CALAIS CAMPBELL, DE, Jaguars We're just going to assume the $60 million free agent's six-tackle, four-sack effort is the greatest debut in Jaguars history.
KARL JOSEPH, S, Raiders Standing only 5-10, he had nine tackles and made TD-saving plays back-to-back, the second a leap in the end zone to deflect a pass for Eric Decker.
GOLDEN TATE, WR, Lions Kenny Golladay will get the headlines with two TDs, but Tate was targeted 12 times, caught 10 passes for 107 yards and ran the ball twice too.
ANDY DALTON, QB, Bengals Lots of bad QB play Sunday — but the three-time Pro Powl pick might have been the worst, with four interceptions, a lost fumble and a 28.4 rating.
QUINTIN DEMPS, S, Bears
Austin Hooper was wide open on his 88-yard TD because of confusion by the defense; Demps caught up to Hooper, only to get stiff-armed out of existence.
MORGAN MOSES, RT, Redskins He was responsible for three of the five sacks on Kirk Cousins, the last a strip sack that led to a decisive fumble return touchdown.
GOING UP It wasn't a big day for running backs, but Marshawn Lynch didn't look rusty in his NFL return (19 touches, 92 yards). Too bad Oakland threw three times from the 2.
GOING DOWN Alshon Jeffery's first game with the Eagles did not indicate a return to his 2013 form is in order yet: three receptions for 38 yards on seven targets.
LOOKING AHEAD Are we going to have a starting QB change in Week 2? Hard to say in Houston, since the Texans have a short week, playing at Cincinnati on Thursday.