Washington Football Team (1-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-1), 1:00 pm
Washington: Quarterback Dwayne Haskins will be making just his 10th start when the team takes on the Browns. But does Washington have enough of a passing attack to take advantage of Cleveland’s porous secondary? The team’s top two wideouts are Terry McLaurin and Steve Sims, both averaging more than 15 yards per catch.
Browns: The club has had more than a week to prepare for Ron Rivera’s Washington squad. Dating back to Week 15 of last season, the team has allowed 30 or more points in five consecutive games. A year ago, the Browns struggled against the run. In two games in 2020, the club has allowed six TD passes and totaled zero interceptions.
Tennessee Titans (2-0) at Minnesota Vikings (0-2), 1:00 pm
Titans: Mike Vrabel’s defense was somewhat shaky a year ago despite the team reaching the AFC Championship Game. And the team struggled to put away the pesky Jaguars last Sunday. Tennessee gave up 165 yards on the ground and 480 total yards in the 33-30 win. The Titans’ pass rush has produced just two sacks in as many games.
Vikings: It’s been a miserable start for usually-accurate Kirk Cousins. His completion percentage after two games is a stunning 58.8 and he’s already been picked off four times. A year ago, the Vikings’ signal-caller threw only six interceptions in 15 regular-season contests. He has all four of Minnesota’s turnovers this season to date.