AFC Power Rankings after Week 3

Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins are flying high after Week 3, but are they the best team in the AFC?

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Week 3 needs no introduction, especially after the beatdown we saw at the hands of Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins.

Let's get right into our Week 3 AFC Power Rankings.

*The Cincinnati Bengals have yet to play, will update following Monday night*

15. Denver Broncos (0-3)

If you were to write a script for an utterly disastrous, embarrassing and flat-out debilitating loss, the Denver Broncos followed it perfectly in Week 3. Taking on Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins, the Broncos saw things get out of hand in a hurry.

It seemed as though the Dolphins scored on every single drive, although they did have a couple that ended with no points. Denver's defense was rolled in this one, allowing 726 total yards and giving up 70 points, as the Broncos lost 70-20 in the end.

Through three weeks, the Broncos look like potentially the worst team in football. The organization traded their future for Russell Wilson and Sean Payton, and thus far, they have nothing to show for it -- literally. The Broncos are winless through Week 3, and next week they have a chance at the ultimate get-right game against the Chicago Bears, who are also 0-3 and fighting for that title of the worst team in football.