NFL fans will receive a potential playoff preview earlier this season.

On Sunday evening, the Ravens will receive the Chiefs at “Sunday Night Football” in a matchup that promises a lot of excitement as both teams are among the best teams in the AFC.

This week also features many other exciting matchups. Andy Dalton meets his old team, the Bengals, who are making an impressive start to the year. The Patriots and Jets will pit their first-round quarterbacks against each other. Russell Wilson and the Seahawks meet Ryan Tannehill and the Titans looking for a recovery after a tough start to the season.

Sporting News has everything you need to read for the second week of the season.

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This Week’s NFL Plan: Week 2 TV Coverage

Here’s the full schedule for Week 2 of the NFL season, plus final results and how to watch each game live.

Note: National shipments are printed in bold

Thursday, September 16

game Time (ET) TV channel
Washington 30, Giants 29 8:20 pm NFL network, fuboTV

Sunday September 19th

game Time (ET) TV channel
Bengal with bears 13 o’clock FUCHS, fuboTV
Texans at Browns 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Rams at Colts 13 o’clock FUCHS, fuboTV
Bills at Dolphins 13 o’clock FUCHS, fuboTV
Patriots in jets 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
49ers at Eagles 13 o’clock FUCHS, fuboTV
Raider at Steelers 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Saints with panthers 13 o’clock FUCHS, fuboTV
Broncos at Jaguars 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Vikings at Cardinals 4:05 pm FUCHS, fuboTV
Cowboys at chargers 4:25 pm CBS, fuboTV
Titans at Seahawks 4:25 pm CBS, fuboTV
Chiefs at Ravens 8:20 pm ABC, fuboTV

Monday 20th September

game Time (ET) TV channel
Lions at Packers 8:15 pm ESPN, fuboTV

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Here’s how to watch NFL games in Week 2

The NFL season is back on its regular schedule of three prime-time games, with matchups for Thursday, Sunday and Monday. Sunday night fans can expect a highly anticipated clash between the Chiefs and the Ravens at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC. The following night, the Lions and Packers compete in an NFC North match. This game will be on ESPN.

The rest of the slate airs on either CBS or FOX. Check your local listings to see what games are on your broadcast.

Canadian viewers can find the games on TSN, CTV and CTV2.

NFL scores week 2

Thursday, September 16

game score
Giants in Washington

Sunday September 19th

game score
Bengal with bears
Texans at Browns
Rams at Colts
Bills at Dolphins
Patriots in jets
49ers at Eagles
Raider at Steelers
Saints with panthers
Broncos at Jaguars
Vikings at Cardinals
Cowboys at chargers
Titans at Seahawks
Chiefs at Ravens

Monday 20th September

game score
Lions at Packers