NFL Power Rankings Week 3: Bengals Get Their Due

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NFL Power Rankings take a look ahead at week three now that all that remains of week two is Jets-Colts on Monday Night Football. NFL Power Rankings for week 3 have been finalized after MNF.

Sep 20, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) walks off the field after an apparent injury during the first half against the Arizona Cardinals at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Week 3 NFL Power Rankings: 26-32

Are the Saints the worst team in the NFL? Probably not, but losing at home to the Bucs can’t happen. It just can’t. Losing on the road at Arizona is one thing, losing at home to the Bucs is another.. 0-2. Last Week: 19. New Orleans Saints . 32. player. 15

Last Week: 31. Cleveland Browns . 31. player. 53. Fans in Cleveland might think the Browns deserve better but a home win over the Titans isn’t much to be proud of. Of the likely bottom of the league trio of the Browns, Titans and Bucs, the Browns have the least impressive win.. 1-1

Chicago Bears . 30. player. 57. At some point it the jollies over a <a href=. 0-2. Last Week: 26

A win in New Orleans is a nice result for the young Bucs, but does that mean their high point of the season came in week two?. 1-1. Last Week: 32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers . 29. player. 48

Tennessee Titans . 28. player. 35. After a loss to the Browns, the high from the week one blowout win over the Bucs is over. Back to reality.. 1-1. Last Week: 25

10. Two starting quarterbacks and two losses in as many games.. 0-2. Last Week: 24. Houston Texans . 27. player

31. Instead of bouncing back after what should have been a win over the Cowboys in week one, the Giants can’t get it done in their home debut.. 0-2. Last Week: 22. New York Giants . 26. player

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