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?

Miami Dolphins, Tyreek Hill
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14. New York Jets (1-2)

We have come a long way from that adrenaline rush of Week 1's victory over the Buffalo Bills. The New York Jets are sorely missing Aaron Rodgers, and Zach Wilson looks like he is a JV quarterback taking on the NFL's best on a weekly basis.

New York put up just 171 total yards of offense against the division rival New England Patriots, and wound up losing a snooze fest of a game, 15-10. Zach Wilson looked just as he has to start the season; incapable and unprepared for this level of competition. The Jets went 2-for-14 on third downs and struggled moving the ball all afternoon.

13. Tennessee Titans (1-2)

A season once filled with hope prior to Week 1, this year has not gone well for the Tennessee Titans. Throughout training camp, we heard a lot about how Ryan Tannehill felt as good as ever, and even youthful. Getting a weapon like DeAndre Hopkins was supposed to count as the missing piece in Tennessee, but as they're off to a 1-2 start, they need much more.

Tannehill finished with net 68 passing yards in Week 3 versus the Cleveland Browns, and he was sacked five times. The Titans got away from Derrick Henry, running him just 11 times for a total of 20 yards. Next week, the Titans take on Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals.