NFL Power Rankings: Tennessee Titans are among NFL’s top 15 teams

Ryan Tannehill #17, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Silas Walker/Getty Images)
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Here are your NFL Power Rankings for Week 4.

It won’t be long before we’re putting the bow on the first month of the NFL season. Every sports publication seems to be releasing its own version of NFL Power Rankings. What have we learned?

Frankly, it doesn’t take much to come up with a few theories that, honestly, sound exactly like some of the same narratives that are always present at this time of year.

Teams are better than we thought. Some teams are worse than we’ve imagined. The Tennessee Titans have been up and down, but they’re still the AFC South’s best team.

All that they have to do is make the playoffs, which they should, and then, anything can happen. How does the rest of the league look? Here’s an attempt to answer that question. Here are your NFL Power Rankings ahead of Week 4’s games. We begin with the lower tiers.

32. New York Jets (0-3)

It’s amazing how much better Sam Darnold looks now that he’s on a better roster with superior coaching, doesn’t it? The message to Zach Wilson is simple. Run! Leave town! Get out of there while you still can!

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)

Trevor Lawrence has lost his first three games, something that’s never happened since he figured out what football was and decided to play.

30. New York Giants (0-3)

Come on man. They blew a lead at home to the lowly Atlanta Falcons… The Falcons!

29. Chicago Bears (1-2)

It’s the same old story in Chicago. The Bears are solid and set on defense. The offense isn’t helping them any.