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

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NFL Power Rankings: Number 21, Denver Broncos

It seems like we’ve been saying the same thing about the Denver Broncos since Tim Tebow was in town. If this team can find a quarterback, they can win a Super Bowl.

Drew Lock isn’t the answer. He’s a very likable guy, but Denver is never going to be able to challenge Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs with him under center. That’s been proven already.

NFL Power Rankings: Number 20, Indianapolis Colts

In many NFL circles, there are so many pundits that are bent on kicking the Tennessee Titans off of their perch as the number one team in the AFC East so that they can give that spot to the Indianapolis Colts, and for what? Carson Wentz?

Now, let’s not act like the Indianapolis Colts are a dumpster fire. They have a great owner (Jim Irsay). They’re led by a top-tier general manager (Chris Ballard). They’re coached well by one of the game’s great offensive minds (Frank Reich).

The Colts can be a very good team or they can win six games. Both scenarios are likely, but for now, everyone should calm down. Right now, all the Colts are capable of being is what they’ve been since last season, the second-best team in the AFC South.