This week's matchup doesn't pack as much of a marquee punch as the week prior but if there is one thing that this matchup will not lack it is bravado. It will be a battle of AFC East foes as the rough and tough New York Jets head to Buffalo to take on their former head coach Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills.
Its a clash between 1st and worst on Thursday in New Orleans, as the 1-4 Saints welcome the 5-0 Atlanta Falcons in an NFC South matchup. After a disastrous start to the 2015 campaign, the Saints are running out of time if they expect to make any noise in a division that they've already lost to two teams, while the Falcons are flying high after sweeping the NFC East through four of their first five games.
This Thursday sees the AFC South Houston Texans host their divisional rival Indianapolis Colts, in a clash between two teams currently trending in opposite directions. After starting the season 0-2 for the second consecutive year, the Colts have won their last two games (both divisional opponents) and find themselves at 2-2, while the Texans are 1-3 after four games and in danger of spiralling out of contention thanks to a misfiring and uninspiring offense.
The winless Baltimore Ravens will look to kickstart their 2015 campaign on Thursday Night, as they travel to divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite their 2-1 record, all is not rosy with the hosts, as they look to recover from the loss of their talismanic quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and keep their season afloat until he returns in about four to six weeks.
Two NFC East foes clash on Thursday Night Football as Week Three of the 2015 season kicks off with the 1-1 Washington Redskins travelling to the 0-2 New York Giants.
The Denver Broncos travel to Arrowhead on Thursday Night to open up week two in the NFL, as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The AFC West looks to be a very competitive division, with three teams winning their season opener and Oakland...doing Oakland things. In the first divisional matchup of the year for the division, both teams will be looking to establish dominance.
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This week’s Thursday night match-up will see the New York Jets heading to Gillette Stadium to challenge the New England Patriots.
Thursday night Football Preview: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Philadelphia Eagles We have come to the end of the road on the Thursday Night Football schedule for 2012, but this final game could turn out to be one of the most important. The semi finals of the fantasy football playoffs kick off with this game between the […]
Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos The fantasy football playoffs are here, so its time to make each start and sit decision count. One wrong move and you could potentially be done for the year. There are some sure thing starts in this week’s divisional battle, but there are also a few puzzling ones that most […]
Thursday Preview: Saints vs. Falcons It’s crunch time for fantasy football leagues. While some start their first round of playoffs, others have this final week to fight for that final playoff spot, and theres no better way to kick off this week than to have two offensive powerhouses dueling it out on a Thursday night. […]
Thursday Night Football Preview: Turkey Day Triple Header! ITS HERE!! The day we gorge ourselves and sit around and watch some NFL! This year we have three great games to take you through this great day of food, family and football! So before you rip off that turkey leg, or dish out some stuffing, take […]