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NFL power rankings:
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0), Previous ranking: 2:
It's no surprise that Gronk is doing well. But this well? Especially compared to where he was a year ago -- shaking off rust
after being away from football and entering a system not known for using the tight end extensively in the passing game. He has
caught four touchdown passes in two games; and going back to the Super Bowl last season, he has six TDs in his past three
contests. Most importantly, he made it through a 16-game regular season last year, plus four postseason games, without injury.
Even better? The Bucs' opponent this week, the Rams, are giving up a 67% completion rate to tight ends, so there is opportunity
for this to continue.
2. Los Angeles Rams (2-0), Previous ranking: 4:
Kupp is no stranger to fantasy rosters, but his production through two games has exceeded expectation. With quarterback
Matthew Stafford, Kupp has produced back-to-back games of more than 100 receiving yards and already has three receiving
touchdowns, as many as he had in all of 2020. Kupp has quickly become Stafford's go-to target on explosive plays, and their
relationship is only in its infancy, so it's sure to grow as the season evolves.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (1-1), Previous ranking: 1:
What Pringle lacks in volume (three catches), he has made up for in impact (23-yard average per reception, including a 40-yard
TD). Pringle is the steadiest of the Chiefs' wide receivers, not including Tyreek Hill. Pringle doesn't have the upside of
Mecole Hardman or Demarcus Robinson but is a good route runner who is always where he is supposed to be and has reliable
4. San Francisco 49ers (2-0), Previous ranking: 7:
It's not really a surprise that Samuel is productive. It's more surprising just how productive he has been through the
first two weeks. Samuel has 282 receiving yards, which is the third most by any 49er through two weeks in franchise history.
On a team that has other dynamic pass-catchers such as tight end George Kittle and wideout Brandon Aiyuk, Samuel has established
himself as Jimmy Garoppolo's favorite target. And after an offseason spent working on strengthening his body to stay healthier,
there's little reason to believe Samuel is going to slow down much so long as his good health continues.
5. Buffalo Bills (1-1), Previous ranking: 5:
The Bills' offense finished 20th in rushing yards per game in 2020 (107.7). The offense becoming more balanced this season
would be big for the team going forward. Thus far, Singletary has shown that he is up to the task. While his 46-yard
touchdown run versus the Dolphins was his first score of the year, he is already one TD away from matching his career
high in rushing scores for a season. Singletary also is averaging 6.42 yards per carry -- fourth most among league
running backs. He has stepped into the role of starting running back and should continue to have significant opportunities.
College football rankings:
1. Alabama Crimson Tide (3-0):
It wasn't pretty near the end, but Alabama did what it had to in order to get out of the Swamp alive. The Crimson Tide beat
Florida 31-29 in a nail-biter of a game that exposed some of the Tide's flaws, whether it was a porous defense, a lackluster
offensive line or undisciplined play that resulted in far too many penalties. Perhaps most troubling was the front seven,
which wore down in the second half and struggled to stop the run. With Ole Miss' high-tempo attack coming to Tuscaloosa in
two weeks, coach Nick Saban and defensive coordinator Pete Golding have a lot of work to do.
2. Georgia Bulldogs (3-0):
A week ago, it was Stetson Bennett tying a school record with five touchdown passes in a 56-7 rout of UAB. On Saturday,
it was JT Daniels' time, as the Dawgs' starting quarterback returned to the lineup and passed for 303 yards and three
touchdowns to lead Georgia to a 40-13 romp over South Carolina. Bennett did make an appearance late in the first quarter
(after Daniels had thrown a touchdown pass on the previous possession) and was intercepted. It was Daniels' show from there,
along with a menacing Georgia defense, as the Dawgs won their SEC opener with ease.
3. Iowa Hawkeyes (3-0):
When Iowa's offense shows up, the Hawkeyes are a playoff contender. They gained 440 yards and put up 30 points on Kent
State, and that was more than enough for an Iowa defense that sacked Golden Flashes quarterback Dustin Crum seven times
(Lukas Van Ness and Joe Evans led the way with two each). With Iowa up 16-7 in the third quarter, Riley Moss recovered a
Bryan Bradford fumble in the Iowa end zone. That was the last time KSU threatened. Tyler Goodson rushed for 153 yards, and
with one touchdown in each quarter, Iowa cruised.
