Here's our TNT power rankings for Week 3. I dropped the Seattle Seahawks down three spots from No. 26 to No. 29 this week.
And here's how other folks nationally have Seattle ranked.
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I’m sensing a trend here. ESPN’s panelist of experts ranks Seattle the worst team in football.
1. Green Bay (1) (2-0): Aaron Rodgers is 13-6 against NFC North teams, including 5-2 against the Bears, the Packers’ opponent today.
2. New England (2) (2-0): Patriots leaning on two tight-end sets. Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez have combined for 24 receptions and 5 TDs.
3. Houston (5) (2-0): The Texans seek their first-ever 3-0 start with a win at New Orleans.
4. New Orleans (6) (1-1): The Saints have outscored their opponents 128-78 in winning four of their last five home games.
5. N.Y. Jets (7) (2-0): The Jets face a tough test on the road in Oakland – Raiders averaging 160.5 yards a game on the ground.
6. Philadelphia (3) (1-1): Looks like Mike Vick has recovered enough from last week’s concussion to make the start on Sunday against the N.Y. Giants.
7. Pittsburgh (9) (1-1): Steelers will blitz Colts QB Kerry Collins early and often.
8. San Diego (8) (1-1): Chargers get a bye this week – also known as hosting the Kansas City Chiefs. 9. Atlanta (10) (1-1): 35-year-old Tony Gonzalez still getting it done, with 12 rec. for 155 yards and 2 TDs in first two games.
10. Detroit (12) (2-0): Quarterback Matthew Stafford has his team’s offense rolling. The Lions are second in the league in scoring at 37.5 points a contest.
11. Baltimore (4) (1-1): Rookie WR Torrey Smith needs to step up with Lee Evans (ankle) ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Rams.
12. Buffalo (14) (2-0): Fred Jackson leads the league in rushing with 229 yards and two touchdowns, and now he wants to be paid like an elite back. 13. Tampa Bay (13) (1-1): Bucs trying to break five-game losing streak against Falcons. 14. Chicago (11) (1-1): The Bears already have allowed 11 sacks, and face Clay Mathews and the rest of Green Bay’s imposing defensive front on Sunday. 15. Washington (18) (2-0): Redskins get a boost on defense, with safety LaRon Landry making his season debut after missing the first two weeks with a hamstring injury. 16. N.Y. Giants (19) (1-1): No fake injuries this week for the Giants, they’ve got real ones to deal with at receiver.
17. Dallas (20) (1-1): The Cowboys have won four of their last five against Washington, who they face on national TV Monday night. 18. Jacksonville (15) (1-1): The Blaine Gabbert era officially starts for the Jags against the Panthers in Carolina. 19. Arizona (16) (1-1): Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt his 5-3 against Seattle.
20. Oakland (17) (1-1): RB Darren McFadden is doing it all for the Raiders, averaging 110 yards a game and leading team in receptions with eight for 77 yards and a TD.
21. Tennessee (27) (1-1): Matt Hasselbeck has a 94.2 passer rating, and he’s only been sacked twice this year22. Denver (28) (1-1): WR Eric Decker has been impressive in his second year, leading the Broncos with eight receptions for 166 yards and 2 TDs. 23. Cleveland (29) (1-1): RB Peyton Hillis is under the weather, but still expects to play on Sunday. 24. St. Louis (21) (0-2): Injuries and poor play have Rams facing the real possibility of 0-3 with Ravens coming to town. 25. San Francisco (22) (1-1): Niners still trying to figure out how they lost to Cowboys last week. 26. Cincinnati (23) (1-1): WR A.J. Green proving he’s the real deal – 11 rec. for 165 yards and 2 TDs.
27. Carolina (32) (0-2): Can Cam Newton throw for over 400 yards for a third straight week? It’s possible against porous Jags’ defense. 28. Minnesota (25) (0-2): Adrian Peterson has 814 yards rushing in eight games against the Lions, today’s opponent for the Vikings. 29. Seattle (26) (0-2): No Seahawks’ team in franchise history has started the season 0-2 and made the playoffs. 30. Miami (30) (0-2): The Dolphins’ defense giving up a league-worst 483.5 yards per game. 31. Indianapolis (31) (0-2): QB Kerry Collins is 3-1 against the Steelers, Sunday’s opponent for Indy. 32. Kansas City (24) (0-2): Chiefs have only scored 10 points this season.