NFL Power Ranking: The Eagles are hurting the competition

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After two weeks of results, it’s a real shitty shoot outside the Top 10 of the NFL Power Rankings, some teams forgetting to get off the bus in Week 2 or simply failing to protect multi-score runs. Quarterback issues upend the standings as the Colts and Broncos continue to frustrate bettors. It would also be great if someone could protect Joe Burrow, starting in week 3.

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In matches on neutral ground, all the top-ranked teams would be favored or, at least, picked in this format. For two teams ranked closely together, the difference in the gap would be a home advantage (if any), which varies slightly from team to team.

NFL Power Rankings for Week 3

Ranking (last week) Crew Registration Super Bowl odds
1 (1, -) Buffalo Tickets 2-0 +400
2 (2, -) Kansas City Chiefs 2-0 +650
3 (3, -) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-0 +750
4 (5, ↑ 1) Los Angeles Rams 1-1 +1500
5 (4, ↓ 1) Los Angeles Chargers 1-1 +1500
6 (7, ↑ 1) Green Bay Packers 1-1 +1200
7 (12, ↑ 5) San Francisco 49ers 1-1 +2000
8 (13, ↑ 5) Philadelphia Eagles 2-0 +1200
9 (10, ↑ 1) Miami Dolphins 2-0 +2500
10 (8, ↓ 2) Baltimore Ravens 1-1 +1800
11 (9, ↓ 2) New Orleans Saints 1-1 +4000
12 (11, ↓ 1) Minnesota Vikings 1-1 +2500
13 (15, ↑ 2) Dallas Cowboys 1-1 +4000
14 (6, ↓ 8) Indianapolis Colts 0-0-1 +5000
15 (14, ↓ 1) Cincinnati Bengals 0-2 +3500
16 (17, ↑ 1) New England Patriots 1-1 +5000
17 (23, ↑ 6) Arizona Cardinals 1-1 +5000
18 (20, ↑ 2) Cleveland Browns 1-1 +6000
19 (16, ↓ 3) Denver Broncos 1-1 +2500
20 (18, ↓ 2) Las Vegas Raiders 0-2 +5000
21 (21, -) Tennessee Titans 0-2 +6000
22 (19, ↓ 3) Pittsburgh Steelers 1-1 +8000
23 (28, ↑ 5) Jacksonville Jaguars 1-1 +10000
24 (22, ↓ 2) Washington Commanders 1-1 +8000
25 (25, -) Detroit Lions 1-1 +10000
26 (26, -) New York Giants 2-0 +7000
27 (29, ↑ 2) Atlanta Falcons 0-2 +25000
28 (24, ↓ 4) Seattle Seahawks 1-1 +25000
29 (32, ↑ 3) New York Jets 1-1 +20000
30 (31, ↑ 1) Carolina Panthers 0-2 +25000
31 (27, ↓4) Chicago Bears 1-1 +20000
32 (30, ↓ 2) Houston Texans 0-1-1 +25000

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Odds courtesy of DraftKings. Compare updated NFL Futures odds before betting to ensure you get the best number.

Jalen plays: Philadelphia Eagles (8th)

I dropped the Eagles to 13th place last week after allowing the Lions to make it interesting at the end of Week 1, but Jalen Hurts and that defense came out and dominated Kirk Cousins ​​and the Vikings in Monday Night Football Week 2. After Justin Jefferson left in Game 1, the Eagles held him to 48 yards and Dalvin Cook to just 17 rushing. Hurts looked unstoppable in prime time and if he can kick the ball like he did on Monday night – while being as dangerous with the RPO – it could be a Top 3 offense. They are currently tied with the Chiefs and Bills in yards per game at 6.7.

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QB game: Jacksonville Jaguars (23rd)

The Jaguars lost a late lead in Week 1 but bounced back and shut out the Colts on Sunday. Trevor Lawrence looks like a Top 7 quarterback and currently ranks fourth in the EPA/game+CPOE composite, per rbsdm. His Jags are loaded with weapons on offense and the defense held Matt Ryan to -0.55 EPA/dropback on Sunday. With a new take on football, this Jaguars team can make some noise in the AFC South and still have +300 left to win the division.

It’s more like this: Chicago Bears (31st)

I wasn’t reading too much into the Bears’ Week 1 win over the 49ers and their performance on Sunday Night Football is more indicative of what this team is really about. The Bears trailed for more than 45 minutes, but only passed the ball 11 times, with Justin Fields making just seven throws. The defense had no response for Green Bay’s running game and allowed a first down (or touchdown) on 90.5% of the series Green Bay started with a run on first down. This Chicago defense knew exactly what the Packers were going to do and still couldn’t stop it. Week 3 against the even worse Texans should be the only game this club is favored all season.

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