The third week of the NFL season includes a battle between two solid Pennsylvania teams, a rematch of the biggest regular-season game in Saints history and a game in Charlotte, North Carolina, where there is a heavy police presence outside the stadium after a fifth day of protests prompted by the fatal shooting of a black man by a police officer.
Carolina quarterback Cam Newton warmed up while wearing a T-shirt quoting Martin Luther King, Jr.: ''Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.'' He has said the shooting is embarrassing.
In Philadelphia, the Steelers play the Eagles with both teams looking strong even though Pittsburgh is without its top running back Le'Veon Bell and Philadelphia has leaned on a strong debut by rookie quarterback Carson Wentz.
New Orleans hosts Atlanta 10 years after returning to the Superdome in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina a year earlier.
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