Is there Sunday football today? TV Schedule, Start Time, Live Stream for Pre-Season Week 2

The NFL’s preseason schedule continues this week with Week 2. With 12 games already wrapped, four competitions remain this week. What does today’s slate of Sunday football have in store for us?

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Several matches are scheduled for Sunday. Let’s take a look at each of them.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Cleveland Browns

Time: 1 p.m. ET
TV channel: NFL Network
Direct: Vidgo, fuboTV, NFL+

The first Sunday football game of the day sees the Philadelphia Eagles face off against the Cleveland Browns. Another long week of news for the Browns saw the NFL and NFLPA reach agreement on the suspension of QB Deshaun Watson.

After the NFL appealed the initial six-game suspension, the league and players’ association agreed to extend it to 11 games and include a $5 million fine. Already expected to start in Watson’s place, the new deal nearly doubles Jacoby Brissett’s stint under Browns center.

Meanwhile, the Eagles sent former WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside in the second round to the Seahawks for DB Ugo Amadi. According to Pro Football Network Senior NFL Reporter Mike Kaye, he may not be the only Eagles receiver on the move. Philadelphia took calls on Jalen Reagor during the draft and would still be willing to part ways for the right price.

After acquiring AJ Brown to partner with DeVonta Smith, the need for Reagor diminishes. Will he be able to salvage some snaps with his performances over the next two pre-season games?

Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Giants

Time: 7 p.m. ET
TV channel: NFL Network
Direct: Vidgo, fuboTV, NFL+

Everything appears to be on track for Joe Burrow to be ready for action in Week 1. While already recovering from an MCL sprain he suffered in the final moments of the Super Bowl, another problem appeared at the end of July.

In one of his first press conferences since the initial operation, Burrow revealed on Wednesday that his appendix ruptured on July 26. Wednesday was also his first day of team exercises since the intervention. It’s incredibly clear that we won’t be seeing Burrow again this preseason, which isn’t necessarily a problem.

They picked up a win in the preseason opener, but the Giants still have some work to do. The Daniel Jones-Kenny Golladay connection is still in trouble, which should be concerning as Golladay is believed to be New York’s WR1. Another area of ​​concern for New York is the secondary. Keep an eye on how the young squad performs in this Sunday football game.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Arizona Cardinals

Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV channel: FOX
Direct: Sling TV, YouTube TV, Vidgo, fuboTV, NFL+

The final game of Sunday’s football slate sees the Baltimore Ravens head to the desert to take on the Arizona Cardinals. The most pressing issue on Baltimore’s mind is their health as Week 1 of the regular season rolls around. Currently, the Ravens are still without some key contributors, such as offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley, RB Gus Edwards and DB Marcus Peters.

However, a decision made by the front office this week has given some confidence to one of these groups of positions. The Ravens released RB Corey Clement in the first round of cuts, most likely hinting at the belief that Edwards and JK Dobbins will be ready for the start of the season.

Unfortunately for the Cardinals, they have the task of reversing the Ravens’ 21-game preseason winning streak in Week 2. With Brett Hundley also the victim of first-round cuts, the Cardinals will focus their game plan against QBs. Anthony Brown and Tyler Huntley. in their battle for reserve positions.

Both Ravens flaggers excelled in Week 1 against the Titans, but the Arizona defense was able to force fumbles and get some backfield pressure in their win. This should be a fun conclusion to Sunday’s football action tonight.

2022 NFL Preseason Week 2 Schedule

Are there any games left on the Week 2 pre-season roster after those three Sunday football games?

Monday August 22

Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Jets
8 p.m. | ESPN

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