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The Week 3 NFL schedule for the 2023 season is stacked with great matchups, and we’ve got you covered with what you need to know heading into the weekend. Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the biggest keys to every game and a bold prediction for each matchup.

Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a big stat to know and a betting nugget for each contest, and our Football Power Index (FPI) goes inside the numbers with a game projection. Analytics writer Seth Walder picks out each matchup’s biggest X factor, and fantasy analyst Eric Moody hands out helpful fantasy football intel. Finally, Walder and Moody give us final score picks for every game. Everything you want to know is here in one spot to help you get ready for a loaded weekend of NFL football.

Let’s get into the full Week 3 slate, including an AFC East Patriots-Jets showdown, Justin Herbert vs. Kirk Cousins and a pair of first-round rookie running backs facing off. It all culminates with a doubleheader on “Monday Night Football” — the Eagles visit the Buccaneers (7:15 p.m. ET) on ABC/ESPN+ and the Rams take on the Bengals (8:15 p.m. ET) on ESPN/ESPN2. (Game times are Sunday unless otherwise noted.)

Jump to a matchup:

Thursday: SF 30, NYG 12

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: DET -3 (46)

Storyline to watch: Atlanta’s No. 8 overall pick, Bijan Robinson, and the Lions’ No. 12 overall pick, Jahmyr Gibbs, will be in action in the same game on Sunday. Gibbs wants to be the best running back out there but says he has been impressed by Robinson so far. Robinson and Gibbs were the first pair of running backs to go in the top 12 picks of the draft since 2017, when Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey were selected fourth and eighth, respectively. — Eric Woodyard

Bold prediction: With Detroit’s offensive line banged up — Taylor Decker (ankle) and Halapoulivaati Vaitai (left knee) are dealing with injuries — Falcons defensive end Calais Campbell will make personal history, picking up career sack No. 100 in the second quarter. It will be one of three sacks the Falcons have against Detroit, which would double their total for the season. — Michael Rothstein

Stat to know: Robinson has 180 rushing yards (the second most in the NFL) and leads all running backs in receptions (10) this season.

Matchup X factor: Falcons defensive tackle David Onyemata. He has come up huge so far this year with a 22% pass rush win rate at defensive tackle, the fourth best at the position. If he and Grady Jarrett are able to break through the Lions’ offensive line and disrupt quarterback Jared Goff, that would go a long way toward slowing down the explosive Detroit offense. — Walder

Injuries: Falcons | Lions

What to know for fantasy: Goff has one of the highest on-target rates through Week 2. He has produced a quarterback rating of 85 or higher in each of the past nine games and has averaged 19.4 fantasy points per game in that span. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Lions are 24-12 against the spread (ATS) under Dan Campbell, the second-best mark in the NFL in that span (since 2021). He is 3-3 outright and ATS as a favorite. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Lions 31, Falcons 27
Walder’s pick: Lions 30, Falcons 20
FPI prediction: DET, 55.1% (by an average of 1.9 points)

Matchup must-reads: Falcons’ Okudah ready for return to Detroit … Montgomery could miss ‘couple weeks’ … Ridder still striving for improvement after 2-0 start … Lions lose Gardner-Johnson to torn pec; he hopes to be back in 2023



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1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: BUF -6.5 (43.5)

Storyline to watch: Sunday’s game will come down to who wins the battle outside the pocket: Bills quarterback Josh Allen or Washington’s defense? Washington has allowed 16 dropbacks to be extended outside the pocket — second most in the NFL — but ranks fourth in completion percentage on those plays (33.3%). Meanwhile, Allen has thrown three touchdowns while outside the pocket — tied for first in the NFL — and has thrown for the fifth-most yards (79). — John Keim

Bold prediction: The two teams will combine for at least 10 sacks. The Commanders are tied for the league lead in sacks with 10, but they have also given up 10 sacks (tied for second most). So, the Bills will have an opportunity to increase their sack total from three. — Alaina Getzenberg

Stat to know: The Bills have won eight of nine matchups against the Commanders since losing Super Bowl XXVI following the 1991 season. Seven of those eight wins have been by double digits (their only loss was on road in Week 15 of 2015).

Matchup X factor: Commanders cornerback Kendall Fuller. He’s off to a hot start with just a 9% target rate — best among all corners with at least 50 coverage snaps — and 0.2 yards per coverage snap allowed, per NFL Next Gen Stats. If the Commanders are going to beat the Bills, stopping the Buffalo pass game will be key. — Walder

Injuries: Bills | Commanders

What to know for fantasy: The Commanders have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers. Buffalo WR Stefon Diggs has 17 receptions for 242 yards and a touchdown in two games at Washington. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Washington quarterback Sam Howell is 2-0 outright as an underdog in his career. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Bills 27, Commanders 21
Walder’s pick: Bills 33, Commanders 17
FPI prediction: BUF, 73.4% (by an average of 8.8 points)

Matchup must-reads: Bills’ balanced approach could be new blueprint … Commanders relishing starting 2-0 … Young’s splashy return a good sign for Washington’s defense

1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: GB -2 (42.5)

Storyline to watch: Jordan Love has settled into the QB1 job, but there’s one thing he hasn’t done yet: Start a game at Lambeau Field. In fact, most of his playing time over the past three seasons has come on the road. Of his 135 career passing attempts, only 11 have been at Lambeau Field. Saints quarterback Derek Carr has one career start at Lambeau in 2019 — he threw for 293 yards and two touchdown passes in a loss as a member of the Raiders. — Rob Demovsky

Bold prediction: The Saints will hold the Packers to less than 100 rushing yards. Green Bay is averaging just 88 rushing yards through two games, and running back Aaron Jones missed last week with a hamstring injury. The Packers could certainly test the Saints’ pass defense, which will be without starting safety Marcus Maye (suspended), but their run defense will be stout again, especially if Jones isn’t 100%. — Katherine Terrell

Stat to know: The Saints have held opponents to 20 or fewer points in a franchise-record 10 straight games. The only team with a longer streak over the past 25 seasons was the Patriots (11 straight in 2018-19).

Matchup X factor: Packers wide receiver Jayden Reed. The rookie has a whopping 38% target rate in two games, which puts him behind Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce. — Walder

Injuries: Saints | Packers

What to know for fantasy: Love has scored 20 or more fantasy points in consecutive games and leads the league in passer rating (123.2). See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Green Bay is 13-4 ATS after a loss under Matt LaFleur. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Packers 28, Saints 21
Walder’s pick: Packers 19, Saints 16
FPI prediction: GB, 53.3% (by an average of 1.2 points)

Matchup must-reads: Williams (hamstring) expected to miss time … Love not ready to make up for Packers’ deficiencies — yet … Saints WR trio making a difference in crunch time

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: MIA -6.5 (48.5)

Storyline to watch: The Dolphins seek their second straight 3-0 start under Mike McDaniel, and they’ve got a great matchup waiting in their home opener. Miami’s NFL-best passing offense (355 yards/game) faces the Broncos’ 21st-ranked pass defense (233 yards/game) — although Miami might be without wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, who entered concussion protocol this week. — Marcel Louis-Jacques

Bold prediction: The Broncos will need patience and some stops by their own defense, but they will have their first 100-yard rusher of the season. Miami’s defense, with former Broncos coach Vic Fangio calling the shots, makes it hard to find the big plays in the passing game. But the Broncos’ three backs — Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine and rookie Jaleel McLaughlin — and even QB Russell Wilson should find some room against a Miami defense that allowed 233 yards rushing to the Chargers in Week 1 and is allowing opposing runners to gain 4.9 yards per carry. — Jeff Legwold

Stat to know: Wilson’s 17 QBR vs. man coverage this season is the second worst in the NFL behind Steelers QB Kenny Pickett. The Dolphins have used man coverage at the third-highest rate in the NFL through the first two weeks of the 2023 season (62% of time).

Matchup X factor: Broncos cornerback Pat Surtain II. He’s off to a nice start this season with just 42 yards allowed over 60 coverage snaps (that 0.7 yards per coverage snap allowed ranks sixth best among corners with at least 50 coverage snaps, per NFL Next Gen Stats). Containing the Dolphins’ wide receivers is a mighty challenge, but Surtain is one corner who might be up for it. — Walder

Injuries: Broncos | Dolphins

What to know for fantasy: Wilson has averaged 280.7 passing yards and 18.5 fantasy points per game against the Dolphins in his career. In two games this season, Wilson has thrown for 485 passing yards, five passing touchdowns and rushed for 57 yards. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Dolphins are 14-5-1 ATS as home favorites since 2017. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Dolphins 35, Broncos 30
Walder’s pick: Dolphins 24, Broncos 20
FPI prediction: MIA, 70% (by an average of 7.4 points)

Matchup must-reads: Payton eyeing ways to fix clock management issues … Tagovailoa, Dolphins’ offense off to scorching start to 2023 season

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: CLE -3.5 (39.5)

Storyline to watch: How will quarterback Deshaun Watson bounce-back following a miserable “Monday Night Football” performance in which he had a 55% completion percentage, was sacked six times and fumbled twice? The Titans’ defense is tied for the eighth-most sacks (7) through two games, which doesn’t bode well for Watson. The defense also won’t have to worry about All-Pro running back Nick Chubb, who is lost for the season with a knee injury. — Jake Trotter

Bold prediction: A late strip sack will lead to a Titans win. The Titans’ defensive line has consistently set its focus on getting to the quarterback and knocking the ball out. Given how Watson has three fumbles in two games, this week will be a prime opportunity for Titans defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons and the defense to generate a late turnover. — Turron Davenport

Stat to know: The Browns have not allowed any red zone touchdowns or field goals. They would be the first team since at least 1978 to not allow any red zone points through three games.

