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NFL players show off their best pregame looks as Week 3 unfolds

The third NFL Sunday in 2021 is here with lots of big names in action. Last week, fans enjoyed a string of tight placements crowned by a Monday Night Football classic when the Baltimore Ravens beat the Kansas City Chiefs 36:35.

Both Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes were among the players who showed off their best pregame looks in front of the awesome NFL fans on the ground and in the air. With 14 games planned to keep everyone busy, here’s how teams build their confidence through their fashionable looks.

WR Marquise Brown, RB Devonta Freeman, QB Lamar Jackson, WR Sammy Watkins, CB Marlon Humphrey

Baltimore enters its matchup against the Detroit Lions after storming at least 100 yards in 41 straight games. That’s only due to the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1974 to 1977 (43) for the second longest such series in NFL history.

The 2019 MVP goes down in week 3 with one more opportunity for history. His 11 100-yard rushing games (including playoffs) in his career are linked to Michael Vick for the most QB in league history.

Baltimore is 4-1 all-time against Detroit hoping to avoid their first 0-3 start since 2015, when the Lions finished 7-9.

No wonder they look so elegant and confident in week 3.

Ravens in the building. @ Lj_era8 | @Primetime_jet | @devontafreeman pic.twitter.com/xbSltkzasB

– Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 26, 2021

All business. @sammywatkins pic.twitter.com/S2OCMj5NKk

– Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 26, 2021

Marlos fit. pic.twitter.com/E5W7dgXifq

– Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 26, 2021

DE JJ Watt

The Cardinals are looking for a continuation of their own impressive start. Arizona visits the Jacksonville Jaguars in search of his first 3-0 start since the 13-13 game in 2015. This season the Cardinals reached the playoffs for the last time.

Five-time all-pro JJ Watt, enjoying his first season at The Valley, seems poised to fuel more playoff energy with his allusion to Phoenix Mercury legend Diana Taurasi. At 3:00 p.m. ET on ABC, the Mercury will visit defending champions Seattle Storm as the second round of the WNBA playoffs begins.

Recurring # 4TheValley @ JJWatt x @PhoenixMercury pic.twitter.com/q9jY0nKXIN

– Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 26, 2021


QB Justin Herbert, QB Patrick Mahomes

A little over a year ago, Mahomes joined the Kansas City Royals by acquiring a stake in the team’s property. He competes in this division matchup against AFC West with a career record of 16-2 and an overall QBR of 78.8. The latter mark is the best of any player since the metric was first measured in 2006.

Back home 😁 @ Oakley | @Bose pic.twitter.com/dGeUCP5Sou

– Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 26, 2021

Herbert enters his 18th career game in a casual sweater and with 5,011 running meters.

Can you guess the only quarterback with 17+ career starts?

Correctly. Patrick Mahomes II (5,381).

The Chargers will need every meter and touchdown that Herbert’s arm can muster against the reigning AFC champions. Since Mahomes started the team in 2018, Kansas City has been an NFL best 11-1 in the September games.


– Los Angeles Chargers (@chargers) September 26, 2021

Jacksonville Jaguars

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