After two weeks of NFL football, we have a few answers and a ton of questions.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs look like they’re for real, but do they have what it takes to bring down the Patriots and Jaguars and take over as the top team in the AFC? Ryan Fitzpatrick isn’t a one-game wonder, but can he keep his hot streak going to a point where the Buccaneers let him stay in as the starter once Jameis Winston returns from suspension? The Bills are bad, but will they win a game this season?
We’ll learn the answers to these questions as we watch the rest of the season play out, but in the meantime, we’ve once again ranked every team in the league to give ourselves a better sense of how the season looks so far.
Check out where all 32 NFL teams stand heading into Week 3.
32. Buffalo Bills
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Last week: 32nd
Week 2 result: Lost to Chargers, 31-20
Week 3 opponent: at Minnesota Vikings
One thing to know: Things have gotten so bad in Buffalo that cornerback Vontae Davis quit and retired at halftime in Week 2. The Bills have been outscored by 55 points in two games.
31. Arizona Cardinals
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Last week: 31st
Week 2 result: Lost to the Rams, 34-0
Week 3 opponent: vs. Chicago Bears
One thing to know: Through two games, the Cardinals have scored just six points. How long will Arizona wait before seeing what they have in rookie Josh Rosen?
30. New York Giants
Last week: 24th
Week 2 result: Lost to the Cowboys, 20-13
Week 3 opponent: at Houston Texans
One thing to know: The Giants used the offseason to upgrade their offensive line, but it hasn’t appeared to help. Eli Manning has been sacked eight times in two games, rookie running back Saquon Barkley is averaging just 6.4 yards per reception, and there’s not nearly enough time to get Odell Beckham Jr. the ball.
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