Predicting NFL Week 3 upsets, fantasy football starts and sits, plus buzz and notes around the league

Carolina's 0-2 start has coach Matt Rhule feeling the heat. Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

NFL Week 3 arrives on the heels of an absolutely wild Week 2, one that gave us sensational comebacks, video game-type numbers and cast a whole lot of fresh doubt on who's good, who's bad and who's in between in the National Football League.

Double-digit comebacks by the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals were memorable, and were all powered by outstanding quarterback play. The return of Jimmy Garoppolo to the No. 1 quarterback role for the San Francisco 49ers was bittersweet, coming as a result of a season-ending injury to Trey Lance. The New York Giants moved to a surprising 2-0, and the reigning AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals dropped to 0-2. Tom Brady chucked another tablet (in a win), the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos continued to struggle on offense, and the Buffalo Bills kept on rolling.

Here to make sense of it all heading into Week 3 are ESPN Insiders Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler, who discuss the topics of the day, offer some game picks and fantasy advice, and empty out their notebooks to account for all the latest buzz around the league: