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After a wild Week 1, Dan Hanzus reveals his new NFL pecking order. The victorious Packers, Vikings and Ravens move into the top 10, while the Steelers and ...

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After a wild Week 1, Dan Hanzus reveals his new NFL pecking order. The victorious Packers, Vikings and Ravens move into the top 10, while the Steelers and Browns slide following ugly 2019 debuts.After a wild Week 1, Dan Hanzus reveals his new NFL pecking order. The victorious Packers, Vikings and Ravens move into the top 10, while the Steelers and Browns slide following ugly 2019 debuts.

NFL Power Rankings, Week 2: Packers, Vikings rise; Browns fall - NFL.com

The Patriots look better than ever. It might be a while before they lose a game this season.The Patriots look better than ever. It might be a while before they lose a game this season.

NFL Power Rankings: Patriots are set up for a big start

After an embarrasing loss to the Baltimore Ravens, according to reports, a number of unnamed players have requested a trade from the Miami Dolphins.After an embarrasing loss to the Baltimore Ravens, according to reports, a number of unnamed players have requested a trade from the Miami Dolphins.

Miami Dolphins leaders speak out against players requesting to be traded

Being a successful sports bettor is not about betting on the best team, but betting the best number. Week 2 is known for wild overreactions, so Jason Logan pumps the breaks on those strong feels and looks at the second slate of NFL odds with clear eyes for his "Bet Now/Bet Later" games.Being a successful sports bettor is not about betting on the best team, but betting the best number. Week 2 is known for wild overreactions, so Jason Logan pumps the breaks on those strong feels and looks at the second slate of NFL odds with clear eyes for his "Bet Now/Bet Later" games.

Bet Now/Bet Later NFL Week 2 odds: Over bettors should wait to attack the Packers

In this week's power rankings, we check in on the Patriots, Ravens, Titans, Raiders and Jaguars.In this week’s power rankings, we check in on the Patriots, Ravens, Titans, Raiders and Jaguars.

NFL Power Rankings, Week 1: Are the Raiders actually good?

“Coincidentally, Josh Gordon made his Pats debut against Miami last year. Played 22.7% of snaps; caught two balls for 32 yards. If Antonio Brown is active this Sunday, have to wonder if he'll see a similar workload. Risky WR3 even against the laughable Dolphins.”

Brad Evans on Twitter: "Coincidentally, Josh Gordon made his Pats debut against Miami last year. Played 22.7% of snaps; caught two balls for 32 yards. If Antonio Brown is active this Sunday, have to wonder if he'll see a similar workload. Risky WR3 even against the laughable Dolphins."

“Today, we broadcast @AcuraFlorida from 1-3pm. While they last, I’ll be giving away these beautiful @MiamiDolphins engraved 2/4’s. Great present for a #FinsUp fan. Come by 15601 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines.”

Orlando Alzugaray Jr on Twitter: "Today, we broadcast @AcuraFlorida from 1-3pm. While they last, I’ll be giving away these beautiful @MiamiDolphins engraved 2/4’s. Great present for a #FinsUp fan. Come by 15601 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines.… https://t.co/E4Xhr9CgXp"

“Patriots opened up as 18.5-point favorites over Dolphins on Sunday. Biggest regular-season favorites in NFL history: 1976 TB-PIT Steelers -27 1993 SF-CIN 49ers -24 1987 ATL-SF 49ers -23.5 1977 DAL-TB Cowboys -23 2007 NE-MIA Pats -22 1976 TB-NE Pats -21 2011 NE-IND Pats -20.5”

Gil Brandt on Twitter: "Patriots opened up as 18.5-point favorites over Dolphins on Sunday. Biggest regular-season favorites in NFL history: 1976 TB-PIT Steelers -27 1993 SF-CIN 49ers -24 1987 ATL-SF 49ers -23.5 1977 DAL-TB Cowboys -23 2007 NE-MIA Pats -22 1976 TB-NE Pats -21 2011 NE-IND Pats -20.5"

“The Patriots are currently as high as 19-point road favorites against the Dolphins in Week 2. This would be only the second time in 30 years that a road team is favored by more than 17 points.”