Matchup X factor: The Browns’ surprisingly strong run defense. After ranking 29th in EPA per designed run allowed last season, the defense ranks third in the category after two weeks in 2023. That’s important against a Titans team that is better on the ground than through the air. — Walder

Injuries: Titans | Browns

What to know for fantasy: Running back Kareem Hunt, who signed with the Browns following Chubb’s injury, trailed only Chubb in rushing attempts (442), rushing yards (1,874) and rushing touchdowns (16) during his previous four seasons with the Browns. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Titans are 7-2-1 ATS on the road since the start of last season (7-1-1 ATS last nine). Read more.

Moody’s pick: Titans 20, Browns 17
Walder’s pick: Browns 24, Titans 17
FPI prediction: CLE, 57.1% (by an average of 2.6 points)

Matchup must-reads: Tannehill reasserts himself at Titans’ QB1, leaves bad Week 1 behind … Browns lose Chubb for season after ‘significant’ knee injury … With Chubb out, Browns need Watson to play like $230 million



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1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: MIN -1 (54)

Storyline to watch: Both teams are 0-2 and on a weird run of losing close games, dating back to the 2022 season. The Chargers have lost the past four games they’ve played, all by three points or less, while the Vikings have lost three consecutive games by one score, after winning 11 consecutive such games. — Kevin Seifert

Bold prediction: Justin Herbert will throw for less than 200 yards. Herbert has thrown for fewer than 200 yards four times in his career, one of which came against the Vikings in 2021. The Vikings have one of the worst run defenses in the NFL, so the Chargers will rely on the ground game. — Kris Rhim

Stat to know: Keenan Allen needs 111 receiving yards to pass Lance Alworth (9,584) for second most in Chargers history.

Matchup X factor: Chargers cornerbacks Asante Samuel Jr., Michael Davis and J.C. Jackson. The trio allows 1.8, 2.7 and 3.0 yards per coverage snap, respectively — and the average for corners this year is 1.4, per NFL Next Gen Stats. They’re going against the Vikings, who have the highest designed pass rate in the league (80%). — Walder

Injuries: Chargers | Vikings

What to know for fantasy: While the Vikings traded for Cam Akers to energize their running game, with Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson, T.J. Hockenson and Jordan Addison they will continue to rely heavily on the passing game. This season, the Chargers’ defense has allowed the most yards on deep passes. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Vikings have covered five straight meetings dating back to 2007. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Vikings, 34, Chargers 31
Walder’s pick: Chargers 33, Vikings 28
FPI prediction: LAC, 53.2% (by an average of 1.2 points)

Matchup must-reads: Chargers not ‘turning our back on each other’ after 0-2 start, defensive woes … Jefferson, Cousins and Hunter start hot ahead of contract talks … No timetable for Ekeler’s return, coach says … Vikings still confident in Mattison after Akers deal



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1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: NE -2.5 (36.5)

Storyline to watch: It’s all about the streak (the Patriots have won 14 straight in this series) and two 2021 first-round quarterbacks: Mac Jones and Zach Wilson. Jones has regained his footing after a disappointing 2022, while Wilson, starting for the injured Aaron Rodgers, looks to conquer his New England demons (0-4 against the Patriots). — Rich Cimini

Bold prediction: A special teams play will decide the game. Consider that the Jets have converted on six straight fake punts since 2014 (their most recent coming last week versus Dallas), which is the second-longest streak over that span. And the NFL is still buzzing over Brenden Schooler’s blocked field goal last week, as the Patriots look to block a kick in back-to-back games for the first time since 2017. — Mike Reiss

Stat to know: Jones has thrown 96 passes this season, which leads all quarterbacks through two weeks and is the third most by any player in the team’s first two games in franchise history (Tom Brady: 100 in 2009, Drew Bledsoe: 98 in 1995).

Matchup X factor: Jets left tackle Duane Brown. His 63% pass block win rate ranks worst among all tackles. He simply has to protect better for his quarterback to have a chance. — Walder

Injuries: Patriots | Jets

What to know for fantasy: With an average of 4.8 yards per target, the Patriots’ wide receiver corps ranks 31st in the league. New England’s receivers now face a solid Jets cornerback unit. This has the makings of a low-scoring affair. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Seven of Wilson’s past eight starts have gone under the total. He is 0-4 outright and ATS in his past four starts. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Patriots 14, Jets 13
Walder’s pick: Patriots 20, Jets 14
FPI prediction: NYJ, 54.7% (by an average of 1.7 points)

Matchup must-reads: Inside Patriots’ thrilling FG block that’s ‘going to change the game’ … Jets’ slow-starting offensive line vows better protection for Wilson

1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: JAX -9 (44.5)

Storyline to watch: The Texans’ offensive line is ravaged by injuries, which could make things rough for rookie QB C.J. Stroud. He hasn’t thrown an interception but has already been sacked 11 times in two games. The Jaguars’ defense has forced six turnovers and sacked opposing quarterbacks six times in two games. That would seem to be a recipe for the Jaguars to win back-to-back games in the series for the first time since 2017. — Michael DiRocco

Bold prediction: Expect the Texans to force at least two turnovers, with multiple sacks, and pull off the upset. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is 1-3 against the Texans and has thrown three touchdown passes and six interceptions. According to NFL Next Gen Stats, the Texans rank fifth in the league in pressure rate (44%). When Lawrence is pressured, he completes just 44% of his passes with a rating of 29. — DJ Bien-Aime

Stat to know: Stroud has 91 pass attempts without an interception. He is only 44 attempts shy of reaching the top five longest streaks to begin a career (Dak Prescott 176, Tom Brady 162, Kyle Allen 159, Tua Tagovailoa 153 and Carson Wentz/Desmond Ridder 134).

Matchup X factor: Texans running back Dameon Pierce. He has 69 rushing yards in two weeks of action and now is facing the Jaguars, who have the best EPA per designed run allowed in the league. Stroud could surely use a little more support from the ground game. — Walder

Injuries: Texans | Jaguars

What to know for fantasy: Stroud has amassed 626 passing yards in his first two career starts. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Jaguars are 0-7 ATS in their past seven games as home favorites (1-6 outright). Read more.

Moody’s pick: Jaguars 27, Texans 17
Walder’s pick: Texans 23, Jaguars 21
FPI prediction: JAX, 71.2% (by an average of 7.9 points)

Matchup must-reads: Loss overshadows Stroud’s historic day for Texans … Struggling offense should concern Jaguars … Texans lose CB Stingley Jr. to hamstring injury

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: BAL -8 (45)

Storyline to watch: Lamar Jackson vs. Colts pass rush. Indianapolis ranks second in the AFC with eight sacks, including six last Sunday against the Texans. Last week, Jackson wasn’t sacked for the first time since September 2022 and faced a career-low 9.1% pressure rate, despite missing injured starting center Tyler Linderbaum and left tackle Ronnie Stanley. — Jamison Hensley

Bold prediction: The Colts will hold the Ravens to fewer than 75 rushing yards despite Baltimore’s average of 144 yards through two games. The Colts rank first in rushing defense, allowing just 2.6 yards per carry entering Week 3. That’s not to say Jackson can’t beat the Colts through the air. But an effective performance against the run will make Baltimore’s offense a bit more one-dimensional and easier to defend. — Stephen Holder

Stat to know: Rookie Zay Flowers has 13 receptions in his first two games, which is more than twice as much as any other Ravens player (all other Baltimore receivers have combined for 16).

