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Football ManiaxsSenior Writer IOctober 22, 2016

The top three teams from last week’s rankings all went down, causing a major shake-up this week. Three new teams enter the top five for the first time this season, and we also have some minor changes at the bottom as well. Dallas and Minnesota both avoided that dreaded 0-3 start, while the Bears and Chiefs continue their hot starts at 3-0...

Kansas City Chiefs: Though they haven’t beaten any dominant teams, 3-0 is nothing to shake a stick at. We’ll get a true measure of this team in the two weeks following their bye in Week Four as they face the Colts and Texans, both on the road.

 

 

New York Giants: After an impressive opening week, the Giants have fallen flat on their face the past two weeks. They need to get on track this week against the Bears if they have hopes of competing for the NFC East.

 

Seattle Seahawks: Pete Carroll has to be pleased with his teams’ 2-1 start. Call me crazy, but with their relatively soft schedule, they have a legitimate chance to not only make the playoffs, but could possibly even host a first round playoff game...

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