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NFL Week 3 Season 2022: Where to watch, days and times in the United States

This Thursday, September 23, at 8:15 p.m. Eastern Time in the United States Akrisur Stadium will start Third week of the 2022 NFL season duel with Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers.

Week 3 of the 2022 NFL season goes into action this Thursday with a great rivalry duel, as Brown and Steelers They are located in the Northern Division of the American Conference. Similarly, there will be a total of 16 meetings and the week will end on Monday.

Brown and Steelers They won in week 1 and lost in week 2, so both teams would be looking for a win. It should be remembered that a few years ago they were a . met in Thursday Night Football where the game ended with a blow in the middle Miles Garrett and Mason Rudolph.

The other couple that deserves attention is the journey of Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins, As both the division rivals are undefeated; He too Los Angeles Rams vs Arizona Cardinals. In addition, visiting green Bay Packers against Tampa Bay Buccaneers Day Tom Brady.

NFL Week 3 will close with monday night football, Where Dallas Cowboys Will visit New York Giants and El MetLife Stadium.

Week 3 NFL Season 2022: Where to Watch, Days and Times in the United States


Brown vs Steelers – Thursday, September 22

8:15 p.m. ET Amazon Prime

Both teams are coming off defeat, although the Browns’ defeat in Week 2 was painful, as they fell in the closing seconds, despite being in control of the game. Cleveland and Pittsburgh will try to recover at a good pace.



Saints vs Panthers – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Panthers have not been able to win their first two weeks with Baker Mayfield and will face a division rival who won in Week 1 against the Falcons, but lost against Tom Brady’s Buccaneers.

Inglewood, California - September 12: Justin Fields #1 Of The Chicago Bears Celebrates A Touchdown During The Second Half Against The Los Angeles Rams At Sophie Stadium On September 12, 2021 In Inglewood, California.  (Photo By Ronald Martinez/Getty Images


Texans vs. Bears – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET CBS

Both franchises lost in Week 2, but the Texans did not win, so they would like to get their first win against the Bears team that looked good in Week 1 against the 49ers.



Chiefs vs Colts

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Chiefs want to continue their true momentum and they will face a Colts that was a disaster against the Jaguars, where they were shut down after quarterback Matt Ryan was intercepted three times.



Bill vs. Dolphins – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Bills and the Dolphins go undefeated in this game, but the stakes are in favor of the Buffalo team, which has been a points machine as they have added 72 points in their first two games and won 17.



Lions vs Vikings – Sunday 25 September

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Vikings were humiliated against the Eagles in Week 2, while the Lions recorded their first win against the Commanders. Detroit and Minnesota want to take the lead in their division.



Ravens vs. Patriots – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET Fox

Surprisingly, three touchdowns in the fourth quarter led the Ravens to win over the Dolphins, while the Patriots ran to Pittsburgh for the win.



Bengals vs Jets – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Bengals haven’t won at the start of this season and the Jets pulled off a painful win against the Browns in Week 2, so the game looks like both franchises are looking for a win.



Raiders vs Titans – Sunday, September 25

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Raiders and Titans went into their game with a 0–2 record, although Las Vegas moved closer to securing their first win against the Cardinals; However, they gave up a lead of 20 points; While Tennessee was humiliated by the Bills.



Eagles vs Commanders – Sunday 25 September

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Eagles go into an undefeated game against the Commanders, a team that has shined in their first two games, despite the fact that the Lions managed to defeat them in Week 2.


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Jaguars vs Chargers – Sunday, September 25

4:05 PM ET CBS

The Chargers will acquire the Jaguars, a team that comes from crushing the Colts; While the Los Angeles team fell to the Chiefs and nearly lost Justin Herbert to a rib injury.



Rams v Cardinals – Sunday, September 25

4:25 PM and Fox

In a division matchup, the Rams and Chargers come into play after winning last week. It should be remembered that these teams met in the playoffs, and the victory went to Los Angeles.



Falcons vs Seahawks – Sunday September 25

4:25 PM and Fox

The Seahawks, along with Geno Smith, try to get back on track when they were crushed by the 49ers and face the Falcons, a franchise that hasn’t won and has upset its fans.



Packers vs Buccaneers – Sunday, September 25

4:25 PM and Fox

The most engaging duel on Sunday is Packers vs Buccaneers. Tampa Bay presents itself to its fans and faces Green Bay, a team that was humiliated in Week 1 by the Vikings, but later got back on track after defeating the Bears.



49ers vs Broncos – Sunday, September 25

8:20 p.m. ET NBC

The Broncos hosted the 49ers, who took a 360-degree turn following an injury to Trey Lance. Jimmy Garoppolo took control again and will now face Russell Wilson, who hasn’t had a great start to the campaign.



Cowboys vs Giants

8:15 a.m. ET ESPN

The Cowboys and Giants will kick off the third week of the NFL. The Lone Star team will seek to defeat their hated rival, who has won against the Titans and Panthers with dramatic games.

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