2019 NFL Power Rankings: Week Two

09/10/2019

Here at the ICT Zone, our power rankings are based on a very simple philosophy. To be the man you gotta beat the man, if a lower ranked team beats a higher ranked team, then the two teams automatically swap spots regardless of results from prior weeks. With that, we kick off the 2019 NFL season.

Week one of the NFL season did not go as many assumed. Lamar Jackson all of a sudden looked like the greatest quarterback of all time, the Titans beat down the Browns, and Sammy Watkins looked like he was back at Clemson again. This NFL season promises to be one of the most entertaining in recent years with no clear favorites for any of the major individual awards. We'll see how the season unfolds but for now here are our rankings for the first week.

Tune in next week to see how things shake up.


1. Baltimore Ravens

(1-0) 


2. Tennessee Titans

(1-0)


3. New England Patriots

(1-0) 


4. Dallas Cowboys

(1-0)


5. Minnesota Vikings

(1-0) 


6. Kansas City Chiefs

(1-0)


7. San Francisco 49ers

(1-0) 


8. Oakland Raiders

(1-0)


9. Green Bay Packers

(1-0) 


10. Los Angeles Chargers

(1-0)


11. Philadelphia Eagles

(1-0) 


12. Los Angeles Rams

(1-0)


13. New Orleans Saints

(1-0) 


14. Buffalo Bills

(1-0)


15. Seattle Seahawks

(1-0)


16. Detroit Lions

(0-0-1)


17. Arizona Cardinals

(0-0-1)


18. Cincinnati Bengals

(0-1)


19. New York Jets

(0-1)


20. Houston Texans

(0-1)


21. Carolina Panthers

(0-1)


22. Washington

(0-1)


23. Indianapolis Colts

(0-1)


24. Chicago Bears

(0-1)


25. Denver Broncos

(0-1)


26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(0-1)


27. Jacksonville Jaguars

(0-1)


28. Atlanta Falcons

(0-1)


29. New York Giants

(0-1)


30. Pittsburgh Steelers

(0-1)


31. Cleveland Browns

(0-1)


32.  Miami Dolphins

(0-1)



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