NFL Rumors: 3 Potential "Must See" Games In Week 2

As Week One of the NFL season officially concludes with multiple games that kept fans glued to the edge of their seats, including the Seattle Seahawks with their surprising victory to upset the Denver Broncos and their former star quarterback Russell Wilson with his return to Lumen Field, 17-16. 

Join me as we look forward to what's ahead of Week Two with three potential games you will not want to miss.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers

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Week Two begins on Thursday with a fiery matchup of two AFC West rival teams that are each vying for eventual playoff spots, Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers. 

Both clubs have beyond capable quarterbacks with high powered offenses and each started their season with a win in Week One. Last season the team's split their two meetings with LA winning the first game 30-24, but the Chiefs would get revenge later that season in a 34-28 overtime thriller. 

Be prepared for another likely high scoring and competitive game against the two squads led by signal-callers Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert.  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints

Week Two contains yet another deep rooted divisional rival matchup, but this time in the NFC South with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the New Orleans Saints, which over the past couple of seasons has been "must see" television. 

Although the Bucs led by superstar quarterback Tom Brady experienced great postseason success these pasts two seasons and defeated New Orleans during their 2021 playoff matchup, the Saints have had their number in the regular season with a 39-22-0 overall win record. 

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New Orleans defeated their division rival in both of their matchups last season and even held the 2020 Super Bowl champions scoreless 9-0 in their most recent meeting on December 19, 2021. 

Both squads are coming off a victory in Week One and are looking to continue their win streak come this Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. 

Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins

The Baltimore Ravens are set to face off in a AFC conference battle against the Miami Dolphins this Sunday. Both teams along with the other two potential matchups ahead of Week Two are 1-0 in their win column and are looking to continue their win streak this week.


Baltimore, who is led by former MVP Lamar Jackson at quarterback, are trying to make up for a 2021-22 season that was filled with an historical amount of injuries that included their signal-caller as well. 

The Dolphins made quite a few notable changes to their squad this past offseason with the acquisition of star wideout Tyreek Hill to play alongside their young potential star receiver Jaylen Waddle. They also hired a new head coach Mike McDaniel to steer their ship going forward. 

The expectations for Miami's young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa have never been higher and it will be interesting to see what transpires this season for the Florida club, especially this Sunday as they match up against the Ravens. 

Both clubs are vying for a playoff push this year along with possible Super Bowl aspirations for an experience squad like the Baltimore Ravens. 

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