Week One of the 2013 NFL season offered anything but your typical gridiron action. Surprising wins by the Jets and Saints got people talking, but the sheer dominance of the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs got fans talking about the playoffs early.Here's what else we learned during week one:The Jets aren't half bad: Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith went 24-for-38 with 256 passing yards and a touchdown in his debut, and added a team-leading 47 yards on the ground to cap off a 18-17 come from behind victory. Recently acquired TE Kellen Winslow added seven catches and a TD. Gang Green's defense also limited Bucs star RB Doug Martin to just 65 yards rushing. Ironically, the play of the game occurred when Tampa Bay linebacker Lavonte David pushed Smith out of bounds after a 10-yard run and got called for a personal foul. The 15-yard penalty allowed Jets kicker Nick Folk to nail a 48-yard FG for the win.The Jaguars aren't half good: After a 28-2 drubbing at the hands of the Alex Smith-powered Kansas City Chiefs in week one, the Jaguars and their abysmal offense have to wonder what the rest of the season is going to be like.E.J. Manuel makes the Bills entertaining: The Patriots...