NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where Every Team Stands Going Into Week 4

The Seahawks and the Broncos played the best game of the NFL season so far, and it did little to convince us that they aren’t two best teams in the NFL.

Elsewhere at the top of our power rankings, the Chargers joined the top five and the Bears snuck into the top-10.

At the bottom of the power rankings, the Bucs and the Jaguars battled it out for the title of Worst Team In The NFL.

1. Seattle Seahawks (previously: 1st)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 26-20 OT win over Denver

One thing to know: Seattle's offensive line -- the biggest worry going into the season -- looks fine. They're 3rd in the league in yards per rush.

2. Denver Broncos (previously: 2nd)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 26-20 OT loss to Seattle

One thing to know: Denver is quietly the third-worst rushing team in the league.

3. Cincinnati Bengals (previously: 3rd)

Record: 3-0

Week 3 result: 33-7 win over Tennessee

One thing to know: We're going to learn a ton about this team when they face New England in Foxboro in Week 5.

4. New England Patriots (previously: 4th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 16-9 win over Oakland

One thing to know: The offence is more of a question mark than the defence, which is the exact opposite of where they have been it in years past.

5. San Diego Chargers (previously: 9th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 22-10 win over Buffalo

One thing to know: San Diego's three opponents are a combined 6-0 against everyone else.

6. Philadelphia Eagles (previously: 7th)

Record: 3-0

Week 3 result: 37-34 win over Washington

One thing to know: They finished the Washington game without five of their top six offensive linemen, and still put up 37 points.

7. Arizona Cardinals (previously: 8th)

Record: 3-0

Week 3 result: 23-14 win over San Francisco

One thing to know: The defence has withstood a lot of attrition, but the loss of Antonio Cromartie will really test the secondary.

8. San Francisco 49ers (previously: 5th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 23-14 loss to Arizona

One thing to know: The 49ers have yet to score in the fourth quarter this year.

9. Chicago Bears (previously: 11th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 27-19 win over New York jets

One thing to know: Rookie defensive back Kyle Fuller is one of the steals of the NFL Draft. He has three INTs in three career games.

10. New Orleans Saints (previously: 12th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 20-9 win over Minnesota

One thing to know: They have a great chance to get back over .500 with games against Dallas and Tampa Bay coming up.

11. Atlanta Falcons (previously: 15th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 56-14 win over Tampa Bay

One thing to know: The Bucs were borderline comatose in Week 3, so maybe we shouldn't take away a ton from this one.

12. Detroit Lions (previously: 17th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 17-9 win over Green Bay

One thing to know: Detroit's secondary was widely considered their biggest weakness coming into the year. They have held Aaron Rodgers, Eli Manning, and Cam Newton to 11.6 points per game.

13. Baltimore Ravens (previously: 18th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 23-21 win over Cleveland

One thing to know: Steve Smith is averaging nearly five yards per catch more than he did in Carolina last year.

14. Green Bay Packers (previously: 6th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 19-7 loss to Detroit

One thing to know: They desperately need Byran Bulaga back to sure up the offensive line.

15. Indianapolis Colts (previously: 16th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 44-17 win over Jacksonville

One thing to know: The Jags' offensive line was the perfect remedy for a Colts defence that has trouble getting to the passer. They sacked Chad Henne three times before Blake Bortles came in.

16. Carolina Panthers (previously: 10th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 37-19 loss to Pittsburgh

One thing to know: Both running backs, Deangelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, are hurt. That's brutal for a team that needs to run the ball to score.

17. Buffalo Bills (previously: 13th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 22-10 loss to San Diego

One thing to know: E.J. Manuel is 32nd out of 35 eligible players in total QBR.

18. Pittsburgh Steelers (previously: 23rd)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 37-19 win over Carolina

One thing to know: Pittsburgh has the best rushing attack in the league, based on yards per rush.

19. Dallas Cowboys (previously: 21st)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 34-31 win over St. Louis

One thing to know: The win is great, but it's probably not a good sign that they gave up 448 yards to a St. Louis team that struggled to score on the Bucs and the Vikings.

20. Houston Texans (previously: 14th)

Record: 2-1

Week 3 result: 30-17 loss to New York Giants

One thing to know: Considering Arian Foster's nagging injuries in 2013, being listed as 'day to day' with a hamstring injury is an ominous sign.

21. Miami Dolphins (previously: 19th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 35-14 loss to Kansas City

One thing to know: Ryan Tannehill is barely completing 55% of his passes and he has the same number of turnovers as touchdowns.

22. Washington Redskins (previously: 27th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 37-34 loss to Philadelphia

One thing to know: Kirk Cousins gets the headlines, but the defensive front is quietly really good ... as long as they aren't cheap shotting Nick Foles.

23. New York Jets (previously: 20th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 27-19 loss to Chicago

One thing to know: The calls for Geno Smith's job are growing louder from Jets writers.

24. Kansas City Chiefs (previously: 26th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 35-14 win over Miami

One thing to know: Does any running back work in this offence? KC had 174 running yards, even without Jamaal Charles.

25. New York Giants (previously: 30th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 30-17 win over Houston

One thing to know: For just the fourth time in his last 19 games, Eli Manning didn't throw an interception.

26. Cleveland Browns (previously: 24th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 23-21 loss to Baltimore

One thing to know: Cleveland's three games have been decided by a total of seven points combined. They could be 3-0 or 0-3 or anywhere in between.

27. Minnesota Vikings (previously: 22nd)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 20-9 loss to New Orleans

One thing to know: The Teddy Bridgewater era is upon us.

28. Tennessee Titans (previously: 25th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 33-7 loss to Cincinnati

One thing to know: After only putting up 17 points in his last eight quarters, Jake Locker could miss Sunday's game with a wrist injury.

29. St. Louis Rams (previously: 28th)

Record: 1-2

Week 3 result: 34-31 loss to Dallas

One thing to know: The Rams were supposed to have one of the best defenses in the league. They have let up 30 points or more to Dallas and Minnesota.

30. Oakland Raiders (previously: 32nd)

Record: 0-3

Week 3 result: 16-9 loss to New England

One thing to know: The fact that they kept it close enough to get outraged about a late holding call is a positive sign after last week's demolition at the hands of Houston.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (previously: 31st)

Record: 0-3

Week 3 result: 44-17 loss to Indianapolis

One thing to know: They have been outscored 119-27 in the last 10 quarters.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (previously: 29th)

Record: 0-3

Week 3 result: 56-14 loss to Atlanta

One thing to know: Things aren't going to get better. Tampa has Pittsburgh, New Orleans, and Baltimore in the next three weeks.

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