NFL Power Rankings: pre-Week 2 Edition
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AFC South, 1-0
Marcus Mariota couldn’t have dreamed of a better debut outing. He missed on only three of his passing attempts and tossed four touchdowns. It’s safe to say that the Titans are in better hands right now (quite literally) than the team they embarrassed on Sunday.
Don’t look now, but the Titans currently lead the AFC South after the Colts, Jaguars and Texans all lost in Week 1. Should they beat the Browns (and they should), the Texans will enter their Week 3 home game against the Colts undefeated and ready to make a statement. All of a sudden, Andrew Luck has a capable opposing quarterback that he will be facing twice every season for the foreseeable future.
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