NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where all 32 teams stand going into Week 2Get the Full StoryJoe Robbins Getty ImagesWeek 1 of the NFL season is complete.
While there were some fun moments in the opening week — the Chiefs topping the Patriots, the Broncos and Chargers coming down to an iced field goal — it also provided plenty of blowouts and unfortunate injuries.
Heading into Week 2, we'll be without David Johnson and Eric Berry and still have no idea when Andrew Luck returns. The Seahawks and Giants will be facing seemingly big tests to see if their respective offenses have more juice than lackluster Week 1 performances showed.
Meanwhile, there will be some intriguing storylines to watch. Can the Packers continue a strong defensive showing against the explosive Falcons? Can the Jaguars really be a true ground-and-pound threat in the AFC South? Can the Texans settle on a quarterback?
Take a look at where every team stands heading into Week 2:32. New York Jets
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Last week: Lost to Buffalo Bills 21-12
This week: at Oakland Raiders
One thing to know: Unsurprisingly, the Jets had trouble moving the ball on offense in Week 1. Quarterback Josh McCown averaged just 4.8 yards per completion and had two interceptions and the running backs managed just 38 total yards on 15 carries for an average of 2.5 yards per rush.
31. San Francisco 49ers
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Last week: Lost to Carolina Panthers 23-3
This week: at Seattle Seahawks
One thing to know: While crowd size was a big issue in Los Angeles during Week 1, San Francisco didn’t have much of a fan base either. Given the team’s current construction and play, it’s not hard to see why.
30. Indianapolis Colts
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Last week: Lost to Los Angeles Rams 46-9
This week: vs. Arizona Cardinals
One thing to know: The Colts may turn to newcomer Jacoby Brissett at quarterback as Andrew Luck's return continues to be a mystery.
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