slate that I am looking forward to watching.
What game or games intrigue you? Leave a comment below.
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