(PHOTO) Baltimore Ravens' Haloti Ngata (92) gets a hug from teammate Adalius Thomas (96) after intercepting a pass from Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Chris Simms during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 10, 2006, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
The play set up a field goal that helped give the Ravens a 27-9 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Buc's punter Josh Bidwell had eight punts averaging 46.5 yards with a long 59 and three inside the 20. Linebacker Wesly Mallard was on the Tampa Bay participation list.
Ngata's teammate, wide receiver Demetius Williams had a catch for nine yards.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Joey Harrington did not play and his team lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 28-17.
Harrington's old team, the Detroit Lions, lost 9-6 to the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle's Maurice Morris had three carries for 23 yards and caught one pass for six yards.
Wide receiver Samie Parker had two catches for 24 yards but his team, the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-10.
While he made his was back to the Philadelphia Eagles, quarterback A.J. Feeley was listed as Not Active for the game with the Houston Texans. The Eagles won anyway, 24-10.
The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Dallas Cowboys 24-17, and Jag's tight end George Wrighster had three catches for 20 yards.
Reuben Droughns had 11 carries for 27 yards for the Cleveland Browns in the 19-14 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Safety Keith Lewis had two tackles and offensive lineman Adam Snyder played for the San Francisco 49ers against the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals won, 34-27.
The New York Jets and the Tennessee Titans got together. Titan's Peter Sirmon had four tackles and an assisted tackle. Jets' back up quarterback Kellen Clemens was on the Not Active list. The Jets won the game, 23-16.
In the final game of Week 1, defensive end Igor Olshansky started for the San Diego Chargers in their win over the Oakland Raiders, 27-0.
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