Now that all of the preseason jitters from Week 1 are out the door, how will your favorite team fare in Week 2? Let's preview all of the early games, starting with Thursday night's action in Buffalo.

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills, Thursday 8:25 ET

These are two 0-1 teams, but the storylines are all about the past. Ryan Fitzpatrick, the former Bills quarterback, can't seem to beat former Jets coach, Rex Ryan, securing just one victory in his career against the coach.

The Jets are seeking revenge after the Bills ended their season in Week 17 last year. Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins is nursing a foot injury but is expecting to play.Jets 20, Bills 17

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday 1:00 ET

This could also be considered a revenge game, as the Steelers beat the Bengals in the playoff in a controversial finish. Both teams are missing their tight ends, as the Bengals' Tyler Eifert and the Steelers' Ladarius Green are both nursing injuries. The Bengals are also missing linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who is in the midst of a suspension for his behavior during last year's playoff tilt.

Steelers 27, Bengals 19

Tennessee Titans at Detroit Lions, Sunday 1:00 ET

Quarterback Matthew Stafford proved the Lions would be just fine without their retired receiver Calvin Johnson, leading the Lions to 39 points in an opening week victory. On the other side, Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota must cut down on his turnovers for the Titans to have a chance at the road upset. Lions 34, Titans 14

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns, Sunday 1:00 ET

The Browns are reeling after losing starting quarterback Robert Griffin III to a shoulder injury in Week 1.

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Replacement Josh McCown may actually be a better player, but his ability pales in comparison to that of Joe Flacco, the elite starting quarterback of the Ravens - he looked fine after having his season cut short by injury last year. Ravens 28, Browns 6

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins, Sunday 1:00 ET

While Washington looked particularly bad against the Steelers on Monday night, they'll learn from their mistake of not letting cornerback Josh Norman cover the other team's top player, receiver Dez Bryant, who was shut down to the tune of one catch for eight yards last week.

Redskins 22, Cowboys 17

New Orleans Saints at New York Giants, Sunday 1:00 ET

Expect a lot of passing yards to be thrown in this game. Saints QB Drew Brees is one of the best in the NFL, but his team has a terrible defense that Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. will be able to exploit, especially after the Saints lost top cornerback Delvin Breaux to an injury last week.Giants 42, Saints 34

San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers, Sunday 1:00 ET

Last week was an aberration for both teams - San Francisco won because they played a bad team at home, while Carolina lost because they played a good team on the road. The Panthers' main goal this week has to be protecting quarterback Cam Newton after he was hit in the head repeatedly last week.

Panthers 27, 49ers 7

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots, Sunday 1:00 ET

The Pats proved last week that they don't need quarterback Tom Brady to beat good opponents - the Dolphins aren't even an average opponent. There will be more focus on pregame protests from the Dolphins than actual gameplay.Patriots 28, Dolphins 10

Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans, Sunday 1:00 ET

This will be one of the most competitive games of the weekend, as both teams have a decent shot at making the playoffs.

The Texans are still breaking in a new quarterback in Brock Osweiler, but they have better weapons, a better defense, and home field advantage in this game.Texans 21, Chiefs 20

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