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Isaiah Wynn was among the big performers to open the NFL season.

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Carolina Panthers Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Week one of the NFL season has come and gone, and with it came some of our NFL Dawgs making big names for themselves.

Among the highlights...

In the 30-27 Rams win over the Panthers, Todd Gurley nearly got the century mark, gaining 97 yards, 64 in the fourth quarter.

Jordan Jenkins logged three tackles for the Jets in a 17-16 win for Buffalo.

Thursday night’s clash between the Packers and Bears may not have been a pretty offensive show, but Leonard Floyd and Roquan Smith shined, Floyd having two sacks and Smith having five tackles, one for a loss.

Oh and the Roquan is good at football.

Mecole Hardman was on the field early for the Chiefs in their 40-26 win over Jacksonville, returning two kicks and also being on the field for 53 of KC’s 68 offensive plays. For Jacksonville, Abry Jones had two tackles and Chris Conley had six catches for 97 yards and a touchdown.

In the Titans big 43-13 win over Cleveland, Ben Jones anchored the offensive line, helping it gain 339 yards. Nick Chubb rushed for 75 yards for the Browns in a losing effort.

Playing with a new team, Thomas Davis debuted in San Diego by leading the team with 14 tackles, the most of any player in week one. The Colts, who fell in the contest 30-24 to the Chargers, were helped by Justin Houston’s four tackles and one sack.

The Lions tied the Cardinals as Matthew Stafford was 27-of-45 for 385 yards and three touchdowns.

The Patriots won big over the Steelers as Isaiah Wynn played all 70 snaps at left tackle and Sony Michel had 14 yards on 15 carries.

It may have been a big loss for Miami, but three former Dawgs still got experience. John Jenkins had four tackles, Reshad Jones had five and Jonathan Ledbetter debuted with four tackles and a sack.

In a 21-20 loss to Seattle, the Bengals were helped by Geno Atkins’ two tackles and four by Shawn Williams.

Former Georgia players were active for the Giants despite at 35-17 loss to the Cowboys. Deandre Baker had two tackles in his debut, the same number as Lorenzo Carter, while Alec Ogletree had six tackles.

Go NFL Dawgs!