Week 1 Recap 

    Rams 30, Panthers 27

    Todd Gurley, RB: Gurley had 14 carries for 97 yards and a 4-yard reception for Los Angeles. He had 64 of his rushing yards in the fourth quarter. Gurley stands sixth in the NFL in rushing yards.

    Natrez Patrick, LB: The Rams rookie logged 19 special teams plays but did not have any stats.

    Elijah Holyfield, RB: Holyfield is a member of the Panthers’ practice squad.


    Bills 17, Jets 16

    Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie logged four plays on offense and three on special teams for the Bills, but he did not record any stats.

    Jordan Jenkins, LB: Jenkins recorded three tackles, including a sack, and forced a fumble for New York. One of Jenkins’ tackles resulted in a safety.


    Packers 10, Bears 3

    Leonard Floyd, LB: Floyd recorded two sacks among his four tackles for the Bears. Floyd’s sacks total is ranked third in the NFL.

    Riley Ridley, WR: The rookie was on the inactive list (coach’s decision) for Chicago.

    Roquan Smith, LB: Smith notched five tackles, including one for loss, for the Bears.

    Javon Wims, WR: Wims was targeted twice but did not have any catches for Chicago. He was on the field for 22 offensive plays.


    Chiefs 40, Jaguars 26

    Mecole Hardman, WR: The Kansas City rookie returned two kickoffs for 45 yards and had a fair catch on a punt. He was targeted just once as a receiver but was on the field for 53 of the team’s 68 offensive plays.

    Chris Conley, WR: Conley made his Jaguars debut with six catches for 97 yards and a touchdown. His receiving touchdown has him ranked 10th in the NFL.

    Abry Jones, DL: Jones had two tackles for Jacksonville.


    Titans 43, Browns 13

    Ben Jones, OL: Jones played all 61 snaps at center and helped the Titans roll up 339 total yards.

    D’Andre Walker, LB: Walker is on the Titans’ injured reserve list for the season.

    Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb rushed for 75 yards on 17 carries and added 10 yards on three receptions for the Browns.


    Chargers 30, Colts 24

    Thomas Davis, LB: Davis made his Chargers debut by leading the team with 14 tackles. That was the highest tackles total in the NFL in Week 1.

    Justin Houston, DE: Houston had four tackles, including a sack, in his first game with the Colts.


    Lions 27, Cardinals 27

    Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 27-of-45 for 385 yards and three touchdowns for the Lions. He also rushed three times for 22 yards. Stafford ranks third in the NFL after Week 1 in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and total yards.

    John Atkins, DL: Atkins is a member of the Lions’ practice squad.

    Isaac Nauta, TE: Nauta is on Detroit’s practice squad.

    Lamont Gaillard, OL: The rookie was on the Cardinals’ inactive list due to a knee injury.


    Patriots 33, Steelers 3

    David Andrews, C: Andrews is on the Patriots’ injured reserve list for the season.

    Sony Michel, RB: Michel had 14 yards on 15 carries for New England.

    Ben Watson, TE: Watson will miss the Patriots’ first four games due to suspension.

    Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn played all 70 snaps at left tackle and helped the Patriots accumulate 465 total yards.


    Ravens 59, Dolphins 10

    John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins recorded four tackles in his Miami debut.

    Reshad Jones, DB: Jones had five tackles for the Dolphins.

    Jonathan Ledbetter, DL: The Miami rookie had four tackles, including half a sack.


    Seahawks 21, Bengals 20

    Geno Atkins, DL: Atkins had two tackles and a quarterback hit for the Bengals.

    Cordy Glenn, OL: Glenn was on Cincinnati’s inactive list as he remains in concussion protocol.

    A.J. Green, WR: Green was on the Bengals’ inactive list due to an ankle injury.

    Shawn Williams, DB: Williams recorded four tackles for Cincinnati.


    Cowboys 35, Giants 17

    Deandre Baker, DB: The New York rookie posted two tackles.

    Lorenzo Carter, LB: Carter had two tackles and a quarterback hit, and he defended a pass for the Giants.

    Alec Ogletree, LB: Ogletree recorded six tackles and defended one pass for New York.


    Week 2 Schedule Involving Bulldogs

    (Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted)

​Buccaneers (0-1) at Panthers (0-1), Thursday; Cardinals (0-0-1) at Ravens (1-0); Colts (0-1) at Titans (1-0); Bills (1-0) at Giants (0-1); 49ers (1-0) at Bengals (0-1); Chargers (1-0) at Lions (0-0-1); Jaguars (1-0) at Texans (0-1); Patriots (1-0) at Dolphins (0-1); Chiefs (1-0) at Raiders (1-0); Saints (1-0) at Rams (1-0); Bears (0-1) at Broncos (0-1); and Browns (0-1) at Jets (0-1), Monday.