Week 2 of the 2014 NFL season looks to be just as exciting as week 1 was, which is a very good thing considering all the scandals the league has been dealing with.

Sunday’s games are being broadcast on CBS, Fox and NBC (check your local listings to see which games are being aired in your area).

Those being shown in the NY State area are highlighted:

Dolphins at Bills 1 P.M. (EST) on CBS

Cowboys at Titans 1 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Jaguars at Redskins 1 P.M. (EST) on CBS

Cardinals at Giants 1 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Patriots at Vikings 1 P.M. (EST) on CBS

Saints at Browns 1 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Falcons at Bengals 1 P.M. (EST) on CBS.

Lions at Panthers 1 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Rams at Buccaneers 4:05 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Seahawks at Chargers  4:05 P.M.  (EST) on Fox

Texans at Raiders  4:25 P.M. (EST) on CBS

Jets at Packers 4:25 P.M. (EST) on Fox

Chiefs at Broncos 4:25 P.M. (EST) on CBS

Bears at 49ers 8:30 P.M. (EST) on NBC

Live streaming is available from NBC Sports Extra, and Direct TV Sunday Ticket.

All NFL games can be seen using the Direct TV Sunday Ticket.  The Sunday Ticket requires a subscription, which starts at $199 and is available to all Direct TV customers.

Those who do not have Direct TV, but live in NY City, Philadelphia or San Francisco are eligible to purchase the service as well.

NBC Sports Extra can be used for games being broadcast by NBC.  The service is free but can only be accessed through your existing internet provider.

Verizon customers who have the Verizon Wireless More Everything Plan can also watch games through live stream for free, as they dropped the $5 service fee for this season.

In addition, fans can  catch any game after it airs using NFL Game Rewind, where fans can watch full game replays or a condensed version if they want to.

Here is your preview and key match-ups for week 2:

-In the wake of Viking running back Adrian Peterson being arrested on child abuse charges and suspended by the team everyone will be watching to see if it affects their play against a Patriots team that is quite formidable despite it’s week 1 loss.

-The Jets managed a win in week 1 against the Raiders but the Packers are a much stronger team, so this will be newbie QB Geno Smith’s first real test.

-Chiefs at Broncos should be a high scoring game with the Broncos once again giving up a big lead, but holding on for the win.

-Seattle, who looks like they may be poised for another Super Bowl run, will dominate against a Chargers team playing on short rest.

-The Bears may look like they have no chance, especially after a dismal week 1 loss, but expect them to keep it close and possibly run up the score as well.

– If E.J. Manuel and the Bills can win on Sunday, they will start to look like serious contenders, but Miami is hungry and talented so it can go either way.  Whoever wins could end up with sole possession of 1st place in the NFC East, so look for a real battle by both teams.

-The Giants and especially Eli Manning, need to get their offense flowing on Sunday or talk will only grow louder about Manning’s ineffectiveness with their new offensive system.

Consumer Press will bring you all the latest so check back with us.

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