Here are 10 things from NFL Week 3 that intrigue me:

1. Odell Beckham Jr. vs. Josh Norman: These guys got after it last year when they faced each other. Norman was then with the Panthers, and they got so physical that Beckham got three personal fouls and Norman two. Both have said some not-so-nice things about the other since then, and the Redskins plan to travel Norman from side-to-side on Beckham, which will be a treat. Get the popcorn ready.

2. Will Greg Roman's firing jump-start the Bills season? If owner Terry Pegula thinks that will be the case, he's nuts. The word is the firing of Roman came from ownership. There is no saving this season. The Bills lack defensive talent in a lot of spots, and Rex Ryan's team is undisciplined. Oh, and here come the Arizona Cardinals.

3. Can Kirk Cousins get it going to keep his teammates quiet? Cousins is actually putting up some impressive numbers. That's where stats lie. His performances in the first two games have been uneven. He has two red-zone picks in two games. It's time to start playing like he wants that mega-deal.

Kirk Cousins hasn't played terrible, but he needs to cut out the turnovers. USATSI

4. Will the Seahawks offense get going after scoring one touchdown in two games? There are several issues. First and foremost, the offensive line is struggling. That's being kind. They have to be better. They can't run it. And they aren't protecting. Russell Wilson is also being bothered by an ankle injury. That has limited his ability to move -- a big part of his game. They get the 49ers this week, and they have a physical defense like the Rams.

5. Will the Rams score an offensive touchdown? They are 1-1 and haven't scored a touchdown yet. That's the Jeff Fisher way. Somehow, he probably likes that a bit. The Rams travel to Tampa this week, which is a long trip. The Bucs aren't great on defense, but does it matter the way the Rams play offense?

6. The Panthers offense against the Vikings defense: With Adrian Peterson out, the Vikings will need a big day from their stout defense to have any chance here. But the Panthers are explosive on offense and have been really good putting up points at home over the past two seasons. This will be fun.

7. Trevor Siemian in his first NFL road start against a good Bengals defense: Siemian has done some decent things in his first two starts -- both at home -- but this is a big challenge. The Bengals did a nice job on Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown last week. Siemian needs to drive the ball down the field more. If not, Paxton Lynch could be the quarterback by mid-October.

8. Bengals second-year tackle Cedric Ogbuehi against Broncos pass rusher Von Miller: In two games Ogbuehi has given up one sack and been solid in pass protection. But now he gets Miller, who has four sacks in two games and is a pass-rushing menace. How much will the Bengals help the young right tackle?

Von Miller has been a terror through the first two weeks of the season. USATSI

9. Can Aaron Rodgers get it going? Rodgers has been held to 199 and 213 yards passing in his first two games. That's stunning for a quarterback of his talents. But the system isn't working, and his receivers aren't winning. Does that start this week against the Lions? I bet it does. Like Rodgers said: Relax.

10. Can Khalil Mack get his first sack of the season and get the Raiders defense going? There were some who were projecting Mack as the Defensive Player of the Year. In two games, he hasn't scratched a sack. That's not a good start. This week, he will spend a lot of time working against Tennessee rookie tackle Jack Conklin, who has played well the first two weeks. Is this the week he gets the quarterback on the ground?