AFC Power Rankings Week 2: Titan Sized Sweet—And Not So Sweet—16

Next2 of 5Prev
Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

AFC Power Rankings: Outside the Top 10

AFC Power Rankings Week 2: Titan Sized Sweet—And Not So Sweet—16

Sep 15, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (32) on the sidelines during a game against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum. Oakland won 19-9. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports

16 Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2)
The Jaguars are an early 19.5-point underdog to the Seattle Seahawks. After two weeks, there’s no doubt that this is the worst AFC team.

15 Pittsburgh Steelers (0-2)
Here’s a team that has scored 19 points in its first two games. Their season is all-but-over if they can’t manage a Week 3 home victory against the undefeated Chicago Bears.

14 Cleveland Browns (0-2)
One touchdown in two weeks with Norv Turner as offensive coordinator? There are so many holes in that offense. If the Steelers and Browns played, would either team reach 10 points? 10 points combined?

13 Oakland Raiders (1-1)
Seeing that the Denver Broncos host the Raiders on Monday Night Football, I’d like to ask whoever is in charge of scheduling those games: Who thought a Monday Night Football showdown between these two teams was a good idea?

12 New York Jets (1-1)
They’ve played competitive football. Not too surprising with a Rex Ryan defense. But with Geno Smith and that offense, this team isn’t heading anywhere near the postseason.

11 Buffalo Bills (1-1)
Bills fans only needed two games to see EJ Manuel do what Titans fans are hoping Jake Locker can do: orchestrate a game-winning drive toward the end of regulation.

Next2 of 5Prev
Use your ← → (arrows) to browse
Next Titans Game View full schedule »
Saturday, Aug 2323 Aug7:00at Atlanta FalconsBuy Tickets

Tags: NFL Power Rankings Tennessee Titans