Buffalo: With career highs in both categories last year, safety Jordan Poyer was the only NFL player to register at least five interceptions and more than 90 tackles.
Houston: Deshaun Watson had 19 touch- down passes, including two against New England, in his first seven NFL games before tearing a knee ligament.
Indianapolis: Back in action after missing all of 2017 following shoulder surgery, Andrew Luck looks to extend his streak of 23 games with a touchdown pass.
Kansas City: Kareem Hunt won the NFL rushing title last year (1,327 yards) and his two best performances — 172 and 155 yards — came against the Chargers.
Miami: Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has missed the last 20 games because of knee injuries; he was 7-1 with a 100.1 passer rating in his eight most recent starts.
New England: Tom Brady passed for a season-high five touchdowns, including the game-winner with 23 seconds left, against Houston last season.
N.Y. Jets: At 21 years and 97 days, Sam Darnold will replace New England’s Drew Bledsoe as the youngest QB to start an opener in the Super Bowl era.
Oakland: Jon Gruden hasn’t coached the Raiders in a regular-season game since Jan. 6, 2002; the team had only two winning seasons during his absence.
Tennessee: Marcus Mariota will be the sixth quarterback in team history to start four straight openers. His 104.1 Week 1 passer rating is best among active players.