4. Oregon Ducks (3-0):
It took some time for the Ducks to pull away from Stony Brook, but they'll happily take a 48-7 win to
wrap up the nonconference schedule undefeated. Starting QB Anthony Brown completed 14 of 18 passes for
159 yards with a TD before coach Mario Cristobal was able to get important game reps for both Ty Thompson
(6-for-9, 82 yards, 2 TDs) and Jay Butterfield (2-for-3, 22 yards). After giving up a 75-yard touchdown
drive in the first quarter, the Oregon defense settled down and allowed just 169 yards the rest of the way.
5. Penn State Nittany Lions (3-0):
Few teams have been tested through the first three games more than the Nittany Lions, who own one-score wins over both
Wisconsin (road) and Auburn (home). Quarterback Sean Clifford had only four incomplete passes on 32 attempts and repeatedly
found electric wide receiver Jahan Dotson, the best player on the field against Auburn (78 receiving yards and a touchdown,
22-yard pass, 16-yard punt return). PSU's defense struggled at times with Tank Bigsby and the Auburn run game, but Temple
transfer Arnold Ebiketie continued to spark the unit with five tackles and three quarterback hurries.
MLB power rankings:
1. Los Angeles Dodgers, Record: 97-55, Previous ranking: 2:
Cody Bellinger's nightmare season took another dark turn on Tuesday, when the Dodgers placed the 2019 NL MVP on the injured
list with what the team called a left rib fracture. Bellinger's season might be over. If it is, it would end with an unsightly
.159/.237/.291 slash line through 337 plate appearances. Luckily for the Dodgers, new left fielder Gavin Lux finally seems to
have his swing back, and AJ Pollock returned from the IL on Wednesday. But Chris Taylor, who was platooning with Bellinger
in center, is still battling a neck injury.
2. San Francisco Giants, Record: 99-53, Previous ranking: 1:
There have been 24 instances since the start of August when the Dodgers have won a game and have not been able to gain any
ground on the Giants in the NL West. Another Dodgers division title has long seemed inevitable, given the overwhelming talent
on their roster. But the Giants just keep winning and only seem to be growing stronger as October nears. Tuesday marked their
40th comeback win this season, the most in the NL.
3. Tampa Bay Rays, Record: 94-59, Previous ranking: 3:
Tampa Bay, in first place in the AL East, continues to prepare for the postseason, with Wander Franco nearing his return from
the injured list. While the organization has its mind set on success in the present, the Rays are always looking toward the
future: Shane Baz threw five innings with two runs allowed and five strikeouts in his major league debut.
4. Milwaukee Brewers, Record: 91-61, Previous ranking: 4:
Like the White Sox in the AL, the Brewers have been a little slow to ignite the clinching celebration. But that's about to
come. The more important news is that righty Freddy Peralta is looking more and more like himself after a short stint on the
IL. He has given up just three runs -- and that came against the hottest team in baseball, the Cardinals -- over his past 12
innings, spanning two starts. He should fit nicely as the Brewers' No. 3 starter, behind Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff,
in the postseason. Getting Willy Adames back from an injury might be the final piece of prep work for the Brewers. They are
near full strength now.
5. Houston Astros, Record: 91-61, Previous ranking: 5:
It's been nearly a month since Alex Bregman came off the IL after missing more than two months with a quad strain. It's
been a solid return, as he has hit .333/.409/.481 over 22 games with three homers and 17 RBIs. The lack of homers
continues to be a theme from Bregman's line during the shortened 2020 season, when he went deep just six times in 42 games.
Overall, after Bregman clubbed a career-high 41 homers in 2019, he has since averaged 21 long balls per 162 games played.
Given that much of the damage Bregman has done during his playoff career has come via the home run, Houston would really
like to see him show an uptick in power between now and the end of the regular season.
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