Matchup X factor: Ravens wide receiver Nelson Agholor. After Odell Beckham Jr. didn’t finish the Ravens’ Week 2 game and was held out of practice on Wednesday, Agholor might take on a larger role. If so, he’s coming off a strong game in which he caught five passes for 63 yards and a touchdown. — Walder

Injuries: Colts | Ravens

What to know for fantasy: Jackson has the second-highest completion percentage (74.5%) among quarterbacks through two games. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Colts’ past five road games have gone over the total. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Ravens 33, Colts 17
Walder’s pick: Ravens 23, Colts 20
FPI prediction: BAL, 77.3% (by an average of 10.5 points)

Matchup must-reads: With Richardson in concussion protocol, QB’s style sparks debate … Jackson’s accuracy has taken the Ravens QB to another level

4:05 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: SEA -6.5 (42)

Storyline to watch: Bryce Young missed the first two days of practice this week with an ankle injury, putting veteran Andy Dalton in line to start Sunday at Lumen Field. The 35-year-old Dalton isn’t anywhere near the dynamic threat that Young is, but he did game-manage the Saints to a victory over Seattle last October. — Brady Henderson

Bold prediction: Dalton will light up a Seattle defense that ranks 30th in passing yards allowed (325 per game) with 350 yards and three touchdown passes. That would be huge, considering Young (ankle) has combined for 299 yards passing and two touchdown passes in the first two games. Dalton shouldn’t have to worry about much pressure from the Seahawks, who rank 29th in sacks with two. — David Newton

Stat to know: Kenneth Walker III has four career games with multiple rushing touchdowns, tied for the most by a Seahawks player in his first two seasons in team history (David Sims, Curt Warner, Derrick Fenner).

Matchup X factor: Dalton. I suspect he’ll be an upgrade over Young in the rookie’s current state — Young has a 36 QBR in two games — and that might give Carolina a chance. — Walder

Injuries: Panthers | Seahawks

What to know for fantasy: The Panthers have allowed at least 130 rushing yards in each of their first two games. The Seahawks’ offensive line ranks seventh in run block win rate. In this matchup, Walker might exceed expectations. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Seahawks are 1-6 ATS as a favorite over the past two seasons, going 0-5 ATS in their past five games. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Seahawks 28, Panthers 17
Walder’s pick: Seahawks 24, Panthers 17
FPI prediction: SEA, 72.5% (by an average of 8.4 points)

Matchup must-reads: Panthers not expecting Young to play vs. Seahawks … Seahawks’ Woolen likely out Sunday



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4:25 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: KC -13 (48)

Storyline to watch: First to seven points wins? It hasn’t been that bad for either team, but offensively the Chiefs and Bears have been disappointments though two weeks. These teams are tied for 22nd in the league in scoring with 37 points through two games. Each team, Kansas City in particular, has reason to believe improvement will come if it can stop sloppy offensive play. Still, the problems have been so widespread for the Chiefs and Bears that it’s not wise to expect an explosive, high-scoring game. — Adam Teicher

Bold prediction: Patrick Mahomes will toss five touchdown passes against Chicago, three of which go to tight end Travis Kelce. Matt Eberflus is back to calling the Bears’ defense after former defensive coordinator Alan Williams’ sudden resignation. Eberflus’ Colts teams held Mahomes to his lowest Total QBR (56.3) against any team he has faced multiple times, including the playoffs. But the Chiefs quarterback is primed for a breakout performance against a Bears defense that has allowed an average of 25.5 offensive points in the first two games. — Courtney Cronin

Stat to know: Since the start of last season, 54% of the Chiefs’ receiving yards have come after the catch, the highest rate in the league. The Bears rank 31st in opponent YAC per reception over the same span.

Matchup X factor: Bears backup left tackle Larry Borom, assuming he gets the call to replace the injured Braxton Jones. Jones’ 97% pass block win rate ranked third among tackles, so Borom has impressive shoes to fill. — Walder

Injuries: Bears | Chiefs

What to know for fantasy: Justin Fields has been sacked on 11.5% of his dropbacks since entering the league. Fields has taken 10 sacks so far this season despite having the fifth-highest average time to throw. Don’t overlook the Chiefs if you’re looking for a streamable defense. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Fields is 8-18-1 ATS in his career, including 0-3 ATS when getting double digits. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Chiefs 33, Bears 13
Walder’s pick: Chiefs 38, Bears 16
FPI prediction: KC, 81.9% (by an average of 12.8 points)

Matchup must-reads: GM says Bears don’t view Fields ‘as a finger pointer’ … Will Mahomes ever be paid what he’s worth? … Reid says Chiefs ‘can fix’ Taylor’s penalty woes



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4:25 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: DAL -12 (43)

Storyline to watch: The Cardinals have been able to get to opposing quarterbacks with relative ease through two games, ranking tied for third with nine sacks. Sunday will be a battle of a top-tier pass rush against a top-tier offensive line, as the Cowboys have allowed just one sack of quarterback Dak Prescott. — Josh Weinfuss

Bold prediction: The Cardinals will have more possessions with fewer than 20 yards against the Cowboys than the nine they have had in their first two games of the season. The Cowboys’ defense has had eight drives in each of their wins, against the New York Giants and New York Jets, in which they allowed fewer than 20 yards. In 111 snaps, opposing offenses have combined for 17 negative-yardage plays. At 15.3%, that ranks second in the NFL. — Todd Archer

Stat to know: Prescott will play his 100th career game against the Cardinals. He’s the only player in NFL history with at least 150 touchdown passes and 25 rushing touchdowns in his first 100 games.

Matchup X factor: Cowboys defensive tackle Osa Odighizuwa. Here’s another chance for Odighizuwa to shine: He’s currently leading the league in pass rush win rate as a defensive tackle (25%). — Walder

Injuries: Cowboys | Cardinals

What to know for fantasy: Dallas has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, the fewest to running backs and the fewest to wide receivers. If you have players facing the Cowboys’ defense on your fantasy teams, temper your expectations. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Cardinals are the sixth team in the past 30 seasons to start 2-0 ATS and 0-2 outright. Those teams are 1-4 outright and ATS in their third game (Falcons won and covered last season). Read more.

Moody’s pick: Cowboys 35, Cardinals 10
Walder’s pick: Cowboys 33, Cardinals 3
FPI prediction: DAL, 88.1% (by an average of 16.5 points)

Matchup must-reads: How Prescott got in sync with Cowboys’ receivers … Watkins to undergo biceps surgery … Cowboys CB Diggs suffers torn ACL … Cardinals’ offense progresses but needs to finish



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8:20 p.m. ET | NBC | Spread: LV -2.5 (43)

Storyline to watch: Beat the Raiders in the teams’ first meeting in Las Vegas and Kenny Pickett will be the first Steelers quarterback to win a game in the Raiders’ home stadium since … Neil O’Donnell back on Dec. 10, 1995 — 2½ years before Pickett was born. The Raiders have won four straight home games against the Steelers (2006, 2012, 2013, 2018) with four different QBs (Andrew Walter, Carson Palmer, Terrelle Pryor and Derek Carr) by the average score of 25-21, beating two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in each of those contests. Those games, though, were all in Oakland. — Paul Gutierrez

Bold prediction: Josh Jacobs gets his first 100-yard rushing game of the season. Jacobs averaged nearly 100 yards a game last season, so this prediction doesn’t seem that bold. However, in the Week 2 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Jacobs had minus-2 rushing yards on nine attempts after just 48 yards a week earlier. Jacobs gets back on track this week against the Steelers, who have allowed the most rush yards over expected (plus-144) of any defense through Week 2 since 2018, according to NFL Next Gen Stats. — Brooke Pryor

Stat to know: Davante Adams has 116 straight games with a reception, the fifth-longest active streak in the league, trailing DeAndre Hopkins (147), Travis Kelce (144), Stefon Diggs (121) and Zach Ertz (118).

Matchup X factor: Pickett. The Steelers quarterback was bailed out by the defense in Week 2, but he has to be better for Pittsburgh to succeed going forward. Pickett has an 18.8 QBR, which ranks last of all qualifying quarterbacks. — Walder

Injuries: Steelers | Raiders

What to know for fantasy: This season, the Raiders have allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to running backs. In order for Pittsburgh running backs to capitalize on this trend, its offensive line must perform better. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Mike Tomlin is 2-6 ATS in his career against the Raiders. He is 3-5 outright, all as a favorite. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Steelers 24, Raiders 21
Walder’s pick: Raiders 27, Steelers 16
FPI prediction: LV, 50.8% (by an average of 0.4 points)

Matchup must-reads: Fitzpatrick on Chubb hit: ‘I’m not a dirty player’ … Adams criticizes ‘out of control’ safety Rapp … Can Pickens help save the Steelers’ offense? … Two games, one target: Renfrow trying to make sense of Raiders role

Monday, 7:15 p.m. ET | ABC/ESPN+ | Spread: PHI -5 (46)

Storyline to watch: Almost no one saw the Bucs starting the season off 2-0, but their matchup with the defending NFC champions will be the only battle of unbeatens in Week 3. With the league’s top two run-stopping units, plus defenses that have a combined 12.0 sacks and 11 takeaways, you get the feeling this one will come down to who can protect their quarterback better. — Jenna Laine

Bold prediction: Mike Evans will find the end zone twice. He is coming off a monster six-catch, 171-yard performance against the Bears, and now faces a banged-up Eagles secondary that just lost slot corner Avonte Maddox for the year with a torn pec. Mario Goodrich got his first action as a pro in his place. It’s a safe bet the Bucs will line Evans up inside to try to take advantage of Maddox’s absence. — Tim McManus

Stat to know: DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown represent 79% of the Eagles’ receiving yards, 59% of the targets and 55% of the receptions this season (highest percentage of a team’s receiving yards by a duo this season).

