Week Three NFL Power Rankings

Through two weeks of the season we have seen many comers and a few goers as well, I suspect that over the next three weeks that the power rankings will fluctuate greatly and then settle down as we get a better understanding of what each team is. With that here is the Week Three Power Rankings:

1. New York Giants- Eli is clutch, and this is a good team

2. Indianapolis Colts- Should we ever bet against Peyton

3. New Orleans Saints- What a great offense

4. Atlanta Falcons- Their first road test against a depleted Patriots

5. Baltimore Ravens- good offense, great defense

6. Pittsburgh Steelers- bad road loss to the Bears, look to bounce back

7. New England Patriots- their roster is depleted, and they are trending downward

8. Philadelphia Eagles- It doesn’t seem to matter who is their QB

9. Minnesota Vikings- Bret Favre is managing games, not winning them

10. San Diego Chargers- off to an 1-1 start and falling rapidly

11. New York Jets- Sanchez doesn’t have blow your mind numbers, but the team is winning

12. Green Bay Packers- tough home loss the Bengals, but should bounce back

13. Chicago Bears- A great win versus the Super Bowl Champs

14. San Francisco 49ers- 2-0 and not missing Michael Crabtree

15. Dallas Cowboys- Romo seems to be a concern

16. Tennessee Titans- the most surprising 0-2 team out there

17. Arizona Cardinals- Super Bowl hangover may be lifting

18. Houston Texans- Next two games are at home, maybe they will be ok

19. Seattle Seahawks- The lack offensive playmakers

20. Buffalo Bills- It is time for Trent Edwards to step up

21. Carolina Panthers- 0-2 and it might be panic time

22. Miami Dolphins- dominate time of possession and still lose

23. Cincinnati Bengals- A nice win at the Packers, but they are still the Bengals

24. Washington Redskins- they are in a must win situation, and at the Lions

25. Oakland Raiders- Seymour makes them better, but Russell is a terrible QB

26. Denver Broncos- One miracle win, and won versus the Browns, all NFL wins are not equal

27. Cleveland Browns- I wonder of the Jets regret firing Eric Mangini? Probably not

28. Jacksonville Jaguars- Struggling QB may force a change

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- They have a weak defense, and take far too many penalties

30. Kansas City Chiefs- Can Matt Cassel make them better, probably not

31. St. Louis Rams- They are wasting Stephen Jackson’s best years

32. Detroit Lions- until they win, here they sit