NFL Power Rankings Week 2: Chiefs rush
After what happened in Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season, we have new NFL Power Rankings, now for Week 2 and needless to say, the weekend results changed quite a bit.
1. Buffalo Notes
Previous week position: 1 (=)
The Bills looked totally like the team we expected to see this season. Balloon deliveries were an unexpected problem, but they knew how to move forward.
2. Kansas City Chiefs
Previous week: 4 (+2)
Their performance against the Cardinals makes us think that this team has not lost a step despite the departure of Tyreek Hill. And that’s very bad news for everyone at the AFC.
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Previous week: 3 (=)
Tom Brady continues his hot streak against the Cowboys and the Buccaneers were saved from a Week 1 upset.
4. Los Angeles Rams
Previous week: 2 (-2)
Sean McVay’s decision not to use his starters for the entire preseason has consequences. These Rams should be back in shape in a few weeks.
5. Philadelphia Eagles
Previous week: 8 (+3)
The most important thing for Philadelphia is that they managed to get the win against tough Lions. Now it’s all about continuing to add in the weeks to come.
6. Los Angeles Chargers
Previous week: 10 (+4)
While Justin Herbert’s three touchdowns are a crucial part of the win, it’s worth noting the three sacks Khalil Mack got against a team that decided they didn’t want to pay him a better contract a few years ago. years.
7. Cincinnati Bengals
Previous week: 5 (-2)
These are the kind of games you don’t want to lose, but the Bengals have been affected. We’ll see how quickly they can recover from this loss and all the turnovers they’ve had.
8. San Francisco 49ers
Previous week: 7 (-1)
While the loss to the Bears is surprising, it’s no cause for alarm. We just have to wait for this team to find its rhythm.
The best teams in the NFL Power Rankings from 9th to 16th place:
9. Baltimore Ravens
Previous week: 13 (+4)
After the good game against the Jets comes a much tougher challenge for the Ravens, as they face a Dolphins team that also looked good this week.
10. Green Bay Packers
Previous week: 6 (-4)
Many teams wait forever for a franchise QB they can surround with talent. The Packers, for some reason, don’t have that urgency, and Aaron Rodgers has fewer and fewer options at wide receiver.
11. Tennessee Titans
Previous week: 9 (-2)
Nobody’s saying the Titans can’t be a postseason team because they lost Week 1, but it’s possible to think that result will weigh in later.
12. Arizona Cardinals
Previous week: 11 (-1)
The good news for the Cardinals is that the 49ers and Rams lost. The bad news is that the loss to the Chiefs will put a lot of pressure on Kliff Kingsbury, especially the way it went.
13. Indianapolis Colts
Previous week: 12 (-1)
Considering Matt Ryan threw for 352 yards and Jonathan Taylor rushed for 161, it’s basically unbelievable that they didn’t get the win.
14. Pittsburgh Steelers
Previous week: 17 (+3)
Beating the Bengals is useful, the downside is that apparently this victory was very expensive, since they will be without TJ Watt for several weeks.
15. Miami Dolphins
Previous week: 18 (+3)
The victory against the Patriots helps the morale of the Dolphins. Now, a win over Baltimore would do wonders for the spirit of this team.
16. Denver Broncos
Previous week: 15 (-1)
The number of times the Broncos find such a motivated rival will be counted, that’s a fact. And they should also consider changing their goal-line games.
Our NFL Power Rankings with teams 17-24:
17. Minnesota Vikings
Previous week: 22 (+5)
One of Minnesota’s big complaints with Mike Zimmer was that he didn’t let the passing game come first. It looks like with Justin Jefferson at this level, that won’t be an issue now.
18. Adventurers of Las Vegas
Previous week: 16 (-2)
Given the result of this game and the Chiefs’ good play against Arizona, the Raiders must be aware that they have to improve a lot and very soon.
19. New Orleans Saints
Previous week: 20 (+1)
Victory against the Falcons was much closer than expected, but they managed to get the win. At least for now, they are still the second-best team in the division.
20. Cleveland Browns
Previous week: 21 (+1)
Week 1 of acting Jacoby Brissett was positive. Now we have to see if they can sustain this trend for another week.
21. Dallas Cowboys
Previous week: 14 (-7)
Of all the things that could go wrong for the Cowboys in Week 1, they all went wrong. The onset of the Cooper Rush era only complicates the picture further.
22. Washington Commanders
Previous week: 23 (+1)
It wasn’t a pretty win, but it signals that this team’s offense can be quite good with the Terry McLaurin/Curtis Samuel/Jahan Dotson line.
23. New England Patriots
Previous week: 19 (-4)
Things didn’t start well in New England, and if they don’t improve soon, they could go down to 0-2 after the Steelers game.
24. Seattle Seahawks
Previous week: 25 (+1)
We all knew it was the most important match on the calendar for them. Now it’s time to see how much of that excitement can carry over to the rest of the season.
The worst teams in our NFL Power Rankings:
25. New York Giants
Previous week: 28 (+3)
The Brian Daboll era started with a win, and now the Giants find themselves in unusual territory: with a record over .500. We’ll see how far they can stretch the brand.
26. Chicago Bears
Previous week: 29 (+3)
In view of everything that has been said about this team, victory comes from wonder. Now, it’s hard to think that the year will be totally positive in Chicago.
27. Detroit Lions
Previous week: 26 (-1)
The Lions fought a lot against a team considered much better than them and ended up losing very little. So we are in 2021 again.
28. Carolina Panthers
Previous week: 24 (-4)
Matt Rhule’s junior year began with a heartbreaking loss. We’ll see if he manages to turn things around soon or if this team relapses into the problems of years gone by.
29. Atlanta Falcons
Previous week: 27 (-2)
I don’t know what was more painful, whether the Saints gave them 17 points in the fourth quarter or Kyle Pitts walked away with 2 receptions for 19 yards.
30. Jacksonville Jaguars
Previous week: 31 (+1)
There are games that are lost and games that are dropped. The Jaguars basically let the game go with all the mistakes they made. Fortunately they are more beautiful than last year.
31. New York Jets
Previous week: 30 (-1)
OK, if anyone had any questions about Joe Flacco’s quality right now, they already have the answer. Now the Jets hope to have Zach Wilson soon.
32. Houston Texans
Previous week: 32 (=)
Considering Matt Ryan threw for 352 yards and Jonathan Taylor rushed for 161, it’s basically unbelievable that they didn’t take the loss.
These are our 2022 NFL Power Rankings for Week 2 of this season. What changes would you make? We are waiting for your comments under this article and on our social networks.
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