Nine division meetings highlight U.S. National Football League play Sunday, with the reigning Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking on Atlanta in the NFC South Division.

Tampa Bay will not have to worry about Atlanta's star quarterback Michael Vick - he is out with a broken right leg. Doug Johnson will start in his place for Atlanta.

Meanwhile the Buffalo Bills look for their first 3-0 start since 1991 when they visit the Miami Dolphins in an AFC East Division contest. Buffalo has won its first two games by a combined score of 69-17. The Dolphins have not lost two consecutive home games in September since 1989.

The Minnesota Vikings look for a 3-0 start when they take on the Detroit Lions in an NFC North matchup. The Seattle Seahawks take on the Saint Louis Rams in an NFC West game while the Washington Redskins entertain the New York Giants in the NFC East Division.

The New England Patriots battle AFC East rival the New York Jets, while The Indianapolis Colts host the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC South contest.

In other games, the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City takes on Houston and Green Bay plays Arizona. The Cleveland Browns visit San Francisco, the New Orleans Saints visit Tennessee, and the Baltimore Ravens play at San Diego. Monday night, the Oakland Raiders take on Denver in an AFC West contest.