1. ‘Slow News Day’: The Texans Are Wasting Deshaun Watson, Plus Celebrating Lamar Jackson  The Ringer
  2. The Patriots top Stephen A.'s Week 1 NFL Power Rankings | First Take  ESPN
  3. NFL Power Rankings, Week 1: Wait, are the Raiders actually good?  For The Win
  4. Yes, multiple players already want out of Miami  Yahoo Sports
  5. NFL Week 2 Power Rankings: Patriots back at No. 1, Ravens climb into top 10, Jaguars take big tumble  CBS Sports
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Kevin Clark covers the slow news of the NFL Week 1 including how the Miami Dolphins are tanking the right wayKevin Clark covers the slow news of the NFL Week 1 including how the Miami Dolphins are tanking the right way

‘Slow News Day’: The Texans Are Wasting Deshaun Watson, Plus Celebrating Lamar Jackson - The Ringer

The NFL season is underway, and our panel is in the mood to hand out some hardware. Check out our Week 1 MVPs in the first power rankings of the year.The NFL season is underway, and our panel is in the mood to hand out some hardware. Check out our Week 1 MVPs in the first power rankings of the year.

NFL Power Rankings Week 2: Naming Week 1 MVPs for each team - Sportsnet.ca

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?

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

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

““Not bad for a running back.” @Lj_era8 is your AFC Offensive Player of the Week ‼️”

Baltimore Ravens on Twitter: "“Not bad for a running back.” @Lj_era8 is your AFC Offensive Player of the Week ‼️… "

“"You want to ask about him, you can call his employer." - #Raiders coach Jon Gruden, when asked if the team knew anything "at all" about the "lawsuit" aimed at Antonio Brown, whose new employer is the @Patriots.”

Paul Gutierrez on Twitter: ""You want to ask about him, you can call his employer." - #Raiders coach Jon Gruden, when asked if the team knew anything "at all" about the "lawsuit" aimed at Antonio Brown, whose new employer is the @Patriots."

“It will be weeks, and more likely months, before the lawsuit accusing Antonio Brown of rape and sexual assault is resolved. Which means the NFL, and the Patriots, are stuck with this never-ending sideshow. https://t.co/CUUoglY7NE”

Nancy Armour on Twitter: "It will be weeks, and more likely months, before the lawsuit accusing Antonio Brown of rape and sexual assault is resolved. Which means the NFL, and the Patriots, are stuck with this never-ending sideshow. https://t.co/CUUoglY7NE"

“NFL week one in the books. Observations: 1/ #Patriots are better than last year already. More diverse offensively, defense is top five. If AB works out, they become borderline unbeatable.”

Mike Greenberg on Twitter: "NFL week one in the books. Observations: 1/ #Patriots are better than last year already. More diverse offensively, defense is top five. If AB works out, they become borderline unbeatable."

Ben Rasa is back to give out his FREE NFL Picks against the spread, & discuss some NFL Odds and NFL lines heading into Week 2.Ben Rasa is back to give out his FREE NFL Picks against the spread, & discuss some NFL Odds and NFL lines heading into Week 2.

Free NFL Picks Againts the Spread, NFL Odds, NFL Lines, Vegas, Week 2

If you entered a survivor pool this year, there is a good chance you survived Week 1. Money line favorites finished the week with an 11-3-1 record. The biggest favorite to lose was the Cleveland Browns, who kicked off at -235. Other favorites to lose were the New York Jets (-166) and Chicago Bears (-152). […]If you entered a survivor pool this year, there is a good chance you survived Week 1. Money line favorites finished the week with an 11-3-1 record. The biggest favorite to lose was the Cleveland Browns, who kicked off at -235. Other favorites to lose were the New York Jets (-166) and Chicago Bears (-152). […]

NFL Survivor Pool Advice: Week 2 (2019) | BettingPros

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

TeamRankings helps inform your Week 2 NFL picks with advice and strategy tips on which favorites and underdogs, including the Lions, Bills, and Broncos, you should be taking a second look at in your confidence and pick 'em pools.TeamRankings helps inform your Week 2 NFL picks with advice and strategy tips on which favorites and underdogs, including the Lions, Bills, and Broncos, you should be taking a second look at in your confidence and pick 'em pools.

Expert Week 2 NFL Picks: Tips, Advice for Confidence, Pick 'em pools | Sporting News Canada

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

week twoWhat a week! Football is back and in full force. Be careful not to overreact to week one results, as the usually tend to not last more than a few weeks, but  Some things you seen Sun

Regular season power ranking #2 | purplePTSD.com

It made a stir on Sunday night. It's been confirmed on Tuesday morning. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald echoes and elaborates on our report that multiple Dolphins players already have asked their agents to find a new team for them. As Salguero explains it, players were surprised by a defensiveIt made a stir on Sunday night. It's been confirmed on Tuesday morning. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald echoes and elaborates on our report that multiple Dolphins players already have asked their agents to find a new team for them. As Salguero explains it, players were surprised by a defensive

Yes, multiple players already want out of Miami

Hot Takedown checks in on the first week of NFL action and a baseball player who may have been the opposite of “clutch.”Hot Takedown checks in on the first week of NFL action and a baseball player who may have been the opposite of “clutch.”

We’re Not Overreacting After Week 1 In The NFL | FiveThirtyEight

Hot Takedown checks in on the first week of NFL action and a baseball player who may have been the opposite of “clutch.”Hot Takedown checks in on the first week of NFL action and a baseball player who may have been the opposite of “clutch.”

We’re Not Overreacting After Week 1 In The NFL | FiveThirtyEight

Breaking down how the Ravens offense was successful against the Dolphins. Anthony Averett has the help to replace Jimmy Smith. Pro Football Focus names Mark Andrews the top tight end in Week 1.Breaking down how the Ravens offense was successful against the Dolphins. Anthony Averett has the help to replace Jimmy Smith. Pro Football Focus names Mark Andrews the top tight end in Week 1.

Late for Work 9/11: Ravens Make Big Jump in Power Rankings