The NFL stumbled out of the gates last week, as it had pretty low ratings for Week one. Most of the games were blowouts, with a handful of games decided by less than seven points. The NFL is looking to have a bounce-back week, and they might get just that. There are a lot of interesting matchups for this week, some containing up and coming stars and some having seasoned vets take the field. Of all the great matchups this week, I'm going to tell you which ones you must watch if you plan on watching football this Sunday.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are coming into this game after a long break from their last game. The had ten days to rest and recover because they played Thursday night against the Patriots. The destroyed the defending champs, beating them 42-27. Alex Smith looked like he was in mid-season form, throwing for over 350 yards. The Chiefs are looking to build on their great performance against the Eagles. The Eagles played well against the Redskins in week one, being led by Carson Wentz. Wentz looks even better from last year, but he is going up against a great defense in the Chiefs. One thing Wentz can look forward to is not seeing Eric Berry on the field. Berry suffered a torn achilles last week and is gone for the year.

The Eagles offense struggled at times last week, but this game has the potential to be a shootout.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers looked really solid last week against the Browns. Well, only Antonio Brown did as he had over 150 yards receiving. Pittsburgh looked a couple steps slow last week, especially Le'Veon Bell.

That was his first game action due to him holding out in the offseason. Hopefully, the Steelers found some answers quick as the Vikings defense is feeling very confident after their game against the Saints. The Vikings are also wondering if Sam Bradford will play. He is a game-time decision with a knee injury. He played stellar last week and it would hurt the Vikings if he couldn't play.

This is a game full of offensive firepower, as both teams are trying simple outscore the other. If you like offense this is the game for you.

Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons

This game is a rematch of last year's NFC Championship game. The Falcons are looking like the same high-flying offense from last year led by Matt Ryan. The Packers were torched by Ryan due to bad secondary play, but they have put in some new pieces back there to combat their terrible pass defense. Let's not forget about Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers is looking to have another good performance against another tough defensive unit. This game is a QB showdown and expect the ball to be in the air 80 percent of the time.

These three games have offense written all over them and the battles taking place at the QB position is something to look out for as well. If you can't watch all the football action, at least watch these three games. They won't disappoint as offense is on full display.