With several unexpected teams entering the Week 2 schedule without a win, the sense of urgency around the league will be high.
(PRWEB) September 10, 2014
Week 1 of the NFL season produced several surprises. From the Panthers, Dolphins and Bills all picking up big wins, to the Packers and Chiefs getting thoroughly clobbered, many fans were left scratching their heads. In any event, there’s little time to rejoice or wallow as Week 2 is already here.
The Week 2 schedule opens with the Steelers traveling to Baltimore to renew their rivalry with the Ravens. Fans can track and follow all the action with their friends and co-workers with a printable and complimentary Week 2 schedule from PrintableBrackets.net.
“With two overtime games and eight games decided by a touchdown or less, Week 1 certainly lived up to the hype,” said Printable Brackets spokesperson Zaniel Worth. “With several unexpected teams entering the Week 2 schedule without a win, the sense of urgency around the league will be high.”
In early action on Sunday, the Patriots will be seeking their first win of the year when they clash with the 1-0 Vikings in Minnesota. Drew Brees and the Saints will also be going for their first win when they collide with the Browns in Cleveland.
“Since 1990, only a little more than 10% of teams that started the 0-2 still managed to reach the playoffs,” said Worth. “In fact, only three teams that started the year 0-2 have been able to win the Super Bowl. An 0-2 hole isn’t completely insurmountable, but for many teams, it can be.”
In the late afternoon block of games, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will welcome the 1-0 Jets, while Peyton Manning and the Broncos will battle the rival Chiefs in Denver. The Week 2 schedule wraps up with Andrew Luck and the Colts hosting Nick Foles and the Eagles on ‘Monday Night Football’.
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