NFL Week 3: Picks and preview

A.J. Brown, Aaron Jones, aaron rodgers, Adam Gase, Ali Marpet, andy dalton, Arthur Smith, ben roethlisberger, bill belichick, Bradley Chubb, Carlos Hyde, Carson Wentz, chase young, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, dak prescott, dan campbell, daniel jones, David Bakhtiari, Davis Mills, DeAndre Hopkins, derek carr, derrick henry, Derwin James, Deshaun Watson, Dexter Lawrence, Dustin Hopkins, Ezekiel Elliott, Fred Warner, Greg Joseph, Gus Bradley, Henry Ruggs, J.C. Jackson, J.J. Watt, Jacob Eason, Jacoby Brissett, Jadeveon Clowney, Jalen Hurts, Jalen Ramsey, Jamal Adams, Jameis Winston, jared goff, joe burrow, Joe Haden, Joe Judge, Jon Gruden, Julio Jones, justin fields, justin herbert, Kendrick Green, kyler murray, Malik Reed, matt nagy, Matt Ryan, matthew stafford, Micah Parsons, myles garrett, NFL, nick bosa, Patrick Mahomes, penei sewell, Quinton Spain, Reed Miller, Riley Reiff, Rondale Moore, Ryan Tannehill, sam darnold, Sean McVay, Sean Payton, Steve Spagnuolo, T.J. Watt, teddy bridgewater, Tom Brady, tony pollard, travis kelce, Trevor Lawrence, Trey Hopkins, Tua Tagovailoa, Tyrod Taylor, Vic Fangio, Von Miller, zach wilson

Two weeks into the 2021 season, it appears that the NFL’s power is concentrated in the west. The AFC and NFC West are a combined 13-3 so far this year, and but for a late Seahawks collapse against the Titans, the NFC West would be a perfect 8-0. The Chiefs also own one of those three losses, as Lamar Jackson and the Ravens finally exorcised some demons in a 36-35 Sunday night thriller. The Raiders are one of the 2-0 teams after they stifled the Steelers and got a timely bomb from Derek Carr to Henry Ruggs in the fourth quarter. Week 3 brings with it a heavyweight NFC showdown between Tampa Bay and the Los Angeles Rams, as well as a pivotal AFC West battle between the Chiefs and the Chargers. The Vikings, 0-2 and reeling after a gut-punch loss to Arizona, will try to right the ship against Seattle. Will Zach Wilson or Trevor Lawrence pick up their first win? Will the Falcons right themselves before it’s too late? Lots of teams have questions, but only some will find the answers. Let’s get to the games.

Point spreads are from, and are current as of 11 a.m. ET Thursday.

NOTE: Pick with spread is in bold.

Last week: 7-9 (Season: 16-16)

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