Monday, Sept. 17
Denver at Atlanta, 8:30 p.m. Peyton Manning and the Broncos (1-0) will look to move to 2-0 when they face Matt Ryan and the Falcons (1-0).
—Eli Manning, Giants, went 31 for 51 for 510 yards — the second-best passing day in team history — and tied for eighth in league history — with three touchdown passes and three interceptions as New York rallied for a 41-34 win over Tampa Bay.
—Michael Vick, Eagles, finished 23 of 32 yards for 371 yards with one TD and two INTs in Philadelphia's 24-23 win over Baltimore.
—Andy Dalton, Bengals, was 24 of 31 for 318 yards and matched his career high with three touchdown passes in Cincinnati's 34-27 win over Cleveland.
—Sam Bradford, Rams, finished 26 for 35 for 310 yards with 3 TDs and an interception in St. Louis' 31-28 win over Washington.
—Brandon Weeden, Browns, finished 26 for 37 for 322 yards with a 2 TD passes and a 114.9 rating in Cleveland's 34-27 loss to Cincinnati.
—Reggie Bush, Dolphins, had 26 carries for 172 yards and two touchdowns in Miami's 35-13 win over Oakland.
—C.J. Spiller, Bills, finished with 15 carries for 123 yards and two TDs in Buffalo's 35-17 win over Kansas City.
—Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, had 26 carries for 122 yards in Seattle's 27-7 win over Dallas.
—Arian Foster, Texans, had 28 carries for 110 yards and a touchdown in Houston's 27-7 win over Jacksonville.
—Trent Richardson, Browns, finished with 19 carries for 109 yards and a touchdown and added four catches for a 36 yards and another TD in Cleveland's 34-27 loss to Cincinnati. He became the first Browns rookie to run for 100 yards and score on a run and a pass in the same game, according to STATS LLC. He is also the first Browns rookie to top 100 yards since Lee Suggs ran for 187 against Cincinnati in 2003.
—Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz, Giants. Nicks had 10 catches for 199 yards and a touchdown and Cruz caught 11 passes for 179 yards and a TD as New York topped Tampa Bay 41-34.
—Danny Amendola, Rams, caught 15 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown in St. Louis' 31-28 win over Washington.
—Brent Celek, Eagles, had eight catches for 157 yards in Philadelphia's 24-23 win over Baltimore.
—Darren Sproles, Saints, caught 13 passes for 128 yards in New Orleans' 35-27 loss to Carolina.
—D'Qwell Jackson, Browns, had three sacks and an interception in Cleveland's 34-27 loss to Cincinnati.
—Eric Wright, Buccaneers, returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown in Tampa Bay's 41-34 loss to New York.
—Josh Wilson, Redskins, returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown in Washington's 31-28 loss to St. Louis.
—Charles Godfrey, Panthers, returned an interception 9 yards for a TD in Carolina's 35-27 win over New Orleans.
—Leodis McKelvin, Bills, returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown in Buffalo's 35-17 win over Kansas City.
—Adam "Pacman" Jones, Bengals, returned a punt 81 yards for a touchdown in Cincinnati's 34-27 win over Cleveland.
—Jeron Johnson, Seahawks, returned a blocked punt 3 yards for a touchdown in Seattle's 27-7 win over Dallas.
A GIANT OFFENSIVE OUTBURST
The New York Giants gained 604 yards of offense in a 41-34 victory over Tampa Bay. The Giants are the second team in NFL history besides the 1951 Los Angeles Rams to have a 500-yard passer and two 150-yard receivers in the same game. Eli Manning passed for 510 yards — the second-most in team history — and wide receivers Hakeem Nicks (199 yards) and Victor Cruz (179) both went over the 150-yard mark. The Giants are the first team in NFL history with two receivers with at least 10 catches and 175 yards in the same game.
The Eagles are the first team in NFL history to win each of its first two games of the season by one point. They are 2-0 for the first time since Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens led them to the Super Bowl in 2004. Philly improved to 5-9 in home openers under Andy Reid and won one for first time since 2008. ... The Saints are 0-2 for the first time since 2007. The Saints' defense has allowed 922 yards and 75 points in two games. ... The Redskins' Robert Griffin III is the first rookie to throw a TD pass of 65 or more yards in each of his team's first two games of a season since Greg Cook of Cincinnati in 1969. ... Wes Welker became the Patriots' career leading receiver with 562 catches after making five against the Cards. He began the day tied with Troy Brown at 557. ... With 292 yards on 29 carries, the Bills' C.J. Spiller is averaging 10.1 yards per rush. That's the highest average by an NFL player with a minimum of 25 carries through the first two games of a season since 1963, when Jim Brown averaged 11.3 yards (34 carries for 394 yards). ... The Jaguars finished with a franchise-low 117 yards against the Texans. Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee set the franchise record for points (765), breaking the previous mark held by Mike Hollis.
The Steelers have won 10 straight home openers, the longest active streak in the league. ... The Dolphins beat Oakland to win a home opener for the first time since 2005. ... The Bengals have won 13 of the past 16 against the Browns. ... The Cardinals are the first team to beat the Patriots in a home opener at Gillette Stadium, which opened in 2002. Entering the game, New England had never lost a home opener at Gillette Stadium (10-0) and had the league's longest active such streak. The Cardinals ended a five-game losing streak against the Patriots, beating them for the first time since Sept. 29, 1991. ... San Diego's nine-game winning streak against the Titans dates to 1993, when the franchise was still the Houston Oilers. ... The Colts have won three straight home games dating to last season. ... The Chiefs opened a season 0-2 for the sixth time in seven years. ... Cleveland fell to 0-2 for the fifth time in the past seven seasons. ... The Texans improved to 2-0 for the third consecutive season. ... The Jaguars started 0-2 for the third time in the past five years, and have lost four straight in the series against Houston. ... The Raiders are 0-2 for the first time since 2007.
"I guess some people were under the impression that the clock was going to run, so I guess we looked a little foolish killing the clock when it was already stopped." — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck on spiking the ball when the clock was already stopped just before Adam Vinatieri came onto the field for his winning field goal in Indianapolis' 23-20 victory over Minnesota.