1. Baltimore Ravens (2-0)
There is a consensus among most platforms, that the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens are the Top 2 teams in the league. However, since the Chiefs survived a nail-biter with the Chargers in Week 2, the Ravens deserve the top spot.
2. Kansas City Chiefs (2-0)
3. Seattle Seahawks (2-0)
With a big win over the Patriots in Week 2, the Seahawks prove that they are a team to be reckoned with this year. Jamal Adams wreaks havoc on the defensive side of the ball, and on the offensive side of the ball, Russell Wilson, ’nuff said.
4. Green Bay Packers (2-0)
The Green Bay Packers’ offense seems to be firing on all cylinders. The Packers offense has not managed to score 40+ points in back-to-back games since 2014. Aaron Rodgers is on fire, and the defense is not a complete slouch either.
5. Buffalo Bills (2-0)
Josh Allen is showing why he is an MVP contender. However, the Buffalo Bills team is solid. With a high-powered offense, and a solid defense, the Bills are a dangerous team.
6. Arizona Cardinals (2-0)
Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. Kyler Murray is legit. After taking down the returning NFC Champions in week one, the Cardinals handled the Washington Football Team.
7. Los Angeles Rams (2-0)
There are many questions surrounding the LA Rams. They have been an up-and-down team for the past few years. However, could the “2018 Super Bowl contending Rams” be back?
8. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0)
9. Tennessee Titans (2-0)
10. New Orleans Saints (1-1)
After a solid outing in Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Saints fell to a decent Raiders team. The Saints seemed out-of-sync, something that will come with time. One of the most talented rosters in the NFL.
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1)
Bounced back after a Week 1 loss, in a much anticipated matchup, to the Saints. With a solid win in Week 2, the Buccaneers seem to be figuring things out. The most talented team in the NFL.
12. Las Vegas Raiders (2-0)
13. New England Patriots (1-1)
14. San Francisco 49ers (1-1)
With 2 star offensive players injured in Raheem Mostert and Jimmy Garoppolo, the 49ers offense will struggle. But, with Nick Bosa out for the year with a torn ACL, the future does not look so bright for the niners.
15. Chicago Bears (2-0)
16. Los Angeles Chargers (1-1)
The Chargers displayed a good performance in their overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2. Justin Herbert looked great under center, but will Tyrod Taylor remain the starter when he returns?
17. Dallas Cowboys (1-1)
18. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1)
Minshew Mania is in full effect. While having an overtime battle with the Tennessee Titans, the Jags showed that they can compete. We know they can put up points, but the question then becomes about the defense.
19. Cleveland Browns(1-1)
20. Atlanta Falcons (0-2)
The Atlanta Falcons have potential. After a hard-fought Week 1 battle with the Seahawks, the Falcons blew a 19 point lead against the Dallas Cowboys. If they can play for the entire 4 quarters, look out!
21. Indianapolis Colts (1-1)
22. Washington Football Team (1-1)
23. Houston Texans (0-2)
24. Minnesota Vikings (0-2)
With Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins in the backfield, the Vikings always have a chance. However, the Vikings’ secondary has been struggling lately, and will be a huge concern going forward if something doesn’t change.
25. Detroit Lions (0-2)
26. Carolina Panthers (0-2)
With Christian McCaffrey out for 4-6 weeks, the pressure will be on Teddy Bridgewater to make some magic happen. The Panthers just lost, possibly, the most valuable back in the league.
27. Denver Broncos (0-2)
28. Philadelphia Eagles (0-2)
29. Cincinnati Bengals (0-2)
There is some possible upside. Before Joe Burrow took the reins to the offense, there was no will to win. With Burrow under center, and Mixon in the backfield, this team seems to have a spark in them.