Week 3 in the NFL features a pair of matchups between undefeated teams as the red-hot Atlanta Falcons travel to San Diego and the surprising Arizona Cardinals host the Philadelphia Eagles.
The schedule also includes a Sunday night rematch of the AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens.
Here’s a run-down of the full slate of games.
Tampa Bay (1-1) at Dallas (1-1) - 1 p.m., FOX
A week after matching a franchise record by allowing 10 yards rushing to beat Carolina, Tampa Bay’s defense gave up a record 604 total yards, including 510 passing, in Giants’ comeback victory.
Jacksonville (0-2) at Indianapolis (1-1) - 1 p.m., CBS
Andrew Luck could join Bert Jones in 1973 and George Shaw in 1955 as the only Colts rookie QBs with a passing TD in each of first three games. Seven of Jags RB Maurice Jones-Drew’s 25 100-yard games have been against Indy.
Buffalo (1-1) at Cleveland (0-2) - 1 p.m., CBS
The Bills lead the NFL with 6.4 yards per carry and average a league-best 198 yards rushing per game. Browns QB Brandon Weeden passed for a team rookie record last week. He posted a 114.9 QB rating after 5.1 in opener.
New York Jets (1-1) at Miami (1-1) - 1 p.m., CBS
Jets are 14 for 26 on third down, second-best in the NFL. Defense has given up third-down conversions 14 of 24 times, worst in the league. Dolphins haven’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in past 16 games, NFL’s longest streak.
Kansas City (0-2) at New Orleans (0-2) - 1 p.m., CBS
Both teams rank near the bottom of the NFL in turnover differential. The Saints are tied for 30th at minus-4 and the Chiefs are last at minus-6. RB Darren Sproles is the Saints’ leading receiver with 18 catches for 163 yards.
Cincinnati (1-1) at Washington (1-1) - 1 p.m., CBS
St. Louis (1-1) at Chicago (0-2) - 1 p.m., FOX
The Rams have scored 23 points or more in consecutive games for the first time since 2006. The Bears are trying to shake off a brutal loss in which Jay Cutler threw four interceptions and was sacked seven times.
San Francisco (2-0) at Minnesota (1-1) - 1 p.m., FOX
Alex Smith’s team-record streak is at 216 passes without an interception. The Vikings have no interceptions. Smith and Vikings QB Christian Ponder have each completed only five passes of 20-plus yards, none longer than 29.
Detroit (1-1) at Tennessee (0-2) - 1 p.m., FOX
Titans DE Kyle Vanden Bosch has 381 / 2 sacks in five seasons. Lions’ Ndamukong Suh’s 161 / 2 sacks are the most by a DT since 2010. Titans RB Chris Johnson is off to horrible start, with 21 yards on 19 carries.
Atlanta (2-0) at San Diego (2-0) - 4:05 p.m., FOX
San Diego TE Antonio Gates looks to return from the rib injury that sidelined him vs. the Titans. RB Ryan Mathews hopes to make his season debut after breaking his collarbone on the first carry of preseason Aug. 9.
Philadelphia (2-0) at Arizona (2-0) - 4:05 p.m., FOX
Philadelphia opponents have reached the red zone four times, tied for third-fewest in the NFL, and have scored a touchdown only once. Arizona foes have been in the red zone seven times and scored two touchdowns. Philadelphia has nine turnovers in the first two games. No other team has more than six (Chiefs). Arizona has not given up more than 20 points in 11 consecutive games.
Pittsburgh (1-1) at Oakland (0-2) - 4:25 p.m., CBS
The Steelers are tops in the NFL in converting third downs at 55.9 percent, including 8 for 13 when they need at least nine yards. The Raiders have the worst average starting field position in the league — at the 19.3-yard line. Their opponents have the best average starting position at 33.9-yard line. Oakland is one of only two teams to cause no turnovers in the first two weeks.
Houston (2-0) at Denver (1-1) - 4:25 p.m., CBS
Houston’s defense is first in total defense (196 ypg), yards per play (4.08), yards passing (124), first downs allowed (12) and points (8.5). Broncos PK Matt Prater has made 29 of 30 career field goals in fourth quarter or OT.
New England (1-1) at Baltimore (1-1) - 8:20 p.m., NBC
Both teams are seeking to avoid dropping below .500 after losing last week. Since the beginning of the 2003 season, New England is 27-3 after a loss. Baltimore has won 13 straight following a defeat. New England QB Tom Brady has at least one touchdown pass in 34 straight regular season games, the fourth-best mark in NFL history. The Ravens have won 11 straight and 19 of 20 at home.
Green Bay (1-1) at Seattle (1-1) - Monday, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Seattle’s .680 winning percentage (17-8) in Monday night games is the best of any team in the NFL. Green Bay is playing its first road game and will play four of the next five away from home. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers has been sacked eight times in two weeks. Last season, Rodgers’s eighth sack came in Week 5. The Seahawks are averaging 136 passing yards per game, the worst in the NFL.