What are the 11 most intriguing games of the 2017 NFL season?

Rematches, healthy returns and relocations comprise some of 2017's most intriguing games

11. Chiefs-Chargers, Week 3: The Bolts' first divisional home game in Los Angeles sees them welcoming the reigning division champion Chiefs. Philip Rivers hopes, unlike last year, he'll still have Keenan Allen at this juncture, and Allen would square off against All-Pro Marcus Peters. Triple threat Tyreek Hill looks to pick up where he left off in his explosive rookie season, against the Chargers' woeful special teams, and he, Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce will battle the Bolts' excellent secondary with Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward. It's one of our first looks at Melvin Gordon in Anthony Lynn's offense, a big-time test for a Kansas City run 'D' that struggled a year ago, and hopes Derrick Johnson can recover from his second ruptured Achilles in three seasons. The Chiefs have won six in a row in the series, including handing the Bolts in Week One last year their first of many heart-breaking fourth quarter collapses. Is it the same old Chargers? It's an early chance for them to prove otherwise. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)
11. Chiefs-Chargers, Week 3: The Bolts' first divisional home game in Los Angeles sees them welcoming the reigning division champion Chiefs. Philip Rivers hopes, unlike last year, he'll still have Keenan Allen at this juncture, and Allen would square off against All-Pro Marcus Peters. Triple threat Tyreek Hill looks to pick up where he left off in his explosive rookie season, against the Chargers' woeful special teams, and he, Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce will battle the Bolts' excellent secondary with Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward. It's one of our first looks at Melvin Gordon in Anthony Lynn's offense, a big-time test for a Kansas City run 'D' that struggled a year ago, and hopes Derrick Johnson can recover from his second ruptured Achilles in three seasons. The Chiefs have won six in a row in the series, including handing the Bolts in Week One last year their first of many heart-breaking fourth quarter collapses. Is it the same old Chargers? It's an early chance for them to prove otherwise. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo) — Alex Gallardo