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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We’ve reached the top ten of Week 4’s NFL Power Rankings.

10. Los Angeles Chargers (2-1)

There’s been no sophomore slump for Chargers second-year gunslinger Justin Herbert. How fun was it to watch him and Patrick Mahomes go at it in Week 3? How fun is it going to be to watch them battle one another twice a year for the foreseeable future?

9. Las Vegas Raiders (3-0)

Talk about your surprise teams. Love them or hate them, football is oftentimes a lot more fun when the Raiders are good. Now, many of you are young and have no memory of when that was. Trust us though. The Raiders used to be good, and the NFL was a whole heck of a lot of fun.

8. Cleveland Browns (2-1)

The Cleveland Browns have been dealing with something that they haven’t dealt with in a while, expectations. So far, so good. The Dawg Pound is barking again, and Cleveland is on its way to making some major noise in 2021.

7. San Francisco 49ers (2-1)

The San Francisco 49ers, after falling behind early on Sunday Night Football, flipped a switch and came within seconds of beating Aaron Rodgers and company, literally. Who knew that you couldn’t leave 37 seconds on the clock for that guy?

6. Kansas City Chiefs (1-2)

There’s no need to panic if you’re a Kansas City Chiefs fan. If you look around, you’ll notice that no one is panicking. They lost two games to two very good teams. They’ll figure things out and be right in the thick of things at the season’s end. You just wait and see.

5. Baltimore Ravens (2-1)

There were a few votes to place K.C. ahead of Baltimore, but it came down to a coin flip and the theory that you can’t put the Ravens behind the Chiefs when they just handed them an L recently.