Here are a few things you may want to know about Week 2 of the NFL season…For the 16 teams that fell in Week 1, the season is hardly lost. A total of 8 teams failed to win their first game of the season and still went onto win the Super Bowl, including the ’07 N.Y. Giants, who along with the ’93 Cowboys and the ’01 Patriots are the only teams to open a season 0-2 and still win a Super Bowl title (the 1996 Patriots also reached the Super Bowl after a 0-2 start but lost to the Packers in XXXI). And speaking of Green Bay, the 1967 Packers are the one team amongst the 8 that didn’t lose but didn’t win their season-opener, finishing in a 17-17 tie with the Lions. But Vince Lombardi’s team would eventually go onto defeat the Oakland Raiders, 33-14, in Super Bowl II in Lombardi’s final game with the Packers…<!--more-->Dating back to Week14 of 2010, the Lions have won 5 straight games, the team’s longest winning streak since winning their final 7 games in 1995. That season, Detroit overcame a 0-3 start and would reach the playoffs, eventually losing to the Eagles, 58-37, in one of the highest-scoring postseason games in NFL history. No one is putting Jim Schwartz’s team in the playoffs just yet, but their current winning ways is pretty impressive if you consider the franchise was an astounding 5-47 in its previous 52 contests dating back to the midway point of the ’07 season…Few have received more criticism following their Week 1 performance than Cowboys’ QB Tony Romo, who’s committed 9 turnovers in his last 7 games (8 interceptions, 1 lost fumble) dating back to 2010. Romo turned over the ball just 13 times (9 interceptions, 4 lost fumbles) in 16 games in 2009. That season, Dallas went onto win the NFC East and defeat in the Eagles in the Wild Card Playoffs, the Cowboys’ first postseason win since 1996. And while hanging onto the ball is always important, it’s been quite the gauge for this team as of late. Since 2010, the Cowboys committed a mere 3 turnovers in 6 wins while coughing up the ball 30 times in 11 losses…Indianapolis fell at Houston, 34-7 in Week 1 and host the Browns on Sunday. The Colts haven’t started 0-2 since 1998, when they opened 0-4 and finished 3-13 during QB Peyton Manning’s rookie season with the team. Of course, Manning’s second season resulted in a 13-3 finish and the AFC East title. The 10-win improvement is tied for the greatest turnaround in NFL history with the 2008 Dolphins, who finished 11-5 one year after their disastrous 1-15 campaign of 2007…Sunday night, Philadelphia travels to Atlanta in a battle of 2010 division winners. It’s also a return for Eagles’ QB Michael Vick, who owned a 38-28-1 win-loss record as the starter with the Falcons from 2001-06. This week, Vick returns as the starting quarterback for the first time (he and the Eagles played in Atlanta in 2009). Of course, Vick comes off the best season of his career and his brief time with Philadelphia he owns a 9-3 regular-season record as a starter…