Falcons 28, Bills 20 -- The Falcons haven’t played their best game, yet they’re still 3-0.
Texans 24, Titans 20 -- Sarah Barshop Pick Center Even in Sunday's loss to Atlanta, the Lions have looked like one of the better teams in the NFL.Minnesota's defense will be a big issue -- particularly with its pressure on Matthew Stafford, but the ninth-year quarterback has shown better timing and elusiveness this year than in years past.Bengals 24, Browns 17 -- Katherine Terrell It would be nice to say this is the week the Browns get their win, except last week was supposed to be that week and the Browns rang alarm bells with a poor game. Bengals 24, Browns 13 -- Pat Mc Manamon Pick Center This will be the Rams' biggest test of the year -- on the road against a Cowboys team that won 13 games last season.The defense has had trouble with Antonio Brown and T. Dallas' offense hasn't hit full throttle yet, but it should soon.The Rams' defense is better than it has shown the past two weeks while allowing a combined 806 yards to the Redskins and 49ers.
But the Cowboys will be a little too much to handle here.Perhaps that tension will galvanize them, but it seems to be swinging the other way, at the worst possible time.Couple that reality with the Ravens' stronghold over Pittsburgh in M&T Bank Stadium and the Steelers are poised to drop to 2-2.This game has the makings of a shootout, and the Saints' passing game is too dynamic for Miami to keep up.Saints 28, Dolphins 21 -- James Walker Pick Center Had Tyrod Taylor and Zay Jones connected on a last-second touchdown pass in Week 2, the Bills would enter this game 3-0.We'll find out whether Buffalo is for real against the undefeated Falcons, who rank third in ESPN's Football Power Index -- 17 spots higher than the 2-1 Bills at No. The past three games in which Matt Ryan faced a Sean Mc Dermott-coached defense in Carolina, he completed 78 percent of his passes for 1,086 yards, 7 touchdowns, 1 interception and a 131.1 quarterback rating.