Baltimore Ravens got their NFL campaign off to a bad start last night to say the very least, losing 49 - 27 to the Denver Broncos.
Things looked bleak from the very beginning when Ryan Seacrest opened proceedings to a chorus of boos.
Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning was on fire; equalling records left, right and centre. He became the first man to throw seven touchdown passes since Joe Kapp in 1969, and extended his own record of 73 games with 300+ yards passing.
Indeed they could have had another if it wasn't for this moment of madness from Danny Trevathon.
Raven's Jacoby Jones and Michael Oher suffered injuries after clashing with their own teammates. The Jones one looked a little more comical though.
Bronco's Wesley Woodyard was lucky not suffer a similar fate after trying to recover this fumble.
Meanwhile Dallas Clark took time out from dropping balls all round him to sum up Ravens' night perfectly.
He had a tough night all right.
In the end, the whole thing was just too much for Ozzie Newsome.
While Terrell Suggs was just happy to be there.