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National Football League: Week 1 Wrap Up

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 12:  Receiver Wes Welker #83 of the New England Patriots catcges a pass against defensive back Bennie Sapp #27 of the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on September 12, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
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Michael GibbonsCorrespondent IISeptember 13, 2011

Gibbs will be joined by special co-hosts Samatha Bunten and Bryan Yates as they break down all the action from Week 1 of the NFL season.

Which team was the most impressive? How do our Super Bowl picks look? Can the Colts win a game without Peyton Manning? Which teams need to worry already? Can Romo lead the Cowboys back to the playoffs? Is Rex Grossman going to drop the bad Rex nickname, and will the Giants offense be able to overcome the defensive injuries? What happened with the NFC South, which many experts say is the strongest division? Cam Newton impressed during his first start but lost, can he keep it up? The Packers & Saints put on a show during Thursday’s opener, could the two face off again with a Super Bowl bid on the line?

We will go game by game and give you our thoughts on each game and we will also touch on some fantasy football action as well. Who might be available on the waiver wire that can help your team.

Also what are our thoughts on all the 9/11 tributes as the NFL had 13 games going on the 10 year anniversary.

Finally, did ESPN make a mistake putting the Cubs-Mets game on Sunday night baseball instead of putting the Nationals-Astros game in the nation’s capital and Stephen Strasburg on the mound?

As always your phone calls are welcome

Make sure to follow Gibbs on Twitter @dachicagofan as will as visit the show’s website www.TheMGexperience.com for all his rants and raves off the air

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