Matchup X factor: Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield. He has faced the lowest rate of light boxes (harder to throw against) in the league, and I suspect that will change this week if Tampa Bay falls behind. — Walder

Injuries: Eagles | Buccaneers

What to know for fantasy: Evans and Chris Godwin are a talented and versatile wide receiver duo, and Tampa Bay should rely heavily on them. The Eagles currently rank 31st in the league in pass defense, allowing 326 yards per game. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: Mayfield is 3-0 ATS in his past three starts and 5-2 ATS in his past seven starts. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Eagles 27, Buccaneers 17
Walder’s pick: Eagles 30, Buccaneers 10
FPI prediction: PHI, 69.6% (by an average of 7.2 points)

Matchup must-reads: Tests confirm Maddox tore his pectoral muscle … Bucs WR Mike Evans’ big day prompts online trend … Buccaneers’ Shaq Barrett dedicates pick-six to late daughter



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Liz Loza expects A. J. Brown to post strong fantasy numbers in Week 3.

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET | ESPN | Spread: CIN -3 (44)

Storyline to watch: Will Joe Burrow be available on Sunday? The Cincinnati QB is day-to-day as he continues to recover from a strained right calf that he reinjured in Week 2. Whether it’s Burrow or backup QB Jake Browning, the Bengals’ offense that ranks last in total yards per game (212.0) will face a Rams defense that ranks sixth in the NFL in total yards allowed per game (272.5) this season. — Ben Baby

Bold prediction: Regardless of who is at quarterback for the Bengals, Aaron Donald will take advantage of Cincinnati’s interior offensive line with two sacks Monday night. Although it’s a new combination of guard-center-guard for the Bengals, the group has struggled to protect the quarterback, ranking 31st in pass block win rate among interior offensive lines since the start of the 2022 season. Donald leads all interior defenders (with 100 interior pass-rush plays with win or loss) in pass rush win rate over that same span. — Sarah Barshop

Stat to know: Matthew Stafford’s 93 pass attempts this season rank second in the NFL behind Mac Jones (96). Stafford would need to throw 41 times to tie his career high for most pass attempts through his team’s first three games of a season (135 in 2018 with the Lions).

Matchup X factor: Bengals cornerbacks Cam Taylor-Britt and Chidobe Awuzie. Can anyone stop rookie star receiver Puka Nacua? Taylor-Britt and Awuzie will be the latest to try. — Walder

Injuries: Rams | Bengals

What to know for fantasy: With Akers gone, RB Kyren Williams could easily be a must-start. In last week’s game against the 49ers, Williams played 96% of the offensive snaps and had 20 touches. The Bengals rank 31st in rushing yards allowed so far this season, which should give Williams room to work. See Week 3 rankings. — Moody

Betting nugget: The Bengals are 9-3 ATS in their past 12 games as a favorite. Read more.

Moody’s pick: Bengals 26, Rams 23
Walder’s pick: Rams 26, Bengals 20
FPI prediction: CIN, 65.3% (by an average of 5.5 points)

Matchup must-reads: Meet Rams sensation Nacua … Burrow ‘day-to-day’ after tweaking calf injury in loss to Ravens

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Crows veteran Taylor Walker has capped off a remarkable season by being named in his first AFL All-Australian team in his 16th season.

A dominant key forward, this season marked the fourth time Walker had been picked in the extended squad – the previous three times missing out on the famous blazer.

Named at centre-half forward, the 33-year-old kicked a career-best 76 goals in 2023. This included 12 occasions where he bagged three or more goals to finish just two goals shy of the Coleman Medal.

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Reviving his career in the twilight years of his career, Walker reflected on how he was able to turn things around.

“A couple of years ago I thought I was a bit buggered, to be honest,” he said on stage following the announcement.

“My knee was causing me a bit of grief (so) I changed a bit of what I was doing in my strength program and I’ve been able to train under (Crows’ high performance manager) Darren Burgess – he’s been enormous for me – and Josh Manuel who is our strength and conditioning coach. He’s been able to help me get back to being physically fit.

“Being mentally fit, I’ve got three kids at home, my beautiful wife, Ellie, so I think my life balance has allowed me to go to the football club and just enjoy it for what it is.

“I’m very grateful for what I do. I went to Perth on the weekend and (walking) out, I treated it as though it was the last time I was ever going to play there. So, to be able to enjoy moments like that, I think it allows me to play and enjoy football for what it is, and have a real passion inside to play for as long as I can.”

Alongside Walker, 11 other players including James Sicily, Tim English and Nick Daicso were named in their first All-Australian team.

Only five members defended their positions from last year’s team.

Giants’ skipper Toby Greene was bestowed the honour of captain, with Western Bulldogs leader Marcus Bontempelli named vice-captain.

With his selection, Bontempelli, and Geelong stalwart Tom Stewart, became five-time All-Australians.

Minor premiers Collingwood and Port Adelaide were the best-represented clubs with three selections a piece.

This included Josh and Nick Daicos, who became the first brothers to be picked in the same All-Australian team since Chad and Kane Cornes in 2007.

On Monday, the AFL unveiled its All-Australian squad for this season, with all 18 teams represented for the first time in league history. Half of the squad was named in the final team at the AFL award night on Wednesday.

Notable omissions included Dustin Martin, Jack Viney and Tom Liberatore.


B: James Sicily (Hawthorn), Callum Wilkie (St Kilda), Tom Stewart (Geelong)

HB: Jack Sinclair (St Kilda), Darcy Moore (Collingwood), Dan Houston (Port Adelaide)

C: Josh Daicos (Collingwood), Marcus Bontempelli (VC) (Western Bulldogs), Errol Gulden (Sydney)

HF: Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide), Taylor Walker (Adelaide), Christian Petracca (Melbourne)

F: Charlie Cameron (Brisbane), Charlie Curnow (Carlton), Toby Greene (C) (GWS)

FOLL: Tim English (Western Bulldogs), Zak Butters (Port Adelaide), Nick Daicso (Collingwood)

INT: Caleb Serong (Fremantle), Zach Merrett (Essendon), Jordan Dawson (Adelaide), Nick Larkey (North Melbourne)

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It turns out the most interesting component of this Cowboys preseason is something we might not be able to see at all.

The second week of the preseason is upon us, and the smart money says not to expect more from the Cowboys’ starters than we saw last week. For better or for worse, Mike McCarthy has made it clear he prefers to evaluate his key players within the confines of his own practices, where has more control.

“I trust our practice environment,” the Cowboys’ head coach said last week. “That’s a big reason why we’re staying in California one more week. I think the way our guys practice against each other, I mean they push the envelope.”

That’s a prescient choice of words, given that the final day of practice in Oxnard, Calif., was feisty as the Cowboys have been all summer, with multiple fights breaking out on Wednesday afternoon.

“It’s our last practice of camp, man. You’ve got to give it all you’ve got,” said Micah Parsons afterward. Fun as Parsons and Co. might have been on Wednesday, don’t expect to see them much Saturday. Which brings things back to the original point. 

However little McCarthy might be working with his starters during these three exhibition games, it does offer him the chance to evaluate his readiness to resume the role of play caller.

“He’s got work to do,” McCarthy said on Monday.

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That’s understandable, given the nearly five-year gap since McCarthy last called plays for the Green Bay Packers. Doing so is a demanding experience, as it requires singular focus during each possession and constant collaboration when the offense isn’t on the field. After three years as a walkaround head coach, McCarthy even acknowledged after the preseason opener against Jacksonville that he hadn’t found time to evaluate his young defenders in the moment.

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Will Dak Prescott, Cowboys take next step with Mike McCarthy calling plays?

“To be honest with you, I don’t get to watch the defense as much I used to, so as far as personal evaluation on each player, I can’t really know,” he said.

There’s also more than a decade of muscle memory to fight against. McCarthy detailed the lapse he had last weekend, when he reverted to Green Bay verbiage and was quickly corrected by his coaching staff.

“Personally, I’m glad I had a number of coaches that work with me before,” he said afterward. “I had an old call come out of my mouth, that’s the starting offense. But we corrected that immediately.”

It’s an amusing anecdote in the preseason, but a sign of the fine-tuning that needs to happen before the results start counting. McCarthy detailed recently how he plans for offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to spend the season on the sideline rather than up in the coaches’ box. McCarthy and Schottenheimer, longtime friends, tweaked the Cowboys’ playbook to fit their philosophies.

