Which teams are playing which teams in Week 2 of the 2020 NFL season?
Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season is pretty much in the books, so onto Week 2!
We saw seem routs, as well as a few stunning upsets. If you picked the Indianapolis Colts to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars for Week 1 of your survivor pool, you’re not alone. Though we still have a pair of games ready to be played on Monday Night Football, let’s take a look ahead at what’s coming down the pipeline in Week 2. What games should you build your weekend around?
Here is the schedule for all the Week 2 games of the 2020 NFL season.
Thursday, Sept. 17 (8:20 p.m. ET)
- Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns
Sunday, Sept. 20 (1:00 p.m. ET)
- Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers
- New York Giants at Chicago Bears
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans
- Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys
- San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets
- Los Angeles Rams at Philadelphia Eagles
- Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers
- Minnesota Vikings at Indianapolis Colts
- Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, Sept. 20 (4:05 p.m. ET)
- Washington Football Team at Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, Sept. 20 (4:25 p.m. ET)
- Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers
- Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans
Sunday, Sept. 20 (8:20 p.m. ET)
- New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks
Monday, Sept. 21 (8:15 p.m. ET)
- New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders
Week 2 kicks off in Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday night between a pair of AFC North rivals desperate to get an early-season victory. The Cleveland Browns embarrassed themselves vs. the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, while the Cincinnati Bengals lost in heartbreaking fashion on a missed field goal. They meet at FirstEnergy Stadium on Thursday Night Football this week.
Sunday Night Football will be a clash of contending teams, as Russell Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks welcome Cam Newton and the New England Patriots to the Pacific Northwest for a primetime affair. While these two quarterbacks have a history, it’s a new rendition of this rivalry with Newton now suiting up in New England for Bill Belichick as Tom Brady’s successor.
Monday Night Football this week will be a special one, as it will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Las Vegas Raiders have a brand-new home to show off with Allegiant Stadium. They will await arguably the best team in the NFC in the New Orleans Saints on Monday night in primetime. In a battle of undefeateds, who will draw first blood in this Sin City showdown after sundown?
Which games are you planning on watching this weekend?