The Patriots are heading on the road this weekend for a primetime throwdown with the Baltimore Ravens, a rematch of last year's AFC championship thriller.
Both clubs are coming off losses in Week 2, which makes this week's tilt even more important.
Get that line (as of Wednesday) and all of the others for Week 3 below, courtesy of Bovada.
New York Giants (-1.5) at Carolina
The Giants escaped with a win last week at home against the Bucs, and they're still favored to win on the road this week in a Thursday night tilt with Carolina, who knocked off the Saints last week.
St. Louis at Chicago (-7)
The Rams edged Robert Griffin III and the Redskins last week, yet they're still seven-point underdogs against Jay Cutler and the Bears, who looked awful in Green Bay last Thursday.
San Francisco (-7.5) at Minnesota
The 49ers are arguably the best team in football right now, and they're expected to roll this week in Minnesota.
Detroit (-3.5) at Tennessee
The Lions are looking to bounce back after losing to San Francisco, and they hope to add to the Titans' early-season misery this week in Nashville.
Cincinnati at Washington (-4)
The Skins are favorites by more than a field goal in RG3's home debut.
New York Jets (-3) at Miami
The Jets and Dolphins meet in an AFC East matchup between two teams that have been up and down through just two weeks.
Kansas City at New Orleans (-9)
The Saints are the NFC's lone winless team, but they're still two-score favorites over the hapless Chiefs.
Buffalo (-3) at Cleveland
The Bills bounced back by trouncing the Chiefs last week; they'll look to do the same against the winless Browns this weekend.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-3)
Andrew Luck and the Colts have a chance to go to 2-1 on the young season.
Philadelphia (-4) at Arizona
The Eagles are 2-0 with a pair of one-point wins, and they'll get a good test in the desert against another undefeated squad, the Cardinals.
Atlanta (-3) at San Diego
Two 2-0 clubs tangle in San Diego, with the Falcons road favorites coming off a win over the Broncos on Monday night.
Houston (-2) at Denver
The Texans go on the road and outside the division with a tough test against a Denver team looking to bounce back.
Pittsburgh (-4.5) at Oakland
Two of the NFL's storied franchises meet in the Black Hole.
New England at Baltimore (-3)
In this AFC championship rematch, the Ravens are favored to win after both clubs dropped heartbreakers in Week 2.
Green Bay (-3.5) at Seattle
The Seahawks are dangerous at home, but the Packers are favored to go to 2-1 after an impressive Week 2 victory over the Bears.