Baltimore - 27
Denver - 49
Peyton Manning. Okay, I think we're done here.
New England - 23
Buffalo - 21
A real scare for anyone who decided to pick a "safe bet" with the Patriots in their suicide pools. But the Patriots survived the scare against the Bills with a late field goal from Stephen Gostkowski. Also, Tom Brady found his new favorite target in Danny Amendola who had 10 receptions for 104 yds.
Cincinnati - 21
Chicago - 24
The Bears started out slow, but were able to put things together to give first year coach Marc Trestman a victory in his NFL debut. Tim Jennings was back to his 2012 self, causing a fumble in the early stages of the fourth quarter which sparked the Bears to a comeback victory.
Miami - 23
Cleveland - 10
It was the story of two quarterbacks in this one. Ryan Tannehill had a great day passing, while Brandon Weeden has some film to watch this week after throwing three interceptions and getting sacked six times. Rookie DE Dion Jordan recorded his first NFL sack while Cameron Wake had 2.5 sacks.
Minnesota - 24
Detroit - 34
Not even the legs of Adrian Peterson could carry the Vikings to victory in Detroit Sunday afternoon. Peterson finished with 97 yds and three scores, but the story was the comeback of Reggie Bush, who looked a whole lot like the college days Reggie Bush. Bush finished with 90 rushing yards and 101 receiving yards.
Oakland - 17
Indianapolis - 21
Andrew Luck showed yesterday that he can do it all and is making it hard for Colts fans to miss Peyton Manning. Luck threw and ran his way to the win yesterday, scoring the game winning 19 yard touchdown by running it in.
Atlanta - 17
New Orleans - 23
The Saints, behind the arm of Drew Brees, were able to beat the Falcons for the 11th time in 13 tries under the guidance of head coach Sean Payton, who returned yesterday from his season long suspension stemming from the bounty cases.
Tampa Bay - 17
New York Jets - 18
Jets kicker Nick Folk kicked a game winning 48 yard field goal with :02 seconds remaining to seal the victory for rookie quarterback Geno Smith. A late hit penalty by Bucs linebacker Lavonte David ruined a late drive orchestrated by Josh Freeman to put the Bucs on top 17-15 with less than a minute left in the game.
Tennessee - 16
Pittsburgh - 9
Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers could not get anything going, scoring their only touchdown late in the fourth. Bad news from this one as the Steelers lose C Maurkice Pouncey, LB Larry Foote, and RB LaRod Stephens-Howling all for the season. A very rough start in the Steel City.
Seattle - 12
Carolina - 7
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks squeaked out a narrow victory against at Panthers. The Seahawks, who were on upset alert, playing early on the east coast, won on a 43 yard touchdown strike to Jermaine Kearse in the fourth quarter. Seattle's defense played at a high level reminiscent of the 2012 campaign.
Kansas City - 28
Jacksonville - 2
What a laugher. Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley is already being questioned if he was the right man for the job. The Jaguars looked awful the entire game, gaining less than 200 total yards of offense. Big Red and Alex Smith looked good in their debut, but lets see how they fair against a real NFL team next week (Dallas).
Arizona - 24
St. Louis - 27
Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald, who has needed a good arm for years now, hooked up twice and look like they are going to be a good passing combo this year. It wasn't enough to hold off Sam Bradford, Jared Cook (7 rec, 141 yds, 2 TDs) and the Rams who won on a late field goal from Greg Zuerlein.
Green Bay - 28
San Francisco - 34
Colin Kaepernick and Anquan Boldin connected 13 times for 208 yards and a score as the 49ers held off Aaron Rodgers and the Packers at home in Candlestick's final season. Both Rodgers and Kaepernick threw for three scores. Packers' rookie RB Eddie Lacy (Alabama) scored his first NFL touchdown on a goal line dive in the 4th quarter.
New York Giants - 31
Dallas - 36
Sunday Night turnover fest. The Giants turned the ball over in their first three possessions and coach Tom Coughlin called it the "worst half of football" he's ever seen. Victor Cruz caught three passes from Manning for touchdowns, but it wasn't enough to overcome the mistakes from the first half. Also, Jerry Jones had special guest New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in his owner's box.
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