NFL Power Rankings Week 2: Latest 2016 Standings and Reaction for All 32 Teams

September 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The first week of the 2016 NFL regular season is a thing of the past. The action ended with a pair of Monday night games—the Washington Redskins hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the San Francisco 49ers hosted the Los Angeles Rams.
With Monday's games complete, we've now had the opportunity to see all 32 teams in action. The season is still young, but we have our first tangible taste of these squads in 2016.
Some things went as expected in Week 1. The Steelers offense is still explosive, even without Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant. The Denver Broncos defense looks good enough to make the team a playoff contender with Trevor Siemian at quarterback.
There were some surprises in the first week of action, though. The Philadelphia Eagles and rookie quarterback Carson Wentz look like they can compete in the NFC East after all. The 49ers crushed the Rams on Monday night, which could mean San Francisco is better than expected or L.A. is worse than we thought—the ...

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