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

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NFL Power Rankings: Number 9, Seattle Seahawks

If history hasn’t taught us anything else, it should be this. Some of the NFL’s best players can find their way to the Pacific Northwest, leave, and go somewhere else, but regardless of how many times that happens, as long as the Seattle Seahawks keep trotting Russell Wilson out onto the field, they have a chance to win every doggone game they suit up for.

It’s amazing that, year after year, we’ve watched this guy overcome everything from the loss of elite teammates to bad offensive line play, but that’s exactly what’s gone on. How this man hasn’t won an MVP trophy or earned a First-Team All-Pro nod is baffling.

The Titans get a first-hand look at the Seahawks in Week 2 of the regular season. That will go a long way in showing everyone how good this pass rush has gotten.

NFL Power Rankings: Number 8, Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams figure to look different this season than they’ve looked in previous years now that they’ve upgraded at the quarterback position. Matt Stafford has to be seen as an upgrade over Jared Goff right?

The Tennessee Titans get a first-hand look at one of the NFC’s best teams in Week 9 in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium. If everything goes according to plan, this could be the first of two Titans visits to the City of Angels this season.