With the NFL entering week two of the season, fans are looking for some of the best games to watch.
Thursday night’s matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs was one game football fans were excited for.
However, there’s still three more intriguing week two matchups for fans to catch.
So what are those three games, and what makes them so intriguing?
3. Cincinnati Bengals At Dallas Cowboys
The developments in week one with both these teams makes this matchup intriguing.
While both teams are winless going into this game, both are under pressure to get their first win here.
It’s also a game where the Dallas Cowboys are going into a home game without star QB Dak Prescott.
An injury during their Sunday night game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has him out for several weeks.
Dak Prescott (hand) will be out for a while, according to Jerry Jones. Several weeks. He needs surgery
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 12, 2022
This now leaves the Cowboys’ offense in the hands of Cooper Rush.
While Rush has played before with Prescott out, it’s going to be for an extended period this season.
On the Bengals side, Joe Burrow is coming off his worst NFL game so far, throwing four interceptions last Sunday.
However, many fans are hoping he can rebound from his poor performance.
The Bengals also need better offensive line play, an issue they had in 2021.
So can Burrow and the Bengals offense right the ship, or will Rush provide the Cowboys with a surprise win at home?
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers At New Orleans Saints
These NFC South titans will show who’s best in their division.
The Saints have been a regular season foe that Buccaneers QB Tom Brady has yet to defeat.
Tom Brady is now 0-4 versus the Saints as a Buccaneer.
— Joe Ross (@JoeRoss28492072) December 20, 2021
However, the Saints are coming off a narrow victory against a Falcons team who was beating them most of the game.
With the Saints needing a miracle to defeat the Falcons, could they struggle against the Bucs?
Also, can Brady finally get his first regular season victory over the Saints?
These things make this NFC South matchup an intriguing one for fans.
1. Chicago Bears At Green Bay Packers
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers makes it clear he owns the Bears.
It was something former Bears QB, Jim McMahon, took personally, as he fired back at the Rodgers comment.
🗣️ Jim McMahon says he 'owned' the Packers after being told Aaron Rodgers' claim that he 'owns' the Bears.
— AS USA (@English_AS) May 19, 2022
However, after week one, the Bears are above the Packers in the standings, giving them a chance to own the Packers in 2022.
But that Chicago win on Sunday was thanks to mother nature and flooding rains in Chicago.
This week, they are playing in Green Bay, meaning its enemy territory.
While they are facing a tall task, the Packers are coming off a game where Rodgers and his receivers didn’t make big plays.
A miss with a potential 75-yard scoring play on the Packers’ first drive of the season set a tone last Sunday.
That tone was how Rodgers is missing his big play receiver, Davante Adams.
These things make the Bears and Packers matchup an intriguing one.
Will the Bears finally defeat Rodgers, or will the Packers QB and his receivers continue to own the Bears?