Ben Fawkes on Twitter: "The Patriots are currently as high as 19-point road favorites against the Dolphins in Week 2. This would be only the second time in 30 years that a road team is favored by more than 17 points."

The Patriots had one of the most dominant performances of Week 1. In Week 2, they'll add Antonio Brown to the mix.The Patriots had one of the most dominant performances of Week 1. In Week 2, they'll add Antonio Brown to the mix.

NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where all 32 teams stand going into Week 2 - Business Insider

Each week during the season, Washington Post NFL writer Mark Maske ranks the 32 teams. This week, the Patriots remain the no-doubt-about-it No. 1. The top of the rankings remains mostly unchanged after the opening weekend brought few significant upsets. The Bears and Browns fall out of the top 10 with losses. The Ravens and Packers crack the top 10. The Jaguars plummet after Nick Foles' injury. The Dolphins look like they might keep the No. 32 spot the rest of the way. 1. New England Patriots (1-0) | Last Week's Rank: 1 The defending champs dismantled the Steelers, and now here comes Antonio Brown. His arrival, depending on whether he accepts the ways of coach Bill Belichick and fits in with quarterback Tom Brady, could make the Patriots practically unbeatable and prompt flashbacks to 2007. Or it could unravel the season and threaten to end the dynasty for good, assuming that time eventually catches up to Brady. Brown is that talented, and he is that disruptive. 2. Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) | Last Week's Rank: 2 The loss of wide receiver Tyreek Hill hurts, but he should be back in a few weeks. Patrick Mahomes' 313-yard first half against the Jaguars showed he and the Chiefs are ready to pick up right where they left off in his MVP season. 3. New Orleans Saints (1-0) | Last Week's Rank: 3 They managed only three first-half points against the Texans and had another officiating mistake go against them. They nearly handed away the game with a roughing-the-kicker penalty on a missed extra point. But the Saints hung in there and the crunch-time greatness of Drew Brees, not to mention the long-range kicking of Wil Lutz, gave them a pulsating victory Monday night. 4. Los Angeles Rams (1-0) | Last Week's Rank: 4 Running back Todd Gurley probably put to rest some of the talk...

NFL power rankings, Week 2: Brown will make Patriots next to unbeatable or ruin them - seattlepi.com

It's going to be a long season in Miami. If there was ever any doubt that the Miami Dolphins would be one of the worst teams in football this season, Sunday'...It's going to be a long season in Miami. If there was ever any doubt that the Miami Dolphins would be one of the worst teams in football this season, Sunday's result should serve as a true indication of where this franchise is headed in the next few months. Following the team's 59-10 loss at home to...

Multiple Dolphins Players Reportedly Requested Trades After Demoralizing Loss

All the biggest losers from Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season.The biggest losers from Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season.

Biggest Losers From Week 1 of 2019 NFL Season

The biggest losers from Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season.

Biggest Losers From Week 1 of 2019 NFL Season

The Browns, Jets, Falcons, and Steelers all fell flat, and the Dolphins were stunningly bad.The Browns, Jets, Falcons, and Steelers all fell flat, and the Dolphins were stunningly bad.

For some NFL teams with big expectations, Week 1 was a dud - The Boston Globe

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and has crushed human experts on a consistent basis.  This model is up ove...The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and has crushed human experts on a consistent basis.  This model is up ove...

2019 NFL picks: Week 2 predictions from an advanced computer model - SportsLine.com

Dolphins coordinators Chad O’Shea and Patrick Graham look back on the Ravens debacle and look forward to the Patriots game. Dolphins coordinators Chad O’Shea and Patrick Graham look back on the Ravens debacle and look forward to the Patriots game.

What the Miami Dolphins’ coordinators said Tuesday - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL

“We'll be better. We'll get better.” - Brian Flores“We'll be better. We'll get better.” - Brian Flores

I Said It: Brian Flores Focused On Improving This Team