Offensive Player of the Week HB Reggie Bush8 Car, 35 Yards, 3 TDs, 4 Rec, 85 Yards, 1 TD Week one always has a different feel to it. Teams are either trying to get settled back in after the long offseason, trying to adjust to new personnel, trying to adjust to new schemes, or maybe they're just trying to find an identity. Find an identity the Dolphins did on the back of QB Matt Flynn and HB Reggie Bush. In a game that featured over 800 yards of total offense between the two teams, no one man stood out more then Reggie Bush. His 31 yard reception for a TD helped spark a Miami team to 28 straight points (21 of which came on through Reggie Bush) as they rallied to knock off the Steelers late in the 4th quarter, 42-34. Defensive Player of the Week CB Asante Samuel2 INTs, 1 Defensive TD Atlanta was in Philly in week one in a game that had "Game of the Week" written all over it. On paper these are two of the most evenly matched teams in the league. From start to finish, the game didn't disappoint. After going into half time trailing 6-0, the Eagles desperately needed a spark. Little did they know the spark they would get would come from an opposing player. On the back of four Matt Ryan interceptions, the Eagles were able to rally in the 3rd quarter, ripping off 17 straight points. The rally was capped off by Asante Samuel, who would step in front of an arrant Matt Ryan toss (one of his two interceptions on the day) and take it 26 yards to the house. In the end, it would prove to be enough as the Eagles held on to beat the Falcons, 24-16.