DK’s Tower of Power

1. New England (3-0) … Who’s gonna beat them? 

2. Kansas City (3-0) … What a difference a franchise QB makes. 

3. Dallas (3-0) … Opponents are a combined 1-8, but they got the W’s. 

4. L.A. Rams (3-0) … I thought all Super Bowl losers faded away the next season.

5. Baltimore (2-1) … Beware of this team in January.

6. Green Bay (3-0) … Where did this defense come from?

7. New Orleans (2-1) … Proved they can win a big game without Brees.

8. Seattle (2-1) … Better get back that home-field dominance or they’ll drop quickly.

9. Chicago (2-1) … If Trubisky plays like he did Monday … 

10. Buffalo (3-0) … We’ll find out if they’re for real this Sunday.

11. San Francisco (3-0) … Able to overcome five turnovers and win.  

12. Houston (2-1) … Not 100% sold on this team, but the division is wide open.

13. Minnesota (2-1) … Up one week, down the next.

14. Indianapolis (2-1) … Could be the surprise team so far without Luck.

15. Detroit (2-0-1) … What?! Undefeated Lions? 

16. Atlanta (1-2) … See line 13.

17. Philadelphia (1-2) … Better get going or they’ll never catch the Cowboys.

18. L.A. Chargers (1-2) … Will they ever get off to a good start?

19. Cleveland (1-2) … “The Browns are who we thought they were.”  

20. Tampa Bay (1-2) … Poor Bruce Arians can’t catch a break. 

21. Jacksonville (1-2) … Trade me! No, I’ll play. Now I’m sick.

22. Tennessee (1-2) … Stuck in mediocrity.

23. Carolina (1-2) … Is Kyle Allen the future of this franchise? 

24. N.Y. Giants (1-2) … At least for now, Daniel Jones (Charlotte Latin HS) has NYC excited.

25. Oakland (1-2) … Oh, the poor Gruden family.

26. Pittsburgh (0-3) … Fans can’t wait for hockey season to start.

27. Washington (0-3) … Is Daniel Snyder the worst owner in the history of sports?

28. Denver (0-3) … Is John Elway the worst GM in the NFL?

29. Cincinnati (0-3) … Yeah, it was all Marvin Lewis’ fault.

30. Arizona (0-2-1) … Run for your life Kyler!

31. N.Y. Jets (0-3) … Where would New York sports be without the Yankees?

32. Miami (0-3) … As I’ve said before, at least it’s south Florida.