New England at Pittsburgh: A rematch of last season's AFC title game in which the Patriots got two touchdown passes from Tom Brady during a 41-27 victory at Gillette Stadium. The Steelers have looked like the best team in football over the first two weeks, winning their opener, 34-7, over the Titans and yesterday beating the Texans, 27-7. The Patriots made a handful of uncharacteristic mistakes yesterday in a 27-17 loss to the Panthers.

Oakland at Philadelphia: The Raiders' Randy Moss and the Eagles' Terrell Owens could turn this game into a highlight reel featuring two of the best -- and most flashy -- wide receivers of their generation. Both have the ability to make game-breaking catches, and both are equally dangerous running after the catch. Watch for bulletin board material from each player leading up to the game.

Atlanta at Buffalo: The Bills' defense is filled with talent, and it will be tested against perhaps the best athlete in football, Falcons quarterback Michael Vick. The Falcons' running game ranked first in the NFL last season thanks not only to Vick but also the combination of Warrick Dunn and T.J. Duckett. Dunn is the scat back who has the potential to break long runs, and Duckett is the bruiser.

Terrell Owens, above, likes to yakety-yak; the Vikings' Randy Moss likely will talk back.