 They also plan to build the offensive game plan together each week, and it sounds as if Schottenheimer will provide an extra pair of eyes and ears on the sideline when McCarthy needs them.

It doesn’t make for entertaining TV. The attention will rightly be on the Cowboys’ young players on Saturday night. Even when the game coverage allows the occasional glimpse at the coaches, it’d be a bit harder to evaluate their performance — practically impossible without access to their radio frequency.

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Still, with less than a month until the season opener, it’s every bit as crucial as the action on the field. So while his starters may sit Saturday, and will definitely sit on Aug. 26 against Las Vegas, every rep for McCarthy is a big one.

David Helman covers the Dallas Cowboys for FOX Sports. He previously spent nine seasons covering the Cowboys for the team’s official website. In 2018, he won a regional Emmy for his role in producing “Dak Prescott: A Family Reunion” about the quarterback’s time at Mississippi State. Follow him on Twitter at @davidhelman_.

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Who has the better career?

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Even though neither player’s career is even close to being over, the Aaron Judge vs Bryce Harper debate has already begun.

Both are surely going to end up being among the best players of their generation and could one day be considered among the greatest outfielders of all time. But who has had the better career and who will go down as the better player?

Aaron Judge vs Bryce Harper

Naturally, the Harper vs Judge debate is a difficult one because both players have their strengths. Proving a stats comparison of Judge and Harper is a good start but isn’t nearly enough. That’s why we wanted to look at the numbers but also look beyond the numbers to compare Judge and Harper.


Needless to say, both Judge and Harper are among MLB’s elite players in large part because of their power. Both have an impressive amount of power, but Judge has a clear advantage in this area. His career slugging percentage is more than 50 points higher than Harper’s and is nearly at .600. Judge also earns huge points for his 62-homer season in 2002 not to mention the 52 home runs he hit during his first full season in the big leagues in 2017, leading the American League both years.

On the other hand, Harper has showcased consistent power throughout his career but has only surpassed 40 home runs once. In fact, the 2015 season is the only time Harper hit more than 35 home runs in a season. While Harper should easily surpass 300 career home runs and perhaps reach 400 or 500, his power has declined somewhat following Tommy John surgery whereas Judge has had no such problem.


Both Judge and Harper are better at hitting for an average than most people recognize. However, they are roughly even in this category.

Judge might have a slight edge because his career average is a little higher, but both are hovering around .280. In fairness, Harper has had three seasons in which he’s hit over .300 whereas Judge has just one.

However, Harper also has more years in the majors. Also, outside of his shortened rookie season, Judge has hit under .270 just once while Harper has had four seasons hitting below that mark, making Judge a slightly more consistent performer when it comes to hitting for average.


This is another category where it’s tough to differentiate Judge from Harper, as neither has ever won a Gold Glove. To Harper’s credit, he was a catcher in high school and college before transitioning to the outfield. During his career, he’s played all three outfield positions effectively. He’s surely athletic enough to cover plenty of ground while his strong arm has been an asset as well.

However, after needing Tommy John surgery following the 2022 season, it’s unclear if and when Harper will return to being a full-time outfielder and if his arm strength will continue to be a weapon.

On the other hand, Judge has surpassed modest expectations for his defense. Like Harper, he possesses a strong arm that plays well in right field. But Judge has also shown plenty of range for someone who is 6’7’’ and 280 pounds, making several highlight-reel catches. He’s also been able to play center field for the Yankees, starting over 100 games there, mostly out of need. Given the value that he’s provided to the Yankees in the outfield, Judge is close to equal footing with Harper defensively.


Outside of their hitting and defense, Judge and Harper both bring something to the table. While Harper has often been criticized for his brash style of cockiness, that’s not always a negative. If nothing else, he’s a high-energy and enthusiastic player who brings confidence, drive, and a strong work ethic. Those are all traits that can rub off on his teammates and make them better players. 

Of course, Judge isn’t exactly a cancer in the clubhouse. In fact, he’s quite the opposite. Judge isn’t necessarily going to be vocal, but he will lead by example.

He has a quiet confidence about him and has always been well-liked by his teammates. After signing his nine-year, $360 million contract, Judge was named captain of the Yankees. He more than deserves such a title and is the perfect person to follow in the footsteps of Derek Jeter and other Yankee legends. In fact, his leadership and other intangibles no doubt made the Yankees comfortable signing him to that contract.

Trophy Case

Like it or not, statistics and awards mean a lot in baseball, which is why MLB players with the most MVPs usually end up being considered among the best of all time. Coming out of the 2022 season, Harper might have a slight edge on his trophy case, as he owns two MVP awards, and two Silver Sluggers, and has been named an all-star seven times.

Judge, meanwhile, has just four all-star selections and one MVP. However, he has three Silver Sluggers and led the American League in RBIs in 2022, something Harper has failed to do in the National League. For what it’s worth, both players took home Rookie of the Year honors early in their careers.


With both Harper and Judge having plenty of years ahead of them, it’d be a little unfair to render a verdict right now. However, Judge might have a slight edge over Harper right now. Any edge that Harper has statistically is likely related to the fact that he was in the league three-plus years before Judge, yet is still younger.

But the fact that Judge is perhaps the greatest power hitter of the current generation and is still a well-rounded player gives him an advantage over just about anyone in the game outside of Mike Trout. Harper also has some lingering questions about what he’ll be like after Tommy John surgery. That’s enough to give Judge the edge in a head-to-head debate with Harper.

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در هر چرخه استخدام، افراد بالقوه چهار ستاره رده بالایی وجود دارند که در نهایت به انتخاب های دور اول درفت NFL تبدیل می شوند.

به عبارت ساده، گاهی اوقات چهار ستاره وجود دارد که باید به پنج منتقل می شد.

در اینجا نگاهی به 10 نفر از آن نامزدها در کلاس 2024 به عنوان مدیر استخدام ملی Rivals آورده شده است. آدام گورنی لیست خود را در سه شنبه های این هفته با گورنی ارائه می دهد.

مراسم نوتردام در Elite 11 دیدنی نبود، اما این به این معنی نیست که او اصلا بد بود. او در هر تکرار و هر ایستگاه ثابت، محکم بود و نشان داد که هیچ چیز نمی تواند او را تکان دهد.

گاهی اوقات، کار من را به یاد جارد گاف می‌اندازد، در همان رویدادی که گاف هیچ‌کس را بیرون نمی‌آورد، بلکه فقط پرتاب‌های محکم را بعد از پرتاب جامد با هم انجام می‌داد. و همه ما می دانیم که او در نهایت به عنوان شماره 1 انتخاب شد.

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نولاند یکی از بهترین و ثابت‌ترین مدافعان این فصل بوده است و ایالت اوهایو استدلال فوق‌العاده‌ای برای رتبه‌بندی پنج ستاره ارائه کرده است. او چپ است و نخبه های زیادی در طول این سال ها وجود نداشته است، اما چشم انداز Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes بسیار نرم، بسیار دقیق است و واقعاً خود را با این اعتماد به نفس ناچیز حمل می کند که باعث می شود فکر کنم او یکی از سه QB برتر در این کلاس است.

به علاوه، در ایالت اوهایو، او در هر بازی به سمت گیرندگان سوپراستار خواهد رفت.

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دی جی لاگوی (Nick Lucero/Rivals.com)

لاگوی با سایز عالی و بازوی بزرگ همراه با توانایی حرکت در جیب و افزایش قدمت با پای خود، قطعاً با کم نیوتن مقایسه می‌کند، اگرچه فکر نمی‌کنم او در همان سطح بازی‌ساز باشد.

با این حال، تعهد فلوریدا یک چشم انداز بسیار ویژه است که می تواند در مربی پیشرفت کند بیلی ناپیراگر بتوان چند گیرنده برتر را در اطراف او قرار داد. لاگوی یک حرکت پرتاب بد بو دارد که ممکن است برخی از تصمیم گیرندگان NFL را نگران کند، اما او همچنین دارای ویژگی های نخبه است.

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ناتانیل فریزر

ناتانیل فریزر

بک های دور اول به دلیل مشکلات دوام و دلایل دیگر کمتر رایج می شوند، اما Frazier به عنوان یکی از بهترین ها در کلاس ظاهر می شود – و همچنین کسی که می تواند بهترین توپ را از زمین عقب بگیرد.

مرد برجسته سانتا آنا (کالیف. اما او همه آن توانایی ها را دارد و آماده یک فصل بزرگ بزرگسالان است زیرا جورجیا، آلاباما، اورگان و دیگران او را تعقیب می کنند.


