Record: 0-2Week 2 result: Lost to the Giants, 19-16Week 3 opponent: vs. New Orleans SaintsOne thing to know: The Baker Mayfield era in Carolina is not off to a great start. While Mayfield says that nobody's hitting the panic button yet, he can't really speak for Matt Rhule, who is currently coaching for his job.Record: 0-1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Broncos, 16-9Week 3 opponent: at Chicago BearsOne thing to know: Credit where it's due, the Texans outplayed and outcoached the Broncos for the majority of their matchup last week, before Denver's talent finally proved enough to push them to victory late in the game. New head coach Lovie Smith is making the best of what he has to work with; he just doesn't have all that much.Record: 0-1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Jaguars, 24-0Week 3 opponent: vs. Kansas City ChiefsOne thing to know: There's not much good to be taken away from a shutout loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. At least wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. is likely back in the lineup this week.Record: 0-2Week 2 result: Lost to the Rams, 31-27Week 3 opponent: at Seattle SeahawksOne thing to know: Marcus Mariota is fun to watch, as is rookie wide receiver Drake London, but the Falcons do not appear to have the horses to compete with the top tier of the NFL this year.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the 49ers, 27-7Week 3 opponent: vs. Atlanta FalconsOne thing to know: Removed from the passion of revenge sparked by Russell Wilson's return to Seattle in Week 1, the Seahawks looked rather tame against the 49ers. Head coach Pete Carroll attempted to pull out a bit of razzle-dazzle against San Francisco, dialing up a running back pass from DeeJay Dallas in the red zone, only to see the running back's first ever pass attempt picked off in the end zone. After the game, Carroll said he regretted the decision, but not before saying it was a really cool play to call.Whatever you say, Pete.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Packers, 27-10Week 3 opponent: vs. Houston TexansOne thing to know: Justin Fields has attempted just 28 passes so far this season. If the Bears offense doesn't attempt to take some shots against the Texans this week, I'm not sure they ever will.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Browns, 31-30Week 3 opponent: vs. Cincinnati BengalsOne thing to know: Rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson looked like a stud on Sunday, finishing the game with eight receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score in the final seconds. He's an early front-runner in the Offensive Rookie of the Year conversation.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Lions, 36-27Week 3 opponent: vs. Philadelphia EaglesOne thing to know: The Washington Commanders don't look like they will be much fun to watch this year, but they do look like they will be quite relevant to fantasy players, with receivers Curtis Samuel and Jahan Dotson both emerging as surprisingly valuable assets early in the season.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Jets, 31-30Week 3 opponent: vs. Pittsburgh SteelersOne thing to know: It was an all-around team failure for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, who somehow found a way to turn a 30-17 lead with less than two minutes to play into a 31-30 loss to the New York Jets. The team is now 0-1 in the Brownie the Elf era.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Colts, 24-0Week 3 opponent: at Los Angeles ChargersOne thing to know: Doug Pederson got his first win back as an NFL head coach by way of a 24-0 shellacking of the Indianapolis Colts. Last year, it took the Urban Meyer Jaguars until mid-October to get their first win of the season (in London), and another month before they secured a win on American soil. Safe to say, things are off to a much better start this year.Record: 0-2Week 2 result: Lost to the Bills, 41-7Week 3 opponent: vs. Las Vegas RaidersOne thing to know: Once feared as an offensive wrecking ball, running back Derrick Henry has looked human through two games this year, averaging a disappointing 3.1 yards per attempt. Without his legs constantly pushing the Titans forward, the offense has largely stalled.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Commanders, 36-27Week 3 opponent: at Minnesota VikingsOne thing to know: Dan Campbell has the Lions looking hungry, and the results show on the field. Through two games, only the Buffalo Bills have scored more points than the Lions, with wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown leading the team as a budding superstar. Given how open the NFC looks, don't be surprised if the Lions claw their way into the playoffs a year ahead of schedule.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Texans, 16-9Week 3 opponent: vs. San Francisco 49ersOne thing to know: Someone needs to help Nathaniel Hackett. While it's only been two games, Hackett has already shown on multiple occasions that he's not cut out to manage the clock for the Broncos, including a performance on Sunday that was so embarrassing that the home crowd in Denver started openly jeering him. Hackett better get his act together soon — one more snafu in primetime against the 49ers this week and the Broncos might decide that Hackett should finish his time in Denver as a one-and-done coach.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Patriots, 17-14Week 3 opponent: at Cleveland BrownsOne thing to know: Last year, the Steelers offense was hamstrung by Ben Roethlisberger's inability to push the ball deep. This year, Mitch Trubisky appears to be causing similar issues for Pittsburgh, having attempted just 12 passes deeper than 10 yards downfield. It the Steelers offense doesn't get things moving soon, don't be surprised if fans start calling for rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett to get a shot at the starting job. Record: 0-2Week 2 result: Lost to the Cardinals, 29-23Week 3 opponent: at Tennessee TitansOne thing to know: Hunter Renfrow fumbled twice in overtime to seal the Raiders collapse against the Cardinals. It was a tough break for the normally sure-handed wide receiver, but one might also blame the Raiders offensive plan coming into the game, as newly acquired superstar Davante Adams had just two receptions on the day.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Bengals, 20-17Week 3 opponent: at New York GiantsOne thing to know: No Prescott? No problem. Backup quarterback Cooper Rush and the Dallas Cowboys took care of business against the Bengals last week, completing one of the most impressive wins of the young season thus far. With the return of wide receiver Michael Gallup on the horizon, the offense should only improve as Dak Prescott continues on the road to recovery.