2018 NFL Week 3 Games Black D.J. Humphries Jersey , odds, picks and TV schedule Welcome to week three in the NFL.There are a bevy of entertaining games this week, but maybe the best is... Well, letís just say the Arizona Cardinals vs Chicago Bears.No, the Chiefs look great offensively and have to host the 49ers, New Orleans and Atlanta renew their rivalry and the Rams and Chargers face off in the battle to see who has fewer fans in LA.Letís take a look at this weeks NFL odds.Buffalo Bills (+16.5) at Minnesota Vikings, 10am Arizona time, CBSOver/Under: 41Vikings 35Bills 19Cincinnati Bengals at Carolina Panthers (-3), 10am, CBSOver/Under: 44.5Panthers 23Bengals 17Denver Broncos (+5.5) at Baltimore Ravens, 10am http://www.authenticsarizonacardinal...h-bynes-jersey , CBSOver/Under: 46.5Ravens 26Broncos 24Green Bay Packers (-2.5) at Washington Redskins, 10am, FoxOver/Under: 45Packers 31Skins 20Indianapolis Colts (+7) at Philadelphia Eagles, 10am, FoxOver/Under: 46.5Eagles 35Colts 30New York Giants at Houston Texans (-6), 10am, FoxOver/Under: 43.5Texans 27Giants 20New Orleans Saints (+2) at Atlanta Falcons, 10am, FoxOver/Under: 53.5Saints 28Falcons 27Oakland Raiders (+3) at Miami Dolphins, 10am, CBSOver/Under: 44.5Raiders 21Dolphins 20San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs (6.5) http://www.authenticsarizonacardinal...-iupati-jersey , 10am, FoxOver/Under: 55Chiefs 3849ers 31Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (-9.5), 10am, CBSOver/Under: 40Jags 24Titans 10Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams (-7), 1:05pm, CBSOver/Under: 48.5Rams 26Chargers 18Dallas Cowboys (+1.5) at Seattle Seahawks, 1:25pm, FoxOver/Under: 40.5Cowboys 21Seahawks 17Enjoy the early games. The Arizona Cardinals' bad injury situation got worse on Wednesday when starting left tackle D.J. Humphries was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.The move leaves rookie center Mason Cole as the only remaining member of the offensive line that began the season, and he took over late in the preseason when starter A.Q. Shipley went down with a season-ending knee injury. Guards Mike Iupati and Justin Pugh are on injured reserve and tackle Andre Smith was released.Earlier this week, rookie Christian Kirk went on IR with a broken foot, depleting an already thin wide receiver group.Humphries is the 14th Cardinal Black Haason Reddick Jersey , and sixth offensive lineman, to go on injured reserve.Coach Steve Wilks had insisted over the past two weeks that he was hopeful Humphries would play but it never happened."I think you always have to be hopeful in hoping that he can come back and really finish the year off," Wilks said after Wednesday's practice. "Talking to (head athletic trainer) Tom (Reed), talking to the doctors, they thought it was the best thing for him just to be able to shut it down, so he doesn't have major surgery and have a setback for next year."No surgery is planned, at least not yet, Wilks said.Four of the five offensive linemen who will start for Arizona on Sunday against Detroit are rookies.Seventh-round draft pick Korey Cunningham is the left tackle, with Will Holden 鈥?a former Cardinal and the only non-rookie in the group 鈥?re-signed last week and started at right tackle three days later.Colby Gossett, an undrafted rookie free agent signed off the Minnesota practice squad on Oct. 30, made his NFL debut in last Sunday's 20-17 win at Green Bay and will be the left guard Sunday when Arizona hosts Detroit. Oday Aboushi Black Ricky Seals-Jones Jersey , another undrafted rookie free agent, was signed by the Cardinals on Oct. 23 and will be the right guard.Arizona rushed for a season-best 187 yards behind the makeshift line and quarterback Josh Rosen expressed confidence in them.Rosen will miss his friend Kirk, though."It's a big bummer," Rosen said. "I was hanging out with him last night. It's a bummer for the Cardinals and everything, but for him as well because he was starting to hit his stride. He was starting to really feel comfortable out there, and we were getting that connection."Rosen, though, said, he was "very confident that he (Kirk) will come back stronger than ever."