NFL Week 3: Schedule Calls For 15 Games On Sunday

It's the third week of the NFL season and Sunday is packed with 15 games. Follow along for previews, results and highlights of all the action.

Week 3 in the 2011 NFL season is here with 15 games on tap for Sunday including a number of excellent matchups. Among the top games for Sunday are the Patriots vs. Bills, Texans vs. Saints and Giants vs. Eagles. Of course, we can't forget the Packers vs. Bears game.

Sunday's games start at 1:00 p.m. (ET) and continue through the Sunday Night Football game so prepare yourself for 10 hours of football (or, in my life, a standard Sunday).

Here's the Week 3 schedule:

1:00 p.m. (ET)

New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Carolina Panthers

San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

Houston Texans vs. New Orleans Saints

New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans

3:05 p.m. (ET)

New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders

Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers

Baltimore Ravens vs. St. Louis Rams

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks

Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

7:20 p.m. (ET)

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts

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