6. PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2-1 ⇓
Last Week: 2nd
The lone bright spot in this one would have to be Antonio Brown — 12 catches for 140 yards. However, losing to Philly and only scoring a field goal on the day has dropped them out of the Top 3.
7. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 2-1 ⇑
Last Week: 12th
What more can you say about 6 INT’s and 2 fumble recoveries? Chiefs fans will tell you about it as they absolutely dominated the Jets this past week. TE Travis Kelce lead the receiving column with 6 receptions and 89 yards and a TD.
8. DALLAS COWBOYS 2-1 ⇑
Last Week: 16th
Let the boys play. Ending the game with a QB rating of 123.6, Dak Prescott had some continued success in Week 3 while fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott by way of Ohio State amassed 160 all purpose yards touching the ball 30 times on the ground and 2 more times through the air.
9. BALTIMORE RAVENS 3-0 ⇑
Last Week: 14th
The Ravens have showed up when it counts late in the game. As a result, the Ravens sit atop the AFC North for now but the high-powered Oakland Raiders are coming to town in Week 4. Both of these defenses may not be the cream of the crop so expect a shootout on Sunday.
10. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 3-0 ⇑
Last Week: 17th
Philly has cracked the Top 10, and rightfully so. It would have been very easy to even toss this team into a Top 7 position with the way have been playing. Having an early bye week could prove detrimental to a team on a hot-streak, but whose to say it couldn’t put them in position to take off in Week 5 in Detroit? We’ll be watching, Eagles fans.
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