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Aaron Rodgers had some competition from fearless rookie Christian Ponder. The defending champion Packers still kept their cool.
Monday, Oct. 24
The New England Patriots defense picked the perfect time to deliver its best effort of the season.
The Houston Texans think they are well-equipped for life without Andre Johnson.
Season openers are about new beginnings. In the Washington Redskins' case, that means — among other things — Rex Grossman starting in Week 1 for the first time since 2007, Barry Cofield swapping New York Giants blue for burgundy and gold and Josh Wilson (DeMatha, University of Maryland) re-establishing his local ties.
Mark Sanchez has heard the critics through his first two NFL seasons, the people who have said the New York Jets could have won the last two AFC championship games despite their young quarterback.
The New York Jets' offense still has a long way to go.
The Steelers were a team in flux a year ago, their star quarterback about to sit out a four-game suspension.
Plaxico Burress walked into the New York Giants' training facility a few weeks ago and saw a familiar face.