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NFL Power Rankings – Week 2

A crazy week 2 of the NFL season is over.  Week 3 kicks off tonight with the NFC East matchup of the Giants Vs. the Redskins. Here’s our power rankings for the first two weeks.

Week 1 Power Rankings

  1. New England Patriots (2-0)

  2. Green Bay Packers (2-0)

    AARON_RODGERS_VS_BEARSEven without Jordy Nelson this Green Bay offense hasn’t slowed down. If you have hands, Aaron Rodgers will find a way to get you the ball. James Jones, who was cut by the Raiders last year then by the Giants in the preseason leads all wide receivers with three touchdown receptions. Last Sunday showed why this team is so dangerous. Not only were they without Nelson, but running back Eddie Lacy was hurt early and missed most of the game. They still put up 27 points on one of the best defenses in the NFL.  

  3. Denver Broncos (2-0)

  4. Arizona Cardinals (2-0)

  5. Dallas Cowboys (2-0)

  6. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1)

  7. Seattle Seahawks (0-2)

  8. Cincinnati Bengals (2-0)

  9. Kansas City Chiefs (1-1)

    ERIC_BERRY_CHIEFSThe Chiefs lost last week in one of the worst ways imaginable. After blowing a two touchdown lead, their best offensive player lost a fumble on a meaningless play running out the clock, resulting in a Broncos touchdown. They still played one of the best teams in the NFL tough the whole game. The Chiefs have a ton of playmakers on defense and will give teams a very hard time scoring.

  10. Buffalo Bills (1-1)

  11. San Diego Chargers (1-1)

  12. New York Jets (2-0)

  13. Atlanta Falcons (2-0)

  14. Carolina Panthers (2-0)

    2015_CAROLINA_PANTHERSThe Panthers have won two games already but they’re the worst 2-0 team in the NFL. We had them winning their division but that’s only because their division is so bad. The offense is really not good but Cam Newton has willed them to score enough points. The defense has looked really good but they’ve played two below average offenses so far. They won’t go undefeated but with Newton they’ll win more games than they should.

  15. Miami Dolphins (1-1)

  16. Indianapolis Colts (0-2)

  17. Baltimore Ravens (0-2)

  18. St. Louis Rams (1-1)

  19. San Francisco 49ers (1-1)

  20. Minnesota Vikings (1-1)

  21. Philadelphia Eagles (0-2)

  22. New York Giants (0-2)

  23. Cleveland Browns (1-1)

  24. Detroit Lions (0-2)

  25. Washington Redskins (1-1)

  26. Houston Texans (0-2)

  27. Tennessee Titans (1-1)

  28. Oakland Raiders (1-1)

  29. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1)

  30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1)

    JAMEIS_WINSTONThe Bucs had a somewhat impressive win beating the Saints in New Orleans. The Saints aren’t good but the Bucs aren’t either. Jameis Winston got his first career win and didn’t look too bad. If he can figure out how to get the ball to Mike Evans he can be even better.  

  31. New Orleans Saints (0-2)

  32. Chicago Bears (0-2)

Tony’s Top Five

Top Five Coaches Who Should be Fired

  1. Jay Gruden (Redskins)

  2. Jeff Fisher (Rams)

  3. Mike Pettine (Browns)

  4. Jim Caldwell (Lions)

  5. Tom Coughlin (Giants)

Tony’s Thursday Night Pick

The Giants are 0-2 but lost both games by very little. They’re at home and are favored over the Redskins.  The Redskins looked very good last week.  The defense has been really solid so far.  They won’t be able to stop Odell Beckham Jr. but maybe they can stop everyone else on the Giants.  

Redskins +3.5

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