2017 Power Rankings - Week 3

Rank (LW) Logo Team Record Rating Comment
1 (1) ANC 2-0 N/A Anchorage can lay claim that they are the only undefeated team that has scored at least 100 points every week. The Ice Knights are making all the right moves pulling off a trade for Jason Witten who scored 25 points and picking up the Ravens D who scored 18 points.
2 (5) DEN 2-0 N/A Denver was the highest scoring team in week 2. Their 1-2 punch of Aaron Rodgers and C.J. Anderson was good enough to beat the entire Bombers team. Kelce contributed 26 points of his own and Matt Bryant continues to have the best season for kickers with a 14 point week.
3 (3) TB 2-0 N/A The Blizzard are undefeated to start the season with each win by 3 points. This time Ebron saved the day going for 15 points, despite being shutout in week 1. It was a rough day on the ground for Tampa Bay's running backs combining for 46 yards rushing on 22 carries.
4 (2) SH 1-1 N/A The Hooligans just didn't have enough to beat Tampa Bay, losing by 3 points. In a game that saw two Lions decide their fate, Ebron did just a little bit better than Prater. Their kicker did hit a 56 yard field with a doink off the crossbar. Fournette was one rush from getting a bonus and Cooper and Randolph one catch away as well.
5 (8) ND 1-1 N/A The Nimrods are one of the three teams to score over 100 points in the first two weeks. North Dakota had a very reliable start from everyone with their lowest point of 9 points coming from their tight end and kicker. Derek Carr was the highest scorer with only 29 points.
6 (4) LA 1-1 N/A The Bombers went to the penthouse to the odd house. After enjoying a 158 point week, they didn't even put up half that amount with 69 points. Kareem Hunt still found success to lead LA but it was a 32 point drop off. Jameis Winston played for the first time and netted just 16 points.
7 (6) DET 1-1 N/A The Devils luck may have hit the wall losing by 5 points. Detroit was one receiving yard from Davante Adams from picking up a bonus. Zach Ertz was 3 receiving yards away and Mike Evans was 7 receiving yards away. Elliott and McCaffrey were also 1 reception away from forcing overtime.
8 (9) SF 1-1 N/A San Francisco picked up their first victory of the year. The Rattlesnakes had a huge day from Gronk, who led the team with 27 points. Le'Veon Bell has been slow out of the gates, but did manage to handle the rock 31 times. Cam Newton continues to struggle and didn't find the endzone.
9 (11) ATL 0-2 N/A The Jesters are not used to being in this position, winless to start the year after two weeks. Atlanta would have won if it was not for Beckham. He was questionable all week and did play on Monday night but was not his normal self. His backup of Alshon Jeffery would have scored 20 points instead of 3.
10 (12) SD 1-1 N/A San Diego picked up their first victory of the year, and it was an ugly one. The Surge backfield is looking pretty stellar. Freeman and Gurley outscored their 34 point week from week 1 and went for 47 points. Kirk Cousins is struggling on the otherhand going for 13 and 14 point weeks.
11 (7) CHI 0-2 N/A The season isn't getting any easier for the Triumph. It was bad enough losing David Johnson for half the season. Now what? Greg Olsen is headed to the IR with a broken foot (scoring 1 point) and Rob Kelley left in the 2nd quarter (scoring 7 points) for his ribs. He was on his way to having a huge day too.
12 (10) FW 0-2 N/A Fort Wayne's season is esssentially over. Spencer Ware and Cameron Meredith were lost in the pre-season for the entire year. Jordy Nelson went down in the 1st quarter and didn't even make the stat line, Jimmy Graham has yet to score a point, and Brandin Cooks is not the next Randy Moss.

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