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DoubleGSports.com Week 1 NFL Power Rankings

by Gregg Snyder | Posted on Thursday, September 4th, 2014

The DoubleGSports.com staff was asked to compile their own NFL Power Rankings. After the votes were counted, the official DoubleGSports.com NFL Power Rankings have been revealed. The staff will continue to do this each week throughout the season.  Share your opinions in the comments section.

 

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Rank

Team

Thoughts

1

Seattle Seahawks

Still the best team in football.

2

Denver Broncos

Manning and offense run this team but defense should be much improved.

3

New Orleans Saints

Could be scary good this season.

4

New England Patriots

Never count out Belichick and Brady. Gronk ready to go.

5

San Francisco 49ers

Will they fall off seems to be the question. Lots of distractions.

6

Green Bay Packers

Offensive and defensive lines the only question marks.

7

Philadelphia Eagles

Will Foles suffer major drop-off? Should they trade Mark Sanchez to Rams?

8

Chicago Bears

Cutler has plenty of weapons, can he capitalize?

9

Indianapolis Colts

Trent Richardson is the key here on offense.

10

Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton’s ribs. How will that change this team?

11

Kansas City Chiefs

Offensive line is banged up.

12

Cincinnati Bengals

Mohammed Sanu to start for injured Jones. This team will rise quickly.

13

San Diego Chargers

If secondary hangs in, could be a surprise team.

14

Baltimore Ravens

Where will running game come from?

15

Atlanta Falcons

Ryan has receiving threats back but is defense good enough?

16

Detroit Lions

Will results ever match roster potential?

17

Pittsburgh Steelers

Team looks ok, but that’s the problem, just ok.

18

Arizona Cardinals

Offensive potential. Defensive question marks.

19

Miami Dolphins

Looks like an average team.

20

New York Jets

Geno’s development is key but do they have anyone to cover opposing WR’s?

21

Houston Texans

Watt & Clowney put fear in QB’s but how will offense perform?

22

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Does anyone know what to truly expect?

23

St. Louis Rams

Shaun Hill may not be as bad as many think.

24

Minnesota Vikings

Matt Cassell. Really? When do we see Teddy Bridgewater take over?

25

New York Giants

Major concerns on both sides of ball.

26

Tennessee Titans

Jake Locker’s preseason was encouraging. Bishop Sankey for ROY?

27

 Washington Redskins  Offense needs to lean on running game as RGIII does not look good.

28

 Dallas Cowboys  Offense should be one of best. Defense is down-right awful.

29

Buffalo Bills

Just not ready on offense. Injury to Kiko Alonso hurts D.

30

Oakland Raiders

Rookie QB Derek Carr won job over Matt Schaub.

31

Cleveland Browns

Hoyer or Manziel. It wouldn’t make a difference. Offense is bad.

32

Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles should be starting QB. Until then….

 

Writers participating: Gregg Snyder, Matthew Sox, Sam Mines

 

 

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