Staff Writer David Weinberg ranks all 32 NFL teams. Last week’s rankings in parentheses.

Biggest rise: Jacksonville 27th to 15th

Biggest fall: Cincinnati 17th to 26th

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1. Atlanta (1)

Tougher time with Bears than expected.

2. Green Bay (7)

Big win to open the season.

3. Oakland (3)

Derek Carr is back.

4. Pittsburgh (4)

Should not have been that close.

5. Kansas City (5)

Big Red is 8-3 vs. former assistants.

6. New England (6)

Last three times Patriots lost opener, they won Super Bowl.

7. Seattle (2)

Seahawks’ offense not exactly clicking.

8. Carolina (8)

Panthers got off to a good start.

9. Tampa Bay (9)

Hurricane Irma delayed Bucs’ opener.

10. Denver (10)

Broncos played well for three quarters.

11. Detroit (14)

Matthew Stafford is worth every penny.

12. Philadelphia (15)

Losing Ronald Darby, Caleb Sturgis will hurt.

13. Dallas (19)

Cowboys picked up where they left off.

14. Baltimore (21)

Defense is as good as ever.

15. Jacksonville (27)

Are the Jaguars for real?

16. Los Angeles Chargers (16)

Blocked field goal cost them at the end.

17. Houston (12)

Bounced back against Bengals.

18. New York Giants (11)

Giants have a lot of issues.

19. Minnesota (23)

Sammy didn’t need his sleeves to excel.

20. Miami (20)

Jay Cutler era starts now.

21. Arizona (13)

Losing David Johnson is huge.

22. Buffalo (28)

Jordan Matthews had two receptions for 61 yards.

23. Los Angeles Rams (29)

Coach Sean McVay barely old enough to celebrate win.

24. Tennessee (18)

Already in must-win situation.

25. Washington (22)

Kirk Cousins had little help against Eagles.

26. Cincinnati (17)

Offense has yet to score a touchdown.

27. New Orleans (24)

Adrian Peterson’s not happy.

28. Indianapolis (25)

Chuck Pagano already on hot seat.

29. Chicago (26)

Rookie Tarek Cohen exciting Bears fans.

30. San Francisco (30)

Brian Hoyer is not the answer.

31. Cleveland (31)

The Browns are really not that bad.

32. New York Jets

They really are that bad.

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Twitter @PressACWeinberg

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DWeinberg@pressofac.com

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Member of The Press sports staff since 1986, starting my 25th season as The Press Eagles' beat writer. Also cover boxing, MMA, golf, high school sports and everything else.

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