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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This NFL Power Rankings list has some interesting teams outside of the top ten.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2)

Over the course of the past two seasons, Pittsburgh has gone from being contenders to pretenders twice.  The curious case of this Steelers team continues.

19. Seattle Seahawks (1-2)

The Seahawks are struggling. After an opening weekend win, Seattle is the loser of two straight. It won’t get any easier as the rival San Francisco 49ers are the opponent in Week 4.

18. Cincinnati Bengals (2-1)

Look at the surprising Bengals! Now, honestly, how many of you had them at 2-1 and in a three-way tie for the AFC North lead after three weeks?

17. Minnesota Vikings (1-2)

The Vikings are probably looking around and asking themselves what life would be like had they had some sort of reset button. This team could literally be 3-0 at the moment.

16. New Orleans Saints (2-1)

Some of you wanted to dismiss the New Orleans Saints after the loss to Carolina. That’s because you aren’t valuing the Panthers as much as you should (more on that in a second).

Here’s something that you can be certain of in 2021. The Saints are going to win and win often.