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NFL Week 3 Power Rankings

My NFL power rankings, and where the Titans rank in the power rankings around the web.

Wesley Hitt

Power rankings are very fluid this time of year.  In my opinion, it takes about a quarter of the season for a team to prove what they really are.  That is why the records for some teams don't match-up with where they are ranked.  There could be some big adjustments once the calendar turns to October.

I will post the Titans rankings from around the web as they become available.  Here are my rankings:

1. Philadelphia Eagles (LW:3)

2. Seattle Seahawks (LW:1)

3. Denver Broncos (LW:2)

4. Cincinnati Bengals (LW:6)

5. Green Bay Packers (LW:7)

6. Carolina Panthers (LW:11)

7. Atlanta Falcons (LW:4)

8. San Francisco 49ers (LW:8)

9. Detroit Lions (LW:9)

10. New England Patriots (LW:10)

11. New Orleans Saints (LW:5)

12. San Diego Chargers (LW:17)

13. Arizona Cardinals (LW:15)

14. Indianapolis Colts (LW:12)

15. Baltimore Ravens (LW:18)

16. Tennessee Titans (LW:13)

17. Pittsburgh Steelers (LW:14)

18. Buffalo Bills (LW:22)

19. Miami Dolphins (LW:16)

20. New York Jets (LW:21)

21. Kansas City Chiefs (LW:19)

22. Chicago Bears (LW:23)

23. Dallas Cowboys (LW:25)

24. Minnesota Vikings (LW:20)

25. Houston Texans (LW:29)

26. Washington Redskins (LW:30)

27. Cleveland Browns (LW:31)

28. New York Giants (LW:26)

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW:24)

30. Oakland Raiders (LW:28)

31. St. Louis Rams (LW:32)

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (LW:27)

Titans Rankings

SB Nation: 26


26. Tennessee Titans (No. 21; 1-1): At least no one pulled an Albert Haynesworth during the Cowboys’ return to Nashville for the first time since Andre Gurode’s forehead was shredded.


27. Was the first game an aberration or was the second game the real Titans? They sure didn't look good against the Cowboys.
24. Delanie Walker was the first Titan with 10 catches for 140 yards and a touchdown since Drew Bennett in 2004. Other than that, not a pretty Week 2 for Tennessee.