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Waiver Wire: Week 3 (Rotoworld) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
A devastating week of injuries has the Waiver Wire on fire. Adam Levitan gives recommendations on 30 players to consider adding to your squad. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 16
 
Stock Up, Stock Down: Week 2 (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
Raymond Summerlin takes a looks at which players' value rose and fell after Week 2's games Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Shutdown Corner NFL Power Rankings: So who should be No. 1? (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
If you knew nothing about the NFL before Sept. 4, were dropped in and watched the first two weeks and had to determine the best team in the NFL just off that, the answer would be easy. It's the Cincinnati Bengals. It's not particularly close, either. In Week 1, the Bengals played very well in a road win against the Ravens. Four days later, the Ravens looked phenomenal against the Steelers. The Falcons couldn't be stopped against the Saints in a Week 1 win. Then Atlanta played Cincinnati, and the Falcons didn't score until deep into the fourth quarter when the game's result was not in doubt anymore. Also, the Bengals won that game without their best player, receiver A.J. Green, who left early with a toe injury. The Bengals' defense looks like one of the best in the NFL. The offense has a lot of playmakers. They have been dominant in both games. So are they the best team in the NFL? I'll explain here: I don't do these power rankings in a one- or two-game vacuum. If you want something that ranks teams in exact order of their win-loss record, this link has the only power rankings you'll need. It's not always that easy. I don't think 2-0 Houston would beat 0-2 New Orleans on a neutral field, and I doubt you do either. Similarly, I'm not quite ready to buy into Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis being the leaders of the best team in the NFL. But they're creeping up. A few more dominant weeks like the first one, and they'll be in the discussion. They've clearly moved into the small group of teams that is clearly good enough to be called a Super Bowl contender. But I don't think they should be No. 1. So who is, after the 49ers' loss? Let's go to the post-Week 2 power rankings. 32. Oakland Raiders (0-2, LW: 30) They're likely going to be underdogs in each of their last 14 games. It's hard to figure out how Dennis Allen saves his job. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Packers defense back on track after rough start (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Coach Mike McCarthy and defensive coordinator Dom Capers believe the Green Bay Packers defense is headed in the right direction, and not just because there was no other way to go after its struggles against the defending Super Bowl champions in the season opener. The unit gave up 398 yards - including 207 on the ground - to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL kickoff game, then helped put the Packers in an 18-point hole in Sunday's 31-24 come-from-behind victory over the New York Jets at Lambeau Field by surrendering touchdowns on the first three series. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Timeout fiasco latest in Jets' great gaffes (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
The trending topics on Twitter in New York were a clear sign that something went epically wrong for the Jets. Moments after New York's 34-21 loss to Green Bay on Sunday, social media was buzzing about the Jets' timeout call that wiped out a tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg were trending topics. Jets fans might not want to relive these, so grab the antacids and here's a look at some of the more infamous on-field gaffes in team history: THE TIMEOUT (Sept. 14, 2014): With the Jets trailing by a touchdown, they faced a fourth-and-4 from the Packers 36. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
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