ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos might not have to wait long to see if Chris Clark is worth every penny of the two-year contract extension he signed Monday - he could be protecting Peyton Manning's blindside this weekend.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Eli Manning didn't come out and say the New York Giants are facing a must-win game heading into the third week.
Some thoughts and some numbers regarding Week 2 of the 2013 season and entering Monday night's game…
(Reuters) - Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers sliced up the Washington Redskins' defense while new dad Joe Flacco led the reigning Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens to a hard-fought win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Rodgers soared to a career-high 480 yards passing and four touchdowns and running back James Starks added 132 yards and a touchdown rushing as the Packers dominated the visiting Redskins 38-20, leading 31-0 at one point. "I didn't feel great before the game," Rodgers told reporters. ...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Surrounded by five Giants greats, Bill Parcells was given his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring at halftime of Sunday's game between the Denver Broncos and New York.
COMMENTARY | The Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs enter Sunday's matchup having opened the season in Week 1 with as divergent of victories as possible. While each team will offer a unique challenge compared to the New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars, respectively, the expectation is that this game will be very competitive.
Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey is out for this Sunday's game against the New York Giants with a left foot injury.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Peyton Manning loves Eli's game, and not just because he's his little brother.
Here at Shutdown Corner, we want to help. So once a week, we'll go in and examine a team coming off a bad week, bad month, maybe a bad decade (you're in luck, Cleveland), and see what fixes can be made to turn around the season. So step aside, we've got this. First up, the New York Giants. We're not panicking on the Giants. After all, some of us around here picked them to win the NFC East . It's just one loss. And anytime you turn the ball over six times on the road and somehow still have a chance to win, as they did against Dallas on Sunday night, you're not a lost cause. That doesn't mean there aren't some adjustments to be made. Why do the Giants always do this? They have a coach in Tom Coughlin who might go to the Hall of Fame someday, a good roster and a championship pedigree. Yet every year there are a game or four from the Giants that make you wonder if they're tanking for a better draft pick. A good team shouldn't be so inconsistent or sloppy, but here we are. So let's see what can be done.
One game into the NFL season, time for the real fantasy tinkering to begin. But as you're looking at a single win, loss or tie in your standings column, know that your team probably isn't overwhelmingly strong or weak.

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