>>Bears Bounce Back Against Niners
(Santa Clara, CA) -- The 49ers jumped out to a 17-0 lead, but it wasn't enough as the Bears stormed back for a 28-20 win in the opener at Levi's Stadium. Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall hooked up for three touchdowns. Cutler threw four total including the go-ahead score to tight end Martellus Bennett with 13:14 left in the fourth quarter. Rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller picked off Colin Kaepernick twice. Chicago bounced back from a Week One loss to the Bills and evened up its record at one. Kaepernick had three interceptions and lost a fumble. Frank Gore ran for 63 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown. The 49ers are also 1-and-1.
>>Packers Rally To Beat Jets
(Green Bay, WI) -- The Packers overcame a 21-3 second quarter deficit to pick up a 31-24 victory over the Jets from Lambeau Field. After an aborted snap opened the game for Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns while passing Bart Starr for second in franchise history for passing yards. Jordy Nelson caught nine passes for 209 yards and a score and Randall Cobb caught two TDs as Green Bay picked up its first victory of the season. Geno Smith tossed for 176 yards and a touchdown with a pick while also running for 26 yards and a score. Smith threw a game-tying touchdown to Jeremy Kerley in late in the game that was negated by a timeout called by Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. Eric Decker hauled in four balls for 63 yards and a TD before leaving in the second half with a hamstring injury. New York is 1-and-1.
>>Rams Rally Past Bucs
(Tampa, FL) -- Greg Zuerlein [[ ZER-line ]] nailed a go-ahead 38-yard field goal with 38 seconds left to lift the Rams past the Buccaneers 19-17 at Raymond James Stadium. Zuerlein made all four of his field goal attempts and Austin Davis finished 22-of-29 for 235 yards in his first career start. Zac Stacy had 71 yards on the ground and the lone touchdown for St. Louis, which bounced back from a 34-6 season-opening home loss to Minnesota. Bobby Rainey rumbled for 144 yards on 22 carries and quarterback Josh McCown had a pair of rushing scores for the Bucs, who have dropped two straight at home to begin the year. McCown was 16-of-21 for 179 yards and an interception in defeat.
Buffalo Bills 29, Miami Dolphins 10
Washington Redskins 41, Jacksonville Jaguars 10
Dallas Cowboys 26, Tennessee Titans 10
Arizona Cardinals 25, New York Giants 14
New England Patriots 30, Minnesota Vikings 7
Cleveland Browns 26, New Orleans Saints 24
Cincinnati Bengals 24, Atlanta Falcons 10
Carolina Panthers 24, Detroit Lions 7
San Diego Chargers 30, Seattle Seahawks 21
Houston Texans 30, Oakland Raiders 14
Denver Broncos 24, Kansas City Chiefs 17
>>Bears Lose Tillman To Triceps Injury
(Santa Clara, CA) -- The Bears win over the 49ers was tampered a bit with a tough break for one Chicago player. Cornerback Charles Tillman injured his right triceps and didn't return to the game. He had an injury in the same area the previous season that he wasn't able to return from. It occurred on a play in the third quarter. Tillman played in only eight games in 2013.
>>Rice To Appeal Indefinite Suspension
(Undated) -- Ray Rice is looking to get back into the NFL as soon as possible. Pro Football Talk reports the former Baltimore Ravens running back will appeal his indefinite suspension from the league on Monday. The appeal will be handled by the NFLPA and a lawyer obtained by Rice. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Rice last week after TMZ released a video of him knocking out his now-wife, Janay. The Ravens released him on that same day.
>>Redskins Lose RG3, Jackson To Injuries
(Landover, MD) -- The Washington Redskins are dealing with injuries to two of their biggest offensive stars. Quarterback Robert Griffin the Third suffered a dislocated ankle in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jaguars. He was replaced by Kirk Cousins. RG3 is expected to undergo more tests on Monday, but ESPN reports the injury could be season-ending. Washington also lost wide receiver DeSean Jackson during the game. He has been diagnosed with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder. Jackson will also have further tests done.
>>Chargers Rip On Richard Sherman
(San Diego, CA) -- After the Chargers win against the Seahawks on Sunday, a couple of San Diego's wide receivers had words for Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman. Keenan Allen said Sherman is a "normal guy" and "he's not really a shutdown corner." Allen caught five passes for 55 yards. The Stanford graduate responded on twitter saying "Lmao Exposed? .... Complete 3 passes 0 touchdowns 0 explosive passes.... These guys make me laugh." Sherman spent much of the offseason having a public feud with Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson over who was the best at the position in the NFL.
>>Eagles Clash With Colts On "MNF"
(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Philadelphia Eagles head to Indianapolis to take on the Colts on "Monday Night Football" at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Eagles are seeking a 2-and-0 start after rallying from a 17-0 halftime deficit against Jacksonville to beat the Jaguars 34-17 at home in Week One. After two fumbles and an interception in the first half, quarterback Nick Foles settled down to finish with 322 yards passing and two touchdowns in the win. Reigning NFL rushing champ LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles combined for 145 yards and a score on the ground. The Colts are 0-and-1 after opening the season with a 31-24 road loss at Denver. Indianapolis fell behind 24-0 in the second quarter before a frantic rally fell short. Andrew Luck completed 35-of-53 passes for 370 yards and two touchdowns for the Colts, but he was also picked off twice and sacked three times. Indianapolis managed just 54 yards rushing in the setback.