NFL Power Rankings Week 3

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Getty The Patriots have won two straight games after losing their opener to the Chiefs.

The 1972 Dolphins may be popping champagne sooner than expected this year. The Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons are the only undefeated teams remaining in the NFL.

While not undefeated, several 2-1 teams are moving their way up the rankings. The New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans all had a solid Week 3, pushing them up this week.

The Seattle Seahawks win the award for the most disappointing team so far this season. While the Seahawks have lost to two good teams (Packers and Titans), it is the way they are losing that should be troublesome to Seattle fans. The Seahawks offense looks like one of the worst units in the league. The offensive line continues to be poor as Russell Wilson has spent much of the first three games running for his life.

We will continue to update our power rankings as games go final. Here is our latest NFL power rankings.

NFL Power Rankings Week 3: Chiefs & Falcons Remain Perfect

NO. TEAM Previous
1 Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) 1
2 Atlanta Falcons  (3-0) 2
3 New England Patriots  (2-1) 7
4 Tennessee Titans  (2-1) 13
5 Green Bay Packers  (2-1) 11
6 Denver Broncos (2-1) 3
7 Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) 5
8 Washington Redskins (2-1) 16
9 Oakland Raiders  (2-1) 4
10 Detroit Lions (2-1) 9
11 Minnesota Vikings (2-1) 17
12 Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) 15
13 Dallas Cowboys (1-1) 14
14 Carolina Panthers (2-1) 10
15 Buffalo Bills (2-1) 23
16 L.A. Rams (2-1) 18
17 Tampa Bay Bucs (1-1) 8
18 Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) 21
19 Baltimore Ravens (2-1) 6
20 Seattle Seahawks (1-2) 12
21 Arizona Cardinals (1-1) 20
22 Miami Dolphins (1-1) 19
23 Houston Texans (1-2) 22
24 New Orleans Saints (1-2) 30
25 Chicago Bears (1-2) 29
26 Indianapolis Colts (1-2) 31
27 New York Jets (1-2) 32
28 New York Giants (0-3) 28
29 Cleveland Browns (0-3) 26
30 San Francisco 49ers (0-3) 27
31 Cincinnati Bengals (0-3) 25
32 L.A. Chargers (0-3) 24

The Chiefs have won their first three games with two of those three wins coming on the road. Kansas City still has the honor of the best win of any team this season with their blowout victory over the Patriots in the season opener. The Chiefs also have wins over the Eagles and Chargers.

Atlanta is fortunate to be 3-0 as they survived a scare in Detroit. It is still a solid win for the Falcons to pair with their route of the Packers in Week 2.

The Patriots have bounced back after being embarrassed by the Chiefs to start the season. New England defeated the Saints and Texans in their last two matchups to slowly move back up the rankings. Tennessee had one of the most impressive wins of the week with their win over the Seahawks.

Five Teams Remain Winless

At the other end of the rankings, five teams are still looking for their first win. The Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals are all winless through three weeks of play. It has been a rough start for New York City football fans as the Jets and Giants have just one win in the first six games.

The Chargers get the “honor” of being named our worst team in the league. The Chargers are following up an off-season full of injuries with dismal play to start the season. While the Chargers sit at 32, an argument could be made for any of the five 0-3 teams.

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In an article titled, 110 N.F.L. Brains, in the The New York Times, by authors, Joe Ward, Josh Williams and Sam Manchester, dated July 25th, 2017… and “conveniently blurred”, and copying made “deliberately problematic”!… Neuropathologist Dr. Ann McKee, is reported to have amassed evidence of “chronic traumatic encephalopathy (C.T.E.!… the degenerative disease believed to be caused by repeated blows to the head!)”, afterupon her examination of 202 deceased football players (a broad survey of her findings were published on the preceding Tuesday, July 18, 2017, in the The Journal of the American Medical Association!… the myriad symptoms of which, include memory loss, confusion, depression and dementia!… and can arise years after the “career blows to the head”!)!
Of the 202 players examined, 111 of them played in the N.F.L.– and 110 of those were found to have C.T.E.!
Simply put!… the term PUBLIC SLAVERY is an apt description for those who support both football, and boxing!… and, underscores the degree of “DEMOANASTROPHOPATHY (i.e., pathic public behavior!)” rampant in America! And!… the one major omission within Dr. McKee’s official report, is the etiology (the causation!) associated with the “PUBLIC BRAIN DAMAGE” tied to the public acceptance of football!… but also– I suggest!– boxing!
Lastly, given what sundry of the CRIMINAL BACKERS of these “sports” are capable of (and e.g., the respective team backers and the managers!), I fear for the safety of the political critics of these “industries”!… and!… I wonder what MANMADE TRAGEDY awaits such critics, as a result of their public shaming of the owners and operators of these American pastimes! Either the TRUE MEDICAL COMMUNITY… AND SCIENCE!… wins the “social debate” over the UTILITY of these “sports (so-called!)”, or the DEMOANASTROPHOPATHY wins (and, in the latter scenario, that includes the owners, players, and the DISEASED PUBLIC!… and, DESPITE THE EVIDENCE– THE FACTS!)!
Please!… no emails!… Jesus is Lord!
P.S.: It’s time for the NFL… and a CONCERNED PUBLIC!… TO BEND B-O-T-H K-N-E-E-S, IN PRAYER!

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