Arizona: QB John Skelton, sprained ankle
Atlanta: CB Brent Grimes, strained calf
Buffalo: RB Fred Jackson, sore leg; WR David Nelson, strained knee
Chicago: CB Charles Tillman, sore leg
Cleveland: CB Sheldon Brown, sore shoulder
Houston: LB Tim Dobbins, neck injury
Indianapolis: DE Dwight Freeney, sprained ankle; OT Winston Justice, concussion
Jacksonville: RB Rashad Jennings, bruised knee; G Uche Nwaneri, sore leg
Miami: RB Daniel Thomas, head injury
New Orleans: WR Devery Henderson, head injury; LB Scott Shanle, sore leg
NY Jets: CB Darrelle Revis, head injury; LB Bryan Thomas, sore hamstring
St. Louis: OT Rodger Saffold, sore neck; C Scott Wells, strained foot
Tennessee: QB Jake Locker, sore shoulder; LB Colin McCarthy, sore ankle
Washington: WR Pierre Garcon, sore foot; S Jordan Bernstine, strained knee
■ Adrian Peterson passed Robert Smith as the Vikings’ career rushing leader with 6,836 yards.
■ Eagles kicker Alex Henery converted his 17th straight field goal attempt to tie David Akers’s team record, but then missed from 45 yards.
■ Jeremy Kerley’s punt return was the Jets’ first for a score since Santana Moss in the 2004 playoffs at Pittsburgh, ending the NFL’s longest drought.
■ The Redskins’ 40 points were their most under Mike Shanahan, who took over as coach in 2010.
■ The Vikings failed to sell out a home game for the first time since 1998.
■ The Browns are 1-13 in season openers since 1999.
■ The Browns are just the third team since 1970 to start a rookie QB, RB, and WR. Houston (2002) and New Orleans (1971) are the others.
■ Shannon Eastin became the first woman to be an official in an NFL regular-season game, working as the line judge in the Rams-Lions matchup. Eastin, 42, who is originally from Worcester, has worked as a referee in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (Football Championship Subdivision) and has 16 years of officiating experience.
Cincinnati at Baltimore
When, where: 7 p.m., at M&T Bank Stadium.
Line: Ravens by 7.
Last year: Ravens won, 31-24, in Week 11 and 24-16 in Week 17.
Of note: One team has swept the season series in four of the last five seasons so perhaps this one is worth two wins. In eight career games against the Bengals, Baltimore’s Ray Rice has 966 yards from scrimmage.
San Diego at Oakland
When, where: 10:15 p.m., at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
Line: Raiders by 1.
Last year: Raiders won, 24-17, in Week 10; Chargers won, 38-26, in Week 17.
Of note: Oakland had two of the three highest yardage totals against San Diego last season, with Carson Palmer completing 58 percent of his passes for 716 yards and four TDs. Philip Rivers had five TD throws vs. the Raiders.