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Buccaneers, 20-10Week 3 opponent: at Carolina PanthersOne thing to know: Rookie wide receiver Chris Olave is a player to keep an eye on this year, for both football fans and fantasy players. Though he's yet to truly erupt on the field, he's being targeted on deep balls at a rate that is eventually going to pay off in a big way.Record: 0-2Week 2 result: Lost to the Cowboys, 20-17Week 3 opponent: at New York JetsOne thing to know: Joe Burrow has no protection. Through two games, Burrow has been sacked a league-high 13 times. This comes after the Bengals spent the off-season revamping their offensive line despite reaching the Super Bowl last year. Right now, that Super Bowl appearance seems like ages ago — if Cincinnati has any hope of even getting back to the postseason, they're going to have to turn this ship around fast.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Panthers, 19-16Week 3 opponent: vs. Dallas CowboysOne thing to know: New head coach Brian Daboll has begun his tenure with the Giants with two statement wins, trusting his players and spreading good vibes throughout a locker room that has been bereft of good vibes for quite some time. The only person apparently not enjoying the party is wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who despite his paycheck, is struggling to find playing time in the current Giants offense.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Steelers, 17-14Week 3 opponent: vs. Baltimore RavensOne thing to know: Slow starts are nothing new for the New England Patriots, who have started 2-4 through the first six weeks of each of their post-Brady seasons thus far. Still, the lack of offensive identity this team currently has must be unsettling.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Raiders, 29-23Week 3 opponent: vs. Los Angeles RamsOne thing to know: Kyler Murray is a game-breaker.No other quarterback in the NFL has this kind of magic. Doubt him at your own peril.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Seahawks, 27-7Week 3 opponent: at Denver BroncosOne thing to know: Quarterback Trey Lance was lost for the season with an ankle injury last week against the Seahawks, leaving Jimmy Garoppolo to step in for San Francisco once again. According to oddsmakers, this might not be a bad thing for the 49ers, as their odds to win the Super Bowl actually improved after the QB switch was made official.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Eagles, 24-7Week 3 opponent: vs. Detroit LionsOne thing to know: After a statement win over the Packers to start the season, the Vikings looked absolutely lost against the Eagles on Monday night. With weapons like Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook leading the offense, Minnesota has all the firepower necessary to be a contender in the wide open NFC, but when those two stars are held to a combined 84 total yards, things get dicey fast.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Falcons, 31-27Week 3 opponent: at Arizona CardinalsOne thing to know: The Rams now have one embarrassing loss and one less-than-comfortable win on the young 2022 season. It's not the ideal way for the reigning Super Bowl champions to start their title defense. One bright spot: Wide receiver Allen Robinson was more involved in the offense on Sunday after being ignored for nearly the entirety of the season opener. Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Beat the Bears, 27-10Week 3 opponent: at Tampa Bay BuccaneersOne thing to know: Aaron Rodgers is still cobbling together a group of receivers out of nearly nothing, but at least the vibes in Green Bay appear better than they have in a while. The team even had themselves a tea party in the end zone.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Dolphins, 42-38Week 3 opponent: at New England PatriotsOne thing to know: While the Ravens couldn't hold on to beat the Dolphins on Sunday, Lamar Jackson's campaign to get paid next season had another brilliant week, with Jackson throwing for 318 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 119 and one more score. As long as he stays healthy, the value of Jackson's next deal should only continue to increase week after week.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Ravens, 42-38Week 3 opponent: vs. Buffalo BillsOne thing to know: Tua Tagovailoa's six touchdown throws in a comeback win against the Ravens helped to silence any critics still arguing that he didn't have the juice to play in the NFL. That said, chucking balls up to the likes of Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill certainly would help any QB in the league looking for a confidence boost.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Vikings, 24-7Week 3 opponent: at Washington CommandersOne thing to know: Don't look now, but the Eagles are fiesty. After a dominant win over the Vikings in primetime, the Eagles have watched their Super Bowl odds drop off a cliff as they establish themselves as potential contenders for the NFC throne. Leading the way is quarterback Jalen Hurts, who is already putting together an interesting MVP case — albeit just through two weeks.Record: 1-1Week 2 result: Lost to the Chiefs, 27-24Week 3 opponent: vs. Jacksonville JaguarsOne thing to know: Last year, Chargers head coach Brandon Staley positioned himself as one of the most aggressive fourth down coaches in football, but against the Chiefs, he abandoned that strategy and lost his team a chance to win in the process. It's possible Staley finds it easier to be aggressive against the Jaguars this weekend.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Saints, 20-10Week 3 opponent: vs. Green Bay PackersOne thing to know: The Buccaneers played an eventful game against the Saints last week, featuring frustration from Tom Brady and an on-field brawl that resulted in ejections for two players. Brady's offensive struggles won't be getting any easier this week, with stud wide receiver Mike Evans suspended for his part in the fracas. Tampa Bay has signed veteran Cole Beasley to provide depth to an already thin receiving corps.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Chargers, 27-24Week 3 opponent: at Indianapolis ColtsOne thing to know: Patrick Mahomes extended his September magic with yet another early-season win, this time over the Los Angeles Chargers. A heavyweight matchup against the Buffalo Bills looms in mid-October.Record: 2-0Week 2 result: Beat the Titans, 41-7Week 3 opponent: at Miami DolphinsOne thing to know: The Buffalo Bills have won their two games to start the year by a combined 55 points. They have the highest point differential in the NFL by 29 points. Further, those two wins came against the reigning Super Bowl champions and the reigning No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Bills are an absolute force to be reckoned with, and it's unclear who — if anyone — can challenge them.