It was the final day of Week 1 for the 2017 Nfl Preseason and a doubleheader was shown via the NFL Network. The early afternoon game featured the Indianapolis Colts hosting the Detroit lions. In the night game, it was the Seattle Seahawks visiting the Los Angeles Chargers. When all was said and done, both the Lions and Seahawks were victorious in their first games of the preseason. Here's a look at the recaps for each of these games including the top stars, notes, and what's coming up next for each of these NFL teams.

Lions defeat Colts 24-10

Detroit Lions starting quarterback Matthew Stafford was on the field for a series and finished with a 2-for-3 passing day with 36 yards and an interception.

Backup Jake Rudock impressed with a 13-for-21 day for 142 yards and two touchdowns, while rookie Brad Kaaya also threw a touchdown along with 71 yards. Rookie Kenny Golladay looked great in his debut with three catches for 53 yards and two Lions' touchdowns, while Dontez Ford recorded the other.

The Indianapolis Colts didn't feature Andrew Luck who continues his recovery from surgery and won't be rushed back during the preseason. Three other QBs played for the Colts with Stephen Morris and Phillip Walker getting the bulk of the snaps. Morris went 13-for-20 for 94 yards, while Walker was 9-for-20 with 86 total yards.

On the ground, Troymaine Pope had seven carries for 31 yards and the only Indianapolis touchdown of the day in the fourth quarter. The Colts could only muster 10 points with the Lions able to take this game.

Next up, the Detroit Lions will take on the NY Jets on Saturday at home starting at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The Colts will travel to Texas to take on the Dallas Cowboys this Saturday 7 p.m.

Eastern Time.

Seattle routs L.A. Chargers

The Seattle Seahawks won 48-17 over the Chargers. Seattle had their starter Russell Wilson on the field for a series as he threw 3-of-4 passes for 41 yards. Backups Treyone Boykin and Austin Davis did the majority of tonight's play handling. Boykin had 189 yards a touchdown and an interception on 12-of-15 completed passes.

Davis threw for 108 yards on 7-of-9 completed passes.

The bulk of the Seattle scoring came on the ground with Boykin rushing for one touchdown and Chris Carson rushing for two. Alex Collins also added one to the total 48 points Seattle scored through four quarters. Terence Garvin added one touchdown for the defense in a dominant win by the Seahawks.

For the Los Angeles Chargers, Phillip Rivers also got a bit of time on the field. Rivers went 5-of-6 and had 56 yards plus one touchdown pass. Backup Kellen Clemens threw for 100 yards and a touchdown on his 4-for-10 outing.

Today's recipients on the scoring strikes were Travis Benjamin who had 89 total yards and Antonio Gates who had two catches for 10 yards and a touchdown.

The Seahawks' next game is on Friday night at 10 p.m. Eastern Time when they'll host the Minnesota Vikings. The Chargers are at home again to host the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.