Here's a look at all the games:
Green Bay Packers vs. Cleveland Browns: This is our first chance to see the Packers since they were beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2011 Super Bowl. The Browns, meanwhile, are continuing in the Mike Holmgren transition with QB Colt McCoy and new first round pick DT Phil Taylor.
Buffalo Bills vs. Chicago Bears: We won't be seeing WR Lee Evans in this game as he was just traded from Buffalo to Baltimore but we will see WR Roy Williams, who joined the Bears this offseason. Chicago will enter the field with QB Jay Cutler and his performances are always interesting one way or the other.
Indianapolis Colts vs. St. Louis Rams: This is an interesting game -- the league's best quarterback against the league's best up-and-coming quarterback, otherwise known as QB Peyton Manning vs. QB Sam Bradford. Unfortunately, Manning won't be playing but, like QB Tom Brady, I'm sure we'll get plenty of TV shots of him standing around on the sidelines.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Tennessee Titans: The battle of the rookie quarterbacks right here. The Vikings selected QB Christian Ponder with the 12th pick in the first round and the Titans selected QB Jake Locker with the eighth overall pick. The real story tonight is breaking in QB Matt Hasselbeck to the Titans because, in the short-term, he's their answer.
New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton in the house. Clearly, the focus of this game will be the Panthers No. 1 pick and his performance against the Giants. After that, we'll all over-react and predict a Hall of Fame career or declare him a bust. That's just life with a No. 1 pick. Unfortunately for Cam, the Giants are very good and very deep along the defensive line.