گاتلین بایر

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در پیست، بایر موفق شد نیکول هاربر پنج ستاره سابق و رودریک پلیسنت، سریعترین مرد کالیفرنیا را در مسابقات شکست دهد. این به این معنی است که او دارای اعداد نخبه در NFL Combine است که در هنگام تعیین موقعیت پیش نویس بسیار مورد توجه قرار می گیرد.

در زمین، بایر فصل گذشته بیش از 1000 یارد دریافت داشت و در حالی که در برابر رقابت های آیداهو بود، همه می دانستند که توپ به سمت او می آید و هیچ کس نمی تواند او را متوقف کند.

تصمیم در عرض چند هفته در حال انجام است زیرا نبراسکا، میشیگان، TCU، اورگان و BYU پنج برتر او را تشکیل می دهند.


ادی پیر لوئیس

ادی پیر لوئیس (نیک لوسرو/Rivals.com)

بازیکن خط حمله چهار ستاره کاتولیک تامپا (فلوریدا) دو چیز دارد که مدیران NFL دوست دارند: ورزش و قدرت. تابستان گذشته در چالش زیرکلاسی رقباپیر لوئیس همان تعداد تکرار را روی نیمکت پرس انجام داد که او را در بین شش بازیکن برتر خط حمله در ترکیب قرار می داد. او همچنین پیست می دود و به نظر خوب می رسد. بعلاوه، پیر لوئیس تطبیق پذیری موقعیت دارد و بدش نمی آید آن را با خط دفاعی ترکیب کند.

فلوریدا، UCF، اوکلاهما و دیگران درگیر هستند.


ایلیا راشینگ

الیجا راشینگ (نیک لوسرو/Rivals.com)

راشرهای لبه در NFL جایگاه برتری دارند و ممکن است در کلاس 2024 پایان دفاعی با طول بیشتری نسبت به راشینگ وجود نداشته باشد که در تابستان امسال به آریزونا متعهد شد و پس از تنها پنج ستاره WR Tetairoa McMillan، دومین مشتری بلندپایه ای است که تا به حال به Wildcats قول داده است.

عجله کردن لبه را به طرز باورنکردنی خوب خم می کند، او بلندترین بازوها را دارد و طی سه یا چهار سال آینده می تواند به عنوان یک عجله گذر نخبه در Pac-12 ظاهر شود.

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دیمارکوس ریدیک

دمارکوس ریدیک (نیک لوسرو/Rivals.com)

در چند ماه گذشته، تمام توجه ریدیک به استخدام او بود و به درستی این کار را انجام داد، زیرا در چند روز آینده، چهار ستاره بالا یا به تعهد خود در جورجیا پایبند خواهد بود یا به آلاباما یا آبرن خواهد رفت. این باعث می‌شود که چشم‌های زیادی به سمت او جلب شود، اما ریدیک در زمین نیز نخبه است، زیرا گیرنده 6 فوتی می‌تواند پایین بیاید و افراد را در جعبه بکوبد یا در فضا بپوشاند.

شاید بیشتر از هر مدافع خطی در این کلاس، ریدیک دارای ترکیبی از طول و قدرت است که در بالاترین سطوح فوتبال دانشگاهی و NFL بسیار خاص است.

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الیس رابینسون

الیس رابینسون (Nick Lucero/Rivals.com)

بین رابینسون و چارلز لستر از ونیز، فلوریدا، برای کسب جایگاه برتر کرنر در کلاس 2024 نبرد رفت و برگشتی وجود داشته است، اما پس از چند اجرا در تابستان امسال – از جمله در OT7 Nationals – تعهد جورجیا برتری دارد.

گوشه‌های بزرگ و فیزیکی که می‌توانند آنقدر روان حرکت کنند نادر هستند و گوشه‌ها همیشه در دور اول درفت پیش می‌روند. هنوز هیچ بازیکن پنج ستاره در کلاس 2024 وجود ندارد، اما رابینسون بهترین شانس را خواهد داشت.


تری باسی

تری باسی (Rivals.com)

بوسی ممکن است بهترین بازیساز در کل کلاس باشد، زیرا فصل گذشته در پست کوارتربک، دونده و دفاع دفاعی عالی بود. تیمپسون، تگزاس، بیش از 2100 یارد و 26 تاچ داون پرتاب کرد، تقریباً 2600 یارد و 46 امتیاز پرتاب شد و در مجموع 115 تکل و 6 مهار در دفاع انجام داد.

تگزاس A&M پیشتاز تیم های Bussey و NFL است که عاشق تطبیق پذیری و تولید هستند. Bussey می تواند آن چیزها را ارائه دهد و Aggies به آن نوع جرقه در سراسر زمین نیاز دارند.

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اوربلین پیندا در دقیقه 52 روی یک ضربه پنالتی گلزنی کرد، اریک سانچز یک گل در دقیقه 87 به ثمر رساند و مکزیک شنبه شب 2-0 کاستاریکا را شکست داد و به نیمه نهایی جام طلایی کونکاکاف رسید.

مکزیک روز چهارشنبه در لاس وگاس به مصاف گواتمالا یا جامائیکا خواهد رفت تا در فینال 16 جولای در اینگلوود کالیفرنیا به میدان برود.

پیندا دومین گل خود در این تورنمنت و نهمین گل خود را در 58 بازی بین المللی به ثمر رساند و ضربه خود را به سمت چپ دروازه بان کوین چامورو ارسال کرد که واکنش دیگری نشان داد. مکزیک توسط داور هندوراسی سعید مارتینز با ضربه پنالتی کندال واستون به پشت هنری مارتین اعلام شد.

ضربه پنالتی CLINICAL اوربلین پیندا باعث برتری 1-0 مکزیک از کاستاریکا شد.

ضربه پنالتی CLINICAL اوربلین پیندا باعث برتری 1-0 مکزیک از کاستاریکا شد.

سانچز در دقیقه 84 وارد زمین شد و دومین گل بین المللی خود را از روی پاس کوتاه روبرتو آلوارادو به ثمر رساند.

پایان زیبای اریک سانچز، پیروزی 2-0 مکزیک مقابل کاستاریکا را رقم زد.

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پاناما در اولین بازی با نتیجه 4-0 قطر مهمان دعوت شده را شکست داد و روز چهارشنبه در سن دیگو مقابل آمریکا یا کانادا به مرحله نیمه نهایی صعود کرد. اسماعیل دیاز در فاصله کمی بیش از 9 دقیقه نیمه دوم هت تریک کرد.

ادگار بارسناس پاناما را در نوزدهم پیش انداخت و دیاز در دقایق 56، 63 و 65 گل های خود را به ثمر رساند.

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Whether teams project to be buyers or sellers, we need to take a close look at MLB trade deadline teams’ needs in 2023.

Even if we already know the top trade deadline candidates, it’s important to know the MLB trade deadline team needs for 2023 before trying to predict how things will play out this summer. 

MLB trade deadline team needs 2023

Obviously, fans are hoping for an active deadline with some of the best MLB trades ever. That’s why we wanted to explore the positions to improve at the trade deadline for every team and the trade targets by team.

Keep in mind that even teams that are sellers have needs to address. Therefore, we are hoping to explore MLB trade deadline team needs in 2023 for all 30 teams.

Blue Jays – Bullpen Help, Outfield Depth

The Blue Jays have had a topsy-turvy season. There have been times when it looked like they couldn’t lose and other times when they looked like they couldn’t win. At the moment, Toronto is in decent shape, but being in the AL East, the Jays will need to make moves at the trade deadline to ensure they claim a Wild Card spot since catching the Rays seems unrealistic.

The good news is the core of the Blue Jays is in good shape. But with some injured relievers, Toronto’s bullpen could use another arm or two. The Jays are also light on right-hand-hitting outfielders outside of George Springer. To help balance out Daulton Varsho and Cavan Biggio, Toronto should add an outfielder who can hit lefties.

Orioles – Starting Pitcher, Star Power

For the first time in a long time, the Orioles aren’t going to be obvious sellers at the deadline. In fact, as the second-place team in the AL East, Baltimore could be rather aggressive. The Orioles have a deep farm system that could be useful, especially since they could most benefit from a proven starting pitcher.

Outside of Kyle Gibson, Baltimore’s rotation is young, so a proven veteran starter could be a great addition. In fact, any big-name player, especially someone with postseason experience, is the type of player the Orioles should be targeting.

Rays – Bullpen Help, Second Baseman

Needless to say, the Rays haven’t shown too many flaws this year. When looking at MLB trade deadline team needs in 2023, the Rays have a shortlist.

If Tampa does have an obvious weakness, it’s in the bullpen. The Rays have a good collection, but if they can trade for one of the better late-game relievers on the market, they can get to another level and be better prepared for the postseason. Meanwhile, the Rays should at least consider their options at second base. Even before Brandon Lowe went to the IL, that wasn’t a position where the Rays were getting much production.

