NFL Week 2 Power Rankings

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Sep 8, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants running back David Wilson (22) fumbles the ball in the third quarter against Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Nick Hayden (96) and linebacker Sean Lee (50) at AT

22. New York Giants (0-1) Wait, I think David Wilson just coughed up another one.

21. Carolina Panthers (0-1) Had a golden opportunity to knock off the Seahawks, but you have to score some points.

20. Tennessee Titans (1-0) Could Gregg Williams turn this defense around to make some noise in the AFC South?

19. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) Chip Kelly’s offense impressed in their debut. Can they keep up that pace?

18. St Louis Rams (1-0) Sam Bradford has a lot of new weapons but can the Rams challenge in the competitive NFC West?

17. Washington Redskins (0-1) RGIII hurried back, but with no preseason reps it will take time to shake the rust off.

16. Baltimore Ravens (0-1) It’s only some latent fear of Ray Lewis that compels me to rank them this high.

15. Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) If you beat up on the Jaguars, does it really count?

14. Miami Dolphins (1-0) Big road win gets them off to a fast start. Mike Wallace on the other hand… not so much.

13. Detroit Lions (1-0) Could Reggie Bush be the missing ingredient? They’ll go as far as Ndamukong Suh’s stupidity takes them.

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