NFL power rankings Week 3: comparing with Elliot Harrison

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Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West. 1-1. Kansas City Chiefs. 11. player. 124. <p><strong>Harrison: 6</strong></p> <p>Like he did with the Bills, Harrison has the Chiefs too high. They lost badly to the Broncos last week, and it left a bad taste in my mouth. No. 11 isn’t too shabby for these guys at this point in the year.</p> <p>Without a doubt, Marcus Peters is the best corner in the 2015 draft class. Through two games, he’s broken up a total of seven throws, intercepted two passes (returned one for a touchdown) and recorded 12 combined tackles. When Sean Smith returns to the lineup, the Chiefs will have one of the best starting cornerback duos in the league.</p> <p>Yes, Jamaal Charles lost the game for the Chiefs when he committed that costly fumble, but considering all the good he’s done for the franchise, Chiefs fans shouldn’t berate the “LeBron of football” too much. He’ll bounce back next week and have a good game, no doubt.</p>

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