Good Morning, Broncos fans! The 2014 NFL season picked up right where the prior one left off - with Seattle delivering a decisive blowout on national television.
This time, it was NFCN favorite Green Bay on the receiving end of the Seahawks' physicality, to the tune of a 36-16 outcome.
Russell Wilson, entering his third season, showed off a more divere offense and threw two touchdown passes.
Marshawn Lynch rushed for another two, and the versatile Percy Harvin added 110 yards from scrimmage.
Aaron Rodgers was held to 175 net passing yards and one score, and he never even bothered challenging Richard Sherman.
Packers running back Eddie Lacy suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter.
As well as the night went for Seattle, there are many reasons their season appears to be doomed.
Ben Garland's ankle injury will keep him out for at least two weeks.
Troy Renck retraces Sly Williams's remarkable path to pro football.
It may seem a bit much for these Broncos to talk about reviving the Orange Crush, but how else to reach such heights but by aiming high?
The Colts have a chance of getting starting center Khaled Holmes back, as he's practiced on a limited basis for two straight days.
Indy is expected to work out former Detroit running back Mikel Leshoure.
Per reports, the next drug policy might have spared Wes Welker and Josh Gordon from their current suspensions.
Oakland will pay $1.25M in back pay to settle the lawsuit brought against them by former cheerleaders.
The details of Alex Smith's contract suggest he'll be in Kansas City through at least the 2016 season (we'd earlier said it was a two-year deal).
Bill Barnwell could see the Broncos winning the AFCW even if Brock Osweiler is at the helm for the entire season.
Andrew Healy thinks Denver will again go 13-3, but sees them losing to Pittsburgh in the divisional round.