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Revis, New York’s All-Pro cornerback, left in the second quarter with a tight hamstring.

Packers 34, Bills 7

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) _ Clay Matthews had three sacks to lead Green Bay’s dominant defense and Aaron Rodgers threw for two TDs and scrambled for another. Rodgers threw for 255 yards, with touchdowns to Donald Driver and James Jones. He also ran 9 yards for a score.

Linebacker Brandon Chillar and rookie safety Morgan Burnett intercepted Trent Edwards and the Packers (2-0) held the Bills (0-2) to 186 yards of total offense.

Edwards was 11 of 18 for 102 yards.

Eagles 35, Lions 32

DETROIT (AP) _ Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes in the first half in his first start in four years, and Philadelphia (1-1) held off a late rally.

LeSean McCoy gave the Eagles an 18-point lead with his third score with 6:17 left. The Lions (0-2) pulled within three points and recovered an onside kick with 1:50 left, but turned the ball over on downs without gaining a yard.

Vick, starting for Kevin Kolb (concussion), missed two seasons while serving an 18-month sentence for his role in a dogfighting operation and played sparingly last year. He hit 21 of 34 passes for 284 yards, ran for 37 yards and avoided losses with spin moves and slick steps.

Bengals 15, Ravens 10

CINCINNATI (AP) _ Mike Nugent kicked a career-high five field goals, two of them in the closing minutes.

Cincinnati (1-1) won the division by going 6-0 for the first time in franchise history. Nugent extended the Bengals’ streak of division wins to a club-record eight.

The Ravens (1-1) couldn’t pull one out despite another brilliant day by their defense, which hasn’t allowed a touchdown in its past 10 quarters since the playoffs.

Chargers 38, Jaguars 13

SAN DIEGO (AP) _ Philip Rivers threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns and the Chargers (1-1) forced six turnovers by the Jaguars (1-1). Rookie running back Ryan Mathews hurt his right ankle in the second quarter and didn’t return. He also fumbled for the second straight game, one of San Diego’s three turnovers.

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