A look at the best and worst pro football teams each week.
Each week during the season Athlon Sports looks at the best and worst football teams in the NFL. Here's our NFL Power Rankings following Week 2 of the season.
1. 49ers (2-0) Jim Harbaugh improving his postgame handshake.
2. Texans (2-0) Two-headed rushing attack too tough for Jaguars.
3. Falcons (2-0) Matt Ryan now has 27–4 record at Georgia Dome.
4. Packers (1-1) “Jay (Cutler) will throw us the ball,” says Woodson.
5. Steelers (1-1) Bounce back in style with blowout victory over Jets.
6. Eagles (2-0) Have two wins despite nine turnovers this season.
7. Ravens (1-1) Rookie Justin Tucker hits FGs of 56, 51 and 48 yards.
8. Broncos (1-1) Peyton Manning throws three INTs in first quarter.
9. Chargers (2-0) Retire Junior Seau’s No. 55 prior to shocking Titans.
10. Cardinals (2-0) Pull off upset of the week over heavily favored Pats.
11. Patriots (1-1) Aaron Hernandez injured; Kellen Winslow II signed.
12. Seahawks (1-1) Golden Tate block symbolic of Hawks win vs. Boys.
13. Cowboys (1-1) Felix Jones’ fumble may be his last as kick returner.
14. Giants (1-1) Tom Coughlin confronts Greg Schiano over last play.
15. Buccaneers (1-1) Knock down Giants’ Eli Manning in victory formation.
16. Lions (1-1) Megatron transformed into possession WR by 49ers.
17. Bears (1-1) Jay Cutler snaps on J’Marcus Webb in ugly defeat.
18. Panthers (1-1) Earn first win over NFC South rival Saints since 2009.
19. Jets (1-1) Pass defense struggles without All-Pro Darrelle Revis.
20. Rams (1-1) Cortland Finnegan baits Josh Morgan to draw flag.
21. Redskins (1-1) Josh Morgan loses cool, throws ball, costs Skins.
22. Bengals (1-1) Pacman Jones munches his way for 81-yard TD.
23. Bills (1-1) C.J. Spiller leads the NFL in rushing yards (292).
24. Colts (1-1) Andrew Luck, Chuck Pagano win Indy home debut.
25. Vikings (1-1) Defense can’t hold on in last-second loss to Colts.
26. Dolphins (1-1) Reggie Bush carries Ryan Tannehill to first career W.
27. Saints (0-2) Gregg Williams testimony not good for Vilma, Smith.
28. Titans (0-2) Lose ninth straight to Chargers, dating back to 1993.
29. Raiders (0-2) Silver-and-Bleak convert just 1-of-12 on third down.
30. Chiefs (0-2) Big day by Dwayne Bowe not enough to beat Bills.
31. Browns (0-2) Have lost 13 of last 16 against in-state rival Cincy.
32. Jaguars (0-2) Offense humiliated, gains franchise-low 117 yards.