Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at Washington Football Team (1-2), 1:00 pm
Ravens: Baltimore has won the AFC North the previous two seasons but the club was humbled on Monday night at home by the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs. Quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for less than 100 yards in the 34-20 setback. It’s worth noting that the 2019 NFL MVP has already been sacked 10 times in three games.
Washington: Ron Rivera’s pass rush will look to take advantage of a Baltimore offensive front that had its problems protecting Lamar Jackson on Monday night. The 2019 NFL MVP was sacked four times and fumbled twice. Rookie defensive end Chase Young still appears to be on the mend but Jack Del Rio’s unit is extremely deep.
New York Giants (0-3) at Los Angeles Rams (2-1), 4:05 pm
Giants: New head coach Joe Judge is off to a 0-3 start, which has been par for the course for a franchise that owns a combined 12-39 record the past three-plus seasons after finishing 11-5 and reaching the playoffs in 2016. The Giants have already turned over the ball seven times in three games, six of those by quarterback Daniel Jones.
Rams: Sean McVay’s team has already had its way with the NFC East this season. In wins over the Cowboys (20-17) and Eagles (37-19), the Rams held those two opponents to a combined 36 points. Of course, Los Angeles gave up 35 points in last Sunday’s loss at Buffalo. But Sean McVay’s offensive unit has already scored 11 touchdowns.