The first Sunday of the NFL season is over and there was plenty of action to takeaway from the field.
Whether or not you missed it, or just want to take another look at some of the best plays, we have you covered. Here is a quick recap of all the action from the NFL's first Sunday:
Baltimore Goes 'Hollywood'
Baltimore Ravens rookie Marquise "Hollywood" Brown put on a show in his debut, scoring two touchdowns on four catches for 147 yards receiving. Lamar Jackson threw for 324 yards and five touchdowns and the Ravens laughed their way to a 59-10 rout of the Miami Dolphins.
Watkins Wows for KC
Kansas City Chiefs receiver Sammy Watkins had a monster day, hauling in nine catches for 198 yards and three touchdowns as the Chiefs showed they will again be a force in 2019 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The game, however, was overshadowed by injuries to Tyreek Hill — who will miss a few weeks — and Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles, who had a broken clavicle and will need surgery.
Eagles Get Blast from Past
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson is back in Philadelphia where his career started in 2008 and he has not missed a beat. The 32-year-old had eight catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score to help the Eagles rally from a 17-0 deficit and defeat the Washington Redskins, 32-27.
Rams Survive McCaffrey and Co.
The Los Angeles Rams had no answer for Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, who had 209 total yards receiving and rushing, including two touchdowns, but Sean McVay's offense was back in its right form after a Super Bowl dud, as the Rams put up 30 points to hold off the Panthers, 30-27.
Baker Bombs for Browns
Cleveland entered the 2019 season with high expectations, but the Browns delivered a stinker in the opener. Baker Mayfield was picked off three times by the Tennessee Titans defense and Marcus Mariota tossed three touchdowns en route to a 43-13 rout of the Browns in a Week 1 road victory.
Vikings Get Cookin' in Minnesota
Running back Dalvin Cook provided the offensive spark for the Minnesota Vikings, rushing for 111 yards and two touchdowns as the Vikings ran their way to a 28-12 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Jets Kick Away Game
The New York Jets had a 16-0 lead late in the third quarter, only to watch it disappear in the fourth as Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills rallied for a 17-16 victory. While there's blame to go around, Jets kicker Kaare Vedvik missed an extra point and field goal — the difference in the game.
Dak Dazzles for Dallas
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott may not be without a new contract for long. The 26-year-old threw for 405 yards and four touchdowns, finishing with a perfect passer rating of 158.3 as the Cowboys stomped on the Giants in a 35-17 rout.
Bolts Hold Off Colts
With Jacoby Brissett starting in place of the recently retired Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts put up an impressive fight against the Los Angeles Chargers, but Philip Rivers still has something left in the tank, tossing for 333 yards and three touchdowns in a 30-26 win.
Where There's A Wilson, There's a Way
The Cincinnati Bengals arrived in Seattle and QB Andy Dalton went off, throwing for 418 yards and two touchdowns. Somehow, that wasn't enough for the Bengals as Russell Wilson continues to find ways to win, throwing for two touchdown passes, including a go-ahead 48-yarder to Tyler Lockett late in the third quarter to lead the Seahawks to a 21-20 victory.
Pick Six Day in Tampa
The defense for both teams did most of the scoring in Tampa Bay, as Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston threw three interceptions, including two pick-sixes in a 31-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Jimmy Garappolo also tossed a pick-six, but limited his turnovers to just one to get the victory.
Arizona Cardinals rookie QB Kyler Murray did not look sharp in the first half of his debut, but the No. 1 overall draft pick rallied the team in the second half from a 20-3 deficit by throwing two touchdowns the fourth quarter to force overtime against the Detroit Lions. Unfortunately, there was no winner as both teams settled for field goals in OT for a 27-27 tie.
Patriots Reign Supreme
Does this team even need Antonio Brown? The New England Patriots lit up the scoreboard on Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 33-3 rout as they also celebrated their sixth Super Bowl championship.