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NFL TV (and online) schedule for Week 3: Texans-Ravens, Packers-Bengals, Colts-49ers among top games

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The best game on the Week 3 NFL schedule has already come and gone -- the KC Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night. The Chiefs beat the Eagles to kick things off this week and I'm hoping the rest of this week's games can be as entertaining as that one was (good luck with that).

This week's schedule of NFL games seems kinda weak. Texans-Ravens and Packers-Bengals will be a good one as will Colts-49ers but besides that ... not a great day of games. Of course now that I've said that there will be a dozen close exciting games.

Those in KC get Texans-Ravens (CBS) and Packers-Bengals (Fox) early on with Colts-49ers in the afternoon. The Raiders-Broncos Monday Night Football game will be a good one because it's actually meaningful to the Chiefs. You don't hear this from me very often but Go Raiders!

Here is today's schedule. We'll have open threads for all the games today.

Noon games

Texans-Ravens (CBS)

Giants-Panthers (Fox)

Lions-Redskins (Fox)

Chargers-Titans (CBS)

Cardinals-Saints (Fox)

Buccaneers-Patriots (Fox)

Packers-Bengals (Fox)

Rams-Cowboys (Fox)

Browns-Vikings (CBS)

3 p.m. games

Falcons-Dolphins (Fox)

Bills-Jets (CBS)

Colts-49ers (CBS)

Jaguars-Seahawks (CBS)

Sunday Night Football

Bears-Steelers (NBC)

Monday Night Football

Raiders-Broncos (ESPN)

Watching online options

Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).

NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.

NFL Rewind isn't live but you can re-watch the games. It's 70 bucks.

Here is the NFL Sirius schedule for those listening online.

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