Red Sox – Young Pitchers

The Red Sox have to be careful at the trade deadline because they are a borderline Wild Card contender at best. It’s more likely that Boston will be a seller if the Red Sox can’t get their act together soon.

There are even rumblings that some veterans could be traded. If that happens, the Red Sox need to target pitching prospects. They need to start building a younger rotation and their farm system lacks high-end pitchers.

Yankees – Outfielder, Starting Pitcher

While the season hasn’t unfolded as they would have liked, the Yankees will be buyers at the trade deadline. New York’s needs are also crystal clear. First, they need an outfielder who can play every day.

Even if they get Harrison Bader and Aaron Judge back from the IL, the Yanks are just rotating outfielders at the third spot and hoping to get lucky. They need a reliable player in left field or at least a platoon partner with one of their left-hand-hitting outfielders.

Meanwhile, injuries to Carlos Rodon and Nestor Cortes have created a clear need for rotation depth. Another reliever wouldn’t hurt either, but the Yankees need another starter who can eat up innings while their big guns are hurt.

Guardians – Hitters

It’s clear by this point in the season that the Guardians need more offense. The AL Central is there for the taking and Cleveland’s pitching looks to be good enough. But the Guards just haven’t scored enough runs.

To be more specific, the Guardians need better offensive options in right field and catcher. The Guardians should also be looking for a right-hand-hitting first baseman or DH who can complement Josh Naylor and Josh Bell, who have not produced enough power this year.

Royals – Farm System Depth, Controllable Big Leaguers

This season was practically over before it started for the Royals. The only thing left to do is trade away any players of value who have two years of team control or less.

Unfortunately, the Royals have just one prospect in MLB’s top 100, so their farm system needs reinforcements. Most of Kansas City’s top prospects are still in A-ball, which means the Royals should be looking for young players who are in the majors or close. Otherwise, 2024 could look a lot like 2023.

Tigers – Young Outfielders

Detroit had a chance to surprise some folks before the season, but things haven’t panned out that way. The Tigers will once again be sellers at the deadline with the hope of trying to acquire players who can accelerate their rebuilding process.

In terms of young talent, the Tigers are in decent shape when it comes to their infield and pitching staff. Not that you can ever have enough pitching, but the Tigers need to focus their efforts on finding outfield prospects with upside because they don’t appear to have that at the moment.

Twins – Rebuild Outfield

While the AL Central appears to be Minnesota’s to lose, the Twins are barely a .500 team. While injuries have hurt a little, Minnesota’s pitching staff is still in good shape. It’ll be a lackluster offense that the Twins will need to address at the deadline.

Keep in mind that they traded away last year’s batting champ, so it’s not surprising that Minnesota’s lineup has struggled. The hope is that Carlos Correa and some others can get things turned around. But the Twins are getting nothing this year from Max Kepler, Michael Taylor, and their other outfielders. Injuries have played a role, but the Twins may need to acquire multiple outfielders at the deadline to give their lineup a boost.

White Sox – Rebuild Farm System, Young Catcher

The White Sox have somehow gotten themselves back within striking distance in the AL Central. But they might be better have a fire sale at the deadline and rebuilding their farm system in a big way.

Obviously, acquiring as many young arms as possible is a priority for a team in Chicago’s position. But the White Sox also need to look to get stronger up the middle by trying to acquire prospects who can be MLB starters at second base or shortstop one day, as well as a young catcher to groom for the future because the White Sox have no such player in their farm system right now.

Angels – Rotation, Bullpen

The Angels are hoping that the tandem of Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani can keep them in contention and make them buyers at the deadline. Offensively, the Halos are in good shape if they can keep everyone healthy.

But they don’t exactly have a playoff-caliber rotation outside of Ohtani. The Angels will need to get the best starting pitcher they can. In the bullpen, they don’t need a stud, but the Halos do need to add additional depth if they’re going to claim a spot in the crowded Wild Card race.

Astros – Outfielder, First Baseman

Houston typically makes deadline moves for fun rather than need. But they aren’t leading the AL West right now, so the Astros are in a similar boat with everyone else when it comes to MLB trade deadline team needs in 2023.

At the surface, it looks like the Astros need pitching, but they just need to get healthy. The thing the Astros need more than anything is help in the outfield, especially in left field. Also, it might be worth exploring their options at first base because Jose Abreu has had a disappointing season.

Athletics – MLB-Ready Talent

The A’s will be sellers at the deadline, although they’ve made so many moves over the last couple of years that they don’t have many trade chips yet. But with whatever trades they make, the goal should be getting players who are at least close to contributing in the big leagues.

Oakland has a few prospects that are getting there. But if the A’s are going to be noticeably better in 2024, they need players who can help in the immediate future rather than trying to build their farm system from the bottom up.

Mariners – Full-Time DH, Second Baseman, Third Baseman

When it comes to trade targets by team, the Mariners usually have a long list this time of year. GM Jerry Dipoto isn’t shy when it comes to making trades, and with the Mariners having a disappointing year, they need to do something big at the deadline.

The first thing Seattle needs is a full-time DH or a right fielder who can push Teoscar Hernandez to that role. The Mariners just haven’t gotten enough out of that spot. They could also use a versatile infielder who can play multiple positions because third baseman Eugenio Suarez has had a down year while Jose Caballero may not be the answer at second base.

Rangers – Back-End Starter, Veteran Bat

As the AL West leaders, the Rangers are surely eager to add reinforcements at the deadline rather than become sellers. With Jacob deGrom out for the season, the Texas rotation needs help, although Nathan Eovaldi and Jon Gray have pitched so well that the Rangers don’t necessarily need to target a high-end starter.

Meanwhile, it’s hard to find a glaring weakness in the Texas lineup. But adding a veteran hitter to the mix couldn’t hurt, especially someone who can play the outfield and bats left-handed.

Braves – Starting Pitcher, Outfielder

The Braves don’t appear to have a lot of needs right now, but they will surely do something at the deadline to boost their chances of winning a second World Series in three years. With Max Fried and Kyle Wright currently sidelined, the Braves will surely look for a starting pitcher rather than take a chance on their younger arms.

Meanwhile, Atlanta’s outfield could use a boost unless Michael Harris II can get it going. Even if he does, a right-handed outfielder who can play multiple positions would be a good fit for the Braves.

Marlins – Starting Pitcher, Outfield, Catcher

Don’t adjust your screen when we tell you that the Marlins are likely to be buyers at this year’s trade deadline. In a perfect world, Miami would find a frontline starter to pair with Sandy Alcantara, who hasn’t been at his best in 2023.

However, that won’t be their only need. The Miami outfield could be in need of reinforcements, especially if Jazz Chisholm struggles when he returns from the IL. The Marlins are also likely to explore their options on the trade market behind the plate. 

Mets – Bullpen Depth, Left-Handed Power Bat

In terms of MLB trade deadline team needs in 2023, the Mets are facing a conundrum. They spent like a contender during the offseason but haven’t looked like one on the field.

Unfortunately, New York’s problem is that key players haven’t performed up to exceptions. That’s not something that can be fixed at the deadline. However, if the Mets are going to make moves this summer, they surely need to add multiple relievers, perhaps a proven late-game reliever.

Finding a left-handed power bat to replace Daniel Vogelbach as the primary DH would also make sense.

Nationals – MLB-Ready Pitchers, Farm System Depth

While the Nats will be sellers, they have a chance to be productive this summer. They have a few building blocks in place and some talented outfielders in the minors.

That means Washington needs to keep trying to acquire MLB-ready pitchers to add to the group that also includes MacKenzie Gore and Josiah Gray. They can also trade some rental players and add more depth to an already solid farm system.

Phillies – Bullpen, Rotation Depth

Even in the midst of a disappointing season, there will be pressure on the Phillies to do something at the deadline. Just like last year, the bullpen is a lingering concern that needs to be addressed.

But the Philly rotation can’t be ignored either.

Ultimately, the Phils aren’t going anywhere if Zack Wheeler and Aaron Nola can’t pitch like aces. But filling out the last two spots of their rotation has been problematic with Matt Strahm essentially being used as an opener. Adding a back-end starter would be a cost-effective move the Phils can make at the deadline.

Brewers – Rotation Depth, Outfield

Milwaukee should be running away with a mediocre NL Central at this point. Instead, it looks like the Brew Crew will need some help at the deadline. Given the injuries to Milwaukee’s starting rotation, that’s where the Brewers need to start.

They don’t necessarily need a frontline starter, but it’d be nice to find someone to be the no. 2 starter behind Corbin Burnes. Meanwhile, injuries and a lack of production have been an issue in the outfield. The Brewers may need to add at least one everyday outfielder, possibly more, before the trade deadline.

Cardinals – MLB-Ready Pitching, Farm System Depth

Unless something drastic happens, the Cardinals could be relegated to being sellers at the deadline. While disappointing, a couple of trades could help them to reload for 2024. St. Louis has an aging and injury-prone rotation, so acquiring MLB-ready pitchers should be the priority.

