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

Ryan Tannehill #17, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Silas Walker/Getty Images)
Ryan Tannehill #17, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Silas Walker/Getty Images) /
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Matthew Stafford #9, Los Angeles Rams
Matthew Stafford #9, Los Angeles Rams (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images) /

Let’s put a bow on Week 4’s NFL Power Rankings.

4. Buffalo Bills (2-1)

Maybe they were victims of some first-week jitters, but this version of the Buffalo Bills looks nothing like the team that lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. They’ve scored 78 points in the past two weeks.

3. Green Bay Packers (2-1)

What if it turns out that the best decision the Green Bay Packers have made over the past five years was ticking their future Hall of Fame quarterback off? Aaron Rodgers is on a mission, and that appears to be bad news for the rest of the NFC. Don’t count The Pack out.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-1)

Okay, so there won’t be a 17-0 march through the regular season, but that’s okay. It’s much too early to tell whether or not this is accurate, but last week’s game could be a preview of a playoff game that we’ll be watching come January.

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1. Los Angeles Rams (3-0)

Those of you who are old enough to remember the first time that football was in Los Angeles, courtesy of the Rams, may or may not remember a time where offense, defense, and coaching were all working together as successfully as they are now.

The Rams are so good that Tom Brady can pass for 400 yards and they can win anyway, but just so we’re clear, there’s something else that definitely deserves a mention. If Matthew Stafford wins a Super Bowl in his first season with a new team, the Detroit Lions, most certainly have a lot that they need to talk about as an organization.