Gleason’s NFL Power Rankings: Week 2
Kevin Gleason’s NFL Power Rankings
Published: 9:30 AM – 09/11/14
Last updated: 9:45 AM – 09/11/14
1. Seattle Seahawks (1-0): I can’t remember when a team looked so prepared to repeat.
2. San Francisco 49ers (1-0): The season starts as it ended, with Seattle/San Fran the top cheap cialis online canadian pharmacy two teams.
3. Denver Broncos (1-0): The much-improved defense didn’t have much of a second half against Indy.
4. Atlanta Falcons (1-0): You beat a Saints team that many people picked for the Super Bowl, you get cialis once a day
5. Arizona Cardinals (1-0): These guys have a certain toughness that could give the Giants fits on Sunday.
6. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0): Jacksonville wasn’t going to hang on to the 17-0 lead once Nick Foles started hanging on to the football.
7. Miami Dolphins (1-0): Knowshon Moreno knows how to beat the Pats — with 358 yards rushing the last two times facing them.
8. Detroit Lions (1-0): Beating the Giants might be the start of a big season in Detroit.
9. Carolina Panthers (1-0): Not bad for a quarterback (Derek Anderson) making his first start in four years, though the Bucs weren’t lovely in their debut under Lovie (Smith).
10. New Orleans Saints (0-1): Allowing Matty Ryan’s team-record 448 yards passing is no way to start that Super Bowl run.
11. Tennessee Titans (1-0): They changed their offense and defense from last year, then pharmacy online dominated the Chiefs in the opener.
12. Cincinnati Bengals (1-0): They almost blew a 15-0 halftime lead to the Ravens.
13. Indianapolis Colts (0-1): Welcome back, Reggie taking viagra and cialis together Wayne (nine catches, 98 yards).
14. New England Patriots (0-1): “We need to do a better job than we did today (against Miami); it’s as simple as that.” Well said, Bill Belichick.
15. San Diego Chargers (0-1): Tough late-game loss to Arizona after leading by 11 entering the fourth.
16. Green Bay Packers (0-1): You just don’t see teams make Aaron Rodgers look as bad as Seattle did.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0): They almost blew a 24-point halftime lead to the Browns.
18. Kansas City Chiefs (0-1): KC’s picking up canadian pharmacy right where it left off last season.
19. Buffalo Bills (1-0): Definition of a good week in Buffalo — big win over Da Bears followed by news of team staying in WNY following sale.
20. Minnesota Vikings (1-0): A 28-point win in St. Louis despite Adrian Peterson gaining just 75 yards on 21 carries.
21. Houston Texans (1-0): Obviously a tough break losing Jadeveon Clowney for at least a month, but Houston has recorded 50 percent of its 2013 win total.
22. Baltimore Ravens (0-1): What’s with the home crowd booing Joe Flacco, who gave them a Super Bowl title two seasons ago.
23. Jets (1-0): They looked the worst of all the opening-week winners, but a lot of good signs nonetheless.
24. Chicago Bears (0-1): The Bills are expected to be improved, but that’s a terrible loss for Chicago.
25. Dallas Cowboys (0-1): The good news is that they were the second best team in their division on opening week.
26. Giants (0-1): The good news is that there are 15 games left.
27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1): For all the criticism of their viagra24 online pharmacy play, they did lose by six to a very good Panthers team.
28. Cleveland Browns (0-1): Some thought Browns, down 24 to adipex online pharmacy Pitt at the half, were a bad possession from replacing Brian Hoyer with Johnny Manziel.
29. St. Louis Rams (0-1): A 28-point home loss to Minnesota? Ouch.
30. Washington Redskins (0-1): I missed it, did RG3 blame the 11-point loss to cordarone Houston on Mike Shanahan?
31. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1): Suggestion for Jags’ new motto — “We aren’t as lousy as last year.”
32. Oakland Raiders (0-1): Looking like another awful football season in Oakland.
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