14 here: https://amp.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001058649/article/nfl-power-rankings-week-4-bills-49ers-hit-top-10-eagles-dive?networkId=4595&site=.news&zone=story&zoneUrl=url%3Dstory&zoneKeys=s1%3Dstory&env=&pageKeyValues=prtnr%3Dpower-rankings%3Bteam%3Dmia%3Bteam%3Ddet%3Bconf%3Dafc%3Bconf%3Dnfc%3Bdvsn%3Dace%3Bdvsn%3Dncn%3Bplyr%3Dcalais_campbell%3Bplyr%3Dmatthew_ryan%3Bplyr%3Djoseph_flacco&p.ct=Power+Rankings&p.adsm=true&p.tcm=%23666666&p.bgc1m=%23EAEAEA&sr=amp
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Last Week: 21
Week 3 Result: Won at Philadelphia 27-24
Maybe it’s time we started paying attention to the Detroit Lions.
After stunning the Eagles 27-24 in Philadelphia, the Lions remain unbeaten and sit just half a game back of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North. Were it not for a late collapse in Arizona in Week 1, the Lions would be sitting at a perfect 3-0.
The Detroit Lions.
Detroit didn’t exactly pile up the style points in the win. Matthew Stafford barely broke 200 passing yards, and the Lions averaged just 3.1 yards per carry. But the Lions defense forced a pair of turnovers, and Detroit got a special teams score on the first kickoff return touchdown of the 2019 season.
“I’m still not sure how good the Lions are,” Davenport said, “but Sunday’s win over the Eagles is Detroit’s second straight over a team that made the playoffs in 2018. We won’t have to wait long to find out, though—the Lions host the Kansas City Chiefs next week and then head to Lambeau to face the Packers.”
“Maybe, the Lions are actually…good? Well, they’re certainly better than expected with a 2-0-1 record,” Sobleski added. “Back-to-back victories over quality opponents in the Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles signal a highly competitive roster. If not for a second-half collapse against the Arizona Cardinals to open the season, the question mark regarding how good Detroit is would have turned into a declarative statement.”