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Week 2 Target Watch: AFC (Rotoworld) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Chet Gresham takes you through all the targets and touches for Week 2 in the AFC. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Shutdown Corner NFL Power Rankings: So who should be No. 1? (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) 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
 
Chargers RB Mathews has sprained MCL in right knee (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee and will be out for an undetermined amount of time. Mathews was taken off the field on a cart Sunday after hurting his knee trying to recover his own fumble in the fourth quarter of a 30-21 victory against the Seattle Seahawks. The Chargers didn't say to what degree the ligament was injured, which would help narrow down how long Mathews is expected to be out. ''In all fairness to him and the training staff, everyone recovers differently,'' coach Mike McCoy said Monday. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Buffalo Bills far from perfect despite 2-0 start (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Coach Doug Marrone figures the unbeaten Buffalo Bills have much to prove before anyone starts paying them respect. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
Bears show they're not ready to be written off (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Chicago Bears aren't ready to be written off just yet. A stunning 28-20 victory over San Francisco on Sunday breathed life into the Bears after a dismal overtime loss at home to Buffalo loss to start the season. Chicago is 1-1 with some major momentum after pulling out a win against a top team on the road. ''It is kind of like when you think your girlfriend is about to break up with you, and then she changes her mind,'' tight end Martellus Bennett said. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 15
 
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