Buffalo Bills rebound in Week 3 AFC power rankings

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12. New England Patriots (0 - 2)

The New England Patriots haven't won a game but, in their defense, they have faced a formidable schedule so far. They lost to the Philadelphia Eagles last week and the Miami Dolphins this week. In both games, they were competitive but New England does not have the horsepower offensively to compete with the better teams in the NFL.

11. Tennessee Titans (1 - 1)

It's no secret that I'm not a fan of Ryan Tannehill but the Titans still pulled out a win against the Los Angeles Chargers and Tannehill played well. He completed 20 of 24 pass attempts and a touchdown. At this point in the season, I'm not sure if this game says more about the Chargers or the Titans but time will tell. To that point though, the Chargers are currently the statistically worst defense in the NFL.

10. Pittsburgh Steelers (1 - 1)

Some Pittsburgh Steelers fans are beginning to question whether Kenny Picket is a franchise quarterback or not. He didn't play well last week and this week, he only completed 50% of his passes, with a touchdown and an interception. The Steelers won because of their defense, not because of their offense. If the Steelers are going to continue winning, Pickett and the offense are going to have to be much better.

9. Los Angeles Chargers (0 - 2)

The Chargers' downfall this season is going to be their defense, which has been the case for the last few years. After two weeks now, the Chargers defense is ranked dead last in the NFL. I'm also not a fan of head coach Brandon Staley. Some of his decisions in games have cost the Chargers wins, not to mention the Chargers' epic collapse last season in the playoffs.