GREEN BAY, Wis. — Green Bay defensive lineman Mike Daniels’ strip sack of Russell Wilson deep in Seattle territory in the third quarter set up Ty Montgomery’s 6-yard touchdown run on the next play, sparking the Packers to a 17-9 win in their opener Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers was 28 of 42 for 311 yards and threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson to make it an eight-point game late in the third quarter.

Rodgers’ regular-season streak of passes without an interception ended at a career-high 251. The Seahawks’ defense, reinforced by the return of safety Earl Thomas, bottled up receivers from making many big plays and put plenty of pressure on Rodgers.

But the Packers started denting Seattle with runs and quick passes to Nelson, Randall Cobb and Montgomery in the second half, chewing up the clock in the process. Green Bay held the ball for 39 minutes.

RAMS 46, COLTS 9: Jared Goff passed for a career-high 306 yards and a touchdown in his first victory as an NFL starter, and Sean McVay won his debut as the youngest head coach in modern NFL history.

Los Angeles snapped a six-game skid at the Coliseum with its most impressive performance since returning from St. Louis last year.

The Rams’ defense excelled against Colts quarterback Scott Tolzien. Trumaine Johnson intercepted Tolzien’s first pass and returned it 39 yards for a touchdown, and Lamarcus Joyner returned another interception 29 yards for a score in the third quarter.

FALCONS 23, BEARS 17: Matt Ryan threw an 88-yard touchdown pass to Austin Hooper and led two fourth-quarter scoring drives as the NFC champions held on for a win at Chicago.

The Bears had a first down at the Atlanta 5 in the closing minute, but Mike Glennon’s pass to a lunging Josh Bellamy on first down hit off the receiver’s hands, and Jordan Howard dropped a simple catch at the 1 on second down.

After another incompletion, Glennon was sacked by Brooks Reed.

JAGUARS 29, TEXANS 7: Leonard Fournette ran for 100 yards and a touchdown in his NFL debut, and Jacksonville had 10 sacks and forced four turnovers in a win at Houston.

The Texans hoped to provide a boost to the area ravaged by Hurricane Harvey. Instead, Tom Savage struggled behind a porous line and was benched in favor of rookie Deshaun Watson at halftime with Houston down 19-0.

STEELERS 21, BROWNS 18: Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes to tight end Jesse James as visiting Pittsburgh handed Cleveland its 13th straight opening-game loss.

RAIDERS 26, TITANS 16: Derek Carr threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns, and Giorgio Tavecchio kicked field goals of 20, 52, 52 and 43 yards in his NFL debut for visiting Oakland.

EAGLES 30, WASHINGTON 17: Carson Wentz threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns as he guided visiting Philadelphia to a win in a sloppy, mistake-filled game.

LIONS 35, CARDINALS 23: Matthew Stafford threw two of his four touchdown passes to rookie Kenny Golladay in the fourth quarter, and host Detroit scored four straight touchdowns to rally from a 17-9 deficit.

PANTHERS 23, 49ERS 3: Cam Newton threw a pair of touchdown passes following San Francisco turnovers and the Carolina defense shut down Kyle Shanahan’s offense in his coaching debut, at Santa Clara, California.

RAVENS 20, BENGALS 0: Baltimore’s rebuilt defense picked off Andy Dalton four times and forced him to fumble, and host Cincinnati was shut out in a season opener for the first time since 1979.

BILLS 21, JETS 12: Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes and Buffalo won at home in Sean McDermott’s debut as head coach.