There's a lot to take in after the first full slate of games to start the 2019 season, and we still have two matchups left Monday night.
Will injuries continue to dominate the headlines, or will Antonio Brown bubble back up to further spoil the Raiders' season opener?
Three things that matter
Jaguars acquire Joshua Dobbs from Steelers
It's a temporary solution since coach Doug Marrone told reporters he expects Nick Foles to return later this season. The veteran quarterback suffered a broken left collarbone in the first quarter against the Chiefs and underwent surgery Monday, so he's not expected back until November.
In the meantime, Dobbs will compete for playing time with Gardner Minshew, who was sharp as he filled in for Foles in the opener. The 2019 sixth-round pick completed 22 of 25 attempts for 275 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.
Derrius Guice dealing with knee injury
Redskins coach Jay Gruden confirmed the running back suffered a right knee injury Sunday and is in jeopardy of missing time, though the team will await the results of his Monday MRI exam before determining his availability for Week 2 against the Cowboys.
Should Guice be sidelined, Adrian Peterson could see an increase in his workload. The 13-year veteran, who was a healthy scratch Sunday, led the Redskins in rushing last season after Guice missed his rookie year with the torn ACL.
Devin Funchess headed for injured reserve
As if Andrew Luck's retirement wasn't difficult enough to overcome, the Colts now have to deal with the receiver's absence for the next few weeks after he suffered a broken collarbone in Sunday's overtime loss to the Chargers. Funchess, who signed a one-year deal with Indianapolis as a free agent this offseason, had three catches for 32 yards before exiting.
Colts coach Frank Reich confirmed Funchess underwent surgery and will go on IR, but left the door open for his return down the road this season.
"It's definitely not season-ending," Reich told reporters.
Two things that don't matter
Myles Jack unlikely to be suspended for stirring the pot
The Jaguars linebacker scuffled with Chiefs receivers Sammy Watkins and Demarcus Robinson midway through the second quarter of Sunday's chippy game and was ejected. Jack complicated things further by needing to be escorted off the field by coaches after learning he had been tossed.
While Jack blamed Watkins for instigating the incident, he took responsibility for his actions after the game.
"It’s a crazy and physical sport that we play and I just felt like that play was not a football play," Jack told reporters. "Looking back it was an idiotic move for me to do that because you do not get points for that. I’m a captain now and the team just extended me so I have to do better for me and my team."
Odell Beckham Jr. won't be fined for wearing $350K watch
While there's no NFL rule against jewelry, the Browns receiver did violate a rule prohibiting hard objects on the field. Fortunately for Beckham, the league will reportedly address the infraction with him and the team, though it's unlikely to escalate beyond that.
Odell is playing with a Richard Mille on.
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) September 8, 2019
The decision for Beckham to play a contact sport with nearly half a million dollars on his wrist is a bold flex, but a questionable one.
One video you have to see
Tom Brady is feeling good about 2019, and why shouldn't he? The Patriots started the season with a win over the AFC rival Steelers just hours after reportedly acquiring former Pittsburgh standout Antonio Brown following his release from Oakland.
Monday's tweet of the day
Two kickoffs remain in Week 1, but it's already Week 2 in Carolina.
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