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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28. Houston Texans (1-2)

Well, the Texans aren’t lying down for anyone, and good for them. They just don’t have enough talent though.

27. Detroit Lions (0-3)

Dare we say that the Detroit Lions could very easily be 2-1 right now? That’s the way the ball bounces in the NFL sometimes. Yes, the pun was intended.

26. Atlanta Falcons (1-2)

The Falcons got a win in Week 2. Who in the heck saw that coming? They may be able to put something together with upcoming games versus the Washington Football Team and New York Jets on the schedule.

25. Indianapolis Colts (0-3)

The Carson Wentz experiment isn’t going any better than the Philip Rivers project went in 2020. As a matter of fact, it’s worse. Indy got off to a 4-2 start in 2020. They’re 0-3 a year later.

24. Washington Football Team (1-2)

Aside from being led by Ron Rivera, unless you’re a fan, this team’s defense is really the only reason to be excited about this team.

23. Philadelphia Eagles (1-2)

Despite an embarrassing loss to the rival Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles are still the NFC East’s second-best team. Unfortunately, that isn’t saying much.

22. New England Patriots (1-2)

The New England Patriots are getting pretty comfortable with landing in that sub-.500 range. For the second time in two seasons, the Pats have notched their second loss in the first month of the season.

21. Miami Dolphins (1-2)

There’s no Tua Tagovailoa. There aren’t any real signs of life, and the Miami Dolphins, again, are a middle-of-the-pack AFC team.