NFL Power Rankings: Week One Movers

Geno Smith went 23/30 for 320 yards, 2 TDs and no picks against the @Lions.

His passer rating was 132.6 – the highest of week 4 and the third highest score in a single game this season.

Find out how where the #Seahawks rank this week.

#SeahawksNation
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/the-playbook-nfl-power-rankings-2022/

A tough away fixture awaits #THFC this evening, who face a strong #Frankfurt team fresh from a victory over league leaders Union Berlin.

Their average positioning against Arsenal on Saturday (below) was incredibly deep. They’ll have to be braver tonight.

#SGETOT | #UCL

His defending has come under fire, but check this out.

Trent Alexander-Arnold is by far the most active #LFC player when it comes to both attacking involvement and in the buildup.

A trade-off Jürgen Klopp is content to make. ⬇️

#LIVRAN | #UCL

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The #49ers closed out a dramatic week 4 in the #NFL with an impressive victory over the #Rams last night. Both are on the move in this week’s Power Rankings.

Find out who’s up and who’s down. ⤵️

#FTTB #RamsHouse
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/the-playbook-nfl-power-rankings-2022/

✅ Pjanić & Manolas to @SharjahFC
✅ Yarmolenko to @alainfcae_en
✅ Allan to @AlWahdaFCC
✅ Denayer to @Shabab_AlAhliFC

A crazy summer of transfer moves means that this year’s @AGLeague_EN title race will be more exciting than ever. ⤵️

#ADNOCProLeague
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/uae-pro-league-massive-signings-add-excitement-to-new-season/

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After one exciting week of NFL football, there is already plenty to digest in our NFL Power Rankings.

The first game of the year saw the Buffalo Bills throttle the defending Super Bowl Champions, LA Rams in Los Angeles which landed the Bills top seed after week 1 of the rankings. Josh Allen put in a clinical passing display, while a solid defense makes Buffalo look like an early runaway choice for representing the AFC in Super Bowl LVII.

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 08: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills rolls out to pass against the Los Angeles Rams during the 2022 NFL season opening game at SoFi Stadium on September 08, 2022 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Some other big movers include the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings. The Dolphins got their first win under new head coach Mike McDaniel and looked good in doing so against divisional rivals New England Patriots. The partnership between Tua Tagovailoa (270 passing yards) and Tyreek Hill (94 rec yards) already looks like a match made in heaven.

The Vikings also got their first win with a new head coach and did so in dominating fashion against the NFC’s number 1 seed last year in Green Bay Packers.

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – SEPTEMBER 11: Tyreek Hill #10 of the Miami Dolphins carries the ball against Jonathan Jones #31 of the New England Patriots during the first half at Hard Rock Stadium on September 11, 2022 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Megan Briggs/Getty Images)

On the flip side, three 2021 playoff teams started in disappointing fashion.

The Patriots looked incapable of making plays on offense against the Dolphins and may struggle to repeat their play performance last year.

The San Francisco 49ers and first-year starting QB, Trey Lance lost a close game to the Chicago Bears in difficult weather conditions, but may still have some promise in the young QB. He leads in both passing (164 yards) and rushing (54 yards) for the 9ers.

CHICAGO, IL – SEPTEMBER 11: Trey Lance #5 of the San Francisco 49ers ushes the game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on September 11, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the 49ers 19-10. (Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images)

On Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys were the only team to fail to score a touchdown in week 1 while losing 19-3. To add insult to injury (literally), their star Quarterback, Dak Prescott broke his hand and will be out for several weeks.

The Chargers head to Kansas City for Thursday Night Football as the second week of an already pulsating NFL campaign draws in.

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Geno Smith went 23/30 for 320 yards, 2 TDs and no picks against the @Lions.

His passer rating was 132.6 – the highest of week 4 and the third highest score in a single game this season.

Find out how where the #Seahawks rank this week.

#SeahawksNation
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/the-playbook-nfl-power-rankings-2022/

A tough away fixture awaits #THFC this evening, who face a strong #Frankfurt team fresh from a victory over league leaders Union Berlin.

Their average positioning against Arsenal on Saturday (below) was incredibly deep. They’ll have to be braver tonight.

#SGETOT | #UCL

His defending has come under fire, but check this out.

Trent Alexander-Arnold is by far the most active #LFC player when it comes to both attacking involvement and in the buildup.

A trade-off Jürgen Klopp is content to make. ⬇️

#LIVRAN | #UCL

2

🆕 NFL Power Rankings: 𝙪𝙥𝙙𝙖𝙩𝙚𝙙

The #49ers closed out a dramatic week 4 in the #NFL with an impressive victory over the #Rams last night. Both are on the move in this week’s Power Rankings.

Find out who’s up and who’s down. ⤵️

#FTTB #RamsHouse
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/the-playbook-nfl-power-rankings-2022/

✅ Pjanić & Manolas to @SharjahFC
✅ Yarmolenko to @alainfcae_en
✅ Allan to @AlWahdaFCC
✅ Denayer to @Shabab_AlAhliFC

A crazy summer of transfer moves means that this year’s @AGLeague_EN title race will be more exciting than ever. ⤵️

#ADNOCProLeague
https://thegeniusplaybook.com/uae-pro-league-massive-signings-add-excitement-to-new-season/

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