The 2013 season on National Football League roared on Thursday opener with a bang in Mile High as Denver Broncos humiliated Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens in a 49-27 stunner.
The Broncos ride on brilliant performance ofby throwing seven touchdown in 462 yards enough to torched the flawed Ravens defense. Manning connected for two touchdown each on , Julius Thomas and Demaryius Thomas on piling up the most points scored on the Ravens' 18-year franchise history.
The question is who will follow the Manning-like performance as NFL live score coverage continue on 13-games scheduled on Sunday. At 1:00 pm ET New England Patriots takes on Buffalo Bills. E.J. Manuel has been named starter at quarterback for Buffalo while Pats TE Rob Gronkowski is listed as doubtful on game day.
Geno Smith will start for the New York Jets starting quarterback as they host Tampa Bay Buccaneers also at 1:00 pm action. Among week 1 matchup you won't miss will be Green Bay Packers as they visit San Francisco 49ers. Packers linebackerhas been pouting his mouth on how their defense will crush read-option quarterback .
Sunday night football will feature New York Giants against Dallas Cowboys. There are lots of expectation onteam to excel this season to at least make it in playoffs and it seems has enough pieces to do it.
The week 1 of the season will cap with two games schedule on Monday night football. At 6:55 pm, Philadelphia Eagles takes on Washington Redskins with Robert Grffin III is expected to start for the first time after his ACL injury early this year.
The Eagles players however made some noise late in the week whenand got into a shoving match at Eagles practice on Friday. Cooper's racial slurs stemming from a concert this summer are likely to haunt him for quite some time.
Then at 10:15 pm ET, Houston Texans will visit San Diego Chargers all two games live on ESPN.
Check this page later for 2013 NFL Week 1 live score Schedule, results, video highlights
Sunday Football, Sept 8
1:00 pm ET - New England vs Buffalo live on CBS
1:00 pm - Cincinnati vs Chicago, live on CBS
1:00 pm - Miami vs Cleveland, live on CBS
1:00 pm - Atlanta vs New Orleans, live on FOX
1:00 pm - Tampa Bay vs NY Jets, live on FOX
1:00 pm - Tennessee vs Pittsburgh , live on CBS
1:00 pm - Minnesota vs Detroit, live on FOX
1:00 pm - Oakland vs Indianapolis, live on CBS
1:00 pm - Seattle vs Carolina, live on FOX
1:00 pm - Kansas City vs Jacksonville, live on CBS
1:00 pm - Arizona vs St. Louis, live on FOX
4:25 pm - Green Bay vs San Francisco, live on FOX
8:30 pm NY Giants vs Dallas, live on NBC
Monday Night Football, Sept 9
6:55 pm - Philadelphia vs Washington, live on ESPN
10:15 pm - Houston vs San Diego, live on ESPN