NFL Week 1: 3 Teams That Disappointed

Each week, we see some NFL teams disappoint immensely. Due to this, we will be starting a season-long series that goes over which teams underperformed during each week of the campaign. Let's, naturally, start with Week 1.

Green Bay Packers: Heading into Week 1's contest against the Minnesota Vikings, the Green Bay Packers were expected to win. Yet, they not only lost but did so in a rather embarrassing fashion. Led by Justin Jefferson's offensive explosion, the Vikings would defeat the Packers by a 23-7 final score. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, did not throw a single touchdown and threw an interception. Just an ugly start to the year for the Packers. 

Dallas Cowboys: Week 1 was a complete disaster for the Dallas Cowboys. They lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a 19-3 final score, and that was just a poor showing. With that, things got even worse with Dak Prescott's injury, as he will be out for the next 6-to-8 weeks due to thumb surgery. However, even when Prescott was healthy, he had a bad game, as evidenced by him completing only 14 passes out of 29 attempts (with an interception).

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Los Angeles Rams: The defending Super Bowl champs were completely outmatched by the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, falling by a 31-10 final score. Although the Bills are also viewed as legitimate contenders, losing by such a margin after winning the Super Bowl is certainly not what fans expected. Don't be surprised to see the Rams turns thing around in Week 2.

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