NFL Power Rankings - Week 3

These Lions would make the Romans proud.


Each week after Monday Night game(s) has concluded, I’ll  publish my list of NFL power rankings.  Here is the pecking order for Week 3.

1) Green Bay Packers  – Not even the revenge factor could get the Bears past the Pack.

2) Detroit Lions  –  Beat a weak Minnesota team, but the Lions are 3-0 for first time since the Billy Sims era.

3) Baltimore Ravens  – Absolutely demolished the Rams.

4) New Orleans Saints –  Ran all over the vaunted Houston defense.

5) Buffalo Bills  – These aren’t your fathers Bills … actually, maybe they are!

6)  Pittsburgh Steelers  – A little close for comfort against the ghastly Colts.

7)  New York Giants  – Giants thumped Eagles in Philly and may be the class of the division.

8) Dallas Cowboys  – Tony Romo sacks up again.

9) New York Jets  – Defense has slowed, and Raiders took full advantage.

10) New England Patriots  – It was an ’80s tribute weekend … Bills over Pats.

Read the rest of our rankings after the jump …

11)  Houston Texans  – Where was the D against the Saints?

12)  Oakland Raiders  – Starting to look like the Raiders are contenders.

13)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers  – The Bucs held off division foe Falcons.

14) Washington Redskins  – Tough Monday Night loss to Cowboys snaps winning streak.

15) Philadelphia Eagles  – Michael Vick appears to have lost his shine.

16) Atlanta Falcons  – Division losses always hurt.

17) San Diego Chargers – Barely beat the visiting Chiefs.   Not good.

18)  Tennessee Titans  – Titans pull into tie for division lead with win over Broncos.

19) Chicago Bears  –   The Bears won’t back into a division title this season.

20)  San Francisco 49ers  – Ugly game in Cincy, but it was a win.

21)  Cleveland Browns  – The record is a mirage, but the Browns are tied for first place!

22)  Denver Broncos  -  Orton inconsistent in loss to Titans.

23)  Carolina Panthers  – Cam Newton contained by Jaguars, but Panthers get first win.

24)  St. Louis Rams  – Big home loss to Ravens shows Rams may not be ready to contend.

25)  Jacksonville Jaguars  –  Blaine Gabbert makes so-so debut in loss.

26)  Arizona Cardinals  – It doesn’t get much worse than a 13-10 loss to a Seahawks team doing all they can to lose.

27)  Cincinnati Bengals  – Eight points at home is just pitiful.

28) Seattle Seahawks   –  They just ran out of Luck!

29)  Minnesota Vikings  – The latest Lions mauling victim.

30) Indianapolis Colts – Colts nearly upset the Steelers AND Curtis Painter ran a two-minute drill.

31)  Kansas City Chiefs - Almost beat the Chargers on the road.

32)  Miami Dolphins  -  Dominated time of possession, yet still lost to the Browns.


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