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Week One NFL Scoreboard

Dallas - 34
Tampa Bay - 21

Tony Romo threw for 353 yards and three long touchdowns, helping the Cowboys ruin the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' debut under coach Raheem Morris.

Denver - 12
Cincinnati - 7

Brandon Stokely caught a tipped pass and turned it into an 87-yard touchdown with 11 seconds left to lift Denver past Cincinnati.

New Orleans - 45
Detroit - 27

Drew Brees came out firing to open the NFL season, while the Lions came up empty again. Brees tied a Saints record with six touchdown passes and threw for 358 yards. The Lions extended their regular-season losing streak to 18.

Indianapolis - 14
Jacksonville - 12

Reggie Wayne had 10 catches for 162 yards and a touchdown for Indianapolis.

Baltimore - 38
Kansas City - 24

Joe Flacco threw for 307 yards and three touchdowns to lead Baltimore.

Atlanta - 19
Miami - 7

Minnesota - 34
Cleveland - 20

Brett Favre threw his 464th career NFL touchdown to Minnesota rookie wide receiver Percy Harvin in his first game as Vikings quarterback in the win over Cleveland. Adrian Peterson led the Vikings' rushing attack with 180 yards and three touchdowns.

New York Jets - 24
Houston - 7

Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez threw for 272 yards and a touchdown in his NFL debut.

Philadelphia - 38
Carolina - 10

Philadelphia coach Andy Reid is not ruling out quarterback Donovan McNabb's availability next Sunday against New Orleans despite the quarterback suffering a cracked rib in the Eagles' season-opening victory. Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme had a day to forget, throwing five interceptions.

San Francisco - 20
Arizona - 16

Shaun Hill directed a game-winning 15-play, 80-yard fourth-quarter touchdown drive. The loss was the Cardinals' first to an NFC West team in two seasons.

N-Y Giants - 23
Washington - 17


Buffalo at New England, 6:00 p.m.

San Diego at Oakland, 9:15 p.m.

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