The 2020 NFL Week 2 Schedule features plenty of exciting NFL games throughout the league. On Thursday Night Football, we saw the Cincinnati Bengals attempt a comeback against the Cleveland Browns, but ultimately fell short. And now, for those teams playing on Sunday and Monday, who knows what we can expect as half the league is 0-1 while the other half is 1-0. One thing is for sure though in the NFL – expect the unexpected.
NFL Week 2 Power Rankings
PFN’s Senior NFL Analyst Matt Williamson (Former NFL Scout and ESPN Analyst) released his Week 2 Power Rankings following the games on Monday Night Football in Week 1. This week, Williamson highlights something new for each team.
Be sure to check back every week following Monday Night Football throughout the 2020 NFL Season for Williamson’s latest power rankings.
NFL Week 2 Schedule: Game Previews, Kickoff Times, and TV Listings
Below the NFL Week 2 Schedule, including game previews, kickoff times, and TV listings. You can see how and where to watch with the information below, but please remember to check your local listings for confirmation. For regional maps, you can click here.
Sunday, September 20 | Games kicking off at 1:00 PM ET
Chicago Bears (1-0) at New York Giants (0-1) | FOX
Mitch Trubisky and the Bears are 1-0 after coming back to defeat the Lions while the Giants lost to the Steelers on Monday Night Football. Daniel Jones had some good moments, but also some head scratchers. Can Trubisky keep the momentum moving forward after a comeback win or will we see the same Trubisky that we are all used to?
Dallas Cowboys (0-1) at Atlanta Falcons (0-1) | FOX
This NFC matchup will see two 0-1 teams take on each other. After a lot of hype this offseason, the Cowboys could not get it done against the Rams on Sunday Night Football in Week 1. Meanwhile, the Falcons showed some offensive firepower but couldn’t keep up with the Seahawks.
Green Bay Packers (1-0) at Detroit Lions (0-1) | FOX
It’s only Week 2, but already the whispers and rumblings are starting to grow in Detroit. After losing a big lead against the Bears in Week 1, head coach Matt Patricia is already on the hot seat. Now, he and the Lions will have to find a way to stop Aaron Rodgers and the Packers wide receivers, who put up 43 points in Week 1 against the Vikings.
Indianapolis Colts (0-1) at Minnesota Vikings (0-1) | FOX
Both teams are 0-1 after tough defeats in Week 1. Philip Rivers will try to get the Colts in the win column while newly extended RB Dalvin Cook and the Vikings will do their best to put up more points on the board.
Miami Dolphins (0-1) at Buffalo Bills (1-0) | CBS
The Bills defense looked good against the Jets in Week 1 and they are going to pose quite the challenge for the 0-1 Dolphins, who couldn’t get much going against the Patriots.
New York Jets (0-1) at San Francisco 49ers (1-0) | FOX
It might get ugly for the 0-1 Jets, who now have to fly across the country to take on the daunting 49ers. While the 49ers lost in Week 1, make no mistake – they’re ready to get revenge and the Jets are the perfect opponent for them to unleash their anger.
Philadelphia Eagles (0-1) at Los Angeles Rams (1-0) | FOX
The Rams looked sharp while the Eagles looked lost after giving up a large lead to the Washington Football Team in Week 1. There are whispers about Doug Pederson being pushed to his max – can the Eagles get the win on the road?
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) at Denver Broncos (0-1) | CBS
Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers will march into Denver after an impressive performance against the Giants on Monday Night Football. The Broncos, on the other hand, have plenty of questions, especially head coach Vic Fangio’s time management. This is going to be a defensive battle.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) at Carolina Panthers (0-1) | FOX
Tom Brady struggled at times in Week 1 against the Saints, so he’ll be looking to rebound and prove to everyone that Sunday’s performance was a fluke. Meanwhile, the Panthers competed to the end with the Raiders, so they’ll see if they can carry the momentum into Week 2.
Tennessee Titans (1-0) at Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0) | CBS
The Titans continued to play smash football on Monday Night in Week 1 against the Broncos and came away with the victory. The Jaguars, on the other hand, shocked everyone with a 27-20 victory over the Colts in Week 1. Lots of talk about Tanking for Trevor, but Gardner Minshew is going to have something to say about that.
Sunday, September 20 | Games kicking off at 4:05 PM ET
Arizona Cardinals (1-0) at Washington Football Team (1-0) | FOX
All of a sudden, the Washington Football Team looks to be very interesting. Chase Young dominated and Washington came from behind to beat the Eagles in Week 1. The Cardinals showed incredible offensive firepower and hinted that they may be on to something in year 2 under Kyler Murray.
Sunday, September 20 | Games kicking off at 4:25 PM ET
Houston Texans (0-1) at Baltimore Ravens (1-0) | CBS
The Texans looked lifeless in their season opener against the Chiefs, while the Ravens dominated the Browns to the point where there are now enough rumblings about Baker Mayfield in Cleveland. Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has plenty of weapons, including AJ Brown. This one might be another runaway win for the Ravens.
Los Angeles Chargers (1-0) at Kansas City Chiefs (0-1) | CBS
On the surface, this seems like an easy win for the 49ers. But it’s quite the opposite. The Cardinals are coming in with a potent offense and will look to unleash new WR DeAndre Hopkins. The 49ers are dealing with injuries, especially at the WR position. The Cardinals may just be able to sneak away with a win in Week 1.
NFL Week 2 Schedule | Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET)
Seattle Seahawks (1-0) at New England Patriots (1-0) | NBC
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks dominated in Week 1, while the Patriots relied on their run game to beat the Dolphins. Cam Newton will be tested, so this will be a good barometer to see where the Patriots stand.
NFL Week 2 Schedule | Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET)
Las Vegas Raiders (1-0) at New Orleans Saints (1-0) | ESPN
This will be a fun game to watch and ESPN has to be happy with their NFL Week 2 schedule draw based on what both of the teams showed on NFL Opening Weekend. The Saints are the more likely team to win in an offensive shootout, which we should expect on Monday Night Football.
NFL Week 2 Schedule | Thursday Night Football (8:20 PM ET)
Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) at Cleveland Browns (0-1) | NFL Network
The Bengals and Joe Burrow are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Chargers while the Browns will look to get on track after a poor performance in Week 1 against the Ravens.
2020 NFL Schedule: Team Database
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