3 week NFL season kicks off with an action-packed Sunday schedule filled with plenty of highly-anticipated tilts, and we’ve got you covered with every must-see moment.

There were many question marks around Justin Herbertwho is suffering from a very painful rib cartilage fracture, but will officially be active for the duration Los Angeleswhich places Jacksonville this afternoon.

Later on FOX, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers to go head to head, ace Tampa Bay accepts Green bay may be the last time we see these two great men meet. Closing things, a Jimmy Garoppolo– led San Francisco the team takes over Denver on the road.

Leonard Fournette reflects on his career, how he ended up with the Bucks

Erin Andrews sits down with Leonard Fournette to discuss his NFL career, including being released from Jacksonville to get a call from Tom Brady, being picked up by Tampa Bay and having an incredible season.

The Dallas Cowboys to take on New York Giants on Monday when Duck Prescott have stitches removed from his surgically repaired broken thumb to complete action in Week 3.

Here are the top plays from Sunday’s Week 3.

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

To the house!

Saints ran back Alvin Kamarawho was doubtful for Sunday’s match, fumbled the ball near midfield which was picked up Panthers DE Marquis Haynes Sr and returned 44 yards for a score.

To the races

The Panthers responded in the fourth quarter when Luviska Chenault scored 67 yards.

Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

I never doubt

Mark Andrews came up big for Ravens early, winding a catch with one hand from Lamar Jackson to give Baltimore a first quarter lead over Patriots. New England answered with a score of their own, but Baltimore jumped ahead thanks to Andrews’ second acrobatic play of the day.

Air out

Mc Jones associated with Devante Parker on a 36-yard reception that started the scoring streak, the 12th 100-yard game of a Patriots receiver’s career.

All efforts

The one-point deficit was too close for comfort for the Ravens, so Devin DuVernay did what he does best: kill.

Detroit Lions – Minnesota Vikings

Slicing and slicing!

Lviv the star is broad Amon Ra St. Brown run through st Vikingsdefense on a crucial fourth down for Detroit.

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders

Bombs away!

Jalen Hurts continued to let it go in the second quarter as Orlov to close Commanders with ease.

Six for #6!

Double coverage? No problem for DeVonta Smith, who made jaws drop with this stunning touchdown catch. It was just the latest stunning catch by Smith who reeled in a 45-yard catch for Philly in the first quarter.

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Indy capitalizes

Colts rookie tight end Jelani Woods comes the first landing, as Matt Ryan and the Indianapolis offense capitalized on a muted punch Chiefs novice receiver Sky Moore.


Colts QB Ryan was drilled to the ground when the Chiefs defense closed in on him on fourth down. KC took over on downs, and Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce immediately went to work to close the gap.

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans

Watch the throne

After Derrick Henry had 45 yards on the st Titans‘ disc opening, Ryan Tannehill faked a king and threw a short pass to the tight end Jeff Swaim.

The king is back!

Henry made his way into the end zone for a score early in the second quarter that gave Tennessee a double-digit lead. It was the 70th game of his career, bringing Henry one step closer to tying the Titans’ franchise record.

Shipping is great

Davante Adams hauled in a tough touchdown pass in the back of the end zone as Raiders crashed into the lead of the titans.

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins


Dolphins security Jevon Holland picked up the ball Josh Allen, and it was recovered by Miami in the red zone. then, Chase Edmonds scored Miami’s first score of the day and the running back’s first score of the season.

QB1 rumbled

Tua Tagavailoa suffered an apparent head injury in the second quarter that kept him out briefly after the Dolphins QB took a hard hit with Bills midfielder Matt Milan.

Backup Teddy Bridgewater checked in just before halftime before Tagovailoa returned for the second half.

Bouncing back!

Tagovailoa wasted no time in returning to the Dolphins. He found it Jaylen Waddle on a 45-yard punt up the middle that put Miami at the 10-yard line, which led to the Dolphins’ evaluation.

Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets

Cincy strikes first

Joe Burrow found Perine herself for six on st of Bengal‘ opening drive to take an early advantage over Jet planes.

Break free!

Nara kicked to the side Tyler Boyd over the middle, and the receiver took off for a stunning 56-yarder.

Houston Texans at Chicago Bears

The ground game is strong

The bears were all about ball control vs Texans.

QB Justin Fields got things started in Chicago in the first quarter and then Khalil Herbert 11-yard run to cap a drive that began with a monster 41-yard run Equanimeous St. Brown.

Catch the air!

Texan QB Davis Mills a blow Jordan Akins for a goal-line score, making it a one-possession game.

Stay tuned for updates.


Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers (4:05 p.m. ET, CBS)

Jacksonville Jaguars


Los Angeles Chargers


Green Bay Packers at Tampa Buccaneers. (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

Green Bay Packers


Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

Los Angeles Rams


Arizona Cardinals


Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

Atlanta Falcons


Seattle Seahawks


San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos (8:25 p.m. ET, NBC)

San Francisco 49ers


Denver Broncos


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