Football is back in full swing and it’s going by a little too quickly–we’re already in week three of the season! While things should start to calm down a bit for the rest of the month, there are still some great upcoming games you’ll want to check out.

Here’s a look at the best matchups of NFL’s week three.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, September 23 (1:00 PM ET)

If this game had been during week one, it wouldn’t have made our list. We didn’t know how Andrew Luck would look under center for the Colts and Carson Wentz was still being held out for the Eagles. However, after two promising games, Andrew Luck looks to be back to his old pre-injury self, even grabbing his first victory since 2016.

Also, Wentz looks on track to start for Philly, so this should be a fun matchup in Lincoln Financial Field. Looking for tickets to the game? Find them here.

New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, September 23 (1:00 PM ET)

You can never go wrong with this NFL South rivalry. Drew Brees and the Saints head to Atlanta to take on Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the Falcons. After disappointing opening games for both teams, New Orleans and Atlanta both bounced back in week two with wins.

If you’re a Saints fan, there’s no doubt you’ll want to catch receiver Michael Thomas tearing up the field as he’s done so far this season (28 catches and three TDs). If you’re rooting for Atlanta, you can’t pass up the chance to see Julio Jones on his home field. Looking for tickets? Find them here.

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, September 23 (4:05 PM ET)

In 2016 this definitely wouldn’t have made a list of best matchups. But, somehow in just two years, this has turned into a city rivalry–one that no one expected we’d have in the NFL. Whether you’re a Chargers or Rams fan, you won’t have to go too far if you’re trying to catch your favorite LA team this week.

Tickets are very reasonably priced, starting at $52, and you can find them here.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Monday, September 24 (8:15 PM ET)

Unexpectedly, Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers have started winless through two games, and absolutely have to find a way to win on the road against Tampa Bay. Almost just as surprising is how the Bucs–currently led by Harvard’s own Ryan Fitzpatrick–have started. With wins against New Orleans and Philly, “FitzMagic” and Tampa have looked awfully dangerous. Meanwhile, the Steelers have looked awfully beatable.

In primetime, on Monday Night Football, this should be a phenomenal way to end week three. Looking for tickets to the game? Find them here.

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