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NFL Week 2 Power Rankings: The Atlanta Falcons Are a Top 10 NFL Team

10. Green Bay Packers (debut)

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Jordan Love, welcome to the NFL. So far it looks like the Packers have done it again, while the Bears are still trapped in QB hell. Love has been impressive to say the least, although he only has 396 in 2 games, he has 6 TD's and 0 INT's to show for it. Aside from Love, the Packers offensive line has been an absolute unit, only allowing 2 sacks all season and creating hole big enough to fit my pecker through it. Just kidding you don't much of a hole for my junk to fit but you get the point. The Packers look dangerous.

9. Atlanta Falcons (debut)

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The Falcons finally did it! They closed out a game at home! That has to be the first time in 10 years where the Atlanta Falcons actually closed out at home, maybe this is a sign of things to come? I've been more than impressed with rookie running back Bijan Robinson, he's better in real life than in Madden. His ability to cut on a dime and make defenders miss is like prime Berry Sanders this kid is special. The Falcons defense has been stellar they went from one of the worst units in the league to one of the best. If they can find a way to get a Kirk Cousins like QB they can make some serious noise in the NFC.

8. Jacksonville Jaguars (-2)

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It was a tough loss for Jacksonville but they put up a good fight against the reigning Super Bowl champs. However, not being able to score a single touchdown at home is concerning. Doug Pederson and Trevor Lawrence will be fine, there's too much fire power on that offense to lay another egg, but 3 FG's at home in what some called their "Super Bowl" is a huge let down, and the reason why I've moved them 3 spots back.

7. Buffalo Bills (debut)

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Welcome to the top 10 Buffalo. Even though I hate this team with all of my heart, they dog walked the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. After a 5 turnover performance in week 1, Josh Allen came back firing, throwing for 274 yards and 3 TD's while completing 84% of his passes. Hopefully this doesn't continue because as a fins fan I'd rather drink bleach than see Buffalo climb up my rankings. 

6. Baltimore Ravens (+2)

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Are the Ravens for real? Writing about this team after betting against them in my "game of the year" makes me sick. I can't tell if the Bengals are absolute fucking dog shit or if the Ravens are real deal. Nevertheless this team is 2-0 and their offense looks explosive. I told everyone before the season started that Zay Flowers would be the number 1 wide receiver in Baltimore and I was right. Broward county doesn't breed bust they breed studs, and Zay Flowers is definitely a stud. Aside from their high powered offense their defense has been elite through two weeks. The Ravens are showing us again that even when we rule them out they will always be in the hunt.

5. Kansas City Chiefs (debut)

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Welcome to the top 10 Kansas City. I knew it was only a matter of time before these guys made their way back into my top 10, I just couldn't do it after week 1. I know we usually talk about Patrick Mahomes when we talk about the Kansas City Chiefs, but it's really been their defense through these 2 weeks that have impressed me the most. The Chiefs defense has only given up 15 PPG. Now just imagine how good they'll be when Patty and the boys wake up on offense.

4. Philadelphia Eagles (-)

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If I were to choose a second team to root for it'd be the Birds. I love everything about this team. They should build a statue of Howie Roseman outside of the Linc for building a roster this deep. Their ability to run the ball down everyones throat is a lost art in todays game and I love it. Deandre Swift looked amazing against Minnesota and if they keep running for 178 YPG this team is going to be almost impossible to beat.

3. Dallas Cowboys (-)

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It's only a matter of time. Yes, the Cowboys have looked amazing but they always look good early in the season, just like my Miami Dolphins. The Cowboys have dick down their two opponents by a combined score of 70-10. Regardless of who've they have played 70-10 in the NFL is insane. Micah Parsons has to be on drugs, there is just no way in hell you can be that good sober. The NFL needs to drug test him immediately!

2. Miami Dolphins (-)

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Miami has the Dolphins! LETS FUCKING GO!!! What do you know? The Miami Dolphins are in first place in the AFC East after two weeks. I'm going to try and stay level headed because this isn't my first rodeo. The Dolphins always start hot and then somehow, someway they find a way to break my heart. This offense is special, and it's all because of head coach Mike McDaniel. Mike's play designs are the best in the NFL, he's years ahead of 99% of the coaches in the NFL. Whether your a Dolphins fan or not the Fins are must watch TV, and one of the best teams in the NFL.

1. San Francisco 49ers (-)

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The 49ers are a certified juggernaut. CMC looks reborn, and if he keeps running like he is now, the 49ers should run away with the NFC. Kyle Shanahan shows week in and week out why he is one of the best head coaches in the NFL; just when you think you have him, he's already one step ahead. Also, if you look ahead at the 49ers' next two games: vs. Giants, vs. Cardinals. Odds are they'll be 4-0, getting ready to play the Dallas Cowboys at home for the game of the week.