NFL Power Rankings Week 1: Kansas City Chiefs set the tone

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The first 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

It is hard to believe that we are here, the first NFL Power Rankings of the 2020 NFL season.

Tonight there is an actual NFL game with real stakes and real implications, and aside from most stadiums being empty for a few weeks, this should look and feel almost identical to a regular NFL season.

That isn’t to say that there won’t be some bumps along the way, I mean the NFL has a huge turnover rate and the league simultaneously adapted a limited offseason and no preseason games.

This is going to be a tough transition to any team that needed to add players in free agency this year and don’t even start talking about rookies.

With that in mind, let’s go through these power rankings and see the best and worst that the NFL is going to have to offer this season.

32. Jacksonville Jaguars

-At this point, people are trying to find a win on the schedule for the Jaguars and it really doesn’t help when you try to make the case for a team that is casting off their best players as quickly as possible.

Sorry Trevor Lawrence, you deserved better.

31. New York Jets

-From a team that is trying to tank, to a team that can’t seem to help it, the New York Jets may be the NFL franchise who is in the worst situation when everything is said and done.

The hopes are that Mekhi Becton can make the leap from Louisville to the NFL and anchor the left side of the line, but other than that the Jets have very little at the premium positions. Quarterback, cornerback, EDGE, and offensive tackle all have to be addressed after the season and in all likelihood, head coach will be on that list as well.

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