NFL Power Rankings: Week 3

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Week 2 is complete. So it’s time to unveil our NFL power rankings for Week 3.

For rankings from weeks 1 and 2, go here.

1. San Francisco 49ers (2-0) – Last week: #2

After another dominating performance, the 49ers take over the top spot this week.

2. Houston Texans (2-0) – Last week: #3

The Texans haven’t played anyone, but they are undefeated. And that’s all that matters.

3. Atlanta Falcons (2-0) – Last week #6

The Falcons are winning in the regular season as usual. Can they extend their success to the postseason?

4. Green Bay Packers (1-1) – Last week #5

The Packers move up a spot after shutting down the Bears.

5. New England Patriots (1-1) – Last week: #1

Not sure what happened at Foxboro on Sunday, but it wasn’t pretty

6. Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) – Last week #12

It hasn’t been pretty, but the Eagles are 2-0.

7. Baltimore Ravens (1-1) – Last week #7

The Ravens drop a spot after losing a game that they probably should’ve won.

8. Chicago Bears (1-1) – Last week: #4

Yet another disappointing performance by the Bears at Lambeau.

9. Dallas Cowboys (1-1) – Last week #8

Cowboys were outplayed by the Seahawks from the opening whistle.

10. Denver Broncos (1-1) – Last week #10

Even with a turnover fest in the first half, the Broncos almost pulled out a win in Atlanta.

11. New York Giants (1-1) – Last week #9

Much like last season, Eli Manning saves the day.

12. San Diego Chargers (2-0) – Last week #14

The Chargers take advantage of their soft early season schedule and move to 2-0

13. Detroit Lions (1-1) – Last week #13

The Lions were beat by a better team in the 49ers

14. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) – Last week #18

The Steelers got their first win of the season in an impressive win over the Jets

15. New York Jets (1-1) – Last week #13

The dismal Jets offense from the preseason showed up in Week 2.

16. Arizona Cardinals (2-0) – Last week #20

Don’t look now but the Cardinals are 2-0

17. Cincinnati Bengals (1-1) – Last week #17

The Bengals got all that they could handle from the Browns.

18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1) – Last week #19

The Buccaneers blew a great chance to be 2-0 right now.

19. Seattle Seahawks (1-1) – Last week #21

The Seahawks are a play away from being 2-0.

20. Washington Redskins (1-1) – Last week #15

RGIII and the Redskins offense did their part. Now they need the Redskins defense to do theirs.

21. New Orleans Saints (0-2) – Last week #16

What is going on in New Orleans?

22. Buffalo Bills (1-1) – Last week #23

The Bills looked explosive against the hapless Chiefs.

23. Carolina Panthers (1-1) – Last week #26

The offense we all expected to see was on full display Week 2.

24. St. Louis Rams (1-1) – Last week #27

The Rams got a much needed win over the Redskins.

25. Indianapolis Colts (1-1) – Last week #30

Andrew Luck gets his first victory in the NFL.

26. Minnesota Vikings (1-1) – Last week #24

The Vikings almost started 2-0. Almost.

27. Kansas City Chiefs (0-2) – Last week #22

Kansas City has talent. They just can’t seem to put it together.

28. Oakland Raiders (0-2) – Last week #25

The Raiders are still the Raiders.

29. Tennessee Titans (0-2) – Last week #28

The Titans haven’t done much on either side of the ball.

30. Miami Dolphins (0-2) – Last week #31

Ryan Tannehill gets his first victory in the NFL.

31. Cleveland Browns (0-2) – Last week #32

Brandon Weeden looked a lot better in Week 2.

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2) – Last week #29

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