NFL Power Rankings: Week Three Edition

Now that Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season is in the books, it’s time for everyone’s favorite purposeful exercise: the NFL Power Rankings! What distinguishes these categories from others is that they are the only ones truly subtleties in the entire universe. So let’s take a look at how all 32 teams stack up before week three.

Energy Ratings for BLG’S WEEK 3 NFL

1 – Buffalo Bills (last week: 1) – The Bills, the reigning Super Bowl champion and No. 1 seed in the AFC, played for the first two weeks. Results? He scored 2-0 and the best points difference in the NFL at +55. That’s 29 points better than second place. A buffalo is a leviathan.

2 – Kansas City Chiefs (LW: 2) – Patrick Mahomes over two games: 7 TD, 0 IQ, 127.9 passing rating. The win over the Bolts puts the Chiefs on a favorable path to winning their seventh consecutive title in West Asia.

3 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW:3) – Even though they’re 2-0, it’s hard to say the Bucs have been so great to start this season. Tom Brady got off to a slow start, especially by his standards. However, Todd Bowles has this defense that plays well. Tampa has allowed only 13 points so far.

4 – Miami Dolphins (LW: 6) – Tua Tagovailoa had a lot of skeptics. Dolphins seem to be among them given their rumored previous interest in Deshaun Watson and Tom Brady. But it seems the light is finally on for Tua. Having Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle definitely helps. However, six touchdowns on the way back to beat Baltimore… that’s really impressive. Dolphins are real.

5 – Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 10) – The Eagles might be the best team in the NFC. They can certainly make the case. I can’t put it there yet; There must be some benefit to doubt when it comes to Brady and Bucks. But the Birds are undoubtedly legitimate Super Bowl contenders if Jalen Hurts can continue to shine like he did Monday night. The NFL MVP might play under center in Philadelphia.

6 – Los Angeles Chargers (LW: 4) – One team can outperform another and still lose. That’s what happened to Bragg on Thursday night. The Charger outperformed the bosses, they had fewer penalties, held the clock longer, shifted the 3/4th shorts more efficiently…and still lost. Because they did, of course. Very on brand chargers. It would be great if Justin Herbert had more support. Brandon Staley kicking twice in District 4 and 2 in Chiefs was a bad thing.

7 – Los Angeles Rams (LW: 5) – Matthew Stafford has had more interceptions than touchdowns in two games. It doesn’t seem quite right. Rams as a whole are not as scary as they should be. They were in danger of blowing 28 to 3 bullets to Atlanta.

8 – Baltimore Ravens (LW: 6) – They may be chasing this lead when it comes to seeding the AFC supplement form. There is still plenty of time to recover, but this was a missed opportunity to give themselves a comfortable lead in North Asia.

9 – Minnesota Vikings (LW: 8) – Kirk Cousins ​​isn’t the worst quarterback in the NFL. He is the worst quarterback in the NFL. The Vikings cap with him is a strong regular season team capable of making the playoffs in a weak NFC. The best realistic scenario is one win after the season.

10 – Green Bay Packers (LW: 9) – The win over Chicago proves that the sky doesn’t fall in Green Bay. But Bock’s defense will provide a tough test for Aaron Rodgers. Let’s see if the beams can pull it off and prove it will be fine.

11 – Denver Broncos (LW: 13) – I feel this team is very high. Russell Wilson may be cooked. The fight to beat Houston wasn’t a good look for them after their first week loss to Seattle. They need to turn things around quickly due to their fierce split.

12 – San Francisco 49ers (LW: 17) – An unfortunate Tre Lance injury but the return of Jimmy Garoppolo lifts the field. It also lowers its ceiling.

13 – Dallas Cowboys (LW: 18) – Well, the Cowboys aren’t dead yet. A win over Cincy helps their efforts walk the water until Dak Prescott returns. Micah Parsons is still a problem. He’s guaranteed to hit the quarterback a few times each week.

