Elaine Thompson, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In Week 2 of the NFL, three separate quarterbacks —Aaron Rodgers, Michael Vick and Phillip Rivers — passed for more than 400 yards and threw no interceptions all on the same day, making it the first time in NFL history.
Needless to say, the second week of the NFL season was every bit as exciting as the first. With epic storylines at every corner, some games left fans on the edge of their couches, while others were more old-fashioned blowouts.
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