Here's a look at today's NFL television schedule in Los Angeles:â†µ
Each team got a big win in Week 1 and had a big letdown in Week 2. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf will call the action.â†µ
The Texans look to stay undefeated, while driving winless Dallas further into despair. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call the game.â†µ
Pete Carroll's Seahwaks are the only NFC West club to outscore their opponents on the season. San Diego, after an opening week loss, looks to build on last week's drubbing of Jacksonville. Former Chargers quarterback Dan Fouts will call the game, with Ian Eagle.â†µ
Miami is 2-0 thanks to a pair of low-scoring duels, 15-10 over Buffalo and 14-10 over Minnesota. When the Jets let Mark Sanchez throw the ball, they won. When they didn't, they lost. However, the Dolphins are sixth in the NFL in pass yards allowed.