Week 2 NFL Power Rankings: Overreaction edition

The New England Patriots were the heavy favorites heading into the season, but with a loss in their opener, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are now outside the top three.

The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t reached the AFC Championship Cheap Pro Jerseys in 24 years and haven’t played in a Super Bowl since the merger. By the early looks of it, the Football Power Index’s Week 2 leader has a fighting chance to change that history.

The 2017 NFL season is finally here. After Thursday night’s appetizer between the Chiefs and Patriots, we’re getting the main course of Week 1 with 12 games scheduled on Sunday. There were originally 13 before the Buccaneers/Dolphins game was moved to Week 11 due to Hurricane Irma.

One of the most intriguing contests of the early slate features a potential playoff preview between the Raiders and Titans. Last year, Oakland reached the playoffs for the first time since 2002, led by Derek Carr and Defensive Player of the Year Khalil Mack. The Titans went 9-7 and loaded up the offense with the additions of Eric Decker and Corey Davis, giving Marcus Mariota more weapons to work with. Both teams sport young, exciting talent, making this a must-see game.

Another early game to watch for will be the Eagles traveling to Washington in an NFC East showdown. The Eagles are hoping for big things from second-year quarterback Carson Wentz, while Washington needs Kirk Cousins to have another strong year after losing DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon in free agency. Both teams missed Cheap Queensland Reds Jerseys the playoffs last year and there will be no margin for error in a competitive division.

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