Welcome to week two of the NFL Fun Power Rankings, where we judge teams on how exciting they are to watch, rather than the number in the 'W' column. In week one the Kansas City Chiefs stormed straight to the top spot after Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill tore apart the San Diego Chargers. After Mahomes' stunning six-touchdown display against the Steelers on Sunday, can anyone challenge them this week?

Welcome to week two of the NFL Fun Power Rankings, where we judge teams on how exciting they are to watch, rather than the number in the 'W' column. In week one the Kansas City Chiefs stormed straight to the top spot after Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill tore apart the San Diego Chargers. After Mahomes' stunning six-touchdown display against the Steelers on Sunday, can anyone challenge them this week?

Khalil Mack once again put on the sort of havoc-wreaking show the Chicago Bears envisioned when they traded for the superstar pass rusher. Mack had one of six sacks against Russell Wilson, Prince Amukamara returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown and the Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-17 Monday night to give coach Matt Nagy his first career victory.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Dak Prescott wasn't much into Cam Newton comparisons when the subject came up before his Dallas Cowboys faced the star quarterback of the Carolina Panthers in the opener. And that was before Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry

The Houston Texans committed mistake after mistake in their loss to Tennessee. Now they must figure out a way to fix these problems, so they don't fall into a 0-3 hole when they meet the New York Giants on Sunday. ''That's probably the biggest thing,'' coach Bill O'Brien said.

The problem for the New York Giants is the start is the same. Coach Pat Shurmur tried to downplay it Monday, less than 24 hours after the Giants put in a dismal performance in a 20-13 debacle against the Cowboys (1-1) in Dallas. The game was so bad, it brought up memories of last year's 0-5 start and 3-13 record, something Giants fans never thought would happen this soon with all the changes general manager Dave Gettleman and Shurmur made.

The New York Giants lost miserably to the Dallas Cowboys, 20-13, on Sunday in Arlington, Texas, an event that provided ample opportunity to see the distressed and pained facial reactions of Giants quarterback Eli Manning as he was sacked multiple times

Taking down the New York Giants 20-13 last night on their home turf of AT&T Stadium, the Dallas Cowboys had a very good Sunday. Not only did the big draw Lone Star State team score their first win of the new NFL season but quarterback Dak Prescott snagged a new career record with a 64-yard touchdown wining pass. All of which meant it was not such a good night for Eli Manning and the Giants with their second loss of the season.

Dak Prescott was the first quarterback to get a good look at the Dallas defense this year - every day during training camp in California. Eli Manning might now agree with his counterpart that this unit can lead the Cowboys in 2018. The two-time Super Bowl winner from the New York Giants was sacked six times in a second straight strong performance from the Dallas defenders, and the Cowboys avoided their first 0-2 start in seven seasons under coach Jason Garrett with a 20-13 win on Sunday night.

Right about now, that might sound like a great thing for the Oakland Raiders because the last time an NFL franchise started 0-3 and made the playoffs, it was the 1998 season – making this season the 20th anniversary of a Buffalo Bills team that dug itself out of a deep, impossible hole.

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