Week 1 of NFL continues Sunday with an action-packed blocking vehicle, featuring the must-have NFC North game between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings.
Here are the top plays from Sunday’s action.
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)
New York Giants in Tennessee Titans (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)
Kansas City Chiefs at the Arizona Cardinals (4:25 p.m. ET, CBS)
Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers (4:25 p.m. ET, CBS)
Rain, rain, go
Weather has been a concern in Chicago, as all but the pitch was soaked before the game started.
It didn’t take long for the 49ers’ defense to turn into midfield, when Samson Ebukam was sacked at Fields.
Deebo is In for six!
Deebo Samuel hit the barrel on a 6-yard touchdown that put the 49ers up 7-0.
Areas connected with Pettis
Dante Pettis received a pass from Fields on touchdown at 51 yards, sending the Bears to the board.
Equanimous St. Brown managed an 18-yard pass from Fields for a touchdown after driving 10 times, 83 yards.
Lance throws INT
Eddie Jackson blocks Trey Lance’s intended pass.
Chicago Open leads
Khalil Herbert does it in a three-yard touchdown, giving the Bears a 19-10 lead.
Winston talking to Manning
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New Orleans strikes first
Saints midfielder Taysom Hill rushed 11 meters to score the home team’s first goal of the day after a 77-meter drive.
ATL leads by two points
After encountering Cordarelle Patterson in the second quarter, Marcus Mariota scored his first encounter as the Falcon on a two-yard run, giving Atlanta a 23-10 lead in the third half.
Family is First
Carson Wentz was a beginner in Washington, and he checked in with his lucky charm before the game.
The commanders went into the final zone first after a 4-yard touchdown pass from Wentz to Curtis Samuel.
Wentz connected with Dotson
Dotson scored the first encounter of his career in a seven-yard welcome of Carson Wentz.
Robinson scores for Jags
James Robinson dashed for 11 meters, putting Jags up eight bones in the fourth round.
Wentz makes it fun
Carson Wentz connected with Tommy McLaurin in 49 yards to put the Commander within two points, but the two-point switch failed.
Baker Mayfield is back in Cleveland. This can get spicy.
Mayfield throws pick
Grant Delpit saves Mayfield’s deep throw, over the 38m line of Carolina.
Browns on the board
Kareem Hunt received a pass from Jacoby Brissett on a touchdown from close to 1m.
Cleveland up two points
Hunt made his second touchdown of the afternoon at 24 yards, covering eight plays, 78 yards.
Miles Garrett reintroduces himself to Mayfield
Baker stepped back to pass, Garrett was there quickly to reintroduce himself to his old QB.
Mayfield’s answer, the score against his old team
Mayfield gives the Panthers in a score with a seven-meter dash against his former team.
Mayfield makes it fun!
Mayfield made it interesting in the second half of the fourth half after hooking up Robbie Anderson for a 765-yard touchdown pass that cut Cleveland’s lead to 23-21.
Cade York won it for Cleveland
After the Panthers’ on-field goal put them three goals ahead late in the fourth inning, the Browns’ first on-court goal from rookie Cade York was the final game of the game at 58 yards. The Browns win.
The methodical march
The Lions scored first, courtesy of Jamaal Williams’ 1-yard run to overtake a 9-play, 75-yard, 4:45 hit.
Philly on the board
Jalen Hurts scored in a one-yard run after driving 13 82-yard plays.
Sanders in six!
Miles Sanders won it for a touchdown on a one-yard touchdown run, helping Philly take control of the game in the second half, 14-7.
Pick-six for Philly!
Joining the onslaught was James Bradberry, who intercepted a Goff pass and returned it 27 yards for Philly’s point. The Eagles lead 21-7.
Lions ‘D’Andre Swift scored in a seven-foot touchdown, dragging them in Philly’s touchdown.
Pittsburgh got on the board early when Minkah Fitzpatrick knocked out Joe Burrow and scored.
Dig groping burrows!
Burrow failed to observe his blind and lost the ball as he tried to find the pass after being hit by Cam Heyward.
Hang with INT number 2
Burrow went on to get off to a rough start when TJ Watt blocked one of his intended passes. This is Cincy’s third revenue in half a year.
Steelers score again
Mitchell Trubisky hit Najee Harris on a two-yard touchdown pass after Watt’s interception.
Cave with his first TD pass of the season
Joe Burrow tossed a two-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd on Cincy’s first touch of the afternoon.
Matt Ryan throws INT
Matt Ryan stepped back to pass and threw the ball right into Jerry Hughes’s hand.
Houston on the first board
OJ Howard made his career first encounter in a 16-yard touchdown reception from Davis Mills.
Play big in half!
The Houston Texans hit a flash from Mills to Brandon Cooks for a 42-yard reception.
Matty Ryan tie it up!
Matt Ryan caught up with Michael Pittman Jr on a 15-yard pass, ending the game in the 20th minute with 1:54 left.
Mac Jones fumbles
The Miami Dolphins scored their first goal on a Mac Jones strip-six.
Jaylen Waddle made a 42-yard pass from Tua Tagovailoa to Crimson Tide’s former relationship, pushing Miami to 17 in the first half.
Patriots answer in third
New England responded in the grandest way to start the second half, capitalizing on a 15-minute, 92-yard play that took up the first 8:21 of the third with a six-yard pass from Jones to Ty Montgomery.
Jackson scored first!
Devin Duvernay picked up a pass from Lamar Jackson on a 25-yard touchdown and his first goal of the season.
Jackson is heating up!
The Jackson-Duvernay connection continued, as they connected in a 17-yard touchdown that gave Baltimore a 17-3 lead in the third round.
A trio for Jackson
Five minutes after his final touchdown pass, Jackson connected with Rashod Bateman for 55 yards, extending Baltimore’s lead to 21 points.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Dallas Cowboys (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC)
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