14 – Detroit Lions (LW: 19) – Lions are not to be taken lightly. Offensive coordinator Ben Johnson does a good job maximizing the talent he works with.

15 – Leaders Washington (LW: 15) – Carson Wentz’s stumble in the end zone cost the leaders nine points (safety and subsequent landing action). The leaders in Detroit lost by … nine points. Wentz hit 67 fuss in 87 games. It is a never ending problem.

16 – New Orleans Saints (LW: 16) – James Winston still manages to be a spinning machine.

17 – New York Giants (LW: 22) – It’s not hard to say that the G-Men are the worst 2-0 team in the NFL. They are ranked 11th in points difference, behind five teams with 1-1 scoring. They have two close wins over their uninspired opponents. However, the old giants do not win those matches. New York has a legitimate chance to advance to 3-0 with a home game against Dallas.

18 – New England Patriots (LW: 24) – The Patriots deserve some credit for winning in Pittsburgh to avoid falling to 0-2. But this crime is not very inspiring.

19 – Pittsburgh Steelers (LW: 11) – We’ve already seen enough of Mitchell Trubesky. It’s time to move on to Kenny Beckett.

20 – Cincinnati Bengals (left wing: 12) – The AFC champion was 0-2 after losing to Copper Rush. Yikes. So much to overhaul the Bengals’ offensive line… they allowed 13 sacks and 20 quarterbacks in two games. not good!

21 – Arizona Cardinals (LW: 25) – Things were looking really bad for them, dropping 20 to 0 but they recovered to win in overtime. This is a team that desperately needs to show some fighting. Now we’ll see if they can build on it.

22 – Las Vegas Raiders (LW: 14) – Getting ahead by 20 points and losing in overtime is a very painful way to fall back to 0-2. Given West Asia’s slim margin of error, it is likely that they will indeed bid farewell to the top flight.

23 – Cleveland Browns (LW: 20) – Had it not been for a late crash, they could be 2-0 up now. They really need to bounce back with the win over Pittsburgh and they are trying to walk in the water until Deshaun Watson returns.

24 – Jacksonville Jaguars (LW: 29) – Doug Pederson beat Frank Reich 2-0 with AA victory 24-0. Jaguars love Dougie P. It’s great to see.

25 – New York Jets (LW: 31) – They needed an unlikely comeback to beat the Browns…but they made it! Could this be the spark that planes need? They’ll get the reeling Sensei after that. Then Pittsburgh after that. Some games that can be won in front of them.

26 – Tennessee Titans (LW: 23) – The bad news is that they are 0-2 and AJ Brown doesn’t walk through that door to save them. The good news is that they play in a very bad department. It’s too early to put a fork in it. But Ryan Tanehill will have to look over his shoulder with owner Willis waiting in the wings if the Titans continue to frustrate.

27 – Houston Texans (LW: 26) – Texans are neither fun nor good.

28 – Chicago Bears (LW: 27) – More than one thing could be true. Justin Fields is not set up for success. Justin Fields isn’t good either.

29 – Seattle Seahawks (LW: 28) – Week two was a sobering test for the Seahawks after an unlikely win in Week One. They’re not going anywhere fast with Gino Smith driving an impeccable offense.

30 – Indianapolis Colts (LW: 21) – Matt Ryan had one touchdown pass for four interceptions during his first two Indy games. The Colts have previously beaten slow starts during Frank Reich’s tenure and the South AFC has been bad so it doesn’t look like all hope is lost. But they got off to a really bad start. While Tennessee has a worse record, it is at least 0-0 in the division while the Colts are 0-1-1.

31 – Atlanta Falcons (LW:30) – If they actually made a 28-to-3 comeback, maybe that would break the curse? We can’t know for sure because they didn’t.

32 – Carolina Panthers (LW: 32) – Shocking feelings. There isn’t much that can make you really satisfied with this set. All this is just a waste of time.

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