NFL Week 1: The GOOD, The BAD, THE UGLY [Chiefs, Vikings & MORE] | CBS Sports HQ

Nfl week 1: the good, the bad, the ugly [chiefs, vikings & more] | cbs sports hq

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Ryan Harris joins CBS Sports HQ to discuss the good, bad and uglies of NFL Week 1.

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