NFL Week 3 schedule, television information: How to watch Week 3 NFL games

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic
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The third week of the 2022 season kicks off with an interesting game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns, but other NFL Week 3 games are also worth your attention.

Check out our rundown of games on the NFL Week 3 schedule.

All times MST. Click on each game for picks and predictions.

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Thursday Night Football schedule

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns, 5:15 p.m., Amazon Prime

The Steelers have scored 37 points and given up 37 points. The Browns have scored 56 points and given up 55. The winner of this game gets a leg up in the AFC North.

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NFL Week 3 picks, predictions:

Sunday early football games

New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers, 10 a.m., Fox

The Panthers are 0-2, but have only been outscored by five points in their first two games of the season.

Houston Texans vs. Chicago Bears, 10 a.m., CBS

Both of these teams were humbled in Week 2 after surprise performances in Week 1, making this game an interesting one to see who will get back on track.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Indianapolis Colts, 10 a.m., CBS

The Chiefs have impressed so far this season in their two victories. The Colts are still looking for a victory.

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins, 10 a.m., CBS

Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins' offense exploded late against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2, making this game very intriguing.

Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings, 10 a.m., Fox

We're only two weeks in to the season, but the Lions are much improved from 2021 and dare we say, could have a say in the NFC North race.

Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots, 10 a.m., Fox

The Ravens' defense has some issues. Their offense might be more explosive than ever.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets, 10 a.m., CBS

Who thought that the Jets (1-1) would have a better record than the Bengals (0-2) two weeks into the NFL season?

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans, 10 a.m., Fox

The Raiders are 0-2, including a very tough loss in overtime to the Cardinals. We're still not sure how Las Vegas lost that game.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Commanders, 10 a.m., Fox

The NFC East race might end up being one of the most intriguing division races in the NFL. 

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Sunday late football games

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 1:05 p.m., CBS

This game is suddenly very intriguing after the way the Jaguars destroyed the Colts in Week 2.

Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals, 1:25 p.m., Fox

Both of these NFC West foes rebounded from Week 1 losses with wins in Week 2, setting up an important Week 3 showdown.

Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks, 1:25 p.m., Fox

Seattle did not impress in San Francisco in Week 2, but has a chance to get to 2-1 against the Falcons, who will be playing on the West Coast for the second straight week after losing to the Rams.

Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1:25 p.m., Fox

The Buccaneers appear to be the team to beat in the NFC after two weeks, but that could change after this game.

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Dante Fowler Jr. and the Dallas Cowboys face the New York Giants in the last game of the NFL Week 3 schedule on Monday Night Football.

Sunday Night Football schedule

San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos, 5:20 p.m., NBC

There is no longer a quarterback controversy in San Francisco after Trey Lance's injury. 

Monday Night Football schedule

Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants, 5:15 p.m., ESPN, ESPN2, ABC

The Cowboys might not be so bad without Dak Prescott, evidenced by their win over the Bengals in Week 2. The Giants are a surprise so far, at 2-0.

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