[#WATCH@NFL# Cowboys vs Seahawks Live Stream Live Stream Football 23 Sep 2018. Coming off 10 days of rest, we'll begin to see what this 2018 team can do after a blowout Week 1 win to the Buffalo Bills was followed up by a dud of a Week 2 in Cincinnati. RAVENS VS. BRONCOS WEEK 3 HOW TO WATCH: Who: Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos What: Week 3 regular season When: Sunday, Sept. 22, 2018, 1:00 p.m. ET Where: M&T Bank Stadium TV Channel: CBS Live Stream: Watch Now with FuboTV - Try Free Trial Radio: WBAL New Radio 1090 and 98Rock Weather: 67 degrees, cloudy The Ravens' receivers will need to take advantage of a weak Broncos secondary. Raiders' Derek Carr completed 29 of 32 in Week 2 thanks to the Broncos' CBs. That doesn't mean their defense is lacking entirely. There's of course outside linebacker Miller, who already has four sacks on the season, and strong safety Darian Stewart who will be the Ravens' offense' main target. "He’s the straw that stirs the drink, no doubt – one of the very best in the league at what he does," Harbaugh said. "We will have to have him accounted for at all times, on every play. If we don’t do that, he’ll wreck the game. That’s job [No.] 1 on offense – that’s where it starts.” On the defensive side of the ball, the Ravens could be without Pro Bowl middle linebacker C.J. Mosley after suffering a bone bruise in Week 2. He did participate in Thursday's practice, but there has been no word on his availability for Sunday's matchup. The two have met 13 times – including two postseason games – with the Ravens leading the series 7-6. Ahead of Sunday's matchup, here's everything you need to know to watch. Mosley's absence was felt immediately against the Bengals, but the defense has had plenty of time to plan accordingly. A veteran presence was brought back to fill the void in Albert McCllelan as the team will have to keep a close eye on the Broncos' dynamic running back duo in undrafted rookie Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman. Lindsay in currently third in the NFL in rushing yards (178) and has 35 receiving yards for one touchdown. His 100-plus yards in two games makes the 24-year-old the first undraftetd rookie to ever reach that achievement. Over two games, Freeman has rushed 23 times for 99 yards and one touchdown. The Baltimore Ravens started the week off as just five-point favorites against the Denver Broncos. http://bit.ly/CLICK-HERE-WATCH-NFL Now, with gameday quickly approaching, oddsmakers are giving Baltimore a little more love as 5.5-point favorites, according to OddsShark. It’s a tough matchup against an offense full of weapons and a Denver defense with a potent pass rush. But the early betting appears to be pushing the spread a little further in favor of the Ravens. It makes some sense considering it’s at M&T Bank Stadium and Baltimore plays better at home. The Ravens are 11-5 over the last two seasons when playing in Baltimore compared to just 6-10 when on the road. Over the time, the Ravens have scored an additional 3.5 points http://bit.ly/CLICK-HERE-WATCH-NFL