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For a team with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, it seems weird that all the post-Week 1 talk has been about Green Bay's dominant defense. Matt LaFleur's offense needs to pick up the pace.
A heart-breaking loss in New Orleans should not distract us from the brilliance of quarterback Deshaun Watson. But one familiar problem remains - he must be better protected at all costs.
That was a typical Seattle victory as they saw off Cincinnati by a point in Week 1. It was not pretty and it required some late-game Russell Wilson magic. We have seen this movie before, of course.
Once the Bills got out of their own way and tidied up the four first half interceptions, they enjoyed some positive moments in their season-opening win. But they certainly did it the hard way.
Well, that wasn't supposed to happen! How will the Browns respond to a three-interception, five-sack, 18-penalty debacle? There is some early season pressure on head coach Freddie Kitchens.
The Falcons were one of the biggest disappointments of Week 1 and they left Dan Quinn in a very bad mood. The coach is on an early-season hot seat given his team's struggles in recent years.
The Redskins need to find a way to finish. They could not have looked better in gaining 278 first half yards but they added just 120 after the break and had no answer for the Philly attack.
The Bucs - and head coach Bruce Arians - must have been exasperated with the performance of Jameis Winston in Week 1. Rest assured, Arians will have pulled no punches in Tampa this week.