Presenting the snapshot gallery from the Week 1 NFL games
Hanging by a moment
NFL games are a mix of emotions: anger, sadness, joy, pain, you name it. Often it's easy to pick one particular moment and spotlight that to summarize what went on during the game. So, that's what we did! We present our gallery of images from the latest week of NFL action. We call it the Week 1 Snapshot -- Sid Saraf
Patriots 23, Bills 21
Why the long face on Tom Brady? Maybe because the heavily favored Patriots barely escaped Buffalo with a win.
Chiefs 28, Jaguars 2
Defense, defense, defense. The Chiefs had a field day against the lowly Jags and Tamba Hali is loving it. His interception return for a touchdown is a good example of how KC just had its way on Sunday.
Lions 34, Vikings 24
See Reggie Bush run. Detroit's big offseason acquisition compiled 191 total yards and scored on this 77-yard run. Is it any surprise the Lions walked away winners on Sunday?
Dolphins 23, Browns 10
Poor Brandon Weeden. Throwing 3 interceptions in Week 1 at home would make me feel sad, too.
Rams 27, Cardinals 24
The Rams trailed by 11 heading into the fourth quarter and looked to be on their way to a loss, until Sam Bradford took over. He followed a touchdown pass to Jared Cook (2 TDs of his own) with this 2-point conversion run that put St. Louis on the comeback trail. The Rams ended up getting the win.
Titans 16, Steelers 9
The Steelers managed just 195 yards of offense? Really? Offensive coordinator Todd Haley has to change something.
Cowboys 36, Giants 31
Tony Romo took a hard hit right before halftime but wouldn't let that slow him down. The Cowboys star sucked it up and took the field in the second half, willing Big D to victory. Head coach Jason Garrett has every reason to pat his quarterback on the back.
49ers 34, Packers 28
One thing that stuck out for the 49ers was how much fun they seemed to be having just being on the field. It never let up all game.
Colts 21, Raiders 17
Indy was in danger of dropping its home opener, until Andrew Luck saved the day (and completed his eighth career comeback win) with this touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Bears 24, Bengals 21
The Bears were trailing in the fourth quarter, when Tim Jenning knocked the ball loose from Mohamed Sanu and recovered the fumble. Jay Cutler would go on to connect with Brandon Marshall for the go-ahead touchdown and get Chicago the win.
Jets 18, Buccaneers 17
This is Geno Smith's world and we're just living in it.
Seahawks 12, Panthers 7
The Seahawks were in danger of dropping one on the road until Jermaine Kearse pulled down this 43-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson. That's clutch.
Saints 23, Falcons 17
The band is back together. Head coach Sean Payton and new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan are free to celebrate with the guys after watching Roman Harper come down with an interception in end zone to seal the win over a hated division rival.