2010 NFL scores week 2 coverage will be here with live game updates. The 2010 NFL scores week 2 coverage includes all of Sunday’s games as well as the Monday night game between San Francisco and New Orleans. As we head into week 2 of the 2010 NFL season, the best teams in the NFL are about to make themselves really emerge from the crowd, and we will soon find out which winners from week 1 were just pretenders.
Tune in here all Sunday, as we will be providing live updates and full 2010 NFL scores week 2 coverage for football fans around the country. The first games of the day (Sunday, September 19) will begin at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST) and will work its way all the way up to the great Sunday night game on the schedule between the Indianapolis Colts and the New York Giants. That game will pit Eli Manning against Peyton Manning, and will be broadcast on NBC for the world to watch.
Expect some great games to play out on Sunday, beginning with that New England vs. New York Jets game, which will put Randy Moss and Tom Brady up against the defense of the New York Jets. Can the Jets control Moss and Wes Welker? Or is this where New York falls to 0-2 on the 2010 season, and the NFL analysts start coming down really hard on coach Rex Ryan. Pay very close attention to that Philadelphia vs. Detroit game as well, because Michael Vick will be starting for the first time on the 2010 season.
Likewise the Houston vs. Washington game is going to push one of these up-start teams to 2-0 in the 2010 season, and make them a true playoff contender.
Here are a few game previews that you can enjoy for games that will take place this weekend:
Eagles_vs_Lions (Michael Vick Starting)
Full 2010 NFL Week 2 Schedule
*Buffalo 7 — Green Bay 34 — (Final)
*Miami 14 — Minnesota 10 — (Final)
*Kansas City 16 — Cleveland 14 — (Final)
*Chicago 27 — Dallas 20 — (Final)
*Arizona 7 — Atlanta 41 — (Final)
*Tampa Bay 20 — Carolina 7 — (Final)
*Philadelphia 35 — Detroit 32 — (Final)
*Baltimore 10 — Cincinnati 15 — (Final)
*Pittsburgh 19 — Tennessee 11 — (Final)
*Seattle 14 — Denver 31 — (Final)
*St. Louis 14 — Oakland 16 — (Final)
*Houston 30 — Washington 27 — (Final in Overtime)
*New England 14 — New York Jets 28 — (Final)
*Jacksonville 6 — San Diego 38 — (Final)
*New York Giants vs. Indianapolis — 5:20 p.m. PST on NBC
*New Orleans vs. San Francisco — 5:30 p.m. PST on ESPN (Monday Night Game)