New York Jets - 10
New England - 13
Tom Brady struggled as the Patriots edged out a win against Jets rookie QB Geno Smith who threw three interceptions, two of which were to Patriots CB Aqub Talib.
St. Louis - 24
Atlanta - 31
Julio Jones had 11 receptions for 182 yards and a touchdown as the Falcons held off a fourth quarter comeback by Sam Bradford and the Rams. Both Bradford and Matt Ryan threw for over 300 yards and Rams rookie WR Tavon Austin caught two touchdowns.
Carolina - 23
Buffalo - 24
A last second touchdown from Bills rookie QB EJ Manuel to Stevie Johnson sealed the first win of the year for Buffalo. Settling for 3 field goals in the fourth quarter, the Panthers were unable to find the winning column for the second straight week.
Minnesota - 30
Chicago - 31
Jay Cutler threw a touchdown to tight end Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left as the Bears beat NFC North rival Minnesota in a soaked Soldier Field. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson rushed for 100 yards on Sunday, but accumulated negative yards when he attempted to break outside the tackles. An interesting stat for the league's best rusher.
Washington - 20
Green Bay - 38
Aaron Rodgers was the story of the day as he single-handedly put the game away before halftime. Rodgers threw for 480 yards and 4 touchdowns as the Packers rolled over the Redskins. Rodgers' 480 yards was only good enough to tie the Packers' franchise record, set by Matt Flynn two years ago against Detroit.
Miami - 24
Indianapois - 20
Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins came out of Indy with a victory as Tannehill threw for 319 yards with most of those going to new WR Mike Wallace and surprisingly, FB Charles Clay, who later scored the game winning rushing touchdown.
Dallas - 16
Kansas City - 17
Big Red has started out the season 2-0. The Chiefs were luckier than the Cowboys, and the team who made less mistakes came out on top. Andy Reid and Alex Smith seem to be a good combo in KC this season.
Cleveland - 6
Baltimore - 14
The Ravens survived a terrible, scoreless first half, and beat the Browns on SuperBowl banner day. Flacco and Bernard Pierce provided the Ravens with all the scoring they needed against the anemic Browns offense.
Tennessee - 24
Houston - 30
Kicker Randy Bullock had 4 tries to kick a game winning field goal at the end of regulation, but in the end, missed it when it counted. Lucky for Bullock, Matt Schaub found rookie WR DeAndre Hopkins on a fade route to win it in overtime.
Detroit - 21
Arizona - 25
Lions WR Calvin Johnson caught 6 passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns but it wasn't enough for the Lions in the desert on Sunday. Fun Stat- In the Cardinals last 14 games, they have beaten the Lions twice and lost the other 12 games.
New Orleans - 16
Tampa Bay - 14
Tampa is getting the hang of losing on last second field goals. A game delayed over an hour due to lightning was very lackluster in the first half. Things picked up in the second half as the Bucs returned a Brees interception for a touchdown, but it wasn't enough as Brees led the Saints down the field to kick a game winning FG as time expired.
Jacksonville - 9
Oakland - 19
Jacksonville has scored a total of 11 points this season, and looked just as bad as you can imagine in both contests. Raiders' RB Darren McFadden ran for over 100 yards as the Raiders rolled over the Jags.
Denver - 41
New York Giants - 23
The Broncos moved to 2-0 and the Giants fell to 0-2 as Peyton came out on top again in the third meeting of the Manning Bowl. Peyton also moved deeper into the record books breaking 60,000 yards, joining only Marino and Favre on that list.
San Francisco - 3
Seattle - 29
Marshawn Lynch (3 total TDs) and the Seahawks flew by the division rival 49ers. The Seahawks D completely shut down Kaepernick and his receivers and held them to a lone 2nd quarter field goal. Maybe it was the lightning delay that threw off Kapernick, but the Seahawks look like a dominant squad again this year.
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