Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons, (*2*)1 p.m., Fox
(*2*)Line: Packers -1.5 | Total: 40.5
Aaron Jones had 127 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns — one receiving, one speeding — on simply 11 touches towards the Bears to assist usher in the Jordan Love period for the Packers (1-0). The younger quarterback’s poise (he threw three touchdowns with out an interception Sunday) will get examined towards the Falcons with Jones and receiver Christian Watson out with hamstring accidents.
The Green Bay protection, although, registered 4 sacks towards Chicago, and that cross rush may rattle Atlanta’s second-year quarterback, Desmond Ridder, who threw for simply 115 yards towards Carolina in Week 1. The Falcons’ passing recreation ought to toil once more, however don’t count on a Packers protection that was twenty eighth towards the run in 2022 to comprise the rookie top-10 choose Bijan Robinson. Pick: Packers -1.5
Las Vegas Raiders at Buffalo Bills, (*2*)1 p.m., CBS
(*2*)Line: Bills -9.5 | Total: 47
Four careless turnovers from Josh Allen doomed the Bills (0-1) towards the Jets’ formidable protection. He can rebound towards the Raiders (1-0), who face uncertainty over the taking part in standing of two key contributors. Defensive lineman Chandler Jones was away from the staff final week amid a battle with employees that trickled out in a since-deleted social media rant. He’s out once more this week, as is the staff’s No. 2 receiver, Jakobi Meyers, who entered the concussion protocol after he was leveled on the game-ending drive towards the Broncos. If Allen is extra exact and varies his downfield appears to be like to Stefon Diggs, the Bills may run away with this one. Pick: Bills -9.5
Los Angeles Chargers at Tennessee Titans, (*2*)1 p.m., CBS
(*2*)Line: Chargers -3 |Total: 45
It’s Coach Brandon Staley’s third season with the Chargers (0-1), one which has to date been characterised by poor protection and a scarcity of situational consciousness. Last week, the Chargers allowed the Dolphins to amass greater than 500 whole yards, and a pass-interference penalty from cornerback J.C. Jackson gave Miami an opportunity to kick a subject aim earlier than halftime, factors that proved to be the distinction in a 36-34 loss.