Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds decides w*ho tops the Power Rankings after Week 2 of the NFL season?*
The red-hot Rams are 2-0 for the first time since 2001 and well worth being considered top dog in the NFC. This is a complete team on either side of the ball and a genuine title contender.
Since training camp, Antonio Brown has called one reporter a clown, threatened to "test the jaw" of an ESPN scribe and responded to further criticism this week by tweeting "trade me then." Worrying.
What impressed me the most about Denver's come-from-behind win over the Raiders was that they had to scratch and claw their way to the victory. That didn't happen nearly enough in 2018.
There is no doubt that this is a talented team, but we should all be a little worried about the fact that Cam Newton has been Carolina's leading rusher in each of the first two weeks of the year.
Adam Gase made significant changes to his roster for 2018 and even chose the team captains himself, making it clear he wants certain types of players leading the way. It is working so far.
Jimmy Garoppolo produced a much tidier display at quarterback in Week 2 and his Niners held on for a first win of the new year. The defense could tighten up a bit though after shipping 427 yards.
Jon Gruden must feel sick. Well, he would if he wasn't earning $10 million per season for the next 10 years. They say the first win is the hardest to get and the Raiders came very close in Week 2.
It looks like years of playing behind a shocking offensive line has had an impact on Russell Wilson, who looks more erratic and hassled than ever before.
The Lions have gone 70 straight games without a 100-yard rusher. They have fallen quite a way from where they were in 2017 and it makes me wonder what Jim Caldwell did to deserve the sack.
The Factory of Sadness is ramping up production now we're fully into the new season and with Christmas coming up, they are finding new and improved ways to break hearts in Cleveland.