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Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/14: AFC West rivals sweep season openers

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The Raiders start off in the cellar, which is where they belong after their terrible opener.

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Broncos Ravens final score: Peyton Manning throws zero TDs, but Broncos win 19-13 - Mile High Report
The Broncos and Ravens exchange pick-six interceptions, and Peyton Manning is sacked four times. But Brandon McManus nails four field goals to give the Broncos a 19-13 victory.

Broncos Ravens reactions: Denver's dominant defense deserves all the credit - Mile High Report
The opening game of the 2015 season was one for the ages. It wasn't pretty, but a magnificent performance by the Denver Broncos defense helped propel them to a 19-13 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

San Diego Chargers

Chargers-Lion final score: San Diego wins 33-28 after largest home comeback in history - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers scored 30 unanswered points against the Detroit Lions and notched the largest comeback win at home in team history. Unfortunately, they also lost a few important players to injury.

Injury Update: San Diego Chargers G/T D.J. Fluker out 4-6 weeks with high ankle sprain - Bolts From The Blue
D.J. Fluker suffered a high ankle sprain in the season opener yesterday against the lions and will be out at least 4-6 weeks.

Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs-Texans final score: What we learned as Travis Kelce, Alex Smith, Justin Houston help KC to 27-20 win - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs are now 1-0 on the season with their

Kansas City Chiefs are tough to beat when they play like this - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs won the turnover battle, 2-0.

NFL

What happened in the NFL on Sunday, Week 1: 4 things to know - SBNation.com
Start here. Be the smartest football fan in the office on Monday.

Marcus Mariota’s Strong N.F.L. Debut Answers the Skeptics - The New York Times
Mariota of the Titans had perhaps the greatest statistical performance by a rookie quarterback in his first game in N.F.L. history.