NFL Week 1: The Good, Bad and Ugly

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NFL Week 1: The Good, Bad and Ugly
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Robert Griffin III celebrates his first TD pass.

The opening weekend in the NFL started with a bang and produced many surprises. From the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants losing to a division rival to the five rookie quarterbacks that started for their teams, Week 1 provided plenty of twists and turns.

Of the five rookie quarterbacks that got the start, only one was victorious. The best quarterback statistically was not named Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees and the latter two both lost. Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson was held without a touchdown, and yet Week 1 saw the most points scored for an opening weekend in the NFL, ever.

The best thing is that football is back. Let’s take a look at some of the good, bad and ugly performances of Week 1 in the NFL.

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