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Anquan Boldin opened the 2013 season in playoff form against the Packers.
Anquan Boldin, A.J. Green, Demaryius Thomas and Vincent Jackson each had 150+ receiving yards in their respective season debuts. In Week 1, 17 players had days of 100+ receiving yards thus far. Two more games are on the schedule tonight.
Boldin finished with 13 receptions for 208 yards and a touchdown as the San Francisco 49ers rallied late to defeat the Green Bay Packers 34-28.
Broncos 49 – Ravens 27 – Peyton Manning may have stamped his claim as the greatest regular season quarterback ever.
Dolphins 23 – Browns 10 – Ryan Tannehill has more weapons this season and it showed in his 272 yard performance.
Lions 34 – Vikings 24 – Adrian Peterson’s first rush of the season went for a 78-yard score — the Vikings lone highlight. Reggie Bush had 4 receptions for 101 yards.
Colts 21 – Raiders 17 – Andrew Luck has eight fourth quarter comebacks already. His 19-yard scamper with 5:20 remaining gave the Colts the lead for good. Not a bad debut for Terrelle Pryor — who was 19-29 for 217 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed for 112 yards on 13 carries.
Chiefs 28 – Jaguars 2 – Andy Reid’s debut as coach of the Chiefs was a good one. Next weekend they host the Cowboys.
Jets 18 – Buccaneers 17 – Geno Smith isn’t half as bad as people claim he is. Yesterday will be one he and the Jets can grow on.
Saints 23 – Falcons 17 – The Saints Revenge Run opened in grand style yesterday. Drew Brees has 5,000+ passing yards in his sights once again.
Titans 16 – Steelers 9 – It was all down hill for the Steelers when center Maurkice Pouncey went down with a season-ending knee injury. The Titans new look defense tallied five sacks.
Bears 24 – Bengals 21 – The Bengals blew a 21-17 fourth quarter lead, ruining the 9 reception 162 yard and 2 touchdown effort by receiver A.J. Green. The Bears defense forced three turnovers.
Seahawks 12 – Panthers 7 – The Panthers defense did everything right before Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 43-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
Patriots 23 – Bills 21 – The Bills picked the right player in E.J. Manuel. It took a late Stephen Gostkowski field goal to give the Patriots the victory. Name a Pats receiver other than Danny Amendola.
Niners 34 – Packers 28 – The Niners threw the Packers defense a curve ball with their game planning. Anquan Boldin was stellar. Colin Kaepernick has Jim Harbaugh looking like a genius.
Rams 27 – Cardinals 24 – Carson Palmer looked good and Sam Bradford has found his man in tight end Jared Cook. The AFC West is going to be fun to watch.
Cowboys 36 – Giants 31 – We may not see Giants running back David Wilson for a couple of weeks after losing two fumbles. Dez Bryant’s ankle is a huge concern for the Cowboys. Victor Cruz is worth every dollar.
Tonight: Eagles at Redskins 7:10 pm, Chargers at Texans 10:20 pm