Part 1 of the Week 2 NFL preview looked at the Thursday night and early Sunday afternoon games. The late afternoon and Sunday/Monday night games also bring a great amount of intrigue.

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams, Sunday 4:05 ET

The long-awaited return to Los Angeles for the Rams should be an ugly one. They'll probably score their first points of the season, but only if it comes via a field goal. The Seahawks offensive line has to make sure quarterback Russell Wilson's ankle injury doesn't get worse.

Seahawks 34, Rams 3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arizona Cardinals, Sunday 4:05 ET

Arizona looked a bit lethargic coming out of the game against the Patriots, but they won't look that way with a week of practice under their belt. Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston had an amazing Week 1, but he's likely to regress more towards the line of a good quarterback in Week 2.Cardinals 27, Buccaneers 21

Jacksonville Jaguars at San Diego Chargers, Sunday 4:25 ET

San Diego lost their top receiving threat in Keenan Allen to a season-ending injury, and it will be tough to replace that production.

The Jags are missing a key offensive cog of their own in Chris Ivory, who is dealing with an undisclosed medical problem. The Jags win because they have the better defense.Jaguars 24, Chargers 23

Atlanta Falcons at Oakland Raiders, Sunday 4:25 ET

The Raiders surprised the world by going for a two-point conversion in an unnecessary do-or-die decision against the Saints, and were rewarded with the win.

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The confidence coach Jack Del Rio has instilled in his squad will pay dividends throughout the season, including this home game against Atlanta. Expect Falcons receiver Julio Jones to have a big day.Raiders 24, Falcons 18

Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos, Sunday 4:25 ET

These two teams once had Peyton Manning, one of the greatest quarterbacks in history, in their arsenal. Now the Colts have future legend Andrew Luck, while the Broncos have Northwestern upstart Trevor Siemian. What the Broncos have that the Colts don't, though, is an NFL-caliber defense.

Broncos 21, Colts 17

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings, Sunday 8:30 ET

This will be the Vikings' first game in their new home stadium, and hosting the rival Packers is an exciting but poor way to kick off the new era. The big question for the game is who will get the start at quarterback for Minnesota: Sam Bradford or Shaun Hill? Coach Mike Zimmer has vowed to keep it a secret until game time.Packers 30, Vikings 20

Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears, Monday 8:30 ET

Everyone is high on the Eagles after rookie quarterback Carson Wentzhad a great first career start.

That was against the Browns. The Bears defense will give Wentz a much bigger challenge, and the Bears' running game behind Jeremy Langford will secure their first win of the season.Bears 20, Eagles 16.

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