4. Tennessee Titans (+0)
The Tennessee Titans could truly land anywhere in the top 5 of these power rankings and it would be hard to argue.
On one hand, they have the highest-scoring offense in the NFL and they have the potential to be the first team in history to finish with two 1,000 yard receivers and a 2,000 yard running back. Their offense is so balanced and so brutally efficient, that even great defenses can only hope to slow it down until Arthur Smith and Ryan Tannehill figure out a way to beat it.
On the other hand, Mike Vrabel and Shane Bowen are tied at dead last when you talk about defensive play-callers. Regardless of who is on the field on either side of the ball, they manage to find ways to put people in the wrong position and to spread confusion through each level of the defense like kudzu.
One side the ball is a masterpiece and the other side of the ball looks like the worst stall in a truck stop bathroom. It all just depends on which one of those sides is stronger on that day.
3. Buffalo Bills (+0)
It is hard to take much away from the beatdown against the Denver Broncos except for the fact that the Bills aren’t a team that is just going to give away wins for free. The Bills are on a mission right now and Josh Allen isn’t built for conservative gameplans.
With no real running game to get excited about, the Bills are going to tear people apart through the air and after a scary moment with an injury to Stefon Diggs, it seems like they are going to be able to do that as long as they want.
The Bills have games against the Patriots and Dolphins left on the schedule and those division games can be harder than people realize, but with their playoff spot locked up, it doesn’t really matter.