NFL Power Rankings Week Two: Packers Still on Top

1. Green Bay Packers (1-0)

Packers are extremely deep. I think we could see a duel of #12 for the Super Bowl this season.

2. New England Patriots (1-0)

Tom Brady is razor sharp, and he has a plethora of targets. The Patriots are incredibly deep offensively.

3. San Diego Chargers (1-0)

Chargers fans have to love seeing their team show some life early on in the season for once.

4. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)

Baltimore wiped the floor with Pittsburgh, and I was extremely impressed.

5. Chicago Bears (1-0)

The Bears’ dominating victory over the Falcons was one of the most underrated wins of week one.

6. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0)

Michael Vick started off the season right, earning some of that new paycheck with a dominant performance.

7. New Orleans Saints (0-1)

New Orleans had a close loss to Green Bay. You can bet they will get back up. This is a good team.

8. New York Jets (1-0)

The Jets squeaked by once again, but a win is a win.

9. Pittsburgh Steelers (0-1)

Pittsburgh is back to the drawing board after being embarrassed by Baltimore, but they are still among the league’s elite.

10. Houston Texans (1-0)

Good teams take care of business.

11. Atlanta Falcons (0-1)

The Falcons really have to get something going this week, as their loss to the Bears left many extremely worried and confused.

12. Detroit Lions (1-0)

Loving the offensive juggernaut in the making in Detroit, as well as a greatly improved (scary?) defense.

13. Dallas Cowboys (0-1)

Dallas is better than that game. They dominated the Jets for a good majority of Sunday night. Gotta finish games.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1)

Tampa Bay should get back on the horse this week. They got off to a really slow start against Detroit.

15. Arizona Cardinals (1-0)

Arizona still has issues, but Kevin Kolb helped breathe some life into this team.

16. Washington Redskins (1-0)

Really Rex? Is Rex Grossman onto something? Could the Redskins be a playoff team?

17. New York Giants (1-0)

The Giants have been absolutely snake-bitten and riddled with injuries. How far will this crew take them?

18. St. Louis Rams (0-1)

Sam Bradford had one of his worst games as a pro against a fast Eagles defense, and was hurt in the process.

19. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0)

Jags can’t play the Titans every week, but 1-0 is better than 0-1.

20. San Francisco 49ers (1-0)

Can the Niners pick up the pace offensively? Their defense is underrated, but they need Alex Smith to step up.

21. Buffalo Bills (1-0)

Loving what I saw out of the Bills against KC. That was an all-around dominant performance.

22. Minnesota Vikings (0-1)

Vikings are better than people say, but Donovan McNabb has a lot of work to do.

 23. Oakland Raiders (1-0)

Raiders are fast, physical, and slightly moronic at times, but Darren McFadden is one of the best backs in the league.

24.Tennessee Titans (0-1)

Matt Hasselbeck and the Titans couldn’t beat the Jaguars, and they look like they need some time to get things sorted out.

25. Miami Dolphins (0-1)

Miami was shillacked by the Patriots, which could be a common theme this year. The running game has to get going.

26. Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)

Dreadful performance against Buffalo and injuries bring the Chiefs way down in the power rankings.

27. Carolina Panthers (0-1)

Wam, bam, Cam Newton had a fantastic NFL debut–let’s see if he can repeat against the Packers.

28. Denver Broncos (0-1)

Denver’s offense was anemic against Oakland, and they struggled to stop the run…again.

 29. Indianapolis Colts (0-1)

Did you see the Colts without Peyton Manning? It’s not going to be good for them.

30. Cincinnati Bengals (1-0)

Bengals had a solid week one win, but their play was overall very sketchy. Still, a win is a win.

31.Cleveland Browns (0-1)

Cleveland let themselves and the fans down with two big plays given up against Cincinnati. Where is Peyton Hillis?

32. Seattle Seahawks (0-1)

Tarvaris Jackson is probably the worst starting QB in the league, and that will reflect on Seattle’s final record.

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