The NFL’s relaxed celebration rules meant Steelers wideout Antonio Brown would have the opportunity to outdo himself when he found the end zone this fall. Instead, he played a supporting role after teammate Martavis Bryant hauled in a 27-yard touchdown catch and then dropped to a knee to roll some dice.

What it means for Martavis Bryant: Bryant scored his first touchdown since 2015, rewarding Pittsburgh’s faith after he was forced to sit out the entire 2016 season due to suspension. He had only two receptions in his season debut last week.

What it means for the Steelers: Bryant broke away from a host of Vikings defenders to give Pittsburgh an early 7-0. More importantly, it put pressure on Brown to step up his celebration game and top his teammate’s craps game. We’ll see if the All-Pro wideout can make good on his promise to take advantage of the league’s more lenient celebration rules.

Lions 24, Giants 10: Another possession and another failed fourth down attempt for New York. The comeback effort isn’t looking too hot right now.

Lions 24, Giants 10: New York went for it on fourth down near Authentic Earnest Byner Jersey midfield and completed a pass to running back Shane Vereen that fell short of a first down. The referees initially brought out the chains and ruled it was a first down, but the Blake Bortles Jersey Lions challenged the spot of the ball and won. When the chains were brought back out for another measurement, the ball was well short of a first down, giving possession back to Detroit.

Lions 24, Giants 10: Rookie Jamal Agnew went flying through the middle of the New York special teams for an 88-yard punt return touchdown off a 60-yard punt. Once he juked out punter Brad Wing in the middle of the field, he was a goner.