NFL Power Rankings Week Two

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

What a crazy opening week it was in the NFL. There were a couple great games, a couple horrible games but overall a lot of bad football, so it was your typical week one. All of that made for a lot of changes in this weeks Power Rankings which was to be expected.

Here’s this weeks rankings: (Last weeks ranking in parentheses)

1. Denver Broncos (2)
2. San Francisco 49ers (4)
3. Houston Texans (5)
4. Seattle Seahawks (6)
5. Green Bay Packers (3)
6. New England Patriots (7)
7. Baltimore Ravens (1)
8. New Orleans Saints (17)
9. Chicago Bears (16)
10. Atlanta Falcons (8)
11. Dallas Cowboys (11)
12. Indianapolis Colts (14)
13. Philadelphia Eagles (19)
14. Miami Dolphins (18)
15. Cincinnati Bengals (12)
16. Kansas City Chiefs (22)
17. Tennessee Titans (23)
18. St. Louis Rams (27)
19. Detroit Lions (24)
20. Washington Redskins (15)

21. New York Giants (10)
22. San Diego Chargers (25)
23. Arizona Cardinals (20)
24. Minnesota Vikings (13)
25. Carolina Panthers (21)
26. New York Jets (30)
27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (26)
28. Pittsburgh Steelers (9)
29. Buffalo Bills (28)
30. Oakland Raiders (32)
31. Cleveland Browns (29)
32. Jacksonville Jaguars (31)


  • Lots of teams had major jumps in my rankings this week, they included the Saints, Bears, Eagles and the Rams. Two of those teams the Saints and Bears were teams I just grossly undervalued. Till I saw them play I had a hard time justifying a high ranking. They looked pretty darn good in beating quality teams, which is why they jumped into my top ten.
  • On the flip side there were a few teams that took big drops, they were the Giants, Vikings, Redskins and the Steelers. The Steelers were decimated by injuries but they didn’t even look good before the dominoes started to fall. The Giants were turnover happy, I don’t expect them to continue turning the ball over like that but they’ve got to take a drop. The Redskins well they looked like a team with a quarterback who just started practicing and skipped every preseason game. The Vikings well I just overvalued them to start the season
  • Denver takes over the top spot after their performance against the Ravens. A lot of people will argue the Niners should have that spot and they’ve got a good argument. I just thought the Broncos were more impressive.
  • I moved Seattle up based on they won and others in front of them lost. It was a hard decision as I wasn’t impressed by them one bit. They struggled with a Carolina that’s really not that good. Even if they win this week, I may drop them some if they don’t show improvement.
  • Jacksonville takes over the bottom spot after their horrendous performance against the Chiefs. It’s a fitting spot for them too now that they’re without Blaine Gabbert.

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