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

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NFL Power Rankings: Number 4, Buffalo Bills

The argument can be made that, if the Buffalo Bills wind up with home-field advantage throughout the AFC Playoffs, there’s no reason to believe Buffalo won’t be hoisting the Lamar Hunt Trophy at the game’s conclusion.

All it would take for that to happen would be a phenomenal performance by Josh Allen, which he’s fully capable of. He’s gotten better each season, and now, that he’s signed and will be in upstate New York for a while, the Bills have football’s most important position figured out.

That’s a very good thing as they’ve had their defense figured out for a while. The addition of Stefon Diggs a season ago and Emmanuel Sanders this offseason make this one of the more formidable offenses in all of football.

NFL Power Rankings: Number 3, Green Bay Packers

Did you see what happened last season when this organization ticked Aaron Rodgers off? You do realize he might be even angrier now than he was at this time last year right? How crazy is that?

The reigning MVP is back to lead the mighty Green Bay Packers through a 2021 NFL season, one in which they hope they take the next step which, in their case means they make it all the way to Inglewood, California for the NFL’s final game of the season, a game that’s scheduled for Sunday, February 13th at SoFi Stadium.

If you’re the Packers, do you dare experiment with the idea of doing something petty to make him even angrier?