Top takeaways from Sunday's Week 1 NFL action

The first Sunday of NFL regular season action is in the books. And a whole heck of a lot happened. It started with a surprisingly good game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and long downtrodden Cleveland Browns in the AFC North. While Cleveland would drop a close affair, it proved that the team is much more competitive than last season.
Speaking of proving something, the Jaguars went into Houston and absolutely laid it to the defending AFC South champion Texans in every way. Jacksonville’s defense recorded 10 sacks and its offense showed a new wrinkle with rookie running back Leonard Fournette.
Over in the NFC, most of the talk was about the Sunday Night Football Game between the Cowboys and Giants in Dallas. While that game might not have lived up to its billing, Chicago gave the defending conference champion Falcons a run for their money. Meanwhile, Green Bay’s defensive line absolutely dominated a weak Seattle offensive line in an impressive home win. These are among the top takeaways from Sunday’s We
Source: Detroit Lions News

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