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NFL Week Two Sunday Open Thread

The Colts don't play today, but there's still football on! Here's an open thread for today's games.

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The Indianapolis Colts will play on Monday Night Football this week, so that means that they won't be in action today.  Don't worry, however: there's still a lot of intriguing NFL football on today, and while it won't be as exciting as Colts football, it should still be pretty fun to watch.

Here's today's slate of games:

1:00 p.m. ET:

Patriots at Bills

Titans at Browns

Texans at Panthers

Cardinals at Bears

Chargers at Bengals

Lions at Vikings

Buccaneers at Saints

Falcons at Giants

49ers at Steelers

Rams at Redskins

4:05 p.m. ET:

Ravens at Raiders

Dolphins at Jaguars

4:25 p.m. ET:

Cowboys at Eagles

8:30 p.m. ET:

Seahawks at Packers

A couple of games that I'll be keeping my eye on today:

Patriots at Bills - after seeing the Bills defense play very well against the Colts offense last week, they now have Tom Brady and the Patriots coming to town.  Buffalo and Rex Ryan will be hyped up, and I'll be interested to see whether they can continue their defense success against Brady and his offense this week.

Cowboys at Eagles - this is a key early season NFC East matchup between the two teams that many project to be the best two in that division, between two teams that were popular playoff picks pre-season.  This is a big divisional matchup, even though it's only week two.

Seahawks at Packers - A rematch of last year's crazy NFC Championship game.  At Lambeau Field, where Aaron Rodgers is virtually unstoppable.  Between the two teams that are, quite possibly, the two best in the NFC.  This is a very intriguing Sunday Night Football matchup.

What are you looking forward to watching today?  Discuss that and more in the comments, as this is your open thread for Sunday's NFL action.