Eli Manning threw two TD passes and WR Domenik Hixon made a juggling TD catch to lead New York to a 28-16 victory over mistake-prone St. Louis on Monday night.
Rams RB Steven Jackson will not play in Monday night's game against the Giants because of an injured quad.
Rams observers are still scratching their heads over Steve Spagnuolo's decision to deactivate first-round pick Robert Quinn for the season opener, according to NFC Whispers.
When the smoke cleared from a Week One loss filled with injuries to key players, the Rams' CB corps seemed to have taken the most serious hit.
Rams CB Ron Bartell will miss the rest of the 2011 season with a fractured bone in his lower neck but plans to play in 2012.
In scripting the 15 most compelling story lines this week, we look at Matt Ryan and the Falcons' attempt to bounce back from a Week One drubbing.
It appears Rams QB Sam Bradford's injured finger suffered in Week One will not be a long-term problem. But starting CB Ron Bartell wasn't as lucky.
The Rams could be without some of their top players for the coming weeks after releasing a lengthy injury update on Monday.
Michael Vick rushed for 98 yards, LeSean McCoy scored twice and DeSean Jackson topped 100 yards receiving as the Eagles began their self-proclaimed Super Bowl drive with a 31-13 victory over the Rams on Sunday.
The Rams had a painful Week One, as multiple key players suffered injuries.
The Eagles ruled QB Vince Young and rookie OG Danny Watkins inactive for their Week One game against the Rams, while WR Steve Smith will be active.
The Cardinals, Chargers and Rams announced on Thursday they have avoided blackouts and that their Week One games will be shown on local TV.
Respondents to a PFW web poll asking, "Which team impressed you the most this preseason?" overwhelmingly selected the Lions.
In the inaugural edition of "The First Fifteen," we look at the 15 most compelling story lines as we enter Week One.
Second-year QB Sam Bradford has a new offensive coordinator in Josh McDaniels, but there's no reason to believe the pair won't have St. Louis' offense humming this season.