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J.J. Watt talks Houston Texans' defense on 'NFL AM'

The Houston Texans' defense picked up where it left off last season, swarming the Miami Dolphins in a Week 1 win. Can the unit lead the Texans to a deep postseason run? Hear what defensive end J.J. Watt has to say about his team's chances on "NFL AM," airing from 6-10 a.m. ET on Wednesday on NFL Network.

Here's what else is on tap Wednesday:

» With Week 1 fully in the books, the rankings are rolling in. Ian Rapoport gives his Rap Sheet Rankings with details on each team's outlook.

Harrison: Week 2 Power Rankings

After the season's opening week, changes abound in Elliot Harrison's Power Rankings, including a new No. 1 team. **More ...**

» Matt Ryan and Tony Romo both had stellar performances to open the season. but which one is better? Daniel Jeremiah sizes up the two signal-callers and declares a winner.

» Speaking of Ryan, are the Atlanta Falcons' headed for their best offensive season in some time? Steve Wyche details why the outlook is so bright for Mike Smith and his crew.

» Now that all of Week 1's games are in the books, which players impressed you the most? Have your say by voting for the FedEx Air & Ground Players of the Week.

» As far as rookie debuts go, it's hard to top Robert Griffin III's outing against the New Orleans Saints. Aditi Kinkhabwala outlines the keys to RG3's quick start.

» If you can't wait for the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, relive the best plays of Week 1 here.

Breer: Do defenses stand a chance?

There was a record number of points in Week 1. Can the offensive revolution be slowed? Albert Breer examines. **More ...**

» Match your wits against NFL Network stars like Deion Sanders, Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk and see if you can correctly predict the winners of every game in Week 2.

» The season has already started, but it's not too late to sign up for a fantasy football team on

» Happy birthday to San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick, who turns 31 on Wednesday.

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