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NFL Power Rankings Week 1: Where all 32 teams are after opening weekend

NFL Power Rankings Week 1: Commanders’ Stance After Victory over Jaguars originally appeared on NBC Washington Sports

with Typical NFL fashion, Week 1 didn’t disappoint.

Bears piss off Trey Lance and 49ers at rain-soaked Soldier Field, while Justin Jefferson ignites within hours The Green Bay Packers are in the West, while the Eagles beat the Detroit Lions in the East.

The 49ers aren’t the only title contenders expected to lay eggs in Week 1. The Packers, Rams, Bengals, Cowboys and Colts are also notorious at this place.

Alarm bells are ringing in Dallas, Green Bay, Arizona and Indianapolis, while Chicago is springing up with surprising playoff dreams, New York (not the Jets) fleet) and Washington.

The water finally found the water level. But now, 1-0 is 1-0.

Here’s where each team stood after Sunday’s Week 1 game:

32. New York Jets (0-1): Terrible.

31. Atlanta Falcons (0-1): Things looked good for the Falcons until the fourth quarter, then the Saints scored 17 straight points to grab a Week 1 win . Falcon still can’t finish.

30. Seattle Seahawks (0-0): Seahawks appear to have hit rookies Charles Cross, Boyemaffe, Abraham Lucas, Kobe Bryant and Tariq Woolen . This is a great way to start rebuilding. Next comes the hard part: finding the quarterback.

29. Detroit Lions (0-1): The hard knock is over, the Lions are still the Lions.

28 . Houston Texans (0-0-1): Lowe Smith curiously coaches Texans The Man team won the first week. There won’t be a lot of people coming this season, so it stings.

27. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1):

At least their head coach was on a plane back to Duval with them after the DC Baby steps loss.

26. Tennessee Titans (0-1): The Titans are no strangers to surprise early-season losses . But those Titans have far more talent than against the Giants.

25. Carolina Panthers (0-1): Has Matt Ruhler coached Nebraska?

twenty four. New England Patriots (0-1): I don’t know why Bill Belichick was so optimistic after the Patriots’ Week 1 loss to the Dolphins. Things are so bad that there doesn’t seem to be an easy way to fix the offense.

twenty three. Arizona Cardinals (0-1): Look on the bright side, Cardinals, at least things won’t get any worse. possible.

22. Dallas Cowboys (0-1): If Dak Prescott’s hand Injury is serious, can Dallas be a trade candidate for Jimmy Garoppolo? Or did the 49ers need him more after seeing the 3-pointer on Sunday?

twenty one. Chicago Bears (1-0): The Bears defense held back the 49ers in a wet game at Soldier Field. It’s a good start to the era of Matt Eberflus, but let’s not overreact…yet.

20. New York Giants (1-0): Saquon is back. Fantasy teams everywhere rejoice.

19. Cleveland Browns (1-0): So much for Baker Mayfield’s revenge.

18. Indianapolis Colts (0-0-1):

The winner of the AFC South will be 8-8-1.

17. Commander Washington (1-0): The commander looks more competent than I expected many. They’re playing the Jaguars, but the credit goes to the credit.

16. Las Vegas Raiders (0-1): The Raiders had zero sacks and zero takeaways on Sunday against the Chargers. This is a recipe for failure.

15. San Francisco 49ers (0-1): The 49ers were sloppy and undisciplined in a surprising loss to the Bears, and their overall performance was mediocre. Week 2 has to be a proper game against the Seahawks.

14. New Orleans Saints (1-0): Welcome back, Michael Thomas.

13. Miami Dolphins (1-0): Mike McDaniel showed some good stuff in his coaching debut against the Patriots, but Finland has a lot to work out.

12. Cincinnati Bengals (0-1): For the defending AFC champions, this is a A disappointing opener. The way they fought back against the Steelers was a bright spot, though.

11. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0): The Steelers won, but at what cost? During the season in Pittsburgh, TJ Watt’s pectoral injury got worse.

10. Denver Broncos (0-0): How will the Seattle loyalists welcome Russ back to his hometown? Expect a noisy night at 12 on Monday.

9. Green Bay Packers (0-1): Aaron Rodgers may need another physical/visual pursuit to get Sunday’s performance out of his system. Replacing Davante Adams proved not so easy.

8. Los Angeles Rams (0-1): The Rams looked like Ed Helms woke up in a Vegas hotel after an overdone bachelorette party. Get rid of it, champ.

7. Baltimore Ravens (1-0): Lamar Jackson turned down $250 million and hung it up with the Jets to start his “bet yourself” tour. good.

6. Minnesota Vikings (1-0): The Vikings are going to be a problem this season.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (1-0): Keenan Allen’s injury hampered Bolt’s win in season opener, but Khalil Mack thumped in Chicago It looks brand new on the outside.

4. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0):

Eagles hype train looms after crushing Lions Jump off the track.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-0):

If this is Tom Brady’s final season, you can bet the Goats won’t leave quietly.

2, Buffalo Bills (1-0): The prettiest girl at the NFL prom was on Thursday night , and did not live up to their demands. The bill is real.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-0): Yeah…Patrick Mahomes would be fine without Tyrek Hill.



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