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After Further Review: Week 3 Power Rankings

At 3-0, the Saints are moving up the FOX 8 Power Rankings At 3-0, the Saints are moving up the FOX 8 Power Rankings

A few shakeups in the top five as the contenders are starting to rise to the top.

Week 3 Power Rankings.

1.)    Denver (3-0)- Peyton Manning put on a clinic Monday.

2.)    Seattle (3-0) - Best team in the NFC right now and with that kind of homefield advantage could potentially be very dangerous.

3.)    New Orleans (3-0) - Uh oh, Saints are 3-0 and haven't played their best on offense yet.

4.)    New England (3-0) - They have Tom Brady, so they will always be winners. But their wide receiver issues are hard to ignore. Nonetheless, they always seem to manage without them and find a way to be 2-0.

5.)    Chicago (3-0) - Trestman has helped Jay Cutler. A team that score on defense is always dangerous.

6.)    Baltimore (2-1) - Impressive win over Houston Sunday. Looks like the champs have their swag back.

7.)    Kansas City (3-0) - Nice win for Andy Reid in Philly. They play good defense and don't hurt themselves on offense. That's why they are 3-0.

8.)    Miami (3-0) A 3-0 start I didn't see coming. This young team is growing up.

9.)    Houston (2-1) - Ugly loss to Baltimore but I still think this team is legit.

10.) Cincinnati (2-1) - Wild win over Green Bay. Again, I like the makeup of this team.

 11.) Indianapolis (2-1) - Maybe the most impressive win all week. They dominated the 49ers.

12.) San Francisco (1-2) - What is going on in San Francisco?

13.) Green Bay (1-2) - Tough loss in Cincinnati. Just feel like they should be better than their record.

14.) Atlanta (1-2) - Their loss in Miami puts them two games behind the Saints in the NFC South.

15.) Dallas (2-1) - Nice win for the Cowboys over the Rams.

 16.) Tennessee (2-1)

17.) Detroit (2-1)

18.) San Diego (1-2)

19.) Philadelphia (1-2)

20.) St.Louis (1-2)

21.) Arizona (1-2)

22.) Pittsburgh (0-3)

23.) Carolina (1-2)

24.) Washington (0-3)

25.) NY Jets (2-1)

26.) NY Giants (0-3)

27.) Buffalo (1-2)

28.) Oakland (1-2)

29.) Tampa Bay (0-3)

30.) Cleveland (1-2)

31.) Minnesota (0-3)

32.) Jacksonville (0-3)

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