NFL Week 2 opened with the Green Bay Packers silencing the doubters and the rival Chicago Bears with a solid defensive display and flashes of offensive and special teams brilliance (including a fake field goal). NFL SUNDAY TICKET from DIRECTV brings you all the rest of the games this Sunday. Here are the games available for watching this upcoming Sunday, 9/23. Your Week 3 schedule and channel lineup is here.
- St. Louis Rams at Chicago Bears – 1pm – Channel 704
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys – 1pm – Channel 705
- San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings – 1pm – Channel 706
- Detroit Lions at Tennessee Titans – 1pm – Channel 707
- Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns – 1pm – Channel 708
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts – 1pm – Channel 709
- New York Jets at Miami Dolphins – 1pm – Channel 710
- Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints – 1pm – Channel 711
- Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins – 1pm – Channel 712
- Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals – 4pm – Channel 713
- Atlanta Falcons at San Diego Chargers – 4pm – Channel 714
- Houston Texans at Denver Broncos – 4pm – Channel 715
- Pittsburgh Steelers at Oakland Raiders – 4pm – Channel 716
- All times Eastern time
Our Game to Watch: Texans at Broncos. Peyton Manning faces the team he owned as quarterback of the Colts for many years, and now that they are a defensive and offensive powerhouse, the Texans have their chance for revenge. But Peyton, looking almost as good as ever and much better than can be expected after a fused spine and a year off of football, has other ideas. This should be a good matchup of differing styles and a solid game to lead off the late slate of games.
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