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NFL | 7 Live NFL Games in Week 3, Undefeated Eagles, 49ers And Cowboys In Action

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ESPN brings a massive SEVEN live games in NFL Week Three with the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers headlining the stacked schedule.

The NFL action kicks off on Friday September 22 at 10.15am AEST when the New York Giants travel to meet the San Francisco 49ers.
 
San Francisco have found their groove, going 2-0 to start their season. A 30-23 win over their NFC West rivals The Rams has them well placed atop the conference.

NFL Week 3 (Image - ESPN)
NFL Week 3 (Image – ESPN)

The Giants stormed home with a 17-point fourth quarter to snatch a 31-28 win over Arizona in Week Two – a nice turnaround after being thumped 40-0 by the Cowboys in the opening round.
 
With the Cowboys, Eagles and Commanders all two from two in the NFC East, the Giants can’t afford to lose too much ground early in the NFC East conference race. 
 
The NFL action heats up on Monday September 25, with four live NFL games across ESPN, ESPN2 and seven hours of live NFL RedZone coverage on the ESPN App*.
 
It kicks off at 3am AEST on ESPN as the New England Patriots clash with the New York Jets in a fierce all-AFC East showdown.
 
The Patriots have gone 0-2 to start a season for the first time since 2001 – setting off alarm bells in New England.
 
New York went win-loss in their opening two games and are still dealing with the fallout from losing star recruit Aaron Rodgers long term with a season ending achilles injury.
 
With both sitting in the AFC East, this clash forms a crucial showdown, and the spotlight sits firmly on the two QBs Mac Jones and Zach Wilson.
 
Also, at 3am AEST on ESPN2, the Los Angeles Chargers collide with the Minnesota Vikings.
 
The Chargers and Vikings are two sides still searching for their first win of the season.
 
The Vikings were edged by a field goal in week one by the Buccs, before being overcome by a strong Philadelphia lineup last week.
 
Los Angeles fell 36-34 to the Dolphins in Week One, and 27-24 to the Titans in Week Two – they will hope their luck turns this time around.
 
Both made the playoffs last season, and a 0-3 start will give them a hill to climb to repeat that milestone this season. 
 
At 6.25am AEST, Dallas Cowboys hopes to continue their red-hot start against the Arizona Cardinals.
 
The Cowboys signaled their Super Bowl intentions in Week One with a crushing 40-0 win over New York Giants and followed that with another impressive win over the Jets in Week Two.
 
Arizona is next on the schedule, a side that fell to the New York Giants 31-28.
 
A disappointing defeat to the Commanders in Week One has the Cardinals sitting 0-2 – and there could be more pain coming in the shape of Dallas – who will start heavy favourites. 
 
Monday’s live action then concludes at 10.15am AEST with the Pittsburgh Steelers going head-to-head with the Las Vegas Raiders.
 
The Steelers were in the winners circle last round, holding on for a 26-22 win over the Cleveland Browns.
 
That victory was crucial over their AFC North rivals, and now another AFC rival await in Las Vegas – who currently top the AFC West.
 
After a thrilling one-point win over Denver, the Raiders came back to earth courtesy of a 30-10 loss to Buffalo last round. Las Vegas will be back on home turf at Allegiant Stadium, in what is expected to be one of the tightest games of Week Three.
 
Tuesday September 26 will see two lives games, completing an action-packed week of live NFL on ESPN.
 
It all begins at 9.15am AEST on ESPN, with a clash between two undefeated sides, the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
 
The Eagles have secured wins over the Patriots and Vikings as they hope to again be the team to beat in the NFC race – as stars Jalen Hurts, D’Andre Swift and DeVonta Smith continue to shine.
 
Tampa Bay is another who have enjoyed a perfect start the new season, picking up wins over the Vikings and Bears. Baker Mayfield has slotted in nicely as the new QB, but the Eagles will present the biggest challenge so far. 
 
Kicking off at 10.15am AEST over on ESPN2, the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals
 
The Rams were well in the fight against San Francisco in Week Two, falling just short in the 30-27 defeat. 
 
It was the same scenario for the Bengals, who fell by the same margin to the highly fancied Bengals.
 
Two teams that showed promise despite defeat, but the pressure is greater on the Bengals and Joe Burrow going into Week Three, as they sit 0-2 so far.
 
Home ground advantage at Paul Brown Stadium could be the edge they need to get back to winning ways.

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NFL Week Three on ESPN

Friday September 22
 
9.30am AEST, SC: NFL Blitz, ESPN
 
10.15am AEST, New York Giants vs San Francisco 49ers, ESPN
 
Monday September 25
 
3am AEST, New England Patriots vs New York Jets, ESPN
 
3am AEST, Los Angeles Chargers vs Minnesota Vikings, ESPN2
 
3am AEST, NFL RedZone*, ESPN App*
 
6.25am AEST, Dallas Cowboys vs Arizona Cardinals, ESPN
 
9.30am AEST, SC: NFL Blitz, ESPN
 
10.15am AEST, Pittsburgh Steelers vs Las Vegas Raiders, ESPN
 
Tuesday September 26
 
9.15am AEST, Philadelphia Eagles vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ESPN
 
10.15am AEST, Los Angeles Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals, ESPN2

ESPN and ESPN2 is available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and SKY NZ

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Samantha Kirkley is a Melbourne based writer and taking over the internet one blog post at a time.
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