After three weeks of action, the landscape of the NFL is starting to take place. We already knew the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green […]
After three weeks of action, the landscape of the NFL is starting to take place. We already knew the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Rams would be good.
But the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, and Cleveland Browns are exceeding expectations. On the flip side, the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, and Tennessee Titans are failing to live up the platforms they’ve set up for themselves.
Read on for my Post-Week 3 Power Rankings, and if you’d like to debate or discuss any rankings, join the conversation with @SakSports on Twitter.
I apologize for any brevity, lack of pictures, lack of deep analysis, etc., I’m currently on a cross-country moving road trip with limited phone and no laptop access.
Post-Week 3 Power Rankings
Buffalo Bills (2-1) [Last Week: 1]
Most analysts are putting the Dolphins or Eagles at the top, but at the end of the day, even after a bitter loss to the Dolphins, I think the Buffalo Bills are the strongest team the league has to offer.
Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) [Last Week: 2]
Likewise, even after a head-scratching loss to the Colts, I would rather have the Kansas City Chiefs roster for the rest of the season than that of Miami or Philadelphia.
Miami Dolphins (3-0) [Last Week: 6]
Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins have officially put the NFL on notice after beating the Ravens and Bills in back-to-back weeks.
Philadelphia Eagles (3-0) [Last Week: 7]
Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles are flying high at 3-0 after beating the Lions, Vikings, and most recently, the Commanders. Philadelphia has been the strongest team in the NFC so far: but I still need to see how they fare against playoff-caliber teams.
Baltimore Ravens (2-1) [Last Week: 4]
Lamar Jackson went off again in the Baltimore Ravens’ 37-26 win over the Patriots.
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