AFC Power Rankings: Patriots Lead the Pack Entering Week 4

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<p>I’m giving the Titans the benefit of the doubt here. They were a two-point conversion away from forcing overtime and taking hold of the AFC South lead, but it just wasn’t in the cards for Marcus Mariota to defeat Andrew Luck in their first encounter.</p> <p>Kendall Wright continued his impressive start to 2015 in Week 3. He snagged seven balls for just under 100 yards (he had 95) and a touchdown. Clearly, Mariota trusts the fourth-year Baylor product quite a bit.</p> <p>The Titans are going to need that Mariota-Wright connection to work early and often against the Bills this upcoming Sunday to keep pace with the AFC South field.</p>. AFC South. 1-2. Tennessee Titans. 10. player. 35

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