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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson suffered right ankle injury
Russell Wilson suffered a right ankle injury during the Seattle Seahawks' 12-10 win over the Miami Dolphins, but the quarterback said he'll be fine to play in Week 2.

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks find a way to win ugly vs. Dolphins - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks will take the Week 1 victory against the Miami Dolphins, but they know they have plenty of work to do.

Seahawks, Pete Carroll tap into belief to pull out a harrowing victory over Dolphins | The Seattle Times
Once the cheering died on a perfectly glorious late summer Sunday at CenturyLink Field, though, the larger question could be whether it’s a good thing Seattle needed that sense of belief on this particular day.

Seahawks React To Last Minute Win Over Miami | Seattle Seahawks
Check out how the players reacted to their first regular season win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Seahawks Defense Played "Lights Out" in Season-Opening Win vs Miami | Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle defense was dominant for much of the Seahawks' Week 1 win over the Miami Dolphins.

WATCH: Seahawks vs Dolphins Highlights | Seattle Seahawks
Watch and listen to the highlights from the Seattle Seahawks week 1 game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Russell Wilson And Doug Baldwin Team Up To Do “Miraculous Things” On Game-Winning Drive | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks offense overcame a slow start in the season-opener, marching 75 yards for the game-winning touchdown against the Miami Dolphins.

Cassius Marsh “Was Ridiculous” In Seahawks Victory Over Dolphins | Seattle Seahawks
After an early miscue, Seahawks defensive end Cassius Marsh turned in one of the best games of his career.

Instant reaction: Seahawks beat Dolphins 12-10 | Seahawks Draft Blog
The power of believing and hanging tough!!!Thank you #12s! You were on fire today!!— Pete Carroll (@PeteCarroll) September 11, 2016 Where do you

Cowboys Struggle Across the Offense in Giants Loss | The MMQB with Peter King
In this year’s Cowboys-Giants opener, Dallas was simply outclassed at QB and unable to run the ball

2016 Fantasy Football Strategy: 10 waiver wire and trade targets after losing Keenan Allen - CBSSports.com

Keenan Allen's season-ending injury is terrible, but Fantasy owners must move forward. Here are some receivers to target off waivers and via trade.

NFL Week 1 Grades: Carson Wentz embarrasses Browns in NFL debut - CBSSports.com

We graded out every NFL team that played on Sunday in Week 1

Sorting the Sunday Pile: Winston and his weapons give Bucs a dangerous look - CBSSports.com

Here are all the Week 1 storylines you need to know in a Week 1 full of wild finishes

Wilson's late magic leads Seahawks past Dolphins - NFL.com

Russell Wilson led the Seattle Seahawks in a 12-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins, in spite of suffering an ankle injury in the third quarter. Here's what we learned.

Stafford outduels Luck in Lions' late win over Colts - NFL.com

Matthew Stafford and Andrew Luck went score for score in a quarterback duel in Indianapolis, but the Lions star had the last laugh in a 39-35 victory.

Jimmy Garoppolo leads Patriots to upset over Cardinals - NFL.com

Filling the shoes of a football legend isn't easy, but Jimmy Garoppolo handled his first start for the Patriots with the requisite composure and stability in New England's Sunday night win.

Thirty-nine things we learned from Week 1 - NFL.com

On the surface, the opening Sunday of the 2016 NFL season delivered a string of fantastic finishes. But one major theme emerged through the chaos: 2015 held serve. Here's what else we learned Sunday.

Five narratives that fell apart in Week 1 - NFL.com

Jimmy Garoppolo led the Patriots to a surprising victory over Arizona, dispelling a common narrative outside of New England. Gregg Rosenthal looks at other storylines that didn't hold up in Week 1.