There was a familiar feeling to the Bills’ 48-28 loss to the Jets.
Dolphins T Jake Long didn’t blame physical ailments for his Sunday struggles.
Patriots rookie defenders Chandler Jones and Dont’a Hightower had splashy regular season debuts.
The Jets wide receiving corps was a big question entering the season, but Stephen Hill and Jeremy Kerley each came up big in Week One.
Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees will be on the spot against the Bengals.
A look at some of the keys to a Bengals win on Monday night.
Browns RB Trent Richardson’s first outing wasn’t a great one, although Eagles S Kurt Coleman will probably remember the meeting for quite some time.
Said Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, “There’s no one to blame but myself. I already told my teammates and coaches, it’s my fault and it’s on me. That loss is squarely on my shoulders.”
Texans DE J.J. Watt joked that volleyball practice helped him tip three passes in Sunday’s win.
The Colts defense started out with a bang, but finished with a thud.
Said Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny, “Defensively, we had that game in our hands and let it slip away. If we want to be a great defense, that has got to be the knockout punch right there.”
The Titans were left looking for a lot of answers on Sunday, but QB Jake Locker’s play didn’t lead to many questions.
Broncos CB Champ Bailey was happy with the way the defense responded after a poor third quarter.
Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star believes that the Chiefs’ Sunday problems go beyond the absent players.
The new Raiders cornerbacks are still working on forming a bond with the team’s safeties.
It’s been a tough summer for Chargers WR Eddie Royal, right down to the death of his family dog.
With WR Roy Williams retiring, one last look at one of the worst decisions in Cowboys or history.
LB Keith Rivers handled himself well in his Giants debut.
Eagles defenders were impressed by the way LB DeMeco Ryans played against the Browns.
The Redskins defense was able to keep Saints QB Drew Brees from his typically strong performance.
High marks all around for the Bears defense in their opening performance.
RB Kevin Smith was happy the Lions went to him with the game on the line despite two earlier drops.
The Packers didn’t like some of the penalties called against them, although S Charles Woodson conceded that’s the case with the regular officials as well.
Going with rookie K Blair Walsh paid off for the Vikings in Week One.
Falcons RB Jacquizz Rodgers played an expanded role for the team on Sunday.
The returns of linebackers Jon Beason and Thomas Davis seemed to have a positive effect on the Panthers defense.
WR Marques Colston contributed to a rough day for the Saints.
Buccaneers S Ronde Barber said Sunday felt like the old days when Tampa won behind its defense.
The Cardinals defense held after mistakes put them on the brink of losing the game.
The Rams lost a tough one on Sunday, but they looked like an improved team while doing it.
49ers QB Alex Smith could bathe in the praise he’s receiving after Sunday’s win.
Leon Washington flashed his old kick and punt return skills for the Seahawks.