2022 NFL Power Rankings Week 4: Dolphins and Eagles take top spots

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18. Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans finally got their first win of the season, knocking off the Las Vegas Raiders in the battle of 0-2 teams. It wasn’t easy though as the Raiders scored nine points in the final quarter to pull within two points. However, Derek Carr’s two-point conversion pass attempt was deflected and they were sent back to Vegas with the loss.

After securing the No. 1 seed in the AFC last year, the Titans have been a major disappointment. They lost to the Giants in Week 1 on a two-point conversion (so hey, it shows growth that they stopped one this time) and were blown out 41-7 by the Bills in Week 2.

They can turn things around though with a four-game stretch of winnable games as they play Indianapolis, Washington, Indy again, and then Houston.

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17. Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert injured his ribs in the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2 and it remained an issue in Week 3. He was listed as questionable all week but the Los Angeles Chargers still started him against the Jacksonville Jaguars and he had a couple of turnovers that helped the road team secure a huge upset win.

In addition to Herbert’s turnovers, the ground game was non-existent for the Bolts. As a team, they had 26 yards on 12 rushing attempts — with Austin Ekeler gaining just five yards on four attempts.

Their defense was also unable to get a single sack on Trevor Lawrence who had three touchdown passes and no interceptions while the ground game put up 151 yards against them. For the past few seasons, L.A. has been a team expected to make a run but they continue to be a disappointment. If they don’t turn it around soon, that will again be the case in 2022.