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first_img23.Los Angeles Chargers0-1lost to Kansas City 28-38—See Saints comment Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 4.Los Angeles Rams1-0beat Oakland 33-13—Dominant second half, outscoring Oakland 23-0 29.Dallas Cowboys0-1lost to Carolina 8-16—Offensive concerns look real after Week 1 One down, 16 to go.Week 1 in the NFL’s 2018 season offered a little bit of everything. There were marquee matchups, the usual suspects coming out on top and trendy Super Bowl picks falling on their faces.And then there were the Bills.Every week, I’ll take a look at what transpired in the league and rank teams 1-32, because it’s been scientifically proven that people love them some lists.Unlike years past, there is no panel determining the rankings. It’s one man’s view based on the eyeball test, quality of competition, statistical analysis and the old Janet Jackson motto “what have you done for me lately?” 2.Philadelphia Eagles1-0beat Atlanta 18-12—Style points missing, but a good win nonetheless 8.Carolina Panthers1-0beat Dallas 16-8—Stingy D shackled Dallas attack 32.Buffalo Bills0-1lost to Baltimore 3-47—Bold prediction: Bills stay here all year 5.Jacksonville Jaguars1-0beat NY Giants 20-15—Defense wasn’t dominant, but a good road win The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 20.New York Giants0-1lost to Jacksonville 15-20—They’ve got OBJ and Barkley, they should be fine Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Don’t @ me.Enjoy. 28.Tennessee Titans0-1lost to Miami 20-27—Worse than playing a 7-hour game? Losing a 7-hour game (and your QB) Comments   Share   13.Cincinnati Bengals1-0beat Indianapolis 34-23—Impressive come-from-behind win on the road Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 11.Tampa Bay Buccaneers1-0beat New Orleans 48-40—Bucs pull biggest upset of Week 1; Fitzpatrick was amazing 18.Chicago Bears0-1lost to Green Bay 23-24—Dropped INT away from pulling the upset 6.Green Bay Packers1-0beat Chicago 24-23—Aaron Rodgers puts his uniform on in a phone booth 1.New England Patriots1-0beat Houston 27-20—Brady to Gronk connection still unstoppablecenter_img 24.Seattle Seahawks0-1lost to Denver 24-27—Six sacks, 64 yds rushing…when will they fix the OL? 3.Minnesota Vikings1-0beat San Francisco 24-16—Good first effort from Kirk Cousins 16.Pittsburgh Steelers0-0-1tied Cleveland 21-21—Blocked FG helps Pitt avoid becoming a trivia answer 7.Kansas City Chiefs1-0beat LA Chargers 38-28—Mahomes impressive, and Tyreek Hill is ridiculous 15.Miami Dolphins1-0beat Tennessee 27-20—Outlasted Titans in 7-hour marathon 10.Washington Redskins1-0beat Arizona 24-6—Washington did everything well in Week 1 New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) celebrates his touchdown against the Houston Texans during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) RankTeamRecordResultLast WkComment 25.Indianapolis Colts0-1lost to Cincinnati 23-34—Luck is back, but the result is familiar 19.Houston Texans0-1lost to New England 20-27—Call the timeout, O’Brien. It IS your job 31.Detroit Lions0-1lost to NY Jets 17-48—Looked helpless after being tied 17-17 27.Cleveland Browns0-0-1tied Pittsburgh 21-21—Still win-free since 2016 9.Baltimore Ravens1-0beat Buffalo 47-3—It was only the Bills, but a DOMINANT performance 26.Oakland Raiders0-1lost to LA Rams 13-33—Hindsight: I would’ve paid Mack over Carr 22.New Orleans Saints0-1lost to Tampa Bay 40-48—Defense looked nothing like Super Bowl-quality 30.Arizona Cardinals0-1lost to Washington 6-24—Steve Wilks says they deserved the boos. It’s hard to argue 14.Denver Broncos1-0beat Seattle 27-24—Von Miller, meet Russell Wilson 12.New York Jets1-0beat Detroit 48-17—Darnold bounced back after shaky start; three-phase win 17.Atlanta Falcons0-1lost to Philadelphia 12-18—Ryan and the Falcons shaky in the red zone; 3 points on 5 trips 21.San Francisco 49ers0-1lost to Minnesota 16-24—Jimmy G experiences a new feelinglast_img

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