Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds decides w*ho tops the Power Rankings after Week 3 of the NFL season?*
I refuse to drop the Jags too far following their dismal showing against Tennessee last week, but I am putting them on notice. Consistency over occasional brilliance is the goal in Jacksonville.
One win does not cure all of the Steelers' woes and they are having a hard time locking down opposing offenses. But there is just too much talent on this team for me to write them off.
Ryan Fitzpatrick simply has to keep the job at quarterback in Tampa after an NFL-record three straight 400-yard passing days. Jameis can wait.
It feels like the Ravens are an after-thought every single weekend. Yet they keep proving themselves to be a feisty, aggressive and competitive team, particularly on the defensive side of the ball.
Efe Obada grabbed so many of the headlines in the UK last weekend but let's also give a very notable nod to a Carolina rushing attack that racked up more than 200 against Cincinnati.
The Falcons are another team that is exciting to watch but who cannot stop anyone on defense - feels like there are a lot of those in this season. Will the injuries prove too much to overcome though?
The four turnovers against Carolina last week were concerning but this is still a talented team and one that should end the year much higher on these rankings. There is still much to like here.
Mike Vrabel is coaching his tail off to get the injury-afflicted Titans to 2-1 on the season. It is one of the better coaching jobs of the year so far. How long can he keep pulling rabbits out of the hat?
Earl Thomas insists he will limit his practice time as he seeks a long-term deal in Seattle or a trade. He doesn't need to practice as evidenced by his two-interception display last Sunday night.
Great quarterbacks can raise the level of play of those around them, even if they don't work with stellar receivers and tight ends. It is becoming clear that Dak Prescott is incapable of doing just that.
Oh, how New York Jets fans are dreaming of those heady days of Week 1, when they celebrated a road win in Detroit like the lifting of the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Now? Back to reality.
The Texans are one of the biggest disappointments of this young season and own the NFL's longest losing streak of nine games dating back to last year. But at least JJ Watt is balling once again.