An amazing day of football was capped off last night with as interesting of a game as you could wish to see.
A lot of teams seemed to totally transform in the space of a week. The Cardinals and Texans to name just two.
There are a lot of questions that need answering in the coming weeks.
What is going on with the Ravens defense? Patriots offense? Matt Forte? Are the Jets and 49ers really that good?
But we're here to celebrate week two. And the winners are.....
Rushes: 16 Yards: 207 TDs: 2
Receptions: 5 Yards: 39
An amazing day for Gore as the 49ers beat the Seahawks at a canter. Shaun Hill is filling the role of caretaker of the offense brilliantly.
Gore is looking revitalized under Singletary's guidance and smashmouth philosophy. If this performance is anything to go by he should be even better than he was two seasons ago.
Talk about out of the blue. Odom had a grand total of three sacks last season. Three.
He took over the game and was constantly disruptive. Aaron Rodgers rarely had time to fully scan the field.
But Odom will know himself that one week is no good.
Saints 48 Eagles 22.
The best passing offense of the last three years just got better. Now, apparently, the Saints can run the ball. NFC defensive coordinators, repeat after me: Uh Oh!
They had 133 yards rushing against one of the best defenses in the league to go along with the usual 300+ yards from Drew Brees.
They did let Kevin Kolb throw for 391 yards but picked him off three times and stopped the Eagles when they had to.
Veteran Darren Sharper made two of those picks and returned one 97 yards for a touchdown.
New England Patriots 9 New York Jets 16.
Trash talking, game winning Rex Ryan is the early favorite for coach of the year.
He orchestrated an amazing defensive display restricting the Pats to 299 yards and Brady completed less than 50 percent of his passes. No touchdowns either. Amazing.
With Sanchez doing his job and no more at quarterback, the Jets are last years Ravens.
Browns 6 Broncos 27
The Browns could only muster 200 yards of total offense while giving up 449 to the supposedly lackluster Denver offense.
Brady Quinn is looking like Derek Anderson Version 2.0 and one offensive touchdown in 32 quarters says it all.
24 of 26 passes completed. 92.3 percent complections. New NFL record
Last week Warner was done. A lot of people thought that his hip was really bothering him and the 38-year-old arm couldn't do it anymore.
How wrong we were. Great poise, the usual zip and pinpoint accuracy were there as Arizona romped to an easy 31-17 victory.
10 catches 150 yards 1 TD.
Manningham's breakout game came in front of the biggest crowd in NFL history. This included a 22-yard juggled touchdown catch and a 49-yard catch off play action.
Manningham was consistently open and his performance couldn't have come at a better time with Hakeem Nicks sidelined.