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Week 3 Power Rankings

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I had the post all written this week and then stupidly hit "Create New Post" in the upper corner instead of "Post Now" down below and lost everything, so here's the condensed version.

1) Pittsburgh (3-0, LW: 5)
2) Atlanta (2-1, LW: 6)
3) New Orleans (2-1, LW: 1)
4) Indianapolis (2-1, LW: 4)
5) Green Bay (2-1, LW: 2)
6) Baltimore (2-1, LW: 7)
7) N.Y. Jets (2-1, LW: 8)
8) Houston (2-1, LW: 3)
9) New England (2-1, LW: 9)
10) Cincinnati (2-1, LW: 10)
11) Chicago (3-0, LW: 15)
12) Tennessee (2-1, LW: 12)
13) Miami (2-1, LW: 14)
14) Philadelphia (2-1, LW: 16)
15) Dallas (1-2, LW: 19)
16) Kansas City (3-0, LW: 20)
17) Minnesota (1-2, LW: 18)
18) N.Y. Giants (1-2, LW: 13)
19) Washington (1-2, LW: 11)
20) Seattle (2-1, LW: 23)
21) San Diego (1-2, LW: 17)
22) Jacksonville (1-2, LW: 21)
23) Denver (1-2, LW: 22)
24) Tampa Bay (2-1, LW: 25)
25) Arizona (2-1, LW: 26)
26) Oakland (1-2, LW: 27)
27) St. Louis (1-2, LW: 32)
28) San Francisco (0-3, LW: 24)
29) Detroit (0-3, LW: 28)
30) Carolina (0-3, LW: 29)
31) Cleveland (0-3, LW: 30)
32) Buffalo (0-3, LW: 31)

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  1. Bengals1181's Avatar
    can't complain where the Bengals are.

    Do think you have Baltimore too high. Their offense is averaging 14 points per game and the Jets and Browns gashed them in the running game. Certainly lower than Houston.

    I'm not a big believer in KC, but certainly they should be higher.

    I'd drop Atlanta 3-4 spots too.
  2. GBPKS's Avatar
    We'll find out more about Baltimore this week against Pittsburgh. They have not looked pretty but they have played three pretty solid defenses. Their defensive performance against Cleveland is a little concerning, but they did beat the Jets and I felt they deserved the higher ranking. (I know, then I get into murky waters because Cincinnati beat Baltimore but there were some questionable penalties in that game). You can throw a blanket over the teams ranked 6 through 10 - there's very little separation there.

    Kansas City is 3-0, but their opponents have a combined 1-8 record. That being said, their soft schedule could take them into the playoffs but they would be heavy underdogs against most of the teams above them.

    I gave Atlanta the #2 spot because they took the #1 team and #3 team in my rankings to overtime - they lost to Pittsburgh and beat New Orleans (albeit with a little assist from Garrett Hartley). The convincing loss at Houston is hurting Indianapolis in the rankings.

    Houston itself is in a bit of a fall - they beat the Colts but that game may have been their Super Bowl, and their comeback victory in Washington looks less impressive after the Skins got thumped by the Rams, and then Dallas came into Reliant Stadium and drubbed them. I don't totally trust the Texans yet.