Josh Allen and Tua Tagovailoa face off when two undefeated AFC East teams, the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins, clash in Week 3; there is also a meeting between two of the NFL’s greatest players, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. watch live on Sky Sports NFL from 6pm Sunday
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady; two NFL greats meet for only the fifth time in their careers in the Hall of Fame, live on Sky Sports this Sunday.
Buffalo, many people’s favorites in the Super Bowl, started the season very impressively, beating the defending champion Los Angeles Rams 31-10 handily, followed by a crushing 41-7 loss to the Tennessee Titans in which star quarterback Josh Allen hit four touchdown, bringing his tally to seven for the season.
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa nearly matched that number in just one game when he threw for 469 yards and six touchdowns in their stunning 42-38 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in week two. The Miami action kicks off at 6:00 pm Sunday live on Sky Sports NFL.
After this divisional battle, to whet your appetite, Rodgers and Brady will be the main course as the Green Bay Packers (1-1) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0) battle it out in Tampa starting at 9:25 p.m. .
Incredible considering their careers span decades, the veteran superstars have only faced four times before and are currently 3-1 to Brady, including another meeting at Raymond James Stadium just two years ago in which the Bucks » Brady exhausted 35 points. -10 winners.
As we wrap up our Sunday night action, we join our friends on NBC for a football night in america and Sunday Night Football to watch Jimmy Garoppolo lead his 1-1 San Francisco 49ers to Denver to face a familiar foe in former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and the Broncos (1 :1) – start at 1:20 am. on Monday.
Elsewhere, Week 3 action kicks off with traditional Thursday night fare as the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) take on the Cleveland Browns (1-1) in the AFC North decider – live on Sky Sports NFL with 1: 20 on Friday. morning.
Then, on Monday night, week three culminates in yet another fierce divisional rivalry as the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) hit the road to face the New York Giants (2-0), one of the surprises of the 2022 season. of the year. so far after victories over the Titans and the Carolina Panthers. Watch live on Sky Sports NFL on Tuesday at 1:15.
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