NFL Power Ranking: Titans top AFC South after preseason’s first week

Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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NFL Power Rankings: Number 13, Pittsburgh Steelers

Beaten, battered, and, more than likely, embarrassed after one of the more memorable collapses in NFL history, the Pittsburgh Steelers are back to throw their hats into what might be one of the more interesting divisional races in the National Football League.

The Cincinnati Bengals, as mentioned earlier,  aren’t quite ready to contend with the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, or Pittsburgh Steelers quite yet, but every interdivisional clash between these rivals will be must-see television. Don’t count Pittsburgh out just yet.

NFL Power Rankings: Number 12, San Francisco 49ers

If this Trey Lance selection works out for the San Francisco 49ers, we might be talking about him as the quarterback that wound up in the best situation of any signal-caller in the 2021 NFL Draft class.

The Niners have a talented and stocked roster, and while Jimmy Garoppolo is still hanging around, it looks like Lance is the guy that this franchise actually wants under center.
Now, ask yourselves a serious question. Can you imagine what this young man can accomplish under a quarterback whisperer like Kyle Shanahan?