Which teams are up and which teams are down after two weeks of NFL action? The DraftKings social team compiled their own power rankings below. Hit us up on Twitter (@DraftKings) with your thoughts!


NFL Week 3 Power Rankings

Rank@gbillings12@joshhandszer@wrobbieh
1SteelersSteelersPatriots
2PatriotsPanthersSteelers
3PanthersPatriotsBroncos
4BroncosBroncosPanthers
5VikingsCardinalsVikings
6CardinalsTexansCardinals
7PackersGiantsTexans
8BengalsVikingsPackers
9GiantsPackersGiants
10RaidersBengalsRaiders
11SeahawksChiefsRams
12EaglesEaglesSeahawks
13CowboysRaidersFalcons
14RavensJets49ers
15JetsRavensEagles
16FalconsFalconsBengals
17ChiefsCowboysCowboys
18ChargersSeahawksJets
19TexansTitansRavens
20BuccaneersLionsChiefs
21LionsChargersChargers
22SaintsBuccaneersTitans
23RedskinsColtsBills
24ColtsDolphinsJaguars
25RamsJaguarsBuccaneers
26TitansSaintsLions
27JaguarsRedskinsRedskins
28BearsRamsSaints
2949ersBillsColts
30BillsBearsDolphins
31Dolphins49ersBrowns
32BrownsBrownsBears
DK Social's NFL Power Rankings


ANALYSIS

Graham on the Pittsburgh Steelers (#1):

“The Pittsburgh Steelers have found a way to have the most explosive offense in the NFL even without Bell and Bryant. With Williams carrying the team on his back at 31 years of age, this offense doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.”

Josh on the New York Giants (#7):

“Big Blue is off to its first 2-0 start since the 2009 season, and the stability of its expensive defense has been the reason for that. New additions Olivier Vernon, Damon Harrison and Janoris Jenkins have been dominant on defense, and rookie wide receiver Sterling Shepard has impressed with 160 yards and a touchdown in his first two games. Once Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. get rolling, expect the Giants to continue to rise.”

Rob on the Denver Broncos (#3):

“The repeating Super Bowl Champions might not have the same firepower on offense as Broncos teams of the past, but what they lack in offensive scoring they make up for with their defensive scoring – seriously. The Broncos appear to be the real deal, and as long as they minimize their defensive injuries they should be a strong contender to repeat as champions. It all comes down to Trevor Siemian.”