NFL Power Rankings: pre-Week 2 Edition

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1-0. Cincinnati Bengals. 12. player. 56. <p>Tyler Eifert is knocking on the door to become an elite tight end. Against the Raiders, he converted nine receptions into 104 yards and two scores. Any and all memories of Jermaine Gresham in Cincy have fallen by the wayside as the third-year pro continues to ascend.</p> <p>The Bengals are tied with the Ravens for the lead in the AFC North, and that’s going to be a familiar theme this season. It’s pretty likely that the two AFC powerhouses will both be undefeated when the Bengals travel to Baltimore for a Week 3 date.</p>. AFC North

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