NFL Power Rankings – Week 3: A Shake up in Top 10

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53. The Cleveland Browns remain at number 30 in the NFL Power Rankings for week 2. They went on the road and lost 24-10 to AFC North rivals the Baltimore Ravens. Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer struggled with migraine headaches during the game and had to subbed out for Kevin Hogan. Both quarterback combined for 1 TD pass and 4 interceptions. Kizer threw 3 of them. Coming up in week 3 the Browns go on the road to take on the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts are also 0-2, so there’s an opportunity for the Browns.. Lost to Ravens 24-10. Previous: . Cleveland Browns. 30. team

Previous: . Chicago Bears. 29. team. 57. The Bears remain at number 29 in the NFL Power Rankings for this week. Things went from bad to worse for the Chicago Bears in week 2. They go from nearly beating the Atlanta Falcons in week 1, to being blown out by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road 29-7. Quarterback Mike Glennon struggled in his return to Tampa, throwing 2 interceptions including a pick six. The Bears couldn’t run the ball either, gaining just 20 yards on the ground. The Bears had 4 turnovers in total and didn’t give their defense much chance to compete against the Buccaneers offense. The Bears return home to take on the 2-0 Pittsburgh Steelers in week 3.. Lost to Buccaneers 29-7