Oddly enough, there aren’t a ton of glaring needs in the organization, allowing the Cards to focus on pitching and trying to add talent to their farm system for the next time they are buyers at the deadline.

Cubs – Young Pitchers, Young Catcher

The Cubs made an honest effort to rebuild this past winter, but it looks like they’ll be sellers this summer.

They have a solid farm system, although immediate help isn’t on the way. Chicago’s farm system has a few promising pitchers and outfielders but not much else. The Cubs should try to acquire a young catcher with Miguel Amaya looking like a bust. They should also try to acquire as much young pitching as possible.

Pirates – Frontline Starter, First Baseman

In another shocking twist in 2023, Pittsburgh could be a buyer at the deadline. If the Pirates are serious, they’re going to need to acquire the best starting pitcher they can find.

While Mitch Keller has turned things around, Pittsburgh still lacks a proven ace with playoff experience, and while he’s a good no. 3 starter, Rich Hill no longer fits that description. Elsewhere, first base and possibly catcher are positions that could also use an upgrade. Carlos Santana’s power just isn’t there, and since he doesn’t add much else but power potential, the Pirates need to look at their options at first base.

Reds – Veteran Starting Pitcher, Outfield Depth

Believe it or not, the Reds might be buyers this summer too. If Elly De La Cruz and other young players can make an impact, Cincinnati could make a push for the NL Central crown. But a young rotation will likely need a veteran leader.

It doesn’t have to be a frontline starter, but an experienced starter would be a great asset for the Reds. Adding another arm or two to the bullpen wouldn’t hurt either. However, given the rash of injuries to the Cincinnati outfield, that’s one area where the Reds need help, even if it’s just a part-time player who can provide some pop.

Diamondbacks – Back-End Starter, Bullpen

As the current leaders of the NL West, the Diamondbacks could be aggressive at the deadline. One thing they’ll likely need to hold off the Dodgers is some rotation help.

Zac Gallen and Merrill Kelly are leading the way, but Arizona needs to shore up the back end of the rotation. Likewise, the D’Backs will surely search for one or two bullpen arms to help down the stretch. Offensively, look for the Diamondbacks to trust the players they have, perhaps adding a veteran outfielder to be safe, but pitching is Arizona’s obvious need for the trade deadline.

Dodgers – Starting Rotation, Shortstop

Los Angeles was unusually quiet last winter, so it’ll be interesting to see if that changes this summer, especially in what could be a tight NL West race. With no guarantee that some of their injured starters will return and be reliable, the Dodgers will surely need to add to their rotation.

They might trust Tony Gonsolin and Clayton Kershaw but a veteran back-end starter will help. Of course, shortstop might be an even more pressing need. The Dodgers weren’t able to replace Gavin Lux before the season, although the trade deadline will give them another chance to replace their injured shortstop.

Giants – Late-Game Reliever, Power Hitter

With a little help at the deadline, the Giants could make a strong playoff push late in the season. The rotation has carried San Francisco at times, but the bullpen could use another reliable setup man.

Of course, depending on how the injury situation shakes out in July, the Giants might also need rotation depth as well. Equally important, the Giants need more power in their lineup. That power could come in the form of a catcher, outfielder, shortstop, or third baseman. No matter what, the San Francisco lineup needs more power.

Padres – DH, First Baseman, Center Field, Catcher

San Diego invested too much in this year’s team to turn into sellers at the deadline. Look for the Padres to double down and make an aggressive move or two.

Veterans Nelson Cruz and Matt Carpenter haven’t done much, so a new DH could be on San Diego’s wish list. They could also look at first baseman, knowing Jake Cronenworth can move to another position.

Catcher could also be considered a position of need unless Gary Sanchez can continue his hot hitting. Finally, given a lack of production from Trent Grisham, the Padres could explore their options in center field.

Rockies – Young Pitching, MLB-Ready Outfielders

It’s no surprise that the Rockies will be sellers at the deadline. Fortunately, with some decent trading chips, the Rox can get to work on strengthening their farm system. As usual, the Rockies need young pitching, especially those who induce a lot of ground balls.

It’s not easy for Colorado to sign free agents, so the Rox need to overload their farm system with young arms they can develop. Colorado should also seek MLB-ready outfielders since most of their current outfielders are a little old. While the Rockies have some promising outfield prospects, most are still a year or two away from reaching the majors.

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انتظار می رود انتخاب شماره 1 کلی در درفت 2022 اختلال بیشتری در فصل دوم او ایجاد کند. واکر قدرت، قدرت و انفجاری چشمگیر در نقطه حمله به نمایش گذاشته است، اما جگوارها به یک حرفه ای در سال دوم نیاز دارند تا به یک استاد ساک تبدیل شوند تا دفاعی را ارتقا دهند که به تولید بیشتر در خط مقدم نیاز دارد تا جگوارها را وارد رقابت عنوان شود.

با توجه به پتانسیل تهاجمی Trevor Lawrence & Co.، واکر باید فرصت های زیادی برای تعقیب پاسور در موقعیت های عجله پاس مساعد داشته باشد. اگر راند اول سابق به عنوان یک آرتیست ساکت رشد کند، دفاع جگوار باید پرش مورد نیاز برای تکمیل یک حمله پرقدرت با پتانسیل سوپربول را انجام دهد.

تونی پولارد و رونالد جونز، RBs، دالاس کابوی

بازی دویدن کابوی ها کلید حمله ای است که به طور معمول حریفان را با شوت های بدن و ضربات ناک اوت غرق می کند. علیرغم کاهش تولید ازکیل الیوت در پایان دوران تصدی خود، این کهنه کار با سبک دویدن خشن خود هویتی قدیمی به کابوی ها بخشید. بدون قهرمان دو بار عجله در جمع برای تنظیم لحن، کابوی ها می توانند به یک حمله “نرم” تبدیل شوند که فاقد قدرت و پاپ برای پایان دادن به بازی ها هستند.

اگرچه تمرینات OTA تمرینات غیرتماسی هستند، اما تیم این احساس را خواهد داشت که آیا پولارد و جونز توانایی انجام کارهای کثیف مورد نیاز برای کمک به این حمله را دارند تا هویت یقه آبی خود را در سال 2023 حفظ کنند یا خیر.

Skip Bayless: Cowboys NFC East را برنده خواهد شد، به بازی قهرمانی NFC می‌رسد

Skip Bayless: Cowboys NFC East را برنده خواهد شد، به بازی قهرمانی NFC می‌رسد

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Eagles وارد فصل 2023 می شود به این امید که بتواند با قدرت دفاعی پویا که در سال گذشته تیم های حریف را تسلیم کرد، به سوپر باول بازگشت. اگرچه قسمت جلویی مخرب تقریباً دست نخورده باز می گردد، تغییر گارد در پشت خط می تواند بر عملکرد واحد تأثیر بگذارد.

دین پس از گذراندن سال 2022 به عنوان شاگرد تی جی ادواردز و کیزیر وایت، می‌تواند نمایش را به‌عنوان پخش‌کننده دفاعی تعیین‌شده یک طرح جدید اجرا کند. با توجه به این مسئولیت که به عنوان چشم و گوش هماهنگ کننده دفاعی جدید شان دسای در زمین عمل کند، حرفه ای سال دوم باید به مربیان خود نشان دهد که می تواند نمایش را مانند یک دامپزشک زیرک اجرا کند.

سام هاول، QB، فرماندهان واشنگتن

شاید ران ریورا چیزی می داند که ما در مورد پتانسیل انتخاب دور پنجم سابق که آماده است در نقش QB1 برای فرماندهان قدم بگذارد، نمی داند. علیرغم داشتن تنها یک شروع حرفه ای، هاول کلیدهای این فرنچایز را در یک سال ساخت و ساز در DC به دست آورده است. 1 INT)، اما بازی برنده فوتبال به عنوان یک شروع کننده بی تجربه به هماهنگ کننده تهاجمی جدید اریک بینیمی نیاز دارد تا یک سیستم دفاع پسند با مفاهیم آسان و پرتاب های با درصد بالا ایجاد کند.

اگر هاول بتواند به هم تیمی‌ها و مربیان خود نشان دهد که می‌تواند به طور مداوم تمام‌ها را در کنار هم قرار دهد، کوارتربک جوان می‌تواند به عنوان رهبر تیم مسح‌شده در حالتی که باید برنده شود، احترام بیشتری به خود بگیرد.

باکی بروکس یک تحلیلگر NFL برای FOX Sports است. او مرتباً در “Speak For Yourself” ظاهر می شود و همچنین بازی را برای شبکه NFL و به عنوان یک کوهست پادکست “Moving the Sticks” تجزیه می کند. او را در توییتر دنبال کنید @BuckyBrooks.

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