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The first week of the 2012 regular season is in the books. Now we can start to look forward to week two. Then week 3. Then week 4. Then...well you get the point.

How'd everyone do in fantasy. I lost and none of my guess did anything good.

Anyway, it's time for our weekly look at what the rest of the NFL Blogs around SB Nation are discussing this week. By the way, I totally recommend that you read the Washington Redskins post. Hilarious!

Here's the rundown:


New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit)

The Lionhearted Logan Mankins - Pats Pulpit
What heroics, we thought, when a hobbled Logan Mankins was set to return for the postseason just weeks after spraining his MCL in his left knee sometime during the Dolphins, Part Deux.

New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation)

CB Darrelle Revis Diagnosed With Concussion - Gang Green Nation
Well, this is easily the biggest damper on the amazing game annihilation this past Sunday.

Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings)

Buffalo Bills' Fred Jackson To Miss At Least Three Weeks - Buffalo Rumblings
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson will likely miss at least three weeks - but could be out as long as two months - after MRI results were inconclusive on his injured right knee on Monday.


Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown)

Baltimore Ravens Shell The Cincinnati Bengals 44-13 - Cincy Jungle
The Cincinnati Bengals were crushed by Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens offense

Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain)

Former Steelers Offensive Linemen Trai Essex Signs With Colts - Behind the Steel Curtain
Former Steelers offensive lineman Trai Essex signs with the Colts.

Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle)

Baltimore Ravens Shell The Cincinnati Bengals 44-13 - Cincy Jungle
The Cincinnati Bengals were crushed by Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens offense

Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs By Nature)

Analyzing the Snap Counts in Eagles vs. Browns (Offense) - Dawgs By Nature
Snap count data for the Cleveland Browns allows fans to answer questions like, "did Montario Hardesty even play on offense?" or "what happened to Jordan Cameron?" without having to pause and re-watch every play of the game.


Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog)

Hair Of The Dog: Where J.J. Watt Just Tipped My Heart (Dolphins v. Texans) - Battle Red Blog
Hair of the dog: A review of yesterday's Houston Texans' win over the Miami Dolphins.

Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles)

On "It's OK. The Patriots are the Best Team in the AFC" - Music City Miracles
Titans' fans should not just write this loss off because it was against the Patriots.

Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country)

Jaguars Release Brian Robiskie, Colin Cloherty - Big Cat Country
The Jacksonville Jaguars have released wide receiver Brian Robiskie and tight end Colin Cloherty on Monday evening, the team announced.

Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue)

Colts Made Right Move Going with Andrew Luck, No Matter What - Stampede Blue
The biggest story of the NFL offseason was the Peyton Manning situation. All eyes from around the league were watching what was going on with the legendary quarterback.


Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report)

Peyton Manning Gives Hope to Denver Broncos Fans in 2012 - Mile High Report
Over the past few years, the only constant has been the fans. Finally, Broncos fans are getting a payoff. The playoff win last season against the Steelers was fun, but this season holds much more promise with Peyton Manning at the helm.

San Diego Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue)

San Diego Chargers Defeat Oakland Raiders, 22-14 - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers move to 1-0 after a victory on Monday Night Football.

Oakland Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride)

Darren McFadden most of Raiders offensive gameplan in opener - Silver And Black Pride
Darren McFadden has more plays called for him than the rest of his teammates combined. And it's not a good thing.

Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride)

Falcons Vs. Chiefs: The Best And The Worst - Arrowhead Pride
The best and the worst from the Falcons-Chiefs game.


New York Giants (via Big Blue View)

David Wilson And Doug Martin: Comparisons Are Inevitable - Big Blue View
Going back to our coverage here at Big Blue View leading up to the the 2012 NFL Draft there was a lot of speculation that if the New York Giants were to take a running back with the 32nd overall pick of the first round Doug Martin of Boise State would be the perfect candidate. To be fair, we also did spend some time talking about David Wilson.

Philadelphia Eagles (via Bleeding Green Nation)

The Linc - Jeremy Maclin Ailing After Week 1 - Bleeding Green Nation
Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered a hip pointer in Week 1 and also has a hip flexor strain. No word on whether or not he will play next week against the Ravens.

Dallas Cowboys (via Blogging the Boys)

Miles Austin, Dez Bryant, And Kevin Ogletree: A Look At Their Combined Performance In Week One - Blogging The Boys
Everyone was impressed by the breakout performance of the Dallas Cowboys' Kevin Ogletree against the New York Giants. But don't forget that Miles Austin and Dez Bryant were getting the job done, too.

Washington Redskins (via Hogs Haven)

Recapping the Redskins Saints Game with 'The Office' Animated Gifs - Hogs Haven
The highs and lows of the Redskins win over the Saints animated by the 'The Office' TV show.


Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company)

Around the NFC North: Week 1 in Review - Acme Packing Company
APC looks at the week one games around the NFC North to examine the performances of the Packers' division rivals.

Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit)

GIF: Matthew Stafford Completes Pass To Himself - Pride Of Detroit
Lions QB Matthew Stafford completed a pass to himself during Sunday's game.

Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron)

Bears fans haven't seen offense like that since...ever - Windy City Gridiron
Bears fans need to learn how to behave with good offensive football.

Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman)

Confidence in the Comeback - Daily Norseman
The Minnesota Vikings' overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars might have been ugly, but it gave the youthful Vikings a boost of confidence as they found ways to fight past mistakes and come away with a win.


New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles)

Saints vs. Redskins: What Happened? - Canal Street Chronicles
A recap of the Saints 40-32 loss to the Redskins Sunday afternoon.

Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic)

Breaking Down the Grimes Injury - The Falcoholic
Any way you slice it, this hurts. It just does - there's no getting past that. It's like having your pet gerbil die. Sure, Fuzzy was a great companion, but at a certain point, if you keep talking about him, people are going to start wondering about you.

Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader)

Panthers Shrug Off Opening Game Loss to Bucs; Vow Lessons Learned - Cat Scratch Reader
A look at some post game quotes from the Panthers and the lessons learned in their season opening loss to the Bucs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation)

Panthers - Buccaneers Game Ball: Gerald McCoy - Bucs Nation
The Game Ball goes to Gerald McCoy for his dominant performance on Sunday.


San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation)

Aaron Rodgers Will Wear Alex Smith Jersey....Just Not Yet - Niners Nation
We provide an update on the reported wager between Aaron Rodgers and Boyz II Men, featuring Rodgers in an Alex Smith jersey.

Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds)

John Skelton Has Low Ankle Sprain, What Does That Mean? - Revenge of the Birds
Some insight into the type of ankle injury that John Skelton suffered on Sunday.

Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)

Seahawks Injury Update: Russell Okung Reportedly Has Bone Bruise, Charly Martin Bruised Lung - Field Gulls
Russell Okung, who limped out of yesterday's game in the fourth quarter with an undisclosed knee injury, reportedly has escaped major damage and only suffered a bone bruise, reports Jason La Canfora.

St. Louis Rams (via Turf Show Times)

The NFL Is Really Sorry About That Whole Rams-Lions Clock Goof - Turf Show Times
Hey Rams fans, cheer up. Your team won a moral victory on Sunday, taking the Detroit Lions down to the last 10 seconds of play where they scored a winning touchdown.