32. Giants (Previous: 31): Little to like about Monday’s performance … unless you’re excited about DL Leonard Williams exceeding his 2019 sack total (half-sack).



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31. Jets (27): Little to like about Sunday’s performance … except Marcus Maye (10 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 pass break-ups). NYJ might pay a safety after all.



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30. Browns (16): No team in AFC scored fewer points this weekend or surrendered more. That type of discrepancy just doesn’t square with Cleveland’s talent.



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29. Panthers (30): We know you’re a hotshot play caller, Joe Brady, but why are you calling FB Alex Armah’s number (not Christian McCaffrey’s) in crunch time?



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28. Bengals (26): QB Joe Burrow’s numbers Sunday weren’t great – nor was his mustache – but playing a legit D like the Bolts didn’t look too big for him.



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27. Dolphins (25): First impression of 2020? They’re a lot better at making videos which address social injustice than they are at playing football.



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26. Jaguars (32): Nineteen of 20, including three TD passes, while engineering Week 1 upset? Why would you want anything but Minshew Mania in #DUUUVAL?



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25. Eagles (18): Somehow managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory at Washington, a defeat that could very well haunt Philly remainder of season.



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24. Washington (29): Forced to move on from RB Derrius Guice and choosing to cut Peterson, WFT had to overcome committee that averaged 2.2 yards per carry.



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21. Raiders (24): RB Josh Jacobs’ three-TD effort keyed first NFL win in Las Vegas history … though Jon Gruden’s Walter Payton comp was a bit much.



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20. Colts (7): When you’re adjusting to a new quarterback (Philip Rivers), maybe it shouldn’t be stunning to lose your opener on road. But losing RB Marlon Mack was a rude shock.



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19. Texans (19): Somebody in league’s scheduling office hates them. After opening at K.C., Houston draws the Ravens, Steelers and Vikings in succession.



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18. Chargers (22): Did you notice all 12 of Casey Hayward’s tackles Sunday were of the solo variety? That’s a crazy stat for a guy who plays cornerback.



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17. Falcons (13): QB Matt Ryan threw for league-high 450 yards Sunday and overtook John Elway for ninth in all-time passing yards … though Elway has more ice.



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16. Broncos (15): Even without OLB Von Miller, Denver may actually live or die with a defense that should make a jump in second year under Vic Fangio.



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15. Cowboys (11): Uninspiring Hollywood performance also included loss of two important supporting actors (LB Leighton Vander Esch, TE Blake Jarwin).



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14. Rams (23): DL Aaron Donald recorded a sack Sunday, something he’d done in Week 1 only one other time … way back in 2015, when he was a St. Louis Ram.



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13. Vikings (14): If you can’t apply pressure, young corners will get burned … to tune of most points (43) Minnesota has allowed under Mike Zimmer.



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11. Buccaneers (8): Welp, they’re not paying for this. Tom Brady, who’s thrown a pick-six in three straight games, on pace to break Jameis Winston’s single-season record (7 in 2019).



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10. Patriots (17): Lot of worry about state of their revamped defense – which allowed 269 yards Sunday, better than the 275.9 average last year’s top-ranked crew permitted.



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9. 49ers (4): One of the big surprises from opening weekend? San Francisco is all alone in NFC West basement … while hoping TE George Kittle gets better.



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8. Cardinals (21): Yes, QB Kyler Murray could be on track for big sophomore year. But Arizona’s defense deserves ample credit for knocking off Niners.



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7. Titans (5): If former first-round WR Corey Davis, whose fifth-year option was declined, is going to be this productive, offense could be tough to handle.



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6. Seahawks (12): Sure seems they’ve got a pretty good plan to deploy newly acquired all-pro S Jamal Adams (12 tackles, sack), who was all over Atlanta.



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4. Steelers (6): Big Ben is back … meaning WR JuJu Smith-Schuster is back … and it doesn’t appear that intimidating defense has gone anywhere.



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3. Saints (3): Glass half-full – they won with almost nothing from (injured) WR Michael Thomas. Glass half-empty – it might be that way for a while.



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2. Ravens (2): They’ve scored at least 38 points in seven of last 17 regular-season outings. And it seems QB Lamar Jackson’s command of offense is only expanding.



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1. Chiefs (1): May as well just keep them parked here for a minute – QB Patrick Mahomes has never lost a start in September nor thown an INT before October.



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