It's Week 2 of the NFL season and already there are some big story lines.
There's a list of injuries that could be key to their respective teams if the weeks go on, especially if the injuries are serious.
Michael Turner heads our list, but we'll go through his impact and nine other injuries that will affect their respective teams.
Here are your top 10 injuries for Week 2 of the NFL season.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Tavares Gooden had to be helped off the field with what looked to be a shoulder injury.
Jake Delhomme was listed as out for today's game with an ankle injury. No telling how long that injury is going to keep him out.
Matthew Stafford was listed as out for this week after separating a throwing shoulder and did not practice this week.
No timetable for his return.
Bob Sanders underwent surgery to repair a torn tendon in his biceps. He will miss 9-12 weeks, which is a big blow to the Colts' defense.
Michael Turner suffered a groin injury this afternoon against the Cardinals.
He was cleared to return to the game, but the coaches elected to keep him on the sidelines with the game well in hand.
Jonathan Fanene did not play today for the Bengals due to a hamstring injury.
The defensive end registered 34 tackles and six sacks last season. The Bengals will need him back.
After all this time holding out and for the Jets to lose Derrelle Revis has to be tough. The cornerback left the game against the Patriots due to a hamstring injury.
No word on the severity.
Losing Ryan Grant for the season is a huge injury for the Packers, though they didn't need him much today.
He was a big part of their running game, and it may force more pressure onto the shoulders of Aaron Rodgers.
Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder was listed as out for their game today against the Minnesota Vikings with a groin injury. There's talk that he could go on injured reserve.
Crowder finished the 2008 season with 116 tackles but just 51 last season.
Percy Harvin left Sunday's game against the Dolphins with a hip injury but did eventually return. The Vikings and Brett Favre definitely need him in the lineup.
Might be something to watch during practice this week.