NFL scores, Week 2: Packers roll past Redskins early, Broncos beat up Giants late

The Green Bay Packers rolled over the Redskins in Week 2, but seven of the nine early games came down to the wire. The Manning Bowl headlined the late afternoon schedule, where Peyton is got the better of brother Eli.

Aside from the Packers blowout of the Redskins, eight of the nine early games in Week 2 were within one score at the end. The afternoon games were a little slower ahead of a hard-hitting night cap in Seattle.

Here are all your scores from around the league:

Falcons 31, Rams24 (Complete coverage)
Ravens 14, Browns 6 (Complete coverage)
Packers, 38, Redskins 20 (Complete coverage)
Texans 30, Titans 24 (
Complete coverage)
Dolphins 24, Colts 20 (Complete coverage)
Chiefs 17, Cowboys 16 (Complete coverage)
Chargers 33, Eagles 30 (Complete coverage)
Bills 24, Panthers 23 (Complete coverage)
Bears 31, Vikings 30 (Complete coverage)
Cardinals 25, Lions 21 (Complete coverage)
Saints 10, Buccaneers 7 (Live coverage)
Raiders 19, Jaguars 9 (Complete coverage)
Broncos 41, Giants 23 (Complete coverage)
49ers 3 vs. Seahawks 29 (